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You may remember Anoop Desai as a top 6 finalist on season 8 of American Idol. Â A fan favorite, show judge Randy deemed him “Anoop Dogg”, a nickname that stuck with the Pop/R&B singer-songwriter. Â He recently released a cover of Usher’s “Climax”. Â Could this be the Indian Usher? Listen for yourself:
Wednesday, May 25th, 2011 at
Last night Atlanta hosted the premiere of the highly anticipated movie Hangover2. This has been a movie that has been the talk of the town since the trailer debuted a couple months ago. So now that the moment has finally arrived, all of the who’s who of Atlanta came out to support the event which was hosted by Ricky Smiley.
The premiere was held at the infamous Regal Cinema Atlanta Station, Atlanta’s favorite celebrities Roger Bobb, Demetria McKinney, Sheree Whitfield, Takeo Spikes, Anoop Desai, Rodney Perry, Elle Duncun, Ryan Cameron, Kesha Cameron, Frank Ski and many more!
Now I have to say after watching the movie, you guys HAVE to go out and support the movie it, was definitely rev’d to the max. They literally pushed the envelop in every way with this film, having you questioning the future of where cinema is going. But nevertheless you are going laugh your a** off. READ MORE
Wednesday, April 20th, 2011 at
What can I say Shanti Das did it again. ATL LIve was yet again another smash hit. I always make it my business to attend this musical event because I always leave with a feeling of renewal. Every month Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols constantly hit us with classic and timeless artist that have the innate ability to speak to our hearts and souls. That’s the epic essence of R&B music, it isn’t geared towards any particular group of people. You can visit every country abroad where the english language is foreign and find the people reciting R&B lyrics. The words and melodies have the power of speaking directly to your spirit and you have complete understanding of the concept of the song.
The most exciting and memorable part of the night was gearing towards the end when Ms. Kelly Price asked Q Parker (112) to come on stage to join her in a duet to sing the Ronald Isley verse of the classic hit “Friend Of Mine”. All I can say is you definitely had to be in the house to understand the emotions we were all experiencing. #KeepSakeMemory