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KAASH PAIGE

Kaash Paige is an 18 year old buzzing artist from Dallas, Texas, making waves with dreamy viral hit, “Love Songs.” “Love Songs” reached #1 on Spotify’s Global Viral Chart and US Viral Chart and reached #3 on Rolling Stone’s Top 25 Trending Chart. Kaash is an acronym for Kill All Arrogance Stop Hatred.

WATCH KAASH PAIGE BREAK DOWN THE MEANING OF “LOVE SONGS” ON GENIUS

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LISTEN TO PARKED CAR CONVOS HERE

2019 III Points Line-Up

III Points will return for its sixth and largest installment on February 15-17, 2019 in Miami. SZA, Herbie Hancock, Tyler, The Creator, James Blake, Beach House, A$AP Rocky, Erykah Badu and Blood Orange will headline, with further highlights including Virtual Self, Yaeji, Four Tet, Peggy Gou, Ben UFO b2b Joy Orbison, SOB x RBE, DeanBlunt, DJ Stingray and many more. Tickets are available now via iiipoints.com.

“We’re so excited to celebrate our local scene on a national level— with some of the most creative minds in music and art— right here in Wynwood,” says III Points co-founder and Miami native, Erica Freshman. “This is our biggest and most diverse lineup to date and we look forward to sharing III Points 2019 with Miami and beyond.”

With over 100 musical performers and sets running until 5:00 a.m. each night, III Points blends visual art, film, food and style in Miami’s vibrant Wynwood Arts District. In addition to an international and wildly acclaimed lineup, respected curators will present stages of local, rising and experimental music. The festival’s visual arts lineup—taking over the 100,000 square foot Mana Wynwood—will be announced in the coming weeks.

III Points is proud to partner with Florida activism network Dream Defenders on a series of initiatives in the coming months. Dream Defenders is a diverse group of young people who build power by organizing and educating for community civic engagement and transformational justice. For more information, or to get involved, visit: www.dreamdefenders.org

III POINTS 2019

SZA, Tyler, The Creator, A$AP Rocky, Erykah Badu, James Blake, Beach House, Herbie Hancock, Blood Orange, The Internet, Virtual Self, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah performing “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx,” Khruangbin, Peggy Gou, Godspeed You! Black Emperor,
Pussy Riot, DJ Koze, Yaeji, Mariel Ito b2b Danny Daze, SOB x RBE, Ty Segall & White Fence, Ben UFO b2b Joy Orbison, Honey Dijon, Toro Y Moi (DJ Set), Masego, Mall Grab, David August, Kelsey Lu, Dean Blunt, Tim Hecker Live + The Konoyo Ensemble, John Maus, JPEGMAFIA, Keinemusik (&Me, Adam Port, Rampa), Moscoman, DJ Stingray, Laurel Halo, DJ Seinfeld, Yokoo, Baba Stiltz, Jacques Greene, Smerz, Stavroz, Egyptian Lover, Be Svendsen, Lena Willikens, Marvin & Guy, Channel Tres, PNTHN, Trill Sammy, Auntie Flo,
Simple Symmetry, Durante, Goddollars, VHS Collection, Nick Leon (Live), Paperwater, Aaaa (Live), Will Buck, Ms. Mada, Rat Bastard, Poorgrrrl, Nicholas G. Padilla, Plastic Pinks, Bear, Virgo, Thunderpony, Danyelino, Donzii, Austin Paul, Anshaw Black, Bird Feet Bird, Telescope Thieves, Tama Gucci, Seafoam Walls, INVT, Haute Tension, Brother Dan, Lilith, Butterfly Snapple, Ghost Flower, Loka, Dracula, True Vine, Eveava, Rick Moon, Goiz, Ackdaddy, Kamari Esson, Maccabi, Saki, Sister System and more to be announced.

Stages by: Omnidisc, Keinemusik, Disco Halal, Link Miami Rebels, Electric Pickle 10 Year Showcase, Extra Credit, Castaway, Internet Friends, Space Tapes

ABOUT III POINTS

III Points is an alternative music and art festival in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood. The festival, which was founded by four friends in 2013, arose as a means to represent and unite a unique and diverse community. III Points is a platform that showcases Miami’s up and coming music acts, along with local artists from many disciplines, by placing them alongside the greatest musical and artistic minds in the world.

In loving memory of Lauren Perlstein.

