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Shortly after The New York Times published their profile of Dupré, her single “Move Ya Body” set a record for how fast it commanded the top price on the music-download site AmieStreet.com, reaching the site’s maximum of US$0.98 per download in five hours. Another single, “What We Want”, was played more than 3 million times on the Internet after the scandal erupted. While some speculated that she may have earned as much as US$300,000 – US$1.4 million from download sales of her singles on Amie Street, others estimated her earnings at as low as US$13,720. Dupré’s music came to be featured in mash up YouTube videos, blending her tracks with those of established artists.
Dupré reportedly is now being represented by music manager Jerry Blair, who formerly worked for Mariah Carey, but Dupré cannot make money doing anything without first making a deal with federal prosecutors over potential charges related to her involvement in prostitution. Wiki
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