Will Smith Talks The Impact Of Social Media On The Lack Of New Movie Superstars

Will Smith was essentially “Mr. Box Office” for a multi-year stretch in the 1990’s. From 1995 to 1999, the rapper-turned-actor starred in the blockbusters Bad Boys, Independence Day, Men in Black, Enemy the State, and Wild Wild West. Smith’s career also features starring roles in several other commercially successful movies which helped him become a global superstar with a lifetime… Read More »

Bryson Tiller Announces European Tour With SZA

Bryson Tiller and SZA fans have cause to rejoice—well, those who live across the pond, anyway. Tiller has announced that SZA will join him for the European leg his Set It Off Tour, which will kick f this fall. The tour will start in Marseille, France on October 17 and will hit 13 countries before finishing… Read More »

Want to Perform Music Internationally? Here is Everything You Need to Know About Touring Visas in the US and Canada

Jatin Shory, a lawyer from Canada, has spent the last few years studying the legal landscape behind the music and live performance space. Through his experiences working in various start-up environments in the industry, he has become versed in the field immigration law and its impact on strategies for executing live performance tours in North… Read More »

Stuck Off the Realness: Prodigy’s Dark Poetry Defined the Grimy Soul of 90s New York Rap

Paul Hawthorne, Getty s Prodigy Mobb Deep’s death reverberated far and wide. The Queensbridge-reppin’ (though Long Island born) rapper’s work with his partner Havoc in Mobb Deep touched a generation East Coast hip-hop fans and many more. Teenage Albert Johnson and Kejuan Muchita met in high school battles, formed a duo and decided to forge… Read More »