If you're excited for Miami Music Week it's about to get EVEN better. When dance music aficionados gather together to celebrate the best events and shows in sunny South Beach, things heat up before the party even starts. With that said, Robbie Rivera has announced the phase one lineup for his famed Juicy Beach party which is going down March 21st at Miami's world famous, Nikki Beach. Always one of the best events during WMC, not only is Juicy Beach a staple in the party scene but this year's event is going to be jam packed with steller talent.
In 2011, A$AP Rocky (born Rakim Mayers) was a primitive name in the hip-hop scene. Just starting out back then, the 24-year-old MC received high acclaim when he put out his first mixtape Live.Love.A$AP, an impressive introduction. Now, his name is being celebrated for his work on his major label debut, Long.Live.A$AP.
In a recent interview, he told MTV News, "This album is more advanced; it's like [I] graduated," while comparing it to his mixtape. "It took me a year to do it, so everything I've been going through — as far as life inspiration — is all from within this past year after I got my record deal. Live.Love.A$AP [is life] before the record deal and Long.Live.A$AP is after the deal."
Santos Party House welcomes back Electric Beach resident, dBerrie along with opening set by Live City. Since his regular gigs at Santos, dBerrie has turned his musical career into something more. From DJing celeb parties to the dance floors in Ibiza, he's ready to bring down the House this Saturday, January 19th!
If you've ever witnessed a dBerrie set, you know it's filled with his distinctive DJ and production style in which he focuses heavily on the breadth of musical genres on which he was raised to craft his progressive house tracks. Not only have his records gained support from heavyweights such as Tiesto, David Guetta, Fedde Le Grand, Paul Oakenfold, Ferry Corsten, Sidney Samson, Deniz Koyu, and Swanky Tunes, he also has releases on Ultra Records. His most recent release, “Voices” (Flamingo Recordings), was featured on Tiesto’s “Club Life” Episode 280.
Well, the rumors proved to be true and just like that Justin Timberlake has moved right back into the music world almost like he never left. Through his homepage he offered an open letter to his fans and officially announced his new album, The 20/20 Experience due out later this year.
Shortly after announcing he'll be dropping a new album, the singer has released his first new track, "Suit and Tie," featuring HOV himself, Jay-Z and was also produced by Timbaland. It's very Timberlake. You know, a reintroduction to that R&B flow that showcases his infectious white boy swag, which comes so naturally for the Tennassee native. It's soulful, dreamy, and has an amazing beat.
STK, the luxe steakhouse located inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, is ready to get things amped in the New Year. The resto has prepared a fierce DJ line-up for its weekly industry Appreciation Dinner Party, “Magnum Mondays: Because Size Matters.”
Charli XCX's latest video is pretty rad. The brassy singer's new single "You (Ha Ha Ha)" takes us through what seems to be a party in a gun factory of girls donning 90s clad duds and platform sneakers a la The Spice Girls circa 1997.This chick proves to be on the cusp of cool and takes her sampling of electronic producer Gold Panda's "You" on her level of pop.
Overall, we're loving the song and the rave-esque fashion. Looks like we're about to sport fishnets and some cool printed spandex pants and we're good to go! Check out the vid below and stay tuned for the official single to drop on February 10th.
London-born singer and songwriter, Jessie Ware has already sparked some buzz in her native U.K. with her highly acclaimed debut album 'Devotion.' She's now ready to do the same in the U.S. with the release of her debut EP 'If You're Never Gonna Move' out on January 15 on Cherrytree Records/Interscope. The British beauty is also setting out on a U.S. tour playing sold out shows in NYC, LA, and San Francisco.
The EP features Ware’s first U.S. single, “If You’re Never Gonna Move,” (plus a remix), two tracks from the Mercury Prize-nominated Devotion, and a cover of Bobby Caldwell’s “What You Won’t Do For Love.”