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Topic - Darren Howard
Even before Darren Howard entered the NFL, the defensive end had dreams of being in the music business. He was a DJ in high school and by the time he was in college, he had created a "rag-tag" recording studio in the basement of his home.
"The music business is funny. Some artists go 10, 15 years of making records before they ever recoup and make any money," Mr. Howard said. "The label can be the same, because they're depending on the artist. Hopefully it won't take that long."
"It's always been something I loved," Mr. Howard said. "I knew one day that I would transform to that."