Funny man Nick Cannon and friends took over the Blue Cross arena in Rochester, New York. He brought out some of our favorite personalities from MTV’s “Wildin Out” including Justina Valentine, Conceited, Emmanuel Hudson, Rip Michaels, and more. The beautiful “Wildin Out” girls were actually real residents of Rochester who auditioned for the roles the day before.
The cast spit hilarious bars, trash talked, and battled it out during segments like “Pick Up and Kill It and “Let me Holla” just to name a few. Of course Dj D- wreck had to “cut the beat” one good time also. Cannon let cast members get their shine on by giving a few their very own stand up comedy set.
The classic “Family Reunion “ skit brought everyday people on stage from the crowd for their 15 seconds fame . Rip Michaels let off some bars then really snatched a woman’s wig off before running through the venue with it .
Rapper Rich homie Quan was the musical act for the evening. Performing some of hits like Some Type of Way , Lifestyle, Flex, he got the crowd even more lit . The night ended with a dope confetti drop that covered the entire arena as it fell from the ceiling.
Be on the lookout for Nick Cannon & Friends coming to a city near you.
DJ Khaled’s promotion for his new album ‘Father of Asahd’ is unmatched. He was making appearances all over NY to spread the word. This past Tuesday, Khaled premiered his new documentary ‘Father of Asahd’: The Album experience and sat down with Elliot Wilson for the CRWN series live at The Apollo.
Both the documentary and the interview is now available on Tidal. In the documentary, Khaled showcased his experiences curating the album featuring artists such as the late Nipsey Hussle, John Legend, Chris Brown, Big Sean, Lil Wayne, Lil Baby, Future, JAY-Z, Beyoncé, Buju Banton, Sizzla and many more! Khaled was very excited to release ‘Father of Asahd’. He feels that he puts his all into having the artists create quality music and also forms a deep connection some of them.
He especially has deep connections with reggae artists Buju Banton and Sizzla. He revealed to Elliot Wilson his experiences in Jamaica from when he was 13 years-old until now. He even calls himself Jamaican although he is Arabian! The Jamaican culture definitely has influenced him in a big way.
Check out the Documentary and the CRWN interview with Elliot Wilson on Tidal below and don’t forget to purchase the new album ‘Father of Asahd’ now available on all streaming platforms!
Rémy Martin presents Rémy Producers sixth season with Jermaine Dupri as the face of the program. Rémy Producers is designed to discover and celebrate upcoming and aspiring music producers as they compete for the chance to win a co-sign with Grammy Award-winning producer, Jermaine Dupri, of SO SO Def Records to create the next hottest hit in music. The Rémy Producers contest officially began this Thursday with Dupri officially announcing the call-for-submissions and encouraging aspiring beat makers of all experience levels to submit their tracks to the official program website: RemyProducers.com.
For the past five years, Rémy Producers has created a platform where producers can now have a chance of being heard and recognized by the best in the game. The other super producers that will be participating this year will be Zaytoven, Boi-1Da and TRAKGIRL. There will be four regional competitions, the last ones standing will face off at the finale in Atlanta.
To kick-off season six of the Rémy Martin Producers Series, an exceptional roster of music industry leaders, producers and creatives including Zaytoven, Boi-1Da, Trakgirl, Miss Info and DJ Envy (Host) provided the next generation of producers, execs and moguls with tips and tricks to make it in the industry during a series of panels! The Music Producers Summit took place in NYC at Live Nation headquarters this past Wednesday. The panels were highly informative and shed light on the inner workings of the music business.
For more information on Rémy Producers rules, and submission deadlines visit RemyProducers.com.
St. Louis based duo JGE Retro, known as Lil Shawn and Shad, have been carving out their own niche in the music scene for quite some time. Though both are still young, they’ve been creating music since children under the tutelage of their famous relatives, Lil Shawn being the nephew of rapper Nelly and Shad the son of Tony “T-Luv” Davis, Nelly’s former manager.
Overcoming numerous setbacks in their careers, the duo are set to release their forthcoming project “Late 2 Class.” Still putting the finishing touches on it, JGE Retro have unveiled the official music video for the lead single “Monopoly$” produced by Jayson ‘Jay’ Cole & Starstrukk Productionz. The visual is set in Los Angeles and was directed by JD Films. Remaining true to their name, the clip has a retro feel, bringing to life MTV’s hit reality show Room Raiders.
We are please to announce that we are giving away tickets to 10 lucky winners to see the advance screening of Dark Phoenix! Follow the rules listed below on how to win! Lets go!
