September in E11even has been nostalgic for everyone that has been able to attend. It was spent with now 3 artists that reminded everyone that they ran hip hop for over a decade.
In Miami, there is a good chance that you run into a celebrity but not people like 50 Cent. I think it’s safe to say that 50 Cent has cemented himself as one of the funniest gangsta talents in all of entertainment.
Entertainment has many levels and has so many people between the lines that make it all possible. Nightlife impresario and Partner at “Butter Group“, Richie Romero is one of those people.
Last night E11even granted Social Blackbook access to Rick Ross’s highly anticipated album release party for “Port of Miami 2”. I’ve been to many album release parties but I’ve never seen an artist pull up like this.
Attending a music festival is a unique experience that, unfortunately, many people never get to unveil. It’s a place where all kinds of people, cultures, and emotions mesh.
Hip-hop remains a genre that is heavily dominated by men and its sexist ideologies but a strong wave of women have hijacked the mic, scratched the record, and dropped their own heat.
One of the most important people in music are DJ’s. They break artists. They are the backbone to a clubs revenue.