Bills PR, a Cross-platform music publicity authority, have introduced, directed by ex Murray Chalmers PR manager Jon Bills. Early add-ons to the firm's roll are electronic music pair Axwell & Ingrosso, Taio Cruz and Eric Prydz. New artists include The Young Professionals and X&Y.
Jon began his career in the music business in the year 2001, confining at Gut Records. In the year 2003, he became a part of the Parlophone Records, where he created the online publicity arm of the label. Later, in 2008, he joined Murray Chalmers PR.
If you can remember, sometime ago, Beyonce released 4, she recorded a whole album that was inspired by singer - late Fela Kuti that was never unveiled but inspired another single, confirmed The-Dream.
On January 1, the new year’s party refused to stop as the celebrities toasted together at TAO. The festivities were hosted by DJ Khaled, who enjoyed dinner with his pals in the bistro before moving to the nightclub. There he did a countdown similar to that of New Year’s Eve for the locals who could not enjoy themselves on December 31. The club goers were treated with his six-song performance that included “Hold You Down”, “I’m In One”, “All I Do Is Win”, and more.
Among the numerous producers for the latest movie adaptation of Broadway musical Annie, Jay Z is the notable one.
The film adaptation held its premiere in New York on Sunday. Jay Z’s two leading ladies, daughter Blue Ivy and wife Beyonce arrived in matched winter coats to support the premiere. The 45-year-old rapper carried the 2-year-old Ivy in his arms and the three left the premiere together. Will Gluck has directed the film and Jay Z has contributed to its soundtrack. The rapper appeared in a crisp white shirt and a glossy grey suit. He teamed them with shiny dress shoes.
With a snap of his mom on a huge screen behind him, Doug E Fresh clambered to finish his sentence. The rapper nicknamed The Human Beat Box choked and cast off tears as he got I Am Hip-Hop Award at 9th BET Hip Hop honors earlier on Saturday. Doug E Fresh told the audience that his mom was suffering from Alzheimer's disease and she died 5 months ago.
At the taped show at Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center, the rapper told: "I have to acknowledge her,"
"I want to thank this woman and hip-hop. If it wasn't for hip-hop, I don't know where I would be."