Posts Tagged ‘Miami’
Merging just enough Rap with Rock’N’Roll, Jedi Nemisis drops “LightSpeed,” produced by Mikey DaGrift. This can be found on his forthcoming project, Pack Light: Energy Is.
The first annual Rolling Loud Music festival was one for the books as international famed artists, A list celebrities, socialites and VIPs all flocked down to Miami to preview this festival with over 100 talented performers. Wynwood’s artsy/edgy neighborhood made it the perfect playground to house this all-day-long musical experience. Rolling Loud Music Festival was produced by Dope Entertainment, Florida’s most trusted hip-hop concert organization. Dope Entertainment founders saw Miami as the ideal place to create their own version of a hip-hop festival for the next generation of festivalgoers, and this event is the first of its kind even though South Florida hosts some of the best music festivals in the world.
Just some young kids having fun with their careers. Rae Sremmurd and The SremmLife Family bring their turn up to ART Basel 2014.
And here’s how Fab spent bringing in 2015. The Young OG Project is out now.
The work week starts and so does Jigg.
Looks like a boys night out, huh!? Tune, Aubrey, Dos Necklaces and a couple more folks slid into LIV the other night for some usual Sunday night fuckery.
Rico takes us inside his experience at the Revolt Music Conference in Miami.
Wayne, Birdman, Thugga, Quan and Gotti all hit up LIV Nightclub this past Sunday. They sure as hell look like they’re having the time of their lifes -_-.
Jeezy took to South Beach last to celebrate his birthday AND album release of Seen It All. The Trapper Of The year was joined by Stevie J, Flo-Rida, comedian Deray Davis and Gorilla Zoe (yeah, I know). Seen It All is out now.
While Wayne and his buddies took over LIV nightclub last Sunday, the Young Money crew went shirtless when Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Nigga” came on. Seeing this, do you think a remix/freestyle is on its way from Wayne? Industry whispers have already suggested Drake is getting loose on the track, why not add Wayne?