Do the Quan in Canada, eh? Rich Homie Quan is getting ready to embark on a 17-city tour to the great land up North.
Rich Homie Quan is headed on a Canadian promo tour next month with special guests 6ten and A-Game! The tour kicks-off on February 8th in British Columbia and then ends on the 1st of March in Nova Scotia. In advance of tour, Quan
has been in studio recording and collaborating like never before.
Recently he took over the Paramount Recording Studio in Los Angeles for a
week, with your favorite producers including Kenny Beats, Bizness Boi and more. WATCH HERE.
New Rich Homie Quan is coming. In the interim, see tour dates below.
Canadian Tour Dates: Feb 8th — Chilliwack, BC — Main Street Nightclub Feb 9th — Nanaimo, BC — The Queens Feb 10th — Kelowna, BC — Sapphire Club Feb 11th — Kamloops, BC — The Dutchhess Feb 13th — Calgary, AB — Marquee Feb 14th — Edmonton, AB — Union HHall Feb 15th — Regina, SK — The Owl Feb 16th — Saskatoon, SK — Louis Feb 20th — Toronto, ON — Revival Nightclub Feb 21st — Windsor, ON — Blanche Nightclub Feb 22nd — Whitby, ON — Dirty Martini Feb 23rd — Kingston, ON — Ale House Feb 24th — Ottawa, ON — Babylon Feb 25th — Hamilton, ON — Modrn Night Club Feb 26th — Quebec City — La Source Feb 28th — Moncton, NB — Tide & Boar Mar 1st — Halifax, NS — Toothy Moose
R&B Superstar, Teyana Taylor, brought in the New Year the right way giving fans a full show from latest project, K.T.S.E, at The Utopia NYE Soiree, in Atlanta, GA. Over 1,500 people joined together at the popular 787 Windsor festival grounds for a unique whimsical utopia experience designed by Vivian Compton, delicious food and crafted cocktails. Grammy-Award winning DJ KP The Great alongside of Sean Falyon, Decoteau, Ree De La Vega, DJ Milhouse and Unruely kept everyone on their feet all night long, fusing todays top hits and classic ATL songs. Hosts Millie and Paige Shari kept the energy going encouraging guests to end the year off with a bang.
The acclaimed all black orchestra, orchestra noir, performed a series of songs for guests upon arrival which added to the ambiance. Right before the clock struck 12, Teyana gave fans a sample of her sold out tour, performing her viral hit, “Are You Going To Love Me”. During this song, a lucky lady was proposed to by her boyfriend, in front of the entire party. After Teyana performed, LA Reid’s latest artist, Coca Vanga took to the stage to perform his hot song “Sauce All On Me”.
“Each year, we want to deliver not only an amazing event but a complete experience that entices all of your senses. We couldn’t be happier with how the event turned out! Over 1,500 people joined together to bring in the New Year with some of the hottest artists and DJ’s in the country. We are looking forward for what we have in store for 2020, to continue growing the Utopian Village brand”, Justin Cobb and Rufin Tshinanga, event producers, stated.
This past Saturday, Slim Jxmmi, of iconic rap duo, Rae Sremmurd, celebrated his birthday with a “Great Gatsby” themed affair in Atlanta. Held at MikeWillMadeIt’s private warehouse in West Atlanta, over 500 guests gathered in their most exquisite “Gatsby” inspired attire for a night to remember. Guests enjoyed lavish libations provided by Belaire and Martell Cognac, music by DJ Reese, DJ DIBIA$E and DJ Osh Kosh, soul-fusion inspired hors d’oeuvres by Keep it Chef NYC, live entertainment including an aerialist, greeter in a champagne glass dress and burlesque dancer in a martini glass. The decor was over-the-top including the infamous stair-scene with pool from the “Great Gatsby” movie, and an all gold room including gold fringe from the ceilings, gold balloons on the floor, a bath tub, shower and more for guests to take a picture provided by OMG Booth.
Many notable celebrities attended to help Jxmmi celebrate his birthday including: Swae Lee, Lil Yachty, YFN Lucci, Ian Connor, MikeWillMadeIt, Reginae Carter, Kap G, K Camp, Eearz, Rico Pressley, Bryan-Michael Cox, Sonny Digital, Ali of Travis Porter, Fat Man Key, Jhonni Blaze, Translee, Robiiworld, Kodie Shane, Akbar V, BHM (Born Hittmakers) and many more.
