April Fools Comedy Jam gets bigger every year as the best stand-up comics from around the country will descend on Barclays Center on Friday, April 12 to provide top-notch comedy. The jam-packed show headlines Sheryl Underwood, best known as co-host of the CBS daytime talk show “The Talk.”
April Fools Comedy Jam has it all, with an exciting mix of award-winning comics to internet sensations, working together to offer a stellar comedy show. The top-caliber comedian line-up features Michael Blackson, Lil Rel, Bill Bellamy, Affion Crockett, Luenell, Tony Roberts, AJ Johnson, HaHa Davis, Majah Hype and more. The show ensures a night of rapid-fire laughs, hosted by MTV’s comedian Rip Micheals, known for jaw-dropping performance and crowd interactions.
The show is loaded up with hilarious non-stop performances to suit everybody’s comedic tastes. More information regarding this high-energy comedy show is available at www.aprilfoolscomedyjam.com. Tickets start at $30 and can be purchased at Ticketmaster.com.
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Electro-hip hop & pop producer Keyon drops his latest single “I’m So F****** Broke” ft. CSpring, Marlon Orlando & Chin in anticipation of his upcoming EP “Lounge Lizard” dropping soon!!!
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Fresh off his “First Class Tour” in India, New Jersey native Akash released a surprise track “Tip Toe” in the wake of fan’s anticipation of his upcoming album “I Wanted to Tell You” set to release, March 29th. With multiple released studio albums and over 1.6 million streams on a remix of Taki Taki, Akash is a veteran of music. The track immediately captures listeners with it’s methodic beat leading into the vocals of Akash. Akash is no stranger to representing his emotion in music and this song is no different as it depicts the inner desires of Akash as a travelling artist. The rhythmic beat was crafted by Anthony “DaVincii” Phillips and the song was engineered by Anthony Scott DePerto. The initial release of “Tip Toe” is available exclusively on YouTube, but the album can be streamed on all platforms on March 29th.
Témi (Pronounced Tay-Me) his full name meaning, “Mine is worthy of thanks” in Yoruba. Born in Nigeria, raised in Toronto and traveling to Atlanta, GA, Témi is focused on performing music that has a soulful and meaningful sound to it. His new single, “I’ll Be Waiting” featuring artist Robyn Akelah, is a feel good record to bring out the warmth of Spring.
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Sauga City, Canadian rapper Wyze links up with Tory Lanez for the official visual to his new single “Still” directed by Ty Black. Representing his own label “A Mind State entertainment” (AMS). Wyze views himself as a MC before anything as he was inspired and raised off of classic New York hip hop from the early 90s. He is expected to release his debut EP “Time Has Come” in April of 2019. In the meantime listen to his most recent project “Poseidon” which is available on all digital streaming platforms.
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Just north of San Francisco and the Bay Area, in the streets of North Richmond, California, a distinct sound is bubbling. A sound that merges the old school, hyphy energy of NorCal legends Mac Dre and Keak da Sneak with a fresh, new school ambiance. Many are spearheading this progressive take on upper West Coast Hip-Hop; but none as dominant as Way Way Santana. With her “NOW Mixtape Vol 1”, the Californian emcee brings her region’s eclectic bounce into the scope of modern trap. Certainly, the
drum kits, rhythms and basslines of bangers such as “F**k A Handout” (feat. Lil Goo & Marlo Franklin),
“Karate Choppa’s” (feat. G-Bo Lean), “Project 12”, “Sacrifices”, and “However You Want It”, siphon an ancient, hyphy fire; however, their melodies are new and improved. The synths and keys wafting around “NOW Mixtape Vol 1”’s party-starting percussions give these beats an air of currency. Way Way Santana’s raw, yet youthful Californian delivery only adds to this energy; keeping the project floating between two eras with each and every bar. For her lyrics and delivery are bright enough to illuminate the
new-school; yet, likewise, the way she rides these nostalgic NorCal beats nods back to the E-40s and Too Shorts who came before her. The final track, “Btfw”, a charismatic remix of Too Short’s 2006 hit, “Blow The Whistle”, proves so undeniably. “NOW Mixtape Vol 1” is the perfect example of a rapper who takes great pride in where she comes from. Enough to, in between telling her own story, honor the stories of those who gave her a page. Soon, North Richmond will be added to the history of NorCal Hip-Hop, and Way Way Santana will be the one to thank.