Pleasantly placed in the heart of Miami’s art district, the Wynwood Brewing Company was established with one mission: “To create a work of art in every glass”. And that goal has culminated in the creation of some of the most unique pints you’ll ever get your taste buds on. The Tap Takeover will feature original crafts influenced by exotic flavors you’ll only find in Miami. Including taps like Pop’s Porter, La Rubia Blonde Ale, Wynwood IPA, and a Seasonal Ale.
Along with these taps, Public House will also premiere never before tasted beers brewed especially for the Tap Takeover! Public House’s Tap Takeover will be doing so beginning this Monday, January 20th, 2014 at 8pm.
What: Public House Tap Takeover as part of South Florida Beer Week
Where: Public House – 423 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Pop singer/songwriter, Curtis Peoples, releases his new music video today for his single, 'Afraid.' Best known for his special blend of coffee shop quality music mixed with arena rock qualities, Curtis delivers to a wide spectrum of fans who enjoys both pop and rock music, alike.
His single, 'Afraid' is part of his complete album, The Fight, which was released this past year under the production of Steven Miller. After traveling between LA, NY and Nashville in the past 18 months, Curtis prepared for this second album by working with many notable writers during this process including Nathan Chapman who's also worked with Taylor Swift.
Justin Timberlake is having one fine moment right now. His record sales continue to grow as he bangs out hit after hit on the billboard charts. The 20/20 experience is an album that represents his growth in manhood and his musical diversity with more than a few nods to his executive producing buddy Timbaland. The pop sensation embarks on a tour this year heating up stages along the coast. As he continues to be the most celebrated entertainers of our generation, we look at Justin’s style evolution throughout the length of his singing career.
LET'S GET READY TO RUMBLE!!
Yesterday, a new Twitter war emerged between these two, and everyone in the twitterverse grabbed a front row seat to watch the “cattiness" play out... all in under 140 characters.
When it comes to hits, Katy Perry has the undeniable ability to produce them. Her album, Teenage Dream had five #1 singles on the billboard top 100. A record that no artist had been able to beat since Michael Jackson's Bad in 1988.
Canadian beauty, Lights, (born Valerie Anne Poxleitne) took time out from her non-stop touring to sit down with us and answer some questions – but these weren’t just any questions, we took to Twitter to ask fans what they wanted her to talk about. The response was overwhelming.
However, when sitting down with the 25-year-old electro-pop star, Lights seemed the furthest from overwhelmed. There had already been a plethora of fans lined outside New York City's Irving Plaza – some whom had even started chanting “Lights” over and over, knowing the show was still five hours away. Lights’ response to the madness? “I love my fans, they’re some of the most dedicated people out there.” Judging from the hundreds of questions that plagued Twitter, it's safe to say they love her too. Below are just a handful of the different ones that poured in.
Yesterday afternoon, pop superstar and American Idol winner Kris Allen came to Robert Frost Middle School in Los Angeles to kick off Starburst's Music With The Masters Series; which benefits the VH1 Save The Music Foundation. The first of three events held in various cities over the coming months included Allen performing his hit single "Live Like We're Dying" with the school band and walking them on a tour through his musical history.
The presentation also featured Allen covering some of his favorite songs throughout time (including Coolio's "Gangstas Paradise" and to "keep the crowds interested," "Baby One More Time" by Britney Spears). He capped the presentation by performing his new hit "The Vision of Love." To top off the event, in conjunction with Starburst, he donated the piano used in both music video and his performance to the school. Overall, the event served as a great kick off to the series in conjunction with which Starburst is donated $250k to the VH1 Save The Music Foundation.
Rocking wild blonde locks again, Beyoncé emerges with a wistful tone in her fourth album, 4, released June 28. Within a few minutes of hearing the first tracks on the album, fans will detect a noticeable change in momentum from Beyoncé's last album. 4 is very much a ballad-filled album overflowing with sentimentality and a heavy sense of self-induced maturity.
While I Am… Sasha Fierce also showcased a mature sound, it featured both firm ballads and a handful of up-tempo chart hits that possessed as much emotion as they did spunk. That spunk is what gave Beyoncé that “diva” moniker in the first place. This album, spunk muted, falls somewhat flat in both of these regards.