BIG K.R.I.T. OPENS UP ABOUT WHAT HE DOES IN HIS SPARE TIME, HIS APOLOGY TO HIS FATHER, DEPRESSION, SELF-CARE AND MORE
In support of “Pick Yourself Up” off the 2-song Double Down EP, released on December 7th, Big K.R.I.T. opens up about what he does in his spare time, his apology to his father, depression, self-care and how he picks himself up, during the “Pick Yourself Up and Silence The Shame” fireside chat with Shanti Das at the Gathering Spot in Atlanta, GA. The event was hosted by Martell on Thursday, December 6th.
In front of an audience of 250 fans, which reached capacity in 2 hours upon its announcement 2 days prior, fans enjoyed signature drinks provided by Martell which were named in support of Big K.R.I.T.’s surprise musical releases: “Glorious,” “Look What I Got,” “Higher” and the event’s inspiration “Pick Yourself Up.”
Big K.R.I.T. was surprised by the unexpected attendance of his 9th grade english teacher, who Big K.Ri.T. immediately jumps off the podium to hug, was the first to pop up.
Big K.R.I.T. and Shanti Das went on to take questions by the rest of the audience who would straight out recite his lyrics to him, spoke how his songs “got [them] through” and asked questions about inspiration behind songs such as “Soul Food” which was inspired by the passing of his grandmother. Watch a segment of the interview here:
Kicking off Art Basel on Thursday December 6, the XXXTentacion Foundation and EMPIRE will host the official SkinsAlbum Release Party at RC Cola Plant in Miami, FL.
The event is produced by SWARM and powered by 1AM. LiveXLive is set to livestream the concert for fans around the world. Tickets are $20 and a portion of the proceeds benefit local Florida organizations supporting homeless shelters, single mothers and at-risk youth. The livestream begins at 9pm. Media can submit an online application to cover the event HERE.
Primed to be a highlight of 2018’s Art Basel, this exclusive event both celebrates the arrival of the iconic artist’s third full-length album, Skins, and his enduring spirit. Meanwhile, the mega-anticipated album will be available everywhere at the stroke of midnight via Bad Vibes Forever and EMPIRE.
The party promises to be a night to remember, to say the least. Among many highlights, fans get the opportunity to hear the record first during an exclusive preview. To celebrate the song collaboration “One Minute” featuring Kanye West on XXXTentacion‘s Skins, YEEZY will debut a 3-piece merch capsule, printed on YEEZY blanks, featuring graphics by JJ Villard. In addition, Bravado curated a limited-edition collection inspired by the album, that will be exclusively available at the event. Attendees will also be able to pick up a special issue of Generation Xmagazine. The publication features an exclusive new interview with XXXTentacionand producer and co-executive producer of ? and Skins, John Cunningham. Not to mention, never-before-seen photos adorn the issue created, curated, and published by the artist’s team and Tiny Splendor. Building a truly immersive space, photo experiences allow attendees to capture unforgettable moments as Member’s Only’sDJ Scheme spins a tribute set for the evening’s soundtrack.
Rounding out the night, powerhouse producers DJ Carnage and London On Da Trak take the stage for a once-in-a-lifetime concert joined by some ofXXXTentacion’s biggest A-list supporters, admirers, collaborators and friends including Trippie Redd, Ski Mask the Slump God, PnB Rock, Matt Ox, Member’s Only and more!
Fueling anticipation further, the tracklisting for Skins has been uncovered today. A fitting swan song for the young legend, these ten tracks tap into the unbridled, unbreakable, and undeniable catharsis that endeared XXXTentacion to millions worldwide.
The glitchy choir of “Guardian angel” gives way to some of his most precise and potent rapping, hinging on rapid fire rhymes. Haunting piano burns against his emotive lyricism on the steamrolling of “Train food” as he offers up a detailed and diaristic confession, “I was lost.” “Staring at the Sky” snaps from an acoustic moan into a thunderous scream backed by drums from none other than blink-182’s Travis Barker. Over ominous guitars, Kanye West locks into a pummeling duet with XXXTentacion on the rap/rock mash-up “One Minute,” also featuring Barker’s percussive talents. Everything culminates on the delicate and dark dreamscape of “what are you so afraid of.” A faint acoustic murmurs beneath his soulful delivery on the final question, “What are you so afraid of? Is it love?”