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In DARK PHOENIX, the X-MEN face their most formidable and powerful foe: one of their own, Jean Grey. During a rescue mission in space, Jean is nearly killed when she is hit by a mysterious cosmic force. Once she returns home, this force not only makes her infinitely more powerful, but far more unstable. Wrestling with this entity inside her, Jean unleashes her powers in ways she can neither comprehend nor contain. With Jean spiraling out of control, and hurting the ones she loves most, she begins to unravel the very fabric that holds the X-Men together. Now, with this family falling apart, they must find a way to unite -- not only to save Jean’s soul, but to save our very planet from aliens who wish to weaponize this force and rule the galaxy. In theaters June 7th!
Dance rap heroes ZaeHD & CEO craft bass-boosted party anthems meant to make you lose your mind. Flashing the wild dance moves that made them viral stars, ZaeHD & CEO share "SMASH," their latest video. Filmed in Atlanta, the new video finds Zae & CEO mobbing with the whole HighDefGang, wielding Fortnite-branded NERF guns and syncing their expressive moves with the clattering bass. The video alternates between chaotic group shots and green-screened close-ups of Zae and CEO, as the effects take us underwater, to outer space, and back, with the two rappers looking like they're about to jump out of your screen into your living room. You'll have as much fun watching the video as it looks like they had making it.. With a preview clip that inspired an appreciative Instagram comment from Drake, "SMASH" is one of the highlights from HighDefGang Vol. 1, the first mixtape by ZaeHD & CEO. With a collage-like cover that shows a few of Zae and CEO's favorite things (popcorn, shrimp, aliens, and all things winter), HighDefGang Vol. 1 relies on the interplay between the two rhymers, as their hushed witticisms contrast with the overdriven bass in the beats. Produced in full by HD Gang's in-house producer Toosi, known for his producer tag "them hits don't make no sense," the new tape features the hit single "All In," which has 5.5 million views on its official video, nearly 2 million plays on its official dance video, 3.9 million plays on Spotify, and inspired a Verified video on Genius, as well as the hit follow-up "Robotics" (1.2 million video views, 1.98 million Spotify plays, and an appearance on Drake's Insta story). The most purely joyful and energetic rap release of the year so far, HighDefGang Vol. 1 is available everywhere for stream and purchase. We recently sat and spoke with the rap duo about their new music, new dances and more, listen to our exclusive interview!
LOS ANGELES – Sy Ari Da Kid releases new studio album, After The Heartbreak, as the sequel to his widely popular
Before The Heartbreak (2016)
, available now on all streaming platforms. Throughout the entire project, the Atlanta-based rapper/singer touches on some intimate, raw emotions, along with features via Eric Bellinger, K Camp, Verse Simmonds and more.
Antwain Fox also known asProducer 20(20) is a North Carolina native (Raised in Gastonia) best known for his rhythmic trap music and ability to produce beats on the spot without hesitation.Producer 20is also the lead engineer at AudioBox Studios a widely known recording studio located in Charlotte, NC. Music has been apart of 20's life for as long as he can remember; and his efforts in the music industry eventually led him to becoming the one stop shop for all you need to promote and curate your musical career. Producer 20 has produced and engineered tracks for Boosie Badazz, Gucci Mane, Arsonal Da Rebel, Rocko Da Don, Lil Baby, DaBaby, Pablo Juan, JoseGuapo, Ricco Barino, Black Yungsta and Taylor Girlz. We recently sat exclusively with Producer 20 to get to know what he's been up to and what he's cooking up in the lab! Listen to our exclusive interview!
Young Dolph is the quintessential example of independent success, using his business acumen to build a massive legion of friends without major assistance. Coming through with his first new single of 2019, Dolph shares "Crashin' Out." Combining street-level wisdom with extravagant boasts, "Crashin' Out" is classic Dolph: "Never signed a deal, but I got more guap than all-a y'all," Dolph intones at the beginning of the track's second verse. It's not bragging if you're speaking the truth--and Dolph only speaks facts. In the visual, Dolph takes his fleet of custom camo-wrapped luxury cars to Manhattan, pokes his head out the window of his Wraith as he cruises down avenues, and hits up Midtown's famous Halal Guys for late-night grub, all the while dripping in a fit that matches his cars right down to the rims. Following up a series of star-studded, high-concept videos, the Highsnobiety-premiered "Crashin' Out" brings Dolph back to his streetwise, guap-getting roots.
"Crashin' Out" follows the video for "By Mistake (Remix)," which features appearances from Memphis icons Juicy J and Project Pat. Earlier in the year, Dolph shared the sumptuous video for "I Think I Can Fly," inspired by the film Harlem Nights, which features an appearance from Snoop Dogg. Complete with spinning roulette wheels, acrobats in sparkling skin-suits, and comedic interludes, "I Think I Can Fly" is among the most extravagant and creative videos released in 2019. "I Think I Can Fly" and "By Mistake" are highlights from Role Model, Dolph's 2018 project.
Dolph is currently in the studio preparing his next album and shows no signs of letting up. He's becoming the king of hip hop he always knew he would always be.