Facebook: fb.com/iiiPoints | Twitter: @iiiPoints | Instagram: @iiiPoints | www.iiipoints.com

Culture Creators

[Los Angeles, CA, June 23] Friday, June 24, Culture Creators gathered black culture’s most impactful and inspiring voices under one roof for the third annual Innovators & Leaders Awards Brunch. This year, the event took over The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills and received the support of sponsors such as Remy Martin, The Mane Choice, Morgan Stanley, and Beats by Dre.

300+ guests witnessed the honorees receive their respective awards and share stories, memories, and gratitude. Bringing the house to its feet in a roar of applause, Sylvia Rhone garnered the Culture Creators Icon Award.

Other recipients included Jemele Hill, who received the Defiance Award, Kenya Barris, Jana Fleishman, Tunji Balogun, Shawn Gee, and more. Celebrity guests included Will.i.am, DJ Khaled, Tank, Andre Harrell, Miles Brown, Essence Atkins, Luke James, Waka Flocka, and more. Once again, Culture Creators magnified the resonance of Black Culture’s Innovators & Leaders and kicked off BET weekend in uplifting fashion.

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LIST OF HONOREES

Honorees: Sylvia Rhone | President, Epic Records // Jemele Hill | Chief Correspondent & Sr. Columnist, The Undefeated ESPN // Lauren Wesley Wilson | President ColorComm, Inc. // Fatima Robinson | Choreographer & Director // Brea Stinson | Owner & Fashion Designer, STINSON HAUS // Jason Bolden | Co-Founder, JSN Studio/ / Charles D. King | Founder & CEO, MACRO // Kenya Barris | Writer & Producer, Creator of “Black-ish” // Rashaun Williams | General Partner, MVP All-Star Fund // Shawn Gee | President, Live Nation Urban // Tunji Balogun | Co-Founder, Keep Cool/EVP, A&R RCA Records // Jana Fleishman | EVP Media & Strategic Development, Roc Nation // Kristi Henderson | Co-Founder, WEEN // Carlos Fleming | Partner & Head of Sports Talent Marketing, WME // Rodney Williams | CEO & Co-Founder, LISNR

ABOUT CULTURE CREATORS

Culture Creators (CC) is an organization made up of the key figures from music, technology, film, television, fashion, and much more. Culture Creators always aims to celebrate the accomplishments of minorities in various industries and how African American culture continues to thrive and impact popular culture. As part of its programming for the 2016 GRAMMY weekend, Culture Creators hosted a soiree that attracted the likes of Diplo, Chris Rock, Skrillex, Lorde, Fatima Robinson, Cory Gamble, SZA, KeKe Palmer, and many more important Hollywood trendsetters and pioneers. Culture Creators also partnered with Howard University to provide executive leadership and recruitment to aid in the diversity and inclusion recruitment of students for mass merchant retailers, advertising agencies and athletic apparel companies.

Vevo Announces Lil Xan as Latest LIFT Artist

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Today Vevo has announced Lil Xan as their next LIFT artist, and first for 2018. Lil Xan will be partnering with Vevo to release exclusive content, performances and behind-the-scenes footage over the coming weeks bringing fans closer than ever to the rapper, who recently released his debut album Total Xanarchy to critical acclaim, and huge buzz across social media.
The first of the Vevo exclusive content is an ‘alternate’ music video for the hitmaker’s Danny Wolf-produced single “Wake Up”. The video features Xan waking up to spit bars in a psychiatric ward, with flashes of color as the song reaches its climax, in a powerfully reimagined visual representation of the song.
Launched in 2011, Vevo’s artist development program, Vevo LIFT shines a spotlight on the world’s freshest new talent. Vevo LIFT alumni include the likes of Sam Smith, Khalid, SZA and Julia Michaels who all gave their fans a sneak peek into their early careers via the series.
ABOUT VEVO
Vevo is the world’s leading all-premium music video and entertainment platform. With over 300,000 videos and 25BN views a month globally Vevo connects artists with audiences from all over the world, providing exclusive music content, original programming and official music videos to fans.

Trippie Redd x SZA

Watch the story unfold in Trippie Redd‘s new video for

“Deadmans Wonderland” Feat. Forever ANTi PoP

Trippie also gave us a tease snippet of music from his upcoming album “How You Feel Trip” (with guitar?!)

AND he joined SZA at Coachella for his “Dark Knight Dummo” where he engaged in his favorite pastime SZA-tossing!

