Last night, Shanti Das and Marlon Nicholsâ€™ ATL LIVE ON THE PARK hosted by Kenny Burns ended their second season with an evening of powerhouse performances. R&B singer Lil Moâ€™ headlined the show, singing several favorites (â€œSuperwoman,â€ â€œ4Everâ€) as well as new tracks from her independent album “P.S. I Love Me”.I this was my first time ever seeing and hearing Lil Mo and I have to tell yall she killed it. Durning the show she talked about how much she loved Heavy D and showed us although she’s been in the game for over 10 years she still got it.
Here’s videos of her speaking on Heavy D – – P.S. she is one of those celebs that love her fans…
After the show I got to catch up with Mr Hines who I am a big fan of Â leaving with the lovely Dondria…
Def Jam artist Luke James wowed the crowd with a stunning voice and heartfelt performance of his single â€œI Want You.â€ 90â€™s R&B group Soul4Real paid a musical tribute to their late mentor and producer Heavy D, while So So Def/Epic newcomer Brandon Hines â€“introduced by Jermaine Dupri â€“ gave the crowd a taste of his Marvin Gaye-like vocals.
Additional attendees included, Dave Hollister, Chaka Zulu, Roger Bobb, Demetria McKinney, Devyne Stephens, Ronnie Devoe, Peter Thomas and many more. Here are all the pic’s and videos. READ MORE
Chambord Vodka and Gentleman Jack along with Verse Simmonds, Jovan Dais and Demetria McKinney were recently all on board to support Breast Cancer Awareness at ATL Live on the Park at Park Tavern. Hosted by Kenny Burns with DJ Salah Ananse on the 1â€™s and 2â€™s, ATL Live proved to be a hit yet again for these young emerging artists. READ MORE
Last night, Judy and Michael Mauldin of R&B Hip Hop 4 Humanity along with Bentley Atlanta and The Atlantan hosted the star-studded â€œA Night to Rememberâ€ fundraiser and tribute to fashion pioneer Bethann Hardison and the late designer Willi Smith at Atlantaâ€™sÂ Atlantic Station. “A Night to Remember” starts off Atlanta’s celebration of Fashion’s Night Out on September 8th. All proceeds from “A Night to Remember” will benefit the Mauldin Scholarship Fund at Savannah College of Art & Design, as well as Invisible Beauty, a documentary by Bethann Hardison.
Model Tyson Beckford and WSB TVâ€™s Jovita Moore were the MCs of the fundraiser, which included a performance by singer Kenny Lattimore, a presentation to Hardison and Smith, and a runway show featuring model and tv personality Cynthia Bailey.
Interior designer Michael Habachy of HGTVâ€™s â€œDesign Warsâ€ turned the loft space above Z Gallerie into a white wonderland with multi-colored lighting.
The fashion show was real nice and a ton of celebs came out including: Actress Jasmine Guy, former model Gail Oâ€™Neill, Anna Maria Horsford, Toya & Memphitz Wright, Trina & Towanda Braxton, Tameka Raymond (one of the showâ€™s stylists), attorney/Real Housewivesâ€™ Phaedra Parks, singer/songwriter Crystal Nicole, choreographer Andrea Kelly, singer Dondria, entrepreneur Peter Thomas, Derek Blanks, Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall, Roger Bobb, Kenny Burns (V103) all came out to support “A Night to Remember.”
I had the chance to talk to Toya & Memphitz and they were telling me how they were in LA and be on the watch for big things from them!
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
Grey Goose Vodka served as the official sponsor for the American Black Film Festivalâ€™s Buzz Party in Atlanta, Georgia hosted by Jeff Friday, Will Packer, Roger Bobb, Kenny Burns and Chauncey Hamlett last night. The Worldâ€™s Best Tasting Vodka brought out celebrities and tastemakers to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the film festival, which will be taking place in Miami, Florida this summer.
Guests had the opportunity to mingle and sip on cocktails featuring the delicious flavors of La Poire (pear), Lâ€™Orange (orange) and Citron (lemon) in addition to the original flavor while enjoying the sophisticated and posh atmosphere created by Grey Goose at Luxe Lounge.