|Thurs, September 03, 2015 at 10:38 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Ã¢â‚¬Å"JIMMY: DID YOU GET ONE?" MOVIE- RED CARPET PREMIERE TAKES PLACE IN ATLANTA
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH
Atlanta, GA Sept 3, 2015- "Another Jerry May Production and Off Glenwood Entertainment LLC announces the world premiere and DVD digital release of the psychological thriller "Jimmy: Did You Get One?" on Thursday, September 24th in Atlanta, GA.
WHEN: Thursday, September 24, 2015
WHERE: Landmark Theaters Midtown Art Cinema- Midtown Promenade, 931 Monroe Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30308 - Red carpet begins at 6:30pm. Screening begins at 7:30pm.
Instagram: @JimmyDidYouGetOne Facebook: JimmyDidYouGetOne
Twitter: @Jimmydyg1 Movie Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNK4Q33no5c
About "Jimmy: Did You Get One?"
Jerry MayÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s "Jimmy", starring Eric Bart, Judith Bart and Dexter Tucker, will have you on the edge of your seat in this twisted thriller. Granny (Bart) is a psychopathic, bipolar, stone-cold killer who raised her mute grandson Jimmy (Eric Bart) in her beliefs and programmed him to do her evil ways. The plot thickens when Jimmy captures and imprisons a 9-year-old girl named Sara. Sara's father Mr. Cook, a devoted husband and a working man with two children is determined to find his daughter at any cost. Everyone in the town of Toomsberg has been challenged because no one has ever escaped the unknown grasps and torture chambers of Jimmy and Granny.
The script was written and directed by Jerry May and Dexter Tucker with Jerry May, Dexter Tucker, Robin May, and Derrick Handspike serving as executive producers. The team behind the scenes includes Big Duke, Dennis Clark, and Perry Morris Jr. as producers. The assistant directors are Perry Morris Jr., and Dennis Clark, with Deondai Colquitt, Vivian Bell, Rick Stephenson, Greg Jackson, Keith Walker, Cindy Steedle, and Jeff Beal serving as associate producers.
For all media inquiries or to RSVP,
Tia Culver PR
|Thurs, August 20, 2015 at 1:00 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
SOUTH CAROLINA STAND UP! STEWIES, DOGS AND POODLES, SC STATE AND ATL STAND UP!
Come join me on the weekend of September 25th-27th, here in my adopted home town of Atlanta Georgia to celebrate the one year anniversary of http://www.TheDougStewartShow.com, my 20th year in ATL and...a weekend where South Carolina's finest will converge, network and just kick it!
If you didn't know, there's a huge population of South Carolina folk that live in Metro Atlanta and I'm bringining them together for the 1st time ever! I'm also inviting all my South Carolina people that have been looking for a reason to come to the "A"...and come get a taste of what the city has to offer!
Even if your not from SC, come and kick it with good people from the Upstate , the Midlands and of course the LOWCOUNTRY (that's where I'm from) of South Carolina! The host hotel is the Doubletree located in downtown ATL (Buckhead) where it's just a five minute drive to Lennox Mall and Phipps Plaza...s well as all the covieniences of Atlanta at arms reach! The beautiful Doubletree Hotel is offering a special rate of $99 per (Friday and Saturday) night only for people attending "Carolina Love" Weekend! Here are the details and book one of the limited rooms here... http://doubletree.hilton.com/en/dt/groups/personalized/A/ATLBHDT-STE-20150925/index.jhtml
Along, with the great shopping and sight seeing, this particular weekend is the big "Taste of Atlanta" http://www.tasteofatlanta.com going down, so there's a lot to do! Here's your OFFICIAL lineup for the weekend from me and Stewart Media and Entertainment...
-FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH- The Meet and Greet "Welcome to Atlanta" Party at, The Artist Den Lounge (Stir it up). Located at 84 12th Street, Atlanta, GA 30309. If your coming from out of town this is the official Mix and Mingle to kick off the weekend! Doors open at 8pm! (404) 600-5871
-FRIDAY (LATE NIGHT) SEPTEMBER 25TH- The "Gentleman's Soiree" at Tease. Located at, 2284 Cheshire Bridge Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30324. After you leave the Artist Den, come hang out with the fellas' at one of Atlanta's premiere Gentleman's Clubs. Uuuuuh you don't wanna miss this. Tickets good all night! (404) 320-1924
-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH- "Carolina Love" Weekend Golf Shoot-out at North Fulton Golf course located at, 216 W Wieuca Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30342 in the heart of Buckhead. Come enjoy a round of Golf, socialize and fraternize at one of the only Golf Courses located in city limits and take home 1st, 2nd or 3rd place Trophies as well as bragging rights! Tee Time is 9am! (404) 255-0723
***SATURDAY (NIGHT), SEPTEMBER 26TH*** The "All Black Party" at the Doubletree Hotel in Buckhead. Address is 3342 Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, GA 30326. Phenomenal plushness! Sexy and Upscale! South Carolina State's own legendary DJ TURKNICE spinning all the Classics, New School and Old! Limited capacity so get your tickets now! Doors open at 10am! (404) 231-1234
-SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH- "Falcons vs. Cowboys Viewing/Day Party" at Suite Lounge" located at 375 Luckie St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30313. This is perfect! Not only is this place nice with Big A** projection screens and TV's, not only will we be on the Rooftop doing it ATL style but if you know SC people...you know that the Cowboys are the "un-official" official team of the State! Gonna make for an interesting day rooting for the Birds...or the Boy's! Price inculudes authentic Carolina Cuisine from "Uncle Ray's" BBQ and Catering all the way from Sumpter SC! Remeber this is a viewing/day party so the hottest sounds before, during time-outs, at half-time and then we get all the way crunked up after the game is over! All by by the 2 Live Stews Tailgate DJ, Atlanta's own DJ BING! Doors openat 11am! (404) 577-2500
See you in Atlanta! See you in Atlanta! See you in Atlanta! See you in Atlanta for "Carolina Love" Weekend 2015
|Wed, August 05, 2015 at 8:15 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Before he was selling out The Tabernacle (historic concert venue in ATL) or playing Music Midtown, one of the largest festivals in Atlanta, a young Kendrick Lamar rocked the stage at the Masquerade back on April 2, 2011. Well before his albums "GKMC" and "To Pimp A Butterfly", young "KDot" made noise & grew his fanbase off of his mixtapes. I was in attendance for this show along with my radio co-host Jayforce to see him perform. We were guests for Kendrick's show in part because our program The Beatz & Lyrics Show was the first show playing Kendrick's music in Atlanta on a regular basis & we also conducted his first Atlanta radio interview. So naturally we looked forward to finally seeing him in person. He did not disappoint it's crazy to look back now because Ali, his famed engineer, was his DJ that night and his hype man was Schoolboy Q who at the time was only known by a few die hard TDE fans. This particular show was Kendrick's official breakout show in Atlanta when you knew he was going to be a star on a larger level. Kendrick made a lot of fans that night and it doesn't surprise me at all the success he has gained. So check out this vintage footage I shot of him rocking the crowd before the albums, before the baby twist dreads, & before the worldwide acclaim.
More footage after the jump below...
|Thurs, July 30, 2015 at 7:14 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
The Bridge Hip Hop Summit & YGEA Awards in Atlanta, Sep 23-27 feat. celebrity appearances, panels, cyphers and more 770-580-3658
Get your tickets for the 2015 Bridge Hip Hop Summit & YGEA Awards where we connect old school hip-hop culture with the new (breaking, emceeing, djing, beatboxing, graffiti writing). The summit features industry panels, guest speakers, celebrity guest appearances, hip-hop trivia, cyphers, performances, and more. For reserved seating and/or performance opportunities, contact 770.580.3658
Hip Hop Summit & YGEA Awards
|Wed, July 29, 2015 at 1:13 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Check out this one on one interview with rising Atlanta, GA stationed rap artist Lil' Hines. In this interview Lil' Hines sits down with South East Hip Hop Magazine to talk about his new single "A Few", making music coming up, the concepts behind a lot of his songs and more! Read all about it below.
South East Hip Hop Magazine: What's up Lil' Hines?
Lil' Hines: What's up Southeast Hip hop Magazine? What's Good
South East Hip Hop Magazine: Doing well, thanks for asking. Where are you from?
Lil' Hines: I'm originally from Riceboro Ga aka "Backwoodz" 912 area code. Southeast Ga 4hrs away from Atlanta. I currently live in Atlanta South Side College Park.
South East Hip Hop Magazine: How long have you been rapping?Lil' Hines: Since I can remember probably around 12 or earlier. I made my first full mixtape with about 16 songs in the 7th grade. I entitled it My World. It was on cassette tape back then (laughs). I would pass it around to my class mates and let them listen to it.
South East Hip Hop Magazine: What inspired you to become a rapper?Lil' Hines: I was always musically inclined. I learned how to play the drums at my local church at a young age. I also had passion of writing poems. I would write for class projects, and write my own Easter and Christmas speeches. So I just kinda put the 2 together. When my aunt (Rest In Peace) bought me my first beat machine I took off from there.
South East Hip Hop Magazine: Who were some of the rappers you grew up listening to?Lil' Hines: I had a older brother so a lot of the music he put me on to was what him and his home boys was listening to. So back then it would have been Outkast, UGK, Goddie Mob, 3 Six Mafia, Ghetto Boyz, 8ball and MJG, Scarface, Jt Money, Trick Daddy, Paster Troy, a lot of the down south rappers. When I got a little older and branched off I picked up some Biggie, Nas. Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes, Fabolous, DMX, and the Ruff Ryders, Missy Elliott Snoop and Dre, TI, Jeezy, Ludacris, Lil Jon, Master P, but what I mostly listen to was the whole Cash Money Click. Hot Boys, Big Tymers, Wayne, Juvie, Turk, BG, Mannie Fresh and Baby! Once I heard them I rarely even listen to anything else, I was hooked. That's when I started to take the rapping thing serious.