MG2 Group Agency & Big Moe Productions Presents Massari at Moomba Supperclub, Saturday, February 16 | Présente Massari au Moomba Supperclub, Laval Quebec

Massari

MG2 Booking Agency and Big Moe Productions, presents Massari at Moomba Supperclub, Laval (QC). Massari will be performing his hit and certified gold single Brand New Day and Be Easy. Tickets are 15 $ and can be purchased by email tickets@mg2management.com, call 514.358.4098 or 514.560.3766. The event is located at 1780 av. Pierre Péladeau, Laval, Quebec H7T 2Z1.

MG2 Booking Agency et de Big Moe Productions, présente Massari au Moomba Supperclub, Laval (QC). Massari performera ses succès et son nouveau single, certifié Or Brand New Day et Be Easy. Les billets sont 15 $ et peuvent être achetés par email tickets@mg2management.com, appelez le 514.358.4098 ou 514.560.3766. L’événement est situé au 1780 av. Pierre Péladeau, Laval, Québec H7T 2Z1.

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Massari – Brand New Day,  September 7, 2012 / le 7 septembre 2012

Massari – Be Easy,  May 8, 2012 / le 8 mai 2012
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Masterclass February 24, 2012, hosted by Malik Shaheed with artist Jennifer Meade, Karl Wolf’s manager Pascal Malkoun, Lyricist Albert Chambers February 24 at | Malik Shaheed votre hôte pour le Masterclass du 24 février 2013 avec Jennifer Meade chanteuse, le gérant de Karl Wolf, Pascal Malkoun et l’écrivain Albert Chambers au Studio Basebin Montreal

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Sunday, February 24, 2013 Malik Shaheed will be hosting the second Vocalist Masterclass with the participation of : the artist Jennifer Meade,  Karl Wolf’s manager Pascal Malkoun and music producer Albert Chambers,. The Participants will learn the role of a manager. How to work with a music producer and beat makers. How to make a hit song, secret and Techniques of Professional Singers. This Event will provide you with registration & networking, a vocal workshop, a management workshop, a production workshop and a performance workshop. Tickets available are now available on the following website www.malikshaheed.com. This event will take place at 372-124 Ste Catherine Ouest. Montréal, Québec from 12 PM to 6 PM.

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Votre hôte Malik Shaheed vous présente la deuxième édition de cours de chants Masterclass dimanche, le 24 février 2013 . Au menu un atelier de chant et de gestion artisttique avec l’artiste Jennifer Meade, le gérant de Karl Wolf, Pascal Malkoun et producteur de musique, Albert Chambers. Les participants vont apprendre le rôle du gérant d”artiste. Comment travailler avec un producteur de musique. Comment créer une chanson et découvrir les secrets des vocalistes professionnels. Cet évènement vous donnera accès à l’ inscription et Réseautage. De plus vous profitrez d’un atelier de chant professionnel, de Gérance, de production et de Performance. Les billets sont disponibles dès maintenant au www.malikshaheed.com. L’événement prendra place au studio basebin, 372-124 Ste Catherine Ouest. Montréal, Québec de 12h à 18h.

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Youth Stars Foundation – Fondation Jeunes Étoiles, Jeunesse J’écoute with your host Malik Shaheed, artist Shaharah Sinclair and Purpsy Purps for the Black History Month Feb. 2 | Malik Shaheed and Nelly Furtado Interview January 31st, 2013

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Youth Stars Foundation and Jeunesse J’écoute presents Black History Tour at LaurenHill Academy, February 12, 2012. A cultural diveristy event with your hist Malik Shaheed, singer Shaharah and Purpsy Purpse. Malik Shaheed will be telling the youth why they should not be saying  “ni**er” , and talking about contributions of blacks to our society.

Black History Month History: Black History Month had its beginnings in 1926 in the United States, when historian Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Black Community, Life and History announced the second week of February to be “Black History Week”. This week was chosen because it marked the birthday of both Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass.Woodson created the holiday with the hope that it eventually be eliminated when black history became fundamental to American history.Black History Week was met with enthusiastic response; it prompted the creation of black history clubs, an increase in interest among teachers, and interest from progressive whites. Black History Week grew in popularity throughout the following decades, with mayors across the United States endorsing it as a holiday.

In 1976, the federal government acknowledged the expansion of Black History Week to Black History Month by the leaders of the Black United Students at Kent State University in February of 1969. The first celebration of Black History Month occurred at Kent State in February of 1970.Six years later during the bicentennial, the expansion of Black History Week to Black History Month was recognized by the U.S. government. Gerald Ford spoke in regards to this, urging Americans to “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history. Black History Month was first celebrated in the United Kingdom in 1987. This establishment of Black History Month is generally attributed to the work of Ghanaian analyst Akyaaba Addai-Sebo, as well as the Greater London Council. In 1995, after a motion by politician Jean Augustine, Canada’s House of Commons officially recognized February as Black History Month. In 2008, Senator Donald Oliver moved to have the Senate officially recognize Black History Month, which was unanimously approved.

