Hot Boy Turk and Capo Collab

Hot Boy Turk was spotted in Atlanta last night with Capo and according to what was seen on set they have a new track coming out.

The Original Hot Boy with the New Hot Boy, this may be a classic in the making.

Following the video shoot, Turk hit Buckhead Lounge with wife Emani to host his single release party for his recent track  entitled, “Fuck How It Turn Out!”

#FukHowItTurnOut @HotBoyTurk_32 #F**kHowItTurnOut Drops in a Couple days! piff.me/595c783 on @DatPiff Peep the title track now! hhear.ly/DE3ND647 #WaitHoldUp

Money Releases their New Collection

Established in 2003, Money exploded onto the fashion scene with a unique range of menswear, quickly becoming a favorite for artists such as Nas, 50 Cent & Idris Elba, who along with UK youth culture, continue t embrace the brand today. Adopting classic men’s streetwear, married with the urgency and free thinking of British lifestyle, humor and swagger.

Quickly rising through the ranks by word of mouth, humor and strong trend-driven collections, money became the choice of the fashion-conscious youth and seasoned casuals alike. Money has been embraced in the UK  music scene by artists such as J Hus, Dave, and Krept & Konan, as well as world-renowned Actor, Tom Hardy.

The AW18 collection encompasses the signature Money style with a brighter look at the Autumn/Winter season. Vivid yellows and oranges intertwine with classic Autumn/Winter navy’s and greys bring this collection to life in a daring, yet ‘authentically Money’ way.

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The collection is now available on the Money website

The Cry Babies Are Back in Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta Season 2!

Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta returns to WEtv on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 9pm ET/PT; and this season it’s a clash of the generations, with the OG’s of Hip Hop ready to dish some tough love!

Shad Moss (aka Bow Wow), is officially off the market when a new love interest enters the mix, but there’s trouble in paradise when rumors and jealousy overwhelm their budding romance. Does Bow’s new boo and aspiring rapper, Kiyomi Leslie, have her heart in the game or is she just in it for the fame? The past rears its ugly head as fiery newcomers are bringing heat to the Atlanta scene and shaking things up, including R&B artist Masika Kalysha and hip hop artist, Lil Mama! But not everyone is happy upon their arrival… Masika has her sights set on stardom, but has unfinished business with her old flame, Bow Wow. Lil Mama, mentored by rapper MC Lyte, is ready to reinvent herself and record a follow-up to her hit “Lip Gloss.” But not everything is ‘Poppin’ when her past mistakes continue to haunt her.

Meanwhile, the wrath of Jhonni Blaze tornados through the Big Peach when the talented but explosive artist just can’t seem to get out of her own way. And when the legendary hip hop manager, Debra Antney, gets caught in the crosshairs of Jhonni’s firestorm, the battle lines are drawn. Mega producer Jermaine Dupri is up for a huge honor when he is inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame as he embarks on a So So Def 25th Anniversary tour with prestigious acts from his label. But not everyone will make the lineup, including JD’s surrogate son, Bow Wow. Meanwhile, Jermaine’s daughter Shaniah Mauldin struggles with her father’s lack of involvement in her career while she navigates a long-distance relationship with her longtime boyfriend, Willie. Ayana Fite, daughter of Beastie Boys mainstay, DJ Hurricane, is eager to get her fashion line off the ground without her father’s financial help but can she trust Atlanta’s newcomers to help launch her success? After serving her time in prison and on parole, Da Bratis ready to move on and wants to throw a ‘parole release’ party, but all hell breaks loose when the police are called! At 31-years-old, Bow begins to reflect on his music career and love life, where his soul-searching leads him to a dark place. Alarming social media posts have everyone worried, but Bow’s world continues to spiral into chaos. The cameras keep rolling when Bow Wow reaches his breaking point, destroying everything in his warpath…Tune in! Thursday, Oct 11 at 9pm ET/PT

“Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta” is produced for WE tv by Entertainment One (eOne).

Former Detroit Lions Linebacker, DeAndre Levy, Partners With Detroit Hustles Harder To Stand Up For Sexual Assault Victims

Former Detroit Lions Linebacker, DeAndre Levy, his wife, Desire Vincent Levy, and popular Detroit-based apparel brand, Detroit Hustles Harder, are proud to announce their partnership for the third edition of the cause-related t-shirt line, Our Issue.

