KillerHipHop is proud to be sponsoring its first event in New York City on October 4th at 8 pm. Game 7 Music Group & The Block Brothers present - I Got The Juice Showcase. This marvelous event will be hosted by King Celeb & KillerHipHop’s Lady Lana. Music by KillerHipHop’s own, DJ Eric Kidd.
This showcase has been established to bring aspiring up & comers to take the stage and show us “Who got the juice!”.
Performers: L. Casino, E-NAST, Gabbie Giftsz, Beats By KillerHipHop Winner - Freekstile, & Fueg
The winner will win a grand prize which will include a winning post on KHH, studio time, photoshoot, cash prize & much more!
Special Guest Judge, Danny McLean, from The Source Magazine and Entertainment PR, Lola Sims, will be there & many more surprises.
Other sponsers include @Tailorednoir and I Am Now Filmz
Event will be held at the WXYZ Lounge at the aloft in New York City. (2296 Fredrick Douglass Blvd. NY, NY)
If you want to know where you can get tickets or more information, leave a comment below or e-mail gamesevenmg[at]gmail[dot]com
This event will bring great opportunity to anyone who would love to develop a great networking system and it also comes with great music by talented up-and-comers.
We better see all the KillerHipHop fans there or BE SQUARED!
From the creators of the HBCU Follow Train, this project of pure genius is a first ever in the History of Mixtapes. The purpose of the #HBCUmixtape is to help showcase the talents of the many HBCU (Historically black colleges and universities) artists across the Nation.
DJ Burn & King Celeb help introduce & deliver the true essence of the HBCU sound to the world and many of their educated facilities. This 42 track mixtape is a great stepping stone to showcase the talent of many HBCU students.
The King Celeb sat down with Denzil Porter for an interview on Money Train TV. Denzil Porter is an up-and-coming NYC cat who has built a strong buzz within the hip-hop game. He recently opened up for 360 at Webster Hall. King Celeb played some billiards with Mr. Porter as they chopped it up.
Denzil Porter talks about why he changed his name change, his track “Kanye West”, Home Made Music, and more. He also touch base on building up his buzz. Denzil Porter showcases his talent with a freestyle, as well.
by Eric Kidd
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On August 19th – Up-and-coming Harlem Natives, The Block Brothas – will be releasing their new LP entitled, “The Invitation To H-Town” But they aren’t talking about Houston or SoHo. They’re speaking about the great area of Harlem. The new H-town. This King Celeb hosted LP features LonLon, The Weekend, Vertical Horizon & more.
Trust my word when I say these guys are up next.
Check out “The Invitation To H-Town” Artwork after the jump