LL Cool J turned his Saturday set at The Meadows Music & Arts Festival into a classic hip-hop dance party ... point — which may also explain why he will become the first rapper to receive the nation’s highest award for a performer in December when.
From slaying the runways of NYFW to stealing the show at the 2017 MTV VMAs , Taylor will star in “The After Party,” Live Nation’s first scripted project, premiering on Netflix. The Russell Simmons produced hip hop comedy will also star Hollywood.
It's the first scripted project for Live Nation ... Arts Festival at Citi Field in Queens, and a live concert at the Gramercy Theater. The movie is scheduled to be released sometime next year. Lee "Q" O'Denat, the late founder of Worldstar Hip Hop.
A free festival that attracts seventy five thousand plus attendees, Sweet Auburn Music Festival welcomes all as one of the largest festivals of its kind in the South. A3C Hip Hop Festival ... Celebrate the nation's first civilization with dance and.
Upwards of 10,000 politicians, thought leaders, activists, community and faith leaders, celebrities and various stakeholders are expected in the nation’s capital this ... Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Hip Hop Artist McLyte and several other dynamic.
As first reported by the ... of The Meadows Music and Arts Festival at Citi Field in Queens and a live concert at the Gramercy Theater. It’s being put together by Def Pictures, Live Nation Productions, WorldStar Hip Hop, and Hunting Lane Films.
It is Live Nation’s first scripted production ... at The Meadows Music and Arts Festival at Citi Field in Queens, and a live concert at the Gramercy Theater. Lee “Q” O’Denat, the late founder of WorldStar Hip Hop, “was inspired to develop.
With Day 1 of the Meadows Music & Arts Festival seeing hip-hop hitmakers Migos, Joey Bada$$ and 21 Savage ... the stars that were scheduled to be on the bill -- clearly the first day of The Meadows wasn't where the action stopped. Check out Billboard.
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Doug Banker and the late World Star Hip Hop founder Lee “Q” O’Denat. Michael Rapino and Katie McNeill, Jonathan Montepare executive produce. It’s the first scripted project for Live Nation Productions. Are you guys interested in watching The After.