Kiss Backstage At The EA Sports + Virgin Gaming Event. Discussing the LeBron 9 “Galaxy” Sneakers.
Barack Obama shouted out Jeezy during his speech at the the White House Correspondents Dinner. “In my first term I sang Al Green. In my second term, I’m going with Young Jeezy.”
2520 launched a campaign “I’M NOT INTO FASHION” in 2008, making the statement that we did things our own way. 2520 represents the 25th and 20th letters of the alphabet, Y & T. As Young Trendsetters we lead the way and that’s what keeps us relevant.
Young Trendsetters – Who We Are “We Set Trends” – What We Do 360 x 7= ?Do The Math….
ENIN “THE ARTIST” aka Enin Perryman, was born in the “Windy City” of Chicago, Illinois. He was reared in Clarksdale, Mississippi (The Home of the Blues). His vocal style encompasses an array of soulful R&B Gospel blends, which reflect the creative culture of the Mississippi Delta. Singing in rural churches since the tender age of five, his grandmother soon picked up that there was something different about him early on. Enin was quickly groomed for music success upon graduating from Fresno High School in Fresno, California where his family later relocated and later attended Berkley College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts where he honed his songwriting skills. He soon mastered all the areas of performing arts these schools could offer and quickly became a rising star touring and building a following throughout the world. After continuing his education, he focused all his creative energy on writing and recording songs which helped to lay a solid foundation for moves in the music industry. As a singer/songwriter his talents in these areas have landed him notoriety with many recording artists, music producers, and industry heads after having recognized Enin’s perfectionist studio work habits and performance style and creativity. His track record includes performances for or with: R. Kelly, Paris Red, Freddie Jackson, Al Green, Chuckii Booker, Pattie Labelle, Boyz II Men, Roger and Zap, Larry Gettens of Cool and the Gang, Usher, D’Angelo, DRS, Prince, Joe, Silk, Tevin Cambell, Damien Hall, Portrait, Special Generation, Quincy Jones, Brian McKnight, Snoop Dogg, Brandy, American Music Awards, Music Exposure Management, and many other industry artists. Enin’s ventures as a songwriter included the R&B release “AND THEN CAME ENIN!” (Wake up Music/MMS/Sony Records), (Frankfurt, Germany) “LAID BACK GROOVES!” (Hill town Records) (Compilation), “PRAY” (E-NINE MUSIC/) gospel, “PUT YOUR TRUST IN JESUS” (E-NINE MUSIC/) gospel and his latest unreleased work “Keeping It Real” 901 Entertainment along with his work with Mikael Musix Group Inc. as a partner songwriter with the legendary Mike Vocals aka Michael Manley of the World Famous Commodores. Enin has currently finished work on a new R&B cd entitled “THEM SONGS” which features the hit singles “FLAWLESS” featuring local Memphis rapper Million, ”WHAT WILL I DO”, and “SHE WAS”, which also includes a video on domestic violence. The album was released on indie label, E-nine Music Group Inc. and marketed on most major music download sites. As an artist, Enin continues to write music about life, love, relationships, and living by channeling real soulful music about real people in love.
Bow Wow and T-Pain team up for ‘Better’ which will serve as the second single from Bow Wow’s album “Underrated”. The LP will be released on June 12th.
Listen and download the track below.
G-Unit head 50 Cent has laid claim to Young Buck’s recordings. The rapper/mogul’s G-Unit attorneys indicate that a recent motion to sell Young Buck’s intellectual property doesn’t disclose the specific assets. According to the Wall Street Journal, 50 Cent has asked that a bankruptcy judge block the sale until it is determined what can and cannot be sold. The creditors are left with no choice but to file this opposition to ensure that the trustee is not seeking to adversely affect the creditors? rights in assets that they own, or in which they have rights and interests? 50’s attorneys claimed in papers filed last week. 50 claims that his label owns 100 percent of Buck’s recording rights and thusly, has the sole right “to distribute, reproduce, and authorize adaptations and all performances in whatever form.” The case is scheduled to go before a bankruptcy judge next month in Nashville, Tennessee.