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|Posted on December 8, 2018 at 8:40 AM||comments (0)|
On December 7, 2018, Chris Archie, the founder of LionHeart Youth Outreach Incorporated hosted his 1st Annual First Responders charity basketball game. The organization collaborated with Potomac Middle School’s multicultural fair in Dumfries, VA. Teniele G. of Livin Lovely United, LLC joined the first responders team representing the U.S Air Force as a veteran. The first Responders team also had representatives from the Prince William County Police Department, Army, and Air Force Reserves; they played against Team LionHeart.
Children and parents of the community filled the stands and their energy was proof that they had a fun-filled Friday evening. During halftime the children were able to have a dance off on the court; it was an amazing sight to see.
|Posted on November 22, 2018 at 2:00 PM||comments (0)|
AL. KNYGHT PROVIDES VOICE FOR THE BROKEN CHILDREN WITH NEW ALBUM ‘BIRDS II: MIDNITE SOCIETY’On Oct. 5 he released an album called “Birds II: Midnite Society.” It’s a follow-up to an album he released two years ago called “Birds,” which was a dark mix between new wave and old-school hip-hop. With this new project, however, he wanted to step it up and make an evolution of his earlier sound.
“I took my inspiration from the 90s TV Series ‘Are you Afraid of the Dark?’” he said. “The kids in that series didn’t know anything about each other, but they would meet at night and listen to each others’ stories. They called themselves the Midnite Society. I want to use my musical talent and my ear and my creative pen to tell some tales I’ve experienced, or to share other people’s stories. I’m trying to be as creative as I can within myself and then share that with the world.”
The 14-track album features the hit single “Get Over It,” which is a smooth soul-based R&B track that incorporates notes of hip-hop. It features Saniyah X, a female singer from Tennessee who developed a large following on Vine before the social media platform was shut down. The song is one that Al. Knyght said encourages people to focus on the bigger picture in life and to let the frustrating things stay in the past.
“If I can’t do anything about something, I have to accept it and let it be and get over it,” he said. “There’s still life left to be lived, even beyond what you can’t change.”
|Posted on October 3, 2018 at 5:35 PM||comments (0)|
Livin Lovely United's artist Big Mars released his highly anticipated album titled "B.B"! Many may be wondering what does "B.B" stand for; that's a great question! Big Mars hasn't disclosed any background information on the title, but out of the seven tracks on his album listeners can tune their ears to B.B which is track two. Big Mars had lots of catchy melodies and punchlines on every song and he has at least four solid hits on his album! Big Mars is set to release music videos for multiple songs on his first album. "B.B" is available on all major digital platforms such as Apple Music, iTunes, Tidal, Goolgle Play, and Spotify.
IG: @big.mars @livinlovelyunited
Twitter: @mrtaxdayllu @livinlovely_llu
|Posted on June 22, 2018 at 11:50 PM||comments (0)|
Benning Park, D.C Native, Rockout can be heard and seen in the new visual “Can’t Lose” by OC Grim. The collaboration focuses on staying down before the come up, the losses taken, and how it will ultimately lead to the BIG WIN!
The music video was shot and edited by Clipstar Films
IG: @ocgrim @rockout2real @clipstartv @livinlovelyunitedTwitter: @clipstartv @livinlovely_llu
|Posted on June 22, 2018 at 8:55 PM||comments (0)|
Bliss Nightclub in Washington, D.C was sold out the night Livin Lovely United's artists Big Mars and Teniele G. opened up for Atlanta rapper YFN Lucci and D.C's own Lightshow! The brother and sister duo sure know how to put on a show and entertain with great energy and stage presence. After the performance those in attendance showed a lot of love and support; the show was one for the books!
IG: @big.mars @tenieleg @livinlovelyunited
Twitter: @mrtaxdayllu @teniele @livinlovely_llu @yfnlucci @lightshow10thPL
|Posted on March 18, 2018 at 10:30 PM||comments (0)|
If you were not in attendance at Irving Plaza, you missed out on a vibe you couldn't experience anywhere else, but in the heart of New York City! Remy Ma brought out some of the top artists who represented New York to the fullest. Opening the show was Young Ye performing his catchy song "Pulled Off", Wholesale", and the crowd moving, relatable single "Corner Store".
Other featuring artists were Mariah Lynn, Bianca Bonnie, the one and only Young M.A (OOOUUU), A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Hood Celebrity, PHresher, Desiigner, and the Queen Lil Kim! The lineup was phenomenal! DJ Funk Flex was in the building keeping the venue live before Remy Ma took over the venue.
Teniele G. & Young Ye Big Mars & Young Ye
@RealRemyMa @youngye2dt @mrtaxdayllu @teniele @YoungMAMusic @LilKim @LifeOfDesiigner @ArtistHBTL @HoodCelebrityy @PHRESHER_DGYGZ @MariahLynBoss @BiancaBonnie_
|Posted on February 12, 2018 at 4:50 PM||comments (1)|
February 12, 2018- Poppin Out! How long will it take before they start poppin out? Livin Lovely United's Big Mars drops a visual on one of his most popular songs from his latest project "Free Mars". Following the Intro on Free Mars, "Poppin Out" forces you to listen as soon as the beat drops and Big Mars states "Open the door when you hear me knocking!" The song and video are a statement that explains and shows the viewpoint of Big Mars.
Big Mars teamed up with JVABOY who directed and shot the creative ideas that Big Mars visualized for Poppin Out.
Instagram: @Big.Mars @iamjvaboy @livinlovelyunited
Twitter: @MrTaxDayLLU @iamjvaboy @livinlovely_llu
|Posted on February 5, 2018 at 1:00 PM||comments (0)|
Mike D'angelo MHG/ Cash Money/ RG Artist held is 1st Annual Bee Legendary Stop the Violence and Homeless Giveback Celebrity Basketball Game at the Boys and Girls Club in Washington, D.C on February 3, 2018. The event was originally postponed, but that didn't stop Mike and his team from teaming up with members of the community to give back to the area! The event was hosted by Tony Redz of WPGC 95.5 and Steph Lova. DJ Loud kept the crowd and players energized with his music choices, and London Savoy blessed those in attendance with the National Anthem.
Many popular faces were in attendance, such as Philly music artist and actor Tone Trump who spoke a few words to the community. Streetball legend Baby Shaq, Social Media Hip-Hop Legend Crank Lucas, Washington Redskins Cornerback Bashaud Breeland, 3ohBlack (Ayye legg!), Mechie (MechieSoCrazy), Jimmy Black Jr, B.E, Washington Wizards Legendary DJ Two4our, Boo Jackson, Proof of Consciousness (P.O.C) of Revive Radio, and some officers from the Metropolitan Police Department. Interstate Snake stopped by with boxes of free pizzas for the kids and guests.
Livin Lovely United's Teniele G. took part in the celebrity basketball game and played alongside Mike D'angelo, Bashaud Breeland, 3ohBlack, and DJ Two4our.
Portrait Artist Demont Pinder painted a beautiful piece in memory of James Anthony Smith, Steven Slaughter, Stormiyah, Ebony Franklin, Jasmin Light, and those we lost their life way too soon.
We look forward to the next event to give back in as many areas as we can!Stand up to bullying and stop the violence!
Twitter: @TonyRedz247 @WPGC @Stephlova100 @ToneTrump @crank_lucas @Bree2Land6 @3ohBlack @DJTwo4our @InterstateSnake @LondonSavoy @Revive_POC @Teniele @LivinLovely_LLU