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Fondation Jeunes Étoiles et Jeunesse J’écoute présente l’histoire des Noirs la tournée à LaurenHill Academy. Le 12 février, 2012. Un événement de diversité culturelle avec votre hôte Malik Shaheed, la chanteuse Shaharah et le chanteur Purpsy Purpse. Malik Shaheed va expliquer aux jeunes pourquoi ils ne devraient pas dire  le mot “nègre”, et parler de la contribution des noirs à notre société.

L’histoire du mois des Noirs: l’histoire des Noirs a fait ses débuts en 1926 aux États-Unis, où l’historien Carter G. Woodson et l’Association pour l’étude de la vie et de l’histoire de nègre s’est annoncé la deuxième semaine de février pour devenir «Semaine de l’histoire nègre». Cette semaine a été choisie parce qu’elle marque l’anniversaire de deux d’Abraham Lincoln et de Frederick Douglass. Woodson a créé cet semaine avec l’espoir qu’il finit par être éliminés l’histoire des Noirs est devenir fondamentale pour l’histoire américaine. La semaine de l’histoire des noira a été accueillie avec enthousiasme, elle a suscité la création de clubs d’histoire des noirs, un regain d’intérêt chez les enseignants, et les intérêts des Blancs progressistes. La semaine de l’histoire des noirs a gagné en popularité au cours des décennies suivantes, avec les maires à travers les États-Unis qui ont décider de l’endosser comme un jour férié.

En 1976, le gouvernement fédéral a reconnu l’expansion de la Semaine de l’histoire des Noirs à l’histoire des Noirs par les dirigeants de United Students pour les noirs à Kent State University en février 1969. La première célébration du Mois de l’histoire des Noirs a eu lieu à Kent State en février 1970. Six ans plus tard, lors du bicentenaire, l’expansion de la Semaine de l’histoire des Noirs à l’histoire des Noirs a été reconnu par le gouvernement américain. Gerald Ford a parlé en ce qui concerne cela, invitant des Américains à «saisir l’occasion d’honorer les réalisations trop souvent négligés des Noirs américains dans chaque domaine d’activité tout au long de notre histoire. Black History Month a été célébrer pour la première fois au Royaume-Uni en 1987. Cet établissement de l’histoire du Mois de Noirs est généralement attribuée au travail de l’analyste ghanéenne Akyaaba Addai-Sebo, ainsi que le Conseil du Grand Londres. en 1995, après un mouvement par le politicien Jean Augustine, Maison des communes du Canada. Le mois de février a officiellement reconnu l’histoire des Noirs. en 2008, le sénateur Donald Oliver propose que le Sénat reconnaisse officiellement le Black History Month, qui a été approuvé à l’unanimité.

Malik-NellyFurtado Malik Shaheed & Nelly Furtado, January 31st, 2013

Nelly Furtado Compliments Malik Shaheed on his interview January 31st, 2013

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Jeremih Biography | EveAccess Drop March 10, 2012 | Late Night Mixtape


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Jeremih Felton 23-year-old rapper has planted his own flag among the glittering banner acts at Def Jam: “I feel like I’m on the best label I could be on; I’m not intimidated by anyone musically, and I’m honored and inspired by the artists around me. There were a lot to choose from, a lot of labels were interested in a short period of time, but I didn’t get this far by making bad decisions. And to be blessed with L.A. Reid’s thoughts and even his critiques, I couldn’t ask for anything more.”

So the stage is set for Jeremih’s sophomore album, All About You, dropping September 28th. The singer/ rapper/producer/multi-instrumentalist has again aligned with producer Mick Schultz to deliver eleven songs long on sophistication, sex appeal, and even some old soul. “Mick and I have a great chemistry; we entered the game together, and we have albums’ worth of music,” Jeremih imparts. “I want him to get known too; I’m not selfish like this has to be the Jeremih show. This album is a great showcase for his ability as well as my own. Once people hear this album, others will recognize what I recognized in him and reach out for more of what we create.”

What they create is a sonic palate ranging from subtle savoir-faire to unapologetic, house-shaking climax. First single “I Like,” featuring labelmate Ludacris and co-written by Keith James, is pure babymaking bliss. Jeremih’s uncanny falsetto wends into Ludacris’ irresistible, irrepressible flow, bobbing and weaving with Schultz’s bubbly, scaled-back rhythm. Elsewhere, the titular track is a languid 4/4 offset by sawing high-octave synth riffs. But Jeremih’s vocals, smacking of a young Michael, steal the show. Rare is a falsetto this controlled, this textured, this evocative. Listen for it also on “Take Off,” what Jeremih terms a relationship record told from the lesser-heard male point of view: “Guys have feelings too, guys get hurt, and this record expresses that. There’s a point when we feel like we’ve done enough in trying to work this out, and now it’s best if I take off for the both of us. I can say I been there, but I also hear this from a lot of peers. Women can relate to it too, even if it’s not from their perspective.”