Check out the full tracklisting of XXXTentacion’s transformative masterpiece below.
The single “BAD!” preceded the record, clocking over 150 million YouTube views to date. It also debuted at #16 on the Billboard Hot 100 and is pending RIAA gold certification. Adding on to a long list of awards and accolades this year,XXXTentacion, John Cunningham and X’s manager Solomon Sobande were honored in Variety Magazine’s 2018 Hitmaker issue for their work on “SAD!,” which is this year’s third most popular song according to BuzzAngle Music.
Skins showcases a true artist at the height of his powers only growing stronger. Feel it this week.
Have you ever wanted to work with a high-profile producer? Well here’s your chance!
This Tuesday DJ Holiday hosts this year’s ‘Beat Auction Atlanta,’ event where grammy winning/nominated producers such as – Zaytoven, Drummer Boy, Kenny Bartolomei (J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League), Anonxmous, Black Metaphor, J Beatzz and many others, will be auctioning their beats for a discounted rate.
Not only are artists getting a chance to break into the industry with quality production, but the evening will shine light on the Music Education Group – “A Non Profit Organization that was formed to bring music, film and digital media-based education to underserved youth and provide every child in Metro Atlanta with an equal opportunity for music education.”
Don’t miss this great opportunity obtain exclusive beats and gain more exposure to your music, all the while helping fund music education for the young community eager to learn more about the industry.
WHEN: 11/13/2018 – Tuesday
RSVP TO BEATAUCTION@TMI.WORLD for official Location & Time details!
Kap G is aiming to make change not only for his own Mexican heritage, but also for the millions of other minorities who greatly suffer from the personal attacks from the Trump Administration.
Thursday, November 1, 2018 — College Park native, Kap G, along with a few other local notable and proud Hispanic public figures hosted a very formal and inspiring panel discussion about what it’s like not only living as a minority in America, but as a Latino in America.
The 5 person panel in addition to Kap included: Former Billboard Magazine deputy editor, Isabel Gonzalez Whitaker; The President & CEO of the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Santiago Marquez; The founder of Trill Multicultural, Rolando Rodriguez; The founder of the Latino Community Fund, Gigi Pedraza; and the founder of JCM Ventures, Juan Carlos Mejia.
The hour long discussion followed after a brief networking period where Atlanta creatives could get to know each other while enjoying a variety of fresh tacos and an open bar.
Finally, as apart of the eventful night, guests watched the first official premiere of Kap’s most recent video, #ADayWithoutAMexican, which was shot just yards away from the Mexican border.
To say the least, the video and discussion left guests inspired to speak up and fight for their rights, and to also support other minorities in their fight for justice.
If you haven’t already, check out Kap G’s official video for #ADayWithoutAMexican below, and be sure to leave your thoughts below.
This past weekend 3,500 foodies, fashionistas, cultural enthusiasts, influencers and style-makers joined atThe Gathering Spot, Atlanta’s premiere private membership club, for the 5th Anniversary edition of Le Dîner en Blanc – Atlanta.
For this year’s milestone edition, Le Dîner en Blanc gave Atlantans a chance to showcase their classy taste for design and elegance, while sharing their gastronomic delights. World-renown for its photogenic moments, the Atlanta Le Dîner en Blanc was no exception, being held under the stars for an evening to remember.
On June 3rd, Le Diner en Blanc de Paris marked its 30th anniversary! A record 17,000 guests from Paris and around the world gathered at the Esplanade des Invalides to celebrate this historic moment. Since its Parisian beginning, Le Dîner en Blanc has become a global phenomenon and taken over 80 cities around the world such as New York, Miami, Sydney, Los Angeles, Singapore, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, London, Montreal, Hong Kong, and Nairobi.
Le Dîner en Blanc – Atlanta gratefully acknowledges La Fête du Rosé as an official local partner of this 5th anniversary edition of Le Dîner en Blanc – Atlanta, as well as Luxury Retreats and Sofitel as the 2018 Le Dîner en Blanc US national partners.
