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Mickey “MeMpHitz” Wright

Mickey “MeMpHitz” Wright, Jr, CEO of Do Work Enterprises, belongs to a brand new breed of creative music executives who have begun toestablish themselves on the horizon. Wright appreciates the ins and outs of
his profession that he has learned from a handful of great record men – among them Antonio ‘L.A.’ Reid, Jermaine Dupri, Clive Davis, and most recently, Barry Weiss. But what sets Wright apart is his ability to transcend those lessons, to build a foundation of entrepreneurship based on his own God-given talent – to spot the real-deal artist a mile away, and to hear a hit record before anyone else in the room. Born and raised in Memphis, Mickey Wright, Jr. (the middle of four brothers and one sister) avoided becoming a River City casualty for most of his childhood and teen years. He spent a short time at Shelby State Community College while working part-time at an electronics store but dreamed of something bigger. In 2002, MeMpHitz left Memphis for New York City. He enrolled at the Institute for Audio Research (IAR) in Greenwich Village, the beginning of an 18-month stint at the school. In 2003, MeMpH became and intern at Arista Records and began what would prove to be a stellar career. During his internship, he was befriended by Jermaine Dupri, who took a liking to his initiative. With his thick accent, they soon began calling him ‘Memphis,’ and he began to be integrated into the A&R system. He would soon learn the power of initiative and risk-taking.

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HiTz4Kidz is a non-profit organization that is focused on providing support, inspiration and assistance to children that are in need. HiTz4Kidz will accomplish this goal by working with families and organizations to provide career enriching opportunities that will positively impact young lives.

HiTz4Kidz foundation is founded by Mickey ‘MeMpHiTz’ Wright.  Mickey Wright is a native of Memphis and is currently the V.P of A&R for Jive Records and the CEO of Do Work Enterprises. Mickey’s difficult trials that he went through to get into the music business and his love for children drove him to start this foundation. His goal is to give children an opportunity that he wasn’t afforded as a youth. HiTz4Kidz wants to bring free year-round music education to underprivileged children worldwide. HiTz4Kidz works to improve the self-esteem and confidence of the students, while introducing them to the joy of music.

HiTz4Kidz not only brings quality music education to underprivileged children but we provide opportunities for children to improve their self-esteem and gain confidence while having fun and expressing themselves through music. By collaborating with area schools and businesses, HiTz4Kidz brings professionals to teach early childhood music classes, individual instrument lessons and ensemble programs that show children all aspects or the music business worldwide.


Of course one of the greatest reasons to donate to HiTz4Kidz is to help the less fortunate. If you have been blessed and love music then making a decision to donate to HiTz4Kidz can help you give a little back.



Studies show that children who participate in music develop more quickly – physically, mentally, emotionally and socially – than children who have not been exposed to music.  *Please Note* As a thank you gift for any donations above $50 dollars we will send you a DO WORK. Ent towel


  • boosts self-esteem and confidence;
  • improves basic math and reading abilities;
  • encourages positive social interaction and teamwork;
  • develops critical thinking skills;
  • helps in setting and achieving goals;
  • increases academic interest;
  • promotes positive self-expression;
  • sharpens memory and concentration;
  • strengthens listening skills;
  • builds responsibility and ownership

HiTz4Kidz is a licensed Tennessee/Georgia 501(c)(3) organization

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A small collection of clips & photos from MeMpHiTz, the host of “The Deal”, a rap music video show on BET that premiered on November 10, 2008.
It was the successor to nineteen year long Rap City.


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