“Down on Me” featuring 50 Cent is a supersmash in the waiting. 50 unleashes an insistent, machine-gun flow, while Jeremih contorts himself through some outrageous vocal acrobatics. His voice, spiced with an island cadence, bends and stretches about one of the nastiest hooks R&B has seen in quite some time. “Down on Me” is definitely a song to be up on. “I’ve always respected 50 and always wanted to work with him,” Jeremih notes. “I wanted to reach out to a couple artists who could bring to the table what I know I do.”
Jeremih doesn’t lack for confidence. Nor should he. A native of the unforgiving Southside Chicago ―“a city full of talent”― streets, Jeremih kept to a positive path, honing his prodigious musical chops on saxophone, drums, and piano. He graduated high school a year early and enrolled at the University of Illinois as a prospective engineering major. Bookworm by day, beatmaker by night. “I write off beats,” Jeremih reveals. “I’m a producer myself, that’s how I thought I’d initially get into the game. After a while, I just got to writing to the beats. And at the time, I was rapping, not singing.” Indeed, the U of I campus couldn’t hold Jeremih; he transferred to Columbia College, one of Chicago’s preeminent creative schools.

“That’s where I met Mick Schultz and started vibing with him,” he continues, “And began singing over his beats, because that’s what a lot of his stuff called for at the time. But singing and rapping both came natural; that stemmed from playing instruments growing up. Playing the piano taught me how to sing, or at least how to sound out, reach, and hold notes.”

Jeremih holds notes, and court, on All About You. The album has a depth, a sense of growth, an exploratory side. “The Five Senses” is a slow, sultry firestarter featuring Jeremih’s peerless tone. Then there’s “Broken Down,” full of ominous piano chords and cadenced like a frozen moment in jazz or soul lore. And “Holding On,” the subsequent track: “After being broken down, you gotta keep holding on,” Jeremih affirms. “It’s about trying to see the future when you’re going through something in the moment that’s getting you down. I played this for my Grandpops and a lot of older listeners and they really responded to it. I’m proud of this song and how far I’ve come as an artist.”

Jeremih has other reasons to be proud. Concurrent with his album release, he’ll be appearing on the second season of BET’s popular series, Rising Icons. Icons, presented by Grey Goose vodka, pulls back the curtains and chronicles the lives of rising stars, both at home and on tour. Jeremih will share the spotlight with fast risers such as J. Cole, Estelle, Laura Izibor, and B.O.B. Elsewhere, he’s been honing his pen game for other ballyhooed newcomers, including Jenna Andrews, for whom he and Mick wrote “Tumblin’ Down,” her debut single on Island Records. “I write what I feel, and with the pitch of my voice, I can write for a man or a woman,” he states. “My voice just has the ability to do a lot of different things.”

Speaking of different things, fans yearning for even more Jeremih can cop the Deluxe version of All About You, available via iTunes and featuring several tracks not on the physical CD. Expect also a Jeremih mixtape, on which the young star does as much spitting as singing: “I rapped a little on my last album with ‘Raindrops,’ and people asked ‘Who was that?’ Now, I have some new stuff that I went hard on that just didn’t fit with the theme of this album. So I’m looking forward to the mixtape to let people see that side of me. A lot of singers try to do it, and it can either A) turn all your fans away like ‘You need to stick to singing, fam’ or B) get you respect as being able to do both. I can put rhyme to a melody and have it accepted.”

It’s been a whirlwind couple years for Jeremih, first setting the Midwest ablaze with his indy anthem “My Ride,” following that up with the RIAA-certified platinum “Birthday Sex,” a nomination for an American Music Award, and now, an imminent sophomore album. “I’ve almost traveled the world in a year, and that’s an amazing experience. I now know what to expect this time around. When I do shows, I perform every song off the last album. People still want to hear those songs live, and those are from a year ago. So I’m excited to see the response to this material.” Jeremih recognizes that without his dedicated fans, none of these amazing experiences would be possible. That is why, on September 28th, he would like to tell each and every one of them it’s “All About You”.

Jeremih EveAccess shoutout & Spring Fling March 10, 2012 at Olympia of Montreal

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Ricky Jay Biography & Do It Official Video

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With a world of talent and big dreams, belongs to a new breed of
artists who know no creative boundaries. Within his contagious array
of unique and hardworking ability, Jay has managed to boldly rattle
ground throughout the eastern united states.

