Lord T is White. Really White. 

Maybe you know him as Lord Treadwell (that's him in the wig) or, for short, "Lord T" of Lord T & Eloise, the "aristocrunk" duo from Memphis.

But at Tulane University (Class of '00), Lord T was Cameron Mann. This "whitest of white-boy" rappers may have his college classmates "tripped out" -- according to Trina Beck, writing in The Newcomb-Tulane Collegian & Review — but one fellow Tulanian, Pierce Stacy of Independent Online Distribution Alliance, has a plan: global digital distribution.

IODA is a service that uploads music to pay-per-download websites, and for Lord T (& Eloise) that could mean one thing one day: world domination!

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