Must See: Miami Beach Orange Drive Music Festival

Miami Beach + some of the biggest names in music. It doesn't get much better than the Orange Drive Music Festival happening Friday December 30th - Sunday January 1st. Ocean Drive between 7th and 9th will be packed with people and entertainment celebrating both the New Year and the Orange Bowl.

Here's the full schedule:

December 30 - 7:00pm
- Boys II Men
- Pete Wentz and The Black Cards
- Gym Class Heroes

December 31 - 9:00pm
- DJ Irie
- Jason Derulo
- Ne-Yo
- Jermaine Dupri (DJ Set)

Le Souk Harem Brings Sweet Smoke To SoHo

After much confusing with the closing/reopening of the Ave B and 4th st Le Souk, one would think opening a second location and adding the word "Harem" to the end wouldn't make a difference. However, I'd like to give that non-believer a shameful stare and say Marcus Jacob (owner of Le Souk, the original) may have confused his patrons by allowing his brother Sam Jacob to open a second location, Le Souk Harem, but he certainly hasn't disappointed them.

Interview: DJs Claudine DeSola and Micprobes Talk Music and Fashion

After 10 years of booking the hottest DJs for the hundreds of parties and events she has planned, Claudine DeSola's passion for music has manifested in an extraordinary way. We are lucky enough to host Claudine DeSola's first DJ Performance at Joonbug's Fashion Week Gala, this Saturday, February 13th. There, she will present her fashion inspired playlist, which she comprised by asking top designers such as YEOHLEE and Adam Lippes, what music sparks their creativity when designing their collection. Claudine's exclusive 30 minute set called "Inspiration Played" will appear on and after its premiere at Joonbug's Fashion Week Party.

The Most Random Tour Ever

Fall Out Boy. Metro Station. Cobra Starship. 50 Cent.
No, that is not a typo.

The controversial rapper is taking a break from his Rick Ross feud to be a part of Fall Out Boy’s Believers Never Die Part Deux tour this spring. The rapper hopes to broaden his fan base (a.k.a. fuel the feud with Rick Ross even more) as well as make music history. .

"Joining forces with Fall Out Boy, one of the most dynamic rock bands in the industry, will be an exciting and historic event for rock and hip-hop,” 50 stated in a recent interview with MTV. "This is a chance for me to bring my music not only to hip-hop fans, but to a broader music audience."

Featured Artist Profile: Cobra Starship

Cobra Starship
Genre: Alternative Pop, Rock

“That’s how you know you’ve made it when a marching band plays your song.” – Gabe (Vocals)

Taking their name from words written on the backs of Gabe Saporta’s favorite vintage jackets, the band burst onto the scene with the catchy "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)." The song, which featured Saporta performing alongside Maja Ivarsson of (The Sounds), Travis McCoy (Gym Class Heroes), and William Beckett (The Academy Is...) was the lead track off the remix-heavy soundtrack for August 2006's horror comedy, Snakes on a Plane, starring Samuel L. Jackson. Its video hit the MTV airwaves that July and featured cameos from Jackson and Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz. Meanwhile, Cobra Starship continued working on a full-length album of their own.