Rapper and CMG founding CEO, Yo Gotti, recently announced his 4th Annual Yo Gotti & Friends Birthday Bash. The 4th installment of the Memphis rapper’s birthday bash and concert is set to take place at the Mud Island Amphitheater on June 19th.
Memphis In May’s newest event added to the month of festivities entitled 901Fest, which is a new Memphis music festival featuring local performers, is set to feature Memphis rappers Al Kapone, Frayser Boy, Lil Wyte and others at its festival set for this Saturday at Tom Lee Park.
What kind of things spring to mind when you think of the 90s? If your answers included Kenan & Kel and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air then they pretty much match up with mine, but there’s something else that screams 90s when I reminisce back to those years, and[…]
Having brought about the hip-hop style which later became known as ‘G funk’, Warren G worked his way out of the shadow of his older step-brother, famed rapper and producer Dr Dre, to stake his place in the genre. The rapper found his break with the single ‘Regulate‘ in 1994[…]
Video footage behind the scenes throughout Yo Gotti’s recent 2015 Birthday Bash celebration, including footage of the concert held at Mud Island in Downtown, Memphis, TN. Appearances from Snootie Wild, Nicki Minaj, Lil Boosie, Meek Mill, Dej Loaf and more.
Yo Gotti is set to celebrate his next and 3rd birthday bash on Sunday, June 21, 2015 at Mud Island Amphitheater in Downtown Memphis.
Justin Bieber reportedly was put in a chokehold after a female staff member at the Coachella Festival tried to take him to Drake’s special VIP area after security denied him entrance. Watch the video.
Rapper Drake, while performing live at Coachella 2015 was joined on the stage by Pop star Madonna, 56, who surprised the rapper with a big ole sloppy wet kiss.
Hundreds of atheists have been gathering in Memphis, TN this week for the 41st annual American Atheists National Convention, which is underway. As reported back in October of last year, the news drew up quite a bit of mixed reactions from local Memphians who learned the large atheist convention was[…]