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|Posted on February 20, 2019 at 9:30 AM||comments (0)|
Teniele G. and Big Mars of Livin Lovely United decided to attend NBA All Star Weekend which was hosted in Charlotte, NC February 15-17th.
They started off at the Epicenter where Mitchell & Ness displayed exclusive NBA All Star Jerseys and hats. Next they tried out the Spectrum Virtual Shooting Basketball Game, Teniele G. was definitely on fire! Big Mars redeemed himself when the two had a basketball shootout with Charlotte’s legend Muggsy Bogues! Muggsy had a high score of 32 and Big Mars came in 2nd place with 29; he might have some skills.
On Sunday, February 17th, Coalition DJ’s of North Carolina hosted a Brunch and Meeting. Teniele G. and Big Mars were able to network and connect with multiple DJ’s, producers, and artists from the area and various other states and cities.
Later that afternoon, Teniele G. and Big Mars stopped by the popular sneaker store Jimmy Jazz where Big Mars tested out the newly released Puma Hoops Uproar Charlotte on a dribble skills course. The event ended with another shooting competition between Teniele G. and Big Mars.
Teniele G. and Big Mars attended The NBA All Star Game between Team Giannis and Team LeBron at the Spectrum Center. Philly rapper Meek Mill opened up the event with a performance of his latest songs. Charlotte native, Anthony Hamilton represented his city by singing the National Anthem. All hip hop fans were excited to see another Charlotte native perform during halftime. J. Cole put on a great show and catered to some of his fans who were able to stand on the court during his performance.
Overall, NBA All Star Weekend 2019 was a great experience and the NBA and their partners did a wonderful job interacting with the fans and visitors.
IG: @tenieleg @big.mars @livinlovelyunited
Twitter: @teniele @mrtaxdayllu @livinlovely_llu @jimmyjazzstores @spectrumcenter @nba @muggsybogues @JZFish
|Posted on February 12, 2019 at 8:10 AM||comments (0)|
“It’s Big Benz, like a Mercedes driver.” Virginia hip hop artist Big Benz released his first music video of 2019, titled “The Good Stuff”. We can’t tell you exactly what he’s talking about, you have to head over to YouTube to find that out!
Big Benz is definitely one of the most lyrical artists in Northern Virginia and that is what makes him different from the new rappers in the game. He gives New York hip hop vibes to Virginia.
Produced By: @grussle_23
Directed By: @pixbyigo
Twitter: @bigbenz5813 @pixbyigo
|Posted on February 11, 2019 at 7:30 PM||comments (0)|
He’s probably the youngest artist in Virginia, but it’s not the first time we’ve heard of him. Amarie, 7, is the son of Alexandria, VA’s rapper Young Moe. Young Moe, released a music video “A Letter 2 Amarie” in 2013 and his face can be seen on the mixtape cover of Humble Hustle 2.
Now, during the first quarter of 2019, Amarie has made a debut with his first music video titled “Water”! The video is only about a minute long, but it captures your attention and leaves room for anticipation for his next project!
Be sure to subscribe to his Youtube channel and watch his video below!
IG: @amarie_life11 @youngmoe_life
Produced By: @yunglan
Filmed By: @visionsbydiego
Twitter: @yunglan @young_moe93
|Posted on February 10, 2019 at 12:25 AM||comments (0)|
Alexandria, VA’s very own, Young Moe, is back with his relatable and heartfelt storytelling. His release “What If I?” asked a few hypothetical questions that could very well happen at any time.
“How you trynna run game on a n**** when you know what I been through; you know where I came from.” - Young Moe
Above The Noise
IG: @youngmoe_life @aboveall
|Posted on February 9, 2019 at 11:30 AM||comments (0)|
Virginia’s Taya Jae, released her first visual of 2019 titled “23”. The number 23 is famously connected to Micheal Jordan, but Taya Jae gives it multiple meanings throughout her song. The entire video gives a chill vibe, but she forces you to listen to what she has to say. Be sure to check out the visual via Youtube.
Filmed & Edited by JVA
IG & Twitter: @iamjvaboy @tayajae_
|Posted on February 9, 2019 at 10:55 AM||comments (0)|
Polo 500 released his first solo video of the new year. The video “Fresh” opens up with his son playing his younger self and then proceeds to show the future. “Fresh” speaks on making money and investing the legitimate way and knowing when to leave the game.
POLO 500-FRESH PROD. BY YOUNG NAB
DIRECTED BY RONB @2RONB
|Posted on January 26, 2019 at 9:25 PM||comments (1)|
Baltimore artists Sun Zulu and J3rry Homes teamed up and brought back a traditional hip-hop style with their song “Better Viewz”. The song focuses on progression and growth within their lives.
“Better Viewz” is available major digital platforms Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Spotify, and Tidal.
Directed By: True & Livin' Development
Camera Operators: L. Ford, A. Ford, J. Homes, C. Ford
Editor: A. Ford
Produced By: '92 Colby
From the upcoming album "The Paradox of Apathy"
IG: @j3rryhomes @thesunzulu @92colby_
|Posted on January 25, 2019 at 7:55 PM||comments (0)|
The General of Dolla Day Ent. from Southwest Philly, Reed Dollaz, released his first single of the year titled “1986”. The year represents when the Philly rapper was born and he describes how it was growing up and who he looked up to during his adolescent years.
The single and music video release is building up to the release of Reed Dollaz’s album “EST 1986”. We know it will be nothing short of lyrical and stories that many can relate to. His is single is now available on iTunes.
“Grandma keeping me up, thank God that she around. Told me keep my chin up, never knee on the ground” - Reed Dollaz
IG: @realreeddollaz @dolladay.ent
Twitter: @realreeddollaz @dolladayent
Produced By: @rippedshade
Visuals By: @snubbgeez @blessthegenius @mconk @ageezuspiece_