William E. Ketchum III is a writer, commentator and producer who covers music, pop culture, race, culture, mental health and social justice. He is currently deputy editor at VIBE.
This weekend, Ludacris and Nelly will be the latest to battle on Instagram Live's Versuz series. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to reporter William E. Ketchum III about the popularity of the series.
The songwriter and storied music executive speaks on his extensive career.
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