During the Atlantic records showcase, Shorty caught the eye of media executive Kevin Liles and was immediately signed to Atlantic Records.Shorty is most known for his 2008 summer anthem “Wah Wah Wow.” Despite released from Atlantic/Warner Bros Records in 2010 Shorty continues to crank out music for his fans.
As of 2015 Shorty can be heard on 93.9 WKYS in the DMV (DC/MD/VA).
Shorty soon realized his talents couldn’t be contained behind a mic and decided to step in front of the camera.
Though it's no big deal in most of the world, there are still some parts - e.g.
South Africa, the USA - where black-white ethnic relations are troubled and this trope actually comes into play.
He pursued opportunities in television, quickly landing the opportunity to act as a correspondent for BET’s 106 and Park and eventually securing the host slot.
Throughout his career in radio Shorty also chased his love of music.Kimberly Paigion Walker (born September 27, 1986), better known mononymously as Paigion, is an American actress, radio and television personality.She is best known as the one-fourth of the new set of hosts of BET's 106 & Park that began on October 1, 2012.Only when it is seen as a controversial mixed marriage and/or one of the lovers expresses an extra attraction to their partner's skin tone is the trope in effect.Just like European men and (south-)east Asian women can't get enough of each other, and Gentile guys and Jewish chicks go gaga over one another (or Jewish guys and Gentile chicks), so do black men and white women.Louis radio personality Shorty Da Prince, who is now a co-host on BET’s “106 & Park” program.