Gearing up for an amazing A3C week, A3C and ChooseATL hosted their 3rd annual ‘Welcome to ATL’ reception honoring Wyclef Jean, Jermaine Dupri and Rodney Carmichael. Over 250 guests gathered at the Loudermilk Conference Center for southern cuisine, crafted cocktails and live music by The Nourishment while celebrating the guests of honor.
A3C Director and Partner, Mike Walbert and ChooseATL Executive Director, Kate Atwood, opened up the evening with welcoming remarks, while event MC’s Royce Babble and Bria Janelle kicked off the awards ceremony. Media maven and longtime producer of Combat Jack’s radio show, A-King, presented renowned journalist of NPR, Rodney Carmichael, with the first-ever Combat Jack Storyteller Award. Next, music manager and executive Madeline Nelson, had the opportunity to present her client and business partner, Wyclef Jean, with the Social Impact Award; highlighting all of his philanthropic efforts not only in Haiti but worldwide. Concluding the award ceremony, legendary producer and DJ, Bryan Michael Cox, journeyed guests over two decades of friendship while honoring Jermaine Dupri with the Cultural Icon Award.
As the reception concluded Wyclef Jean made an impromptu performance alongside of The Nourishment, rapping lyrics to his hit song with the Fugees – “Fu Gee La”. Wyclef also jumped on various instruments such as the keyboard and drums, playing alongside the house band.
Following the “Welcome to ATL” reception, guests were invited out to Deep End for the official after party, with another guest performance by Wyclef Jean and his new artist Jazzy Amra.
“It was a special night for A3C and the city of Atlanta. We have to highlight and pay respect to the trailblazers in our culture, or we’ll lose sight of how we got here and where we need to go.” – Mike Walbert.
A3C Festival & Conference will be taking place in Atlanta all week long. To learn more info visit:www.a3cfestival.com
Launching A3C’s “Women in Charge” programming series, the Honorable Mayor Keisha Lance Bottomssat down with renowned culture journalist, Rembert Browne, for an intimate discussion sharing her journey into becoming the Mayor, from grade school until present day. This discussion, held at the A3C Festival & Conference headquarters, the Loudermilk Conference Center, invited all A3C attendees for a complimentary brunch buffet while learning more about the new Mayor of Atlanta.
Rembert asked a series of questions leading Mayor Bottoms into discussing a host of topics including her personal experiences now being a Black woman in power while still being able to identify with her community, a Black woman’s financial struggles to even make it and live in Atlanta and even touched on light hearted topics such as her surreal experience on being praised by top actor, Idris Elba, for winning the Mayoral race, even saying in the moment she couldn’t believe ‘Elba knew she was the Mayor of Atlanta’. Mayor Bottoms spoke very candid and open, connecting on a more personal level with guests on her journey.
“The Mayor’s Brunch was an important event for the city and hip-hop community. We watched Mayor Bottoms have a very genuine conversation with a fellow Atlanta native, Rembert Browne, about our city and the issues surrounding gentrification, competing on a national level and supporting culture. It was an honor to host Mayor Bottoms and it’s a conversation we hope to have annually at the A3C Festival & Conference,” Mike Walbert (A3C Director/Partner) states.
A3C’s Women In Charge series is intended to connect, inspire and educate women in the music industry through a series of events, panels, and sessions featuring some of hip-hop’s most influential and innovative women.
Women involved in this initiative include: Asya Shein (Fusicology, President), Dia Simms (Combs Enterprises, President), Dina Marto (Twelve Music & Studios, Owner & Founder), Ethiopia Habtemariam (Motown Records, President), Janee Bolden (BOSSIP, Managing Editor), Lola Plaku (Lola Media Group, CEO + Owner), Malita the Mogul (Mogul Mentality, Founder + CEO), Nicole Bilzerian (Interscope Geffen A&M, SVP Head of Urban Marketing), Nicole Wyskoarko (Interscope Geffen A&M, EVP Urban Operations), Phylicia Fant (Warner Bros Records, SVP Media + Special Projects), Uwonda Carter Scott (The Carter Law Firm, Attorney + Owner) and Whitney-Gayle Benta (Spotify, Head of Talent Relations).