Our Issue is an apparel line that pairs activism and accountability for catalytic change. Created in 2016, the Our Issue initiative was designed out of the idea that a society free of sexual assault and domestic violence is not just a women’s issue, it is our collective issue.

Running September 14th – 22nd in Detroit, this year’s Murals in the Market Festival — named by Smithsonian as one of the top mural festivals in the world — will feature a special edition artist t-shirt of the 2017 Our Issue Mural by Sydney G. James and AskewOne. All proceeds from shirts will benefit Enough SAID, Wayne County SAFE, and the SASHA Center to support the ongoing effort of investigating the backlog of rape kits in Detroit and providing direct services and care to survivors. All proceeds will be matched up to $25,000.

“OUR ISSUE is dedicated to the multitude of women I know and love, and the ones that I don’t know that have the unfortunate experience of sexual violence,” said DeAndre. “As men, and as a society, we owe them more and need to take ownership of the role we play in supporting the culture that makes excuses for rape, harassment, and all forms of violence against women and girls.”

“As a survivor myself, I am thankful to and for the brave Detroit leaders like the SASHA Center, Wayne County SAFE, and Enough SAID that commit their time, energy, and resources to providing services for victims, advocate for policy, and affirm the voices and experiences of survivors everyday,” said Desire. “They are heroes amongst us.”

To purchase Our Issue apparel, please visit: https://divisionstreetboutique.com/collections/our-issue

To make a donation to Our Issue:

https://www.crowdrise.com/our-issue

 

Inside the ONE Musicfest Media Conference

Today, ONE Musicfest — the Southeast’s largest annual urban progressive music festival — hosted a press conference, themed “Greater Than One,” to celebrate the influence that Atlanta has had on hip-hop and pop culture as a whole. ONE Musicfest founder Jason Carter welcomed the press and explained that he wanted to bring together some of the legends of Atlanta music to highlight their stories. These legends in attendance were DJ Nabs, East Side Boyz, Trillville and Kilo Ali, all of whom are performing as part of the “ATL Crunk Set” during the festival. The artists shared anecdotes of how they got into music and their thoughts on hip-hop today.

ONE Musicfest takes place Saturday, September 8 and Sunday, September 9 at Central Park in Atlanta. For information on artists and tickets, visit onemusicfest.com.

NotKarltonBanks 25th Birthday Celebration Recap

Can we give you the rundown on TONIGHT???

OMG! Okay. We went tot the Birthday celebration for Instagram Sensation, @NotKarltonBanks. We were so excited to go as the line up was stellar and we love Karlton.

The doors opened at 6 pm for General Admission. The show started at 7 pm. We arrived at 6:05 pm. Had to wait outside in the Georgia heat until 6:50 pm. #Strike1

As we proceed! For the past month or so, the event was advertised as follows. Pay attention to the lineup.

However, upon arrival we were made aware that Vashawn Mitchell would not be in attendance. #Strike2

Don’t know exactly what happened, but one of Karlton’s team members make it clear that it was his fault and apologized. But by this time it was 7:15 and we was already in our seats.

As the night proceeded, Lexi and The Christi Show were AMAZING Host. They kept the crowd engaged and Lexi sanggggggg her new single entitled, “In The Room,” which we all purchased while on site because she slayeddddddddddd.

In exchange for Vashawn Mitchell, Byron Cage stopped by and tore the house up. Love us some Byron, but we still wanted Vashawn.

As we were ready for LeAndria Johnson to hit the stage, we get word that she had a family emergency out of town with her brother. #Strike3

We pray her brother is well, but we were ready for her to kick them shoes off and slay us in the spirit. In her place she sent Amber Bullock from Sundays Best. Amber sang her whole heart out for the Lord and we loved it. However, we still were ready for LeAndria.

Finally, John. P. Kee hits the stage and takes us back to the 90’s and brings us all the way up to 2018 with a sneak listen of his upcoming single. He was awesome and really showed out for Atlanta.

John P. Kee three SHADE All Night Long at a certain someone and it was much needed. John spoke the TRUTH the Whole TRUTH and Noting but the TRUTH. If anyone says otherwise, they are not of God. We won’t say who or what was said. But know that after John said what he said, Vashawn took that post down that he had up trying to Shade Karlton. #Cough

We’re sure footage will be floating around of the night soon. When you see it let’s us know what you think. If you went, let us know your take and what your favorite part was.

Again, Happy Birthday to @NotKarltonBanks. Thank you for spending it in Atlanta with us.

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