Following The Weeknd’s private fan event at NYC’s Greenhouse/WIP, I wanted to fill everyone in on what to expect. Bottom line: Casual, cool environment, but don’t get your hopes up. Read on, if interested.
Life In NYC: T.I.(@tip) Hosts Book of Kings Vol. 1 Launch Event w/ Jonathan Mannion, Bun B, Bow Wow, and More
The Rubberbandman, T.I., hosted a Launch event in NYC last night for his Spring 2014 AKOO Collection featured in his “first of a kind” coffee table book “Book of Kings Vol. 1.” HHU was in the house to capture the night as a host of notable figures came through to support The King. Check out […]
Last night, Bobby Ray took some time out of his never-ending promo run to play his newest album to some folks here in NYC. It was great to see B.o.B. in his environment surrounded by his peers as he felt comfortable to rap along, dance along and sing along to his own music. Check out […]
Industry vet Juicy J put out his Columbia Records debut album yesterday and to celebrate, he headed down to Bowery for his release party. There, he was presented with a platinum plaque for “Bandz” and congratulated by Wiz Khalifa and his peers. Check out some exclusive photos.
HHU had a opportunity to head to the NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA this past weekend. NAMM stands for National Association of Music Merchants and happens every year around this time. It’s a private event, where all the manufactures of music equipment get together to show their latest gizmos. The only way you can get […]
Photos: J.D. Tuminski of JDOTshots.com Via The212.com: Pharrell Williams fans from NYC stepped out on Wed night against the elements to a meet and greet at the Billionaire Boys Club/Ice Cream flagship store in SoHo. The212.com was in the cut to snap a few shots of the scene. Click below for a recap of the […]
The other night I headed downtown to hear Saigon’s upcoming offering, The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2: Bread And Circuses. What I heard was quality hip hop. For the full recap, head over to The212.com. Click below where you’ll find the tracklist for the album:
Check out a few flicks from behind the scenes of Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa’s Under the influence of Music Tour when it hit Jones Beach, NY. The TDE crew was in attendance as Ab-Soul, Kendrick Lamar and Schoolboy Q also made appearances. CLICK HERE FOR THE SHOTS
My Life: Catalpa Music Festival Launches in NYC to Much Fanfare as Snoop Dogg, A$AP Rocky, araabMUZIK, and More Bring the Excitement
When it comes to NYC, it’s known that some of the best acts play here multiple times per year – we’re spoiled in that sense. We annually have summer festivals like Electric Zoo, Governors Ball, Rock the Bells, Bamboozle, and many more to please our musical appetites. Well, there’s always room for one more, isn’t […]
Last night I was invited on to the #WILDONESPARTYBUS to listen to Flo-rida’s new album, Wild Ones. Click below for some pictures and a quick review of the night:
My Life: 2012 Hot 97 Summer Jam Invades NJ With Rick Ross, Lauryn Hill, Mase, Big Sean, French Montana, and Many More
After years of hearing about it, I finally attended Hot 97′s infamous Summer Jam festival. Click below to check out my full event coverage, featuring some great shots of Young Jeezy, Lauryn Hill, Nas, Big Sean, Wale, Rick Ross, Mase, and many more. Check it:
Another successfull Paid Dues for 2012. HHU was on hand to give you a glimpse of how things shaped up and went down this past weekend, with a concert recap report. Read the full review with photos and videos under the cut. -C.A.
I’ve been following Mac Miller’s career for a little while now and I’ve noticed hip hop fans either love him or hate him – for whatever reason. I personally enjoy what he does on the microphone because he stays true to what he knows, he has fun with it and he can definitely spit. I’d […]
If you don’t already know, CMJ is a similar type of concert series as something like SXSW in Austin or A3C down in Atlanta – up and coming artists (and some established ones as well) taking over all the music venues in the city for an ongoing concert series. From last Wed through Saturday I […]
I started out the night by rolling down to the East Village by NYC staple venue Webster Hall to check out up and coming Boston group The Dean’s List for the very first time. I’ve been in the loop with The Dean’s List for probably a year and half or so and I’ve watched them […]
This won’t be a full review since I didn’t have a camera with me (camera phone pic above and a pic of the album I snagged), but cheers to Cole for putting on yet another great show for the people of NYC. Tickets were only $1.00 for this one-shot show, so it was a great […]