Jay first broke out in the entertainment industry (in 2006) when he
was being sought after both by Lou Pearlman of Transcontinental
Records (responsible for signing N’sync, Backstreet boys, and Britney
Spears) and Christian Dio of Caliber Records (who has done remixes
Michael Jackson and Mary J. Blige) for a spot in the mix of their
projects they were both working on separately. After much prayer he
decided to work with Dio of Caliber Records in a boy band called
UNITED. Through that time he was able to meet and work with people
such as Andrea Martin (song writer/voice coach who has worked with
Whitney Houston and Mariah Cary) and Glenn Douglas Packard (one of
Britney Spear’s choreographers). Even though the boy band project
folded due to some personal choices of some of the band members, his
career continued to rise, with breakthrough performances that have
broke down barriers for small-town boys everywhere.

In 2008, Jay left the entertainment market and began pushing his
success in other avenues as he took leave for a church mission trip.
Through that he has gained a better out look on life, become more
confident in his own talent and abilities, and fully realized the
blessings that are in store for putting God first. Now with Ricky back
on track to pursue his passions, he is in hopes of landing a record
deal , but in the mean time works as an independent artist to make
ends meet. (Jay’s song writing abilities and vocal range have proved
to be one of inspirational notice.) His his hip hop dance moves and
stage presence that is sure to catch your eye.

Ricky Jay continues to accomplish what the entertainment industry
throws at him. He has successfully pushed his dent into the
entertainment industry, inspiring noise on many levels. Recently in
2011, Ricky had the honors of opening up for, grammy nominee, J. Cole
on his college wide tour and is getting Radio Buzz in the south-east.
In addition, at the end of March the “Make It Happen” album was
released, which can be found on Itunes. On top of that, Ricky has also
blasted to the top as a R&B nominee in the 2012 Carolina Music Awards.
Whatever it is required, he creates it & makes things happen. Steadily
rising as a music luminary, giving proof to the dream that living what
you love can become a reality.

Ricky Jay Do It, Published on Jan 4, 2013. Buy this song on Itunes. https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/do-it-single/id590959195. Song written by Rickey Jarman (ASCAP). Music by Ray J.

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Andrew Perrie Biography

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Andrew Perrie has been involved in music since he was 10 years old when, he picked up his first guitar, and set of drum sticks. Andrew was the front man of Flateline Endings, and alternative rock band in the 2000’s, opening up for GOB, Not By Choice, and Cancer Bats. After the bands demise in 2009, Andrew still decided to pursue his dream in music. Singing along with Toronto’s finest, Andrew is with Class 21 Entertainment. and has a lot to look forward to in 2013. Working with Lil Jaxe and Captain Hooks. Andrew has done a music video for Much Music with Captain Hooks called Don’t Stop, he also has a youtube channel, “AndrewPerrie”. Please follow him on twitter @AndrewPerrie, and like his www.facebook.com/andrewperriemusic.

Captain Hooks Don’t Stop, produced by  T-Minus featuring Andrew Perrie. Released  November 10, 2009

Andrew Perrie – Where Did You Go released May 3, 2012

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Follow Andrew Perrie on Souncloud https://soundcloud.com/andrew-whatisthisgarbage-perrie/where-did-you-go-master
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Hustle Cartel, So Hypnotik Entertainment & Volyoum Enterprise present Ace Hood in Montreal at Telus Theater December 22, 2012 – sponsored by Lunetz, MG2, Ammer Hammer, more

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Hustle Cartel, So Hypnotik Entertainment & Volyoum Enterprise are proud to presents: Ace Hood – Respect The Hustle Tour Live in Montreal at Theatre Telus, December 22, 2012. With Opening acts: Nyce, Monalisa & T-Money and music by DJ CRK & DJ A.Z. Tickets in advanced are $30, for regular admission it is $35 and VIP Meet & Greet $100. You can buy tickets at Telus Theater on 1280 Rue Saint-Denis, Montreal www.theatretelus.com. Luntetz (www.lunetz.com) on 4269 Saint-Denis, Montreal H2J 2K9 and call 514.564.1924. Punto N Aparte at 3830 Notre-Dame, Laval or on 249 Boul Des Laurentides, Laval and call 450-663-9644. Contact your local Promoter(s): Volyoum and call 514-961-1022 and follow him on Twitter: @VolyoumTWEETS. Mak A. call 514.975.5334 and email mak.alameddine@facebook.com. Ammer Hammer, follow him on twitter @ammerhammer, add him on FaceBook and on BBM: pin:290BCFAE, Farah S, call her at 514-909-3713 or on BBM: 2A32A0F9For any further information please do not hesitate to contact the Info-Line: 514-569-2334 or E-mail: volyoum@live.ca. Volyoum Enterprise “Your Pleasure is Our Treasure.”
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