26 Mar 2013
K. Foxx grew up surrounded by the sounds of the streets and the creative energy of New York City. She honed her talents as a dancer while attending the prestigious Professional Performing Arts High School in New York City. Studying with the world renowned Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre she knew her path was toward the world stage.
21 Feb 2013
Celebrities definitely turned out in numbers for All-Star weekend 2013.
Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Hart, Lala Anthony, Monica Brown, Rick Ross, Chris Brown,DJ Khaled,Beyonce, J.Cole, Jay Z, Nas, Diddy, and Lebron James are just couple of people who ere in attendance.
Check out pics from the weekends events below:
24 Dec 2012
Consequence is an accomplished rapper, songwriter, producer, fashionista & video director who’s worked in the music business for over 2 decades. His first endeavor was performing and writing 7 records on A Tribe Called Quest’s “Beats, Rhymes & Life” which debuted #1 on Billboard 100 and Top R&B/Rap Charts.
In 2004, Consequence was featured on Kanye West’s “College Dropout” which debuted #2 on Billboard 200 and won the Grammy for “Best Rap Album”. After the completion of the West’s “School Spirit” Tour, Consequence released his critically acclaimed Retail Mixtape “Take’em To The Cleaners” which garnered the attention of Sony Urban Music. By 2005, Consequence had signed to Sony Music/Columbia Records and appeared on West’s sophomore LP “Late Registration” on the fan favorite which also features Cam’Ron. Cons was also commissioned to appear on EA’s “Fight Night”.After months in the studio and touring with West, Consequence teamed up with DJ Khaled, West and Legend to release the single “Grammy Family” which garnered a MTV World premiere.
Prince Ea, the man responsible for groundbreaking songs like “Smoking Weed With the President” and “The Brain”, joined Straight Fresh recently for an in depth conversation about his career, politics, the state of hip-hop and more. To check out the interview, as well as the exclusive a capella verse Prince Ea dropped for Straight Fresh, hit the cut.
Straight Fresh: Thank you for taking the time to interview, I know everyone at Straight Fresh really appreciates it. This first question is for the people who are reading this interview that don’t really know about you. Want to just tell us a little about yourself – who is Prince Ea?
Prince Ea: Sure, sure, sure…man, Prince Ea is a young rapper from St. Louis, Missouri. Very lyrical, very introspective…very innovative. I kinda built most of my fan base through digital media and digital marketing. Um, you know, putting out viral videos, um, developing a really loyal fan base with like a lot of political, a lot of socially conscious songs, in the beginning. And then I kinda expanded to more relatable type of music, still me, still introspective, but I expanded…I made an expansion.
As far as my accolades go, last year I was named the best hip-hop artist in St. Louis by one of our biggest, by the biggest newspaper down here. I’ve been in Vibe Magazine; I was the first rapper to be in Discover Magazine, Science Magazine. Um, man, the list kinda goes on and on. I’ve performed with Ludacris, Busta Rhymes, DJ Khaled. Most of my fans have been garner for my digital presence, so I have over 13 million views online. So yeah man, that’s pretty much me in a nutshell. I’m a guy, I’m a normal guy, that kinda wants to, I want to change the scope of music, not even just hip hop, so I put out a lot of innovative material. So that’s just me, man.