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DJ Paul presents the official video for "Loud Loud" Ft. Lil Wyte from his "Master Of Evil" album, directed by @PaperFilms. The gritty record has a solid speaker knocking' sound from start to finish with the instrumental and KOM's voice giving it that edgy sound. With Lil Wyte's verse to compliment it, there is no surprise on how quickly it has circulated. DJ Paul's "Master Of Evil" album is available on all digital select retail outlets including iTunes, Google Play, Best Buy, Amazon, and Fye. Twitter & Instagram: DJPaulKOM || Facebook: DJPaulKOMofficial
(AllHipHop News) Kevin Hart's Hartbeat Digital is partnering with Lionsgate studio for a new video-on-demand service called Laugh Out Loud and a new social adventure mobile tablet game. Laugh Out Loud will be home for all of Hart's new original series, including a hidden camera show where the comedian stars as an undercover Lyft driver.
[ALSO READ: Lil Wayne, Drake, Missy Elliott, Kevin Hart & More Star In Super Bowl 50 Ads (VIDEOS)] "Lionsgate has always been a great partner of mine, and I'm more than excited to take our business and creative relationship to new levels," said Hart. "I understand the direction in which the television business is headed, and I see this big new space toward which audiences are starting to gravitate. I believe that launching this venture together now puts us ahead of the pack."
Laugh Out Loud will also showcase content curated by Hart. Viewers can expect to see shows featuring social media stars and up-and-coming comedians. Logan Paul, the most viewed content creator on Facebook (300 million video views last month) and Vine (nearly 4 billion loops), will have his own series on the platform.
The Hartbeat Digital/Liongate relationship will also join Hart with game developer Fifth Journey to create a social adventure mobile game starring and written in collaboration with Hart. Players become comedic rock stars with Hart as their mentor. They will embark on adventures that include touring the country, starring in movies, hosting award shows, and more.
"Kevin is one of the biggest stars in the world, and we're proud to kick off our partnership with a new OTT platform as well as a mobile game, extending a collaboration that began with the film Kevin Hart: LetMe Explain," stated Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer. "He is an incredibly versatile talent who will bring his unique comedic voice to Laugh Out Loud's entire spectrum of original content, and his ever-expanding global fan base gives both initiatives tremendous growth potential. Nobody understands how to continue extending Kevin's brand better than Jeff Clanagan, and we're pleased that he will lead the new platform's growth."
Check out the latest mixtape series installment from Stack Or Starve DJ's own Digital Plugg entitled "The Loud Pack Series 2" featuring new and exclusive music and breaking new artists, give it a spin on Livemixtapes below!
Sheek Louch said he's going to see C Loud in "California" and get that 'medical card' (hahaaaa)! Don't worry SP and Jada are coming along. You know bringing that 'juice' to add to the greenery and scenery out there, too. Smooth work on the track here by Colonel Loud & Rico Barrino and The LOX on this remix. Check it.
Ricco Barrino took a short hiatus from the music industry, but the High Point, North Carolina native returned in 2015 with a major hit. The singer-songwriter is one of the contributors, along with T.I. and Young Dolph, to Colonel Loud's Top 10 R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay smash "California."
In addition, Barrino's affiliation with Tip extends to being a member of the Atlanta rapper's Grand Hustle Records roster where Ricco added vocals to T.I.'s "Porn Star," Young Dro's "Hood Gospel," and B.o.B's "5th Dimension." His résumé also includes writing credits for Young Jeezy, R. Kelly, and his sister American Idol winner Fantasia Barrino.
The nephew of the 1960's soul group The Barrino Brothers is also a solo artist in his own right. Besides teaming with some of the top talent in the business, Barrino has released his own mixtapes Twenty 12 Play and Musical Evolution. Up next is his single "Come To The Money," another collaboration with Colonel Loud.
AllHipHop.com connected with Ricco Barrino to take part in the "My Five Firsts" series. This exclusive interview consists of the "Bubble Gum" vocalist sharing his experiences on performing with Fantasia, meeting T.I., hitting the strip club, and hearing a couple of classic R&B albums for the first time.
First Time Performing In Public With Fantasia Long before American Idol, we were already making people feel good in local churches. So as we got older, we found ourselves in clubs and local coffee houses making people stand on tables and chairs by making people listen to our vocals. It was always an adrenaline rush.
First Time Meeting T.I. It was a surreal feeling. I had contemplated and calculated that day for so long that it felt like we had been brothers in another life. We immediately got to work, and he trusted my opinions which kept me motivated. I owe a lot to him for believing in me since day one. From the first phone call to now, he has never changed. Salute Tip.
First Time Going To A Strip Club I was in Atlanta, Georgia, and the strip club was Jazzy T's. I remember like it was 5 minutes ago. They were playing an Eminem song. Although I am a fan of Eminem, I am not a fan of all of his work.
That night the DJ played his new single and I remember watching this girl in front of me who was built like a female Belgian horse dance for me slowly. Man, I could have gave her my wallet that night. [laughs]
Long story short, I couldn't get the song out of my head. That night inspired me to write my first regional hit single "Bubble Gum" which caught the attention of Atlantic records and [Grand Hustle co-founder] Jason Geter. I knew I wanted that same feeling and understood the power of the strip club in reference to breaking new music. God Bless Jazzy T's!
First Time Hearing The Beat For "California" For me, the beat felt the same, because I grew up around that type of sound. I'm all the time finding myself living out déjà vu moments, moments from my childhood days. So to hear the beat, it's almost as if I was a part of the composers' mission to reinvent a classic that never died, it only grew.
First Time Hearing R. Kelly's 12 Play and Jodeci's Forever My Lady R.Kelly's 12 Play - for me it gave me a feeling of freedom to speak passionately about things that men didn't say on records. I found the passion to be able to say what I wanted and make my own Zane book off of the stamp R. Kelly put on wax.
Jodeci's Forever My Lady - with Jodeci it was total excitement, because what people didn't know was that they are my first cousins. So once I heard them hop on the record ["Treat Them Like They Want to Be Treated"] with Father MC, after hearing them come out of church it made me want to hear more. I was so amped up I must have requested it 1500 times. Then the DJ played it about 1500 times till I didn't want to hear it anymore. That's when I knew it was a hit song.
As part of our continuing effort to be the best mobile app provider for DJs and Radio Stations, we've added Mixcloud as an available feature for our apps.
Mixcloud is a popular site for DJs and Radio Stations because they are devoted to mixes and they have negotiated rights for all uploaded content. In additional, they offer unlimited uploads and unlimited listening.
Now, our clients can integrate Mixcloud in addition to SoundCloud and Podomatic into their mobile app to bring the best content possible to their fans.
New clients can add it to their app by providing a link to their Mixcloud account during setup.