Irie Foundation Celebrated in Miami

DJ Irie
Musician Cee Lo Green, DJ Irie, and Jermaine Dupri.
The 11th Annual Irie Weekend was celebrated in  style this past weekend in South Beach, Miami.  The weekend of events included a live VIP concert by “The Fugees’ very own Wyclef Jean, Golf Tournament, Barbecue and B Day Bash at Club Eleven.  Hublot  sponsored the VIP Kickoff party, which featured complimentary Korbel champagne, celebrity appearances and exciting performances. Natalie La Rose, Omar Benson, Hill Harper, Cee Lo, Jermaine Dupri, and Fat Joe were just a few of the numerous celebrities spotted at the weekend events,  all in support of the Irie Foundation.
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Musician Wyclef got the weekend started with an excited performance. Wyclef took it back with a little Fugees “Killin’ Me Softly,” he also serenaded DJ Irie with a guitar solo for his birthday and then later ran through the crowd and climbed up a stage pole asking the crowd and media to “drop your cameras and shake it.” It was a memorable night for everyone in attendance. .
Irie Weekend raises money for the Irie Foundation, which is an organization that helps empower at-risk youth through mentor ship  programs, cultural experiences and scholarship opportunities. Support the Irie Foundation by learning more @

Revolt TV Heats Up Miami

This year’s REVOLT Music Conference will be the premier music conference of the next generation where technology meets influencers, music executives, songwriters, producers, bloggers and music artists. It is a must-attend, one-of-a-kind forum that is designed to help guests do one thing… understand and navigate the evolution of the music business.

From keynote speakers to nightlife events, diverse panels to artist showcases, the three-day series of events is engineered to enable networking among leaders and artists in an organic and exclusive setting. Join the conversation by using the hashtag #RMC2014.

The 2014 Panelists include some for the industries tastemaker, including Russell Simmonds, LA Reid, Blogger Necole Bitchie, Rodney Jerkins, Dallas Austin, Jim Platt, and many more.

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Should LeBron James Stay or Go? (Video)

lebron1This meme from instagram, is funny to many Spurs fans, however is it really what Lebron James is thinking?

The Miami Heat have fallen short of the NBA title for the second time in four years, leaving them at an uncertain crossroads this off season, with the looming threat of LeBron James bolting in free agency hanging over the franchise.



Howard Beck joins Adam Lefkoe to give his take in the video above.

This will be career suicide for Lebron James, at this time. The Miami Heat won two NBA Championships in a row and have made it to the finals 4 times in a row. The work ethic of the team is through the roof , and will allow them to continue to win further championships.

Madd Factor: Lebron James need to stay in Miami! The NBA needs the success of the Miami Heat. The ratings and ticket sales to the Miami Heat has triple over the past 4 years. My recommendation for Lebron James is to stay in Miami! Go to the beach, Relax!  Come Back next year and win!..Hopefully the Heat is not playing against the Spurs, that will not end to well.#spursnation #miamiheat

Remy Martin Celebrates the Good Life in Miami

Peter Bailey (Nitecap)and guests at Miami Remy Party
Peter Bailey (Nitecap)and guests at Miami Remy Party

Miami truly brings the Heat, not only in sports, but for memorable events. Peter Bailey and other celbrities were out last night as Satonya Baker and the Remy Martin V team put on the event of the Season. Aboard the 220ft Seafair Mega Yacht a Litany of Miami’s Elite Embarked on a 2 Hour Journey around the Magic City. The strategic marketing effort, can only be accomplish in Miami, due to its landscape and port of call for many Caribbean cruises, throughout the year.


The drinks were flowing, the dancing was abound and the women were no short of spectacular. Remy V out did themselves with the Three Designer cocktails they rolled out which was headlined by the Remy V.I.P. a smooth mix of Remy topped off with pineapple. The signature branding made the event a stylish and epic experience for all invited guests.


This event is the essence of what it means to be a “Taste Maker”, and sets Miami Urban Culture on a new status, much like Atlanta, New York and LA.


Cheers to this successful event: CLICK HERE TO SEE GALLERY

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