Archives for May 28, 2010

Throwback Friday: “It Takes Diff’rent Strokes” opening theme (a dedication)

Today, Friday, May 28, 2010 Gary Goleman passed away at 12:05pm from an intercranial hemmorhage at a hospital in Utah. Best and most fondly remembered during his years as a child star who played “Arnold” on the hit tv series “Diff’rent Strokes,” he made the line “What you talkin’ about Willis?” a classic. Gary dealt with health issues for nearly his entire life having been diagnosed with congenital kidney disease at the age of 2 which also stunted his growth.

Organized Noize joins a national initiative against youth violence and abuse: H.I.P. – H.O.P.

IFELICIOUS THOUGHTS IS BREAKING THIS NEWS TO YOU FIRST!!! Iconic recording industry team, Organized Noize, joins a national initiative against youth violence and abuse: H.I.P. – H.O.P. (Healing is Possible-Helping Our People). Atlanta’s own musical trendsetters will produce songs for a long-overdue “Stop the Violence” project laden with some of Hip-Hop’s biggest cultural influencers.

Chris Classic releases “The Life Anthology” (free downloads)

TV and film music artist, producer and song writer, Chris Classic, has been in the industry for 10 years creating music for some of the most noted movies and commercials to date, including Alvin and the Chipmunks, in which he and his team took home an American Music Award for Best Soundtrack in 2008. Other films include “Transformers”, “Fantastic Four”, “Sex & The City”, “Coach Carter” an upcoming moving, “Lottery Ticket” and most recently, “Just Wright”; he has four songs on the movie starring Queen Latifah and Common, now in theaters. Aside from TV & Film music, Chris has released several mix-tapes, as well as featuring on other talents musical creations. Putting his heart and soul into a new project, Chris Classic released The Life Anthology, on Tuesday, May 18:

Event Recap: LegendFactory Live “The Future Is Here” May 6 at Crash Mansion NYC

LegendFactory Live presents “The Future Is Here” was a huge success. Held on May 6th at Crash Mansion, the venue was packed to capacity with drinks flowing courtesy of Absolut Vodka. Audience members ranged from bank executives to upcoming tastemakers in the fashion industry. Jive, Source, Violator, Sony, Warner/Elektra/Atlantic, MTV and several other major entities were in the building. The night was filled with action packed performances, Absolut specialty drinks and Altec Lansing giveaways.

Forever K. Michael eyewear, The Source Magazine, Bobby Valentino heat up the summer in DC

Setting summer off with a swagger! Southeast Productions Inc., in association with Dream Life Entertainment, launches The Source Magazine’s Digital Dime Piece swimsuit competition with a live performance by the urban cool Bobby Valentino and the hottest designer eyewear.