Posts Tagged ‘television’

Gun Hill pilot episode airs again Thursday, July 24th at 7:30 p.m. EST (on the west coast Direct TV and Dish will broadcast it at 4:30 PST)  Check local listings.





Eight years has seen the annual Global Mixx Forum grow to add a Film component to its yearly event. This years Music and Film forum will be held in Chicago Aug 15-17th, 2014.

Global Mixx has been the highlight of the summer and the go-to entertainment industry conference among both local and national attendees in the business as regards the entertainment industry in Chicago, and this year will expand its reach into the film and television section.  With the advancement of technology, has come more opportunity for Indie Filmmakers, music supervisors, media buyers and on-screen hopefuls, to enter the realm of film and television. Attendees will engage with working professionals from within the industry.

Past honorary co-chairs have included Grammy Award winners; Kanye West and Common, Illinois Congressional Representatives; Danny K. Davis and Bobby L. Rush, Producer Vincent Herbert, Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley, DJ Terry Hunter, among others.

via ParentPowerChicago Presents 8th Global Mixx Music and Film Forum “Generation Next” Aug 15 – Aug 17 | PRLog.

Hot video for the single “Twilight Zone” from Kokane‘s album “Gimmie All Mine“.

Stay tuned for Kokane’s upcoming album “Shut the Eff up and cut the Checc” Jan. 2014



Big Brother Biz of drops the artwork for Vol 3 of the successful mixtape series “Do Work Daily.”  Biz has been producing and editing mixxes for quite some time and is also an in demand videographer.  Currently he shoots exclusive footage for DJ Envy and DJ Steel on the set of their SiriusXm Radio show HipHop Nation.


Sean Kingston and DJ Envy

Sean Kingston in studio with DJ Envy

Check out this exclusive footage of DJ Steel and DJ Envy interviewing Sean Kingston live on SiriusXm radio / HipHop Nation. Footage provided by Biz of and Edited By Cheen Of ChopSuey Films

Courtesy of Big Brother Biz of

Sean Kingston and DJ Steel at Hip Hop Nation Studio

Sean Kingston and DJ Steel

Biz and Sean Kingston

Big Brother Biz of MicrophoneBully and Sean Kingston


DJ Envy, DJ Steel and Wale on Hip Hop Nation

DJ Envy and DJ Steel interview Wale on Hip Hop Nation | SiriusXM

Check out this exclusive footage of Dj Envy and Dj Steel interviewing Wale live on SiriusXm radio show HipHop Nation. Footage provided by Biz of and Edited By Cheen Of ChopSuey Films

DJ Envy, DJ Steel and Wale on the set of Hip Hop Nation with Microphonebully

MicrophoneBully’s Big Brother Biz and Wale on the set of Hip Hop Nation

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Check out this exclusive Video footage as Brings you behind the scenes of SiriusXm‘s HipHopNation Show with Dj Steel and Dj Envy. (In this footage footage you will see Dj Envy and Dj Steel talk about Lil Wayne‘s Seizure and the brand new BentleyWraith


Courtesy of Big Brother Biz of Microphonebully TV



Boston Hip-Rocker PFEVA

PFEVA Rock of Boston is doing her part to bring Hip-Rock back to the forefront of the music world!!!  With her music recently featured on Canada’s CTV “The Listener” television series, she has begun the journey that every hopeful artist wishes to make…having millions of fans hear and enjoy their music creations.  I had an opportunity to interview this busy artist whose is seeing a larger demand for her featured presence on projects ranging from heavy metal to Hip Hop and requests for more submissions for television.  I felt blessed to get this time with PFEVA so check out this wildfire artist and I highly recommend you not miss out on some great music on her website or her app!


Who are your musical influences and why?

I have a wide range of musical influences from rock to r&b to pop, covering most of the 80’s to early 90’s. Such acts as Guns and Roses, Journey, Def Leppard, RUN-DMC, Queen Latifah, Pat Benatar, Gap Band, Prince and Stevie Nicks. Each artist or group brought passion, talent and uniqueness.  The artist that had the most influence over me was the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Beyond Michael being a great singer and a phenomenal entertainer he was capable of bridging the gap between race and music, with a background such as mind that really appealed to me. Tina Turner also had an influence on me, she delivered a raw powerful sound that commanded your attention and there was no way around it but to listen. She is black rock n’ soul.

When did you know you wanted to be a musician/artist? 

Well I knew I always wanted to be in the entertainment field. I started out dancing as a kid and that lasted off and on thorough out high school. It wasn’t until my first year in the Navy did I realize rapping was something I had a knack for.

What prompted you to venture into Hip-Rock?

I’ve always had a love for hip-hop and rock music, but the light bulb went off when I heard the last two minutes of RUN-DMC”s song Rock Box. The sounds of just the hard hitting beat laced with a guitar solo opened my mind to the genre, but of course at that time the term “hip-rock” hadn’t existed. Mixing these two genres for me felt very natural, almost like the piece to a missing puzzle. Thanks Rick Rubin

What is your favorite part of performing?

The adrenaline rush I get from seeing the fans getting involved in the show. Or when I get a crowd that is not familiar with my music but quickly becomes familiar with the song mid-way through performing it, shouting out the chorus along with me, as if they knew it all along….the best feeling!!!

What can your fans expect on the album you are currently creating?

This being my self-titled, debut album, fans can expect A TRUE introduction of Pfeva.

Fans will get a taste of what real Hip-Rock laced with soul is, very high-energy and profound.

Where is the one place in the world you would love to perform at and why?

I would have to say in Asia, I’ve always wanted to perform in Japan; the hip-hop culture is big there. I’ve started to teach myself some basic Japanese, preparing myself for the big day. I’ve also just been made aware there is a huge hip-rock culture in Indonesia. I guess need to learn to speak Indonesian as well ha-ha

Tell us about the best part of what you do?

The creative process is the best part of what I do, challenging myself each and every time is how I am able to bring such a diverse sound and style to my listeners.

What do you think of today’s musical trends?

I’ve grown to appreciate the term “back in the day” Things are different from when I was growing up, I miss the anticipation of seeing the next greatest hip-hop album covers.  Such as classic covers of RUN DMC, LL COOL, Beastie Boys and the list goes on.  Now that technology has changed and music is primarily downloaded, you miss out on the BIG piece of artwork that reflects the story the artist is trying to convey in their music. The upside in this wonderful world of technology is independent artist are able to sell their own music without sharing a big piece of the pie with the labels.

Any advice for upcoming artists?  

My only and most important advice would be educate yourself as much as you can about the music business and surround yourself with like-minded individuals. Everyone in your camp must have your best interest at heart and be thirsty for your success, but not crave for it, because this will only create greed.

Where can your fans find more info?