Nicole Millar

NICOLE MILLAR RELEASES NEW ANTHEM “GIMME A BREAK” TODAY

LISTEN HERE:  https://Casablanca.lnk.to/GimmeABreakPR

WATCH LYRIC VIDEO HERE:  https://youtu.be/JtaFAE5UXQQ

Nicole Millar is kicking 2018 into gear with her new anthem, “Gimme A Break” via Casablanca Records. Listen HERE.  Watch lyric video HERE.

“I’ve never really written anything like this song, which makes me so excited to show everyone,” Nicole says. “It’s basically a girl power anthem telling some dude how it is. It’s based off a story back in my teens of a guy that would message me from the moment I woke up into the night, constantly leaving me no room to breathe. And let’s be real, girls love the guys that ignore us!”

Nicole Millar has had a rapid ascent with previous hit singles “Signals”, “Blindfold”, and amassing over 16 million streams on Spotify. She has flown everywhere from Stockholm to L.A. to work on new music, as well as finding time to tour with Troye Sivan, support SZA.  Nicole Millar has more to share soon, but for now give your attention to “Gimme A Break”.

FOLLOW NICOLE MILLAR:

Instagram:@nicolemillar

Facebook:@NicoleMillar

Twitter: @nicolemillar

www.nicolemillar.com.au

TOWKIO x “WWW.”

TOWKIO RELEASES DEBUT ALBUM “WWW.

Chicago musician Towkio risked his life Wednesday by literally traveling to space in a helium balloon and today his debut album, WWWhas arrived along with a video showing that emotional journey to space. It’s a must watch.

The album (out on American/Republic Records) was executive produced by Rick Rubin and Lido (recorded at Shangri-La in Malibu) with features from SZA, Vic Mensa and more.

Listen to the album HERE and check the recap video from his trip to nearly 100,000 feet below.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON TOWKIO
Chantz Brewer
Chantz.Brewer@umusic.com

Beau Benton
Beau.Benton@umusic.com

Liv Streetwear

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Liv Streetwear [LS] is a 90s inspired clothing brand designed by Brooklyn based designer Olivia Anthony. Her clothing line takes in two identifiable factors – “Liv“ or “1990” is badged on all items. The collection for this season consists of vibrantly colored overalls, rugby shirts and amazing snap-away pants. LS is sure to be a bold fashion statement in the seasons to come. It’s already been worn by several notable artists such as SZA, Kehlani and Luke James. The line itself is pretty new on the block, but its rapidly gaining momentum. If you haven’t found your spring brand, look no farther.

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Jonathan Herrera

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Designer:

Olivia Anthony

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Future Black History

Fuse and FM commemorate Black History Month with a month-long, multiplatform celebration of Future Black History makers from the worlds of music, entertainment and social influence.

To kick off the month, Fuse, FM and the Fuse digital platforms will premiere exclusive short form video interviews with artists Kyle and Ty Dolla $ign exploring the future of black music history and showcasing the influences and inspirations of African American artists on the rise.

**Check out the Fuse YouTube channel to see what future black history means to rapper Kyle, the legacy he wants to create, and why watching P. Diddy dance empowers him.

Also this month, Fuse and FM will highlight established and emerging artists including Chance the Rapper, Ty Dolla $ign, Cardi B, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, Alicia Keys and Solange with a Future Black History music block airing on FM on Friday, February 2 at 10 p.m. ET/ 7 p.m. PT and Fuse on Friday, February 9 at 9 a.m. ET/PT.

And the Fuse digital platforms keep the celebration going all month long, as Fuse honors superstar and rising musicians, film and TV stars, and creators with spotlight profiles, interviews, playlists, social-focused media and in-depth essays that highlight how and where these individuals are taking black history. This year’s honorees include SZA, Khalid, Cardi B and Lil Uzi Vert; must-know superstars of tomorrow like Daniel Caesar, Wizkid and Jorja Smith; actors and film stars changing Hollywood including Jordan Peele, Tiffany Haddish, Michael Che, Chadwick Boseman and Marsai Martin; and those creating must-know content and honoring their culture like Jay Versace, Jackie Aina, Amber Whittington, and Ayo & Teo.

This year’s honorees include SZA, Khalid, Cardi B and Lil Uzi Vert; must-know superstars of tomorrow like Daniel Caesar, Wizkid and Jorja Smith; actors and film stars changing Hollywood including Jordan Peele, Tiffany Haddish, Michael Che, Chadwick Boseman and Marsai Martin; and those creating must-know content and honoring their culture like Jay Versace, Jackie Aina, Amber Whittington, and Ayo & Teo.