Mooski’s breakout single “Track Star” is getting an official remix. New York-based rapper French Montana took to Instagram to post a video teasing his feature for the remix.
After taking home 3 Grammys, starring in ads and Calvin Klein ads, and working hard o music Megan diceides to take a break. Megan came to social media with her decision to step away from the music for a while.
The late DMX's New York memorial won't be open to the public after all, contrary to initial reports, but organizers have announced that both services this weekend are set up to be livestreamed so that those who wish to pay their respects can tune in from home.
Seems as if the industry has been hurting with emotion from the passing of some great legends. Recently DMX and Back Rob both have passed within the last week which was a shocker in the hip hop community. Today producer of digital underground went to his instagram to announce the passing of Shock G.
“34 years ago almost to the day we had a wild idea we can be a hip hop band and take on the world through it all the dream became a reality and the reality became a nightmare for some.”
He continued: “And now he’s awaken from the fame long live shock G Aka Humpty Hump and Rest In Peace my Brotha Greg Jacobs!!!”
Watch the iconic video "Same Song" by Digital Underground Ft. 2pac below.
Doja Cat has announced a foray into the world of NFTs (non-fungible tokens), by launching her own curated NFT marketplace.
The singer has unveiled the ‘Juicy Drops’ marketplace, as well as confirming that her first ever NFT collection will arrive this Friday, April 23.
Since the great rappers DMX passing, many rumors have been circulated and subsequently refuted. In the wake of X’s passing on April 9th, a rumor surfaced that Jay-Z and Beyonce had purchased his masters and publishing and agreed to donate the profits to his children.
In 2019, entrepreneurs Tim and Kim Lewis, the founders and owners of CurlMix, appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank and turned down a $400K offer for a 20% equity in their company. Two years later, the couple launched an equity crowdfunding campaign and raised more than $1.7 million dollars within 24 hours.
LeBron James’ SpringHill Company is reviving a Hip Hop classic from over 30 years ago. 1990’s House Party starring Kid ‘N Play, Martin Lawrence and more is set to be revived in an upcoming reboot of the film, according to Deadline. James is a huge fan of the original and will serve as a producer on the reimagined version.
Newly surfaced photos of YoungBoy Never Broke Again behind bars have hit the internet and the 21-year-old rapper doesn’t look entirely miserable as one would expect. In fact, YoungBoy is all smiles in his orange jumpsuit as he poses for the camera.
Lisa Forrest has made history as the newest Battalion Chief to be promoted in the Philadelphia Fire Department. She is the first African American woman to ever occupy this position.
“This is not for me, this is for somebody coming behind me to let them know that anything is possible,” Forrest told ABC News.
Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" Gifts Much-Needed Holiday Cheer As #1 ASCAP Holiday Song In 2020
The holidays might look a little different this year, but The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)'s top seasonal songs are bringing much-needed comfort and cheer to listeners at home. With holiday music taking over the radio waves earlier than ever, ASCAP, a professional membership organization of songwriters, composers and music publishers, announces the Top 25 ASCAP Holiday Songs of 2020 – a soundtrack to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year.
By: Niki McGloster
Jay-Zâs no stranger to investing in tech. The business magnate is now backing French audio tech brand, Devialet, which recently launched wireless earbuds, Gemini.
According to CNBC, the product is a direct rival to the Apple AirPods. At $299, Gemini carries a more premium price tag, but the features are worth it. The earbuds tout noise cancellation, patented technology that adjusts to movements from the wearer, eight hours of battery life, and wireless charging.
âTwo years ago, we were struggling to decide which product we would want to launch next,â Devialet CEO Franck Lebouchard said in an interview. âThe reason why we made that decision on true wireless was really around offering a great sound experience to many people, not only audiophiles.â
Want a feature from Lil Baby, well you might just be to late. Lil Baby took to twitter to let everyone know he was slowing down from features to work on his new album. With Lil Baby on the forefront of the music scene it looks like his run will slow down slighty to work on new music. Lil Baby's latest release "My Turn" debuted at the top of the charts, do you think he can repeat his success with his new release?
Sheck Wes reveals that he's officially eligible to be drafted in the NBA, reflecting on his journey in a celebratory Instagram post.
The rapper recently took to Instagram to announce that he is officially eligible for the 2020 NBA Draft, reflecting on his journey in an extensive and humble post. "Damn... it’s really real, The 2020 NBA DRAFT, "All my life I always wanted to follow my passion for music and basketball. Playing basketball and going to play pro in the @nba is something that I always strived for. Tonight that dream comes true!"
MasterClass Launches Inspiring Campaign Featuring Current and Upcoming MasterClass Instructors Issa Rae, Alicia Keys and Neil deGrasse Tyson
Anchored by the mantra "The World Could Use One of You," the new campaign spotlights how owning one's narrative has the power to inspire others
MasterClass, the streaming platform where anyone can learn from the world's best across a wide range of subjects, today launched "The World Could Use One of You," a new campaign that inspires people to step into their full potential – to be their true selves. The powerful campaign developed by Anomaly LA is directed by artist and filmmaker Jenn Nkiru, in collaboration with Todd Tourso, and features upcoming MasterClass instructors Issa Rae and Alicia Keys and current MasterClass instructor Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Dr. Milton D. Moore, a leading dermatologist and founder & CEO of Moore Unique Skin Care, has launched Black Skin Deep, the deeply personal podcast highlighting his insights, perspectives, and reflections on decades of experience as a Black pharmacist, dermatologist, and entrepreneur.
As a program that affirms #BlackLivesMatter and contributes to the national discourse on social justice and equity, the podcast features Dr. Moore's detailed and deeply personal discussions about seizing possibilities, recovering from pitfalls, and challenging practices and perceptions through his persistent drive to represent and advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the mass retail marketplace. Moore Unique Skin Care has earned recognition in Walmart's "Made in America" vendor program as an example of how a small minority vendor should do business with the huge retailer.
Podcast listeners will learn how a painful struggle led Dr. Moore to invent a solution that is now the centerpiece of his eponymous skin care product line. He also highlights how his upbringing, the role-modeling of accomplished family members and mentors, and the rigorous education at three prestigious Historically Black Colleges and Universities – Xavier, Meharry, and Howard – challenged and inspired him to excel.
Episodes of Black Skin Deep are posted online at https://black-skin-deep.simplecast.com and distributed globally via Apple Podcasts, Deezer, iHeart, Stitcher, and other popular mobile podcast apps. Listeners are encouraged to engage virtual #BlackSkinDeep conversations across their social media channels.
Charles Woodson "Intercepts" His Celebrity Competitors in Virtual "War of the Celebrity Red Wines"
He may be one of the greatest defensive players in NFL history, but Charles Woodson's wine was playing offense in wine expert Mark Oldman's latest celebrity wine competition, the "Celebrity War of the Red Wines".
The world's leading interactive fitness platform, and GRAMMY® Award-winning global entertainer and entrepreneur, Beyoncé, announced a broad, multi-year partnership rooted in the celebration of music -- a central component of the Peloton class experience -- and pro-social initiatives.
SESAC celebrated its songwriters and music publishers behind the year's most-performed country and Americana songs for the 2020 Nashville Music Awards, which took place in a digital format. The annual award winners were announced on the organization's website and social media platforms with exclusive photos and videos from some of country music's top songwriters, publishers and performers.
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