Starting November 30th 2013, Michael Ameer and Miss Purple Haze´s RnB Mixshow “Club Warm Up” will air on Radio Antenne Frankfurt 95.1. The dynamic duo will deliver selective RnB to the listeners, from the 90´s until today. The show is set for each saturday, 8.00 to 9.00 pm.
Kendrick Lamar has caused a lot of controversy with his part on Big Sean´s “Control”, claiming to be the King of New York and dissing top rappers such as Big Sean himself, Drake, Pusha T, J Cole and more. Nicki Minaj, who has not even been mentioned in the song, now fires shots at Kendrick: “I am one of the Top 5 rappers who were not mentioned in the song, do your homework!” Nicki, unsure whether he didn´t name her to be a gentleman or because he felt she is not ill enough, goes on saying: “I am the Queen of New York and I am the King of New York. Let me tell you why. I have sold several platin albums. No.1 in five different countries!” We are excited to further report on reactions to Kendrick´s lyrics.
Gute News für alle Mic Donet-Fans und Soul-Liebhaber! Am Samstag, den 05.10.2013 tritt Mic, u.a. bekannt aus der erfolgreichen TV-Show “The Voice of Germany” in Mülheim-Kärlich (bei Koblenz) live auf!
Das Event bietet ein Ganztagsprogramm mit 3-stündiger Zumba Fitness Party, Live-Musikern und Bands sowie dem Highlight des Tages: dem Live Konzert von Mic Donet! Danach geht es weiter mit der Afterparty mit DJ Chilly E, dem bekannten Radio-DJ und natürlich Miss Purple Haze.
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The 26 year-old rapper made the divisive statement on Big Sean´s single Control, but it prompted a contemptuous response from Diddy on Twitter along with negative comments from Lupe Fiasco, Cassidy, Joe Budden and more. Now, Lamar addresses the explosive issue, insisting the lyrics have been taken out of context.
Kendrick says “I think it’s a case of maybe I should dumb down my lyrics just a little bit… The irony of that line is that the people who actually understood it and got it were the actual kings of New York, you know, me sitting down with them this past week, and them understanding, it’s not actually about being the king of whatever coast, it’s about leaving a mark as great as Biggie and Pac.” Kendrick continues: “A lot of people think it’s about talent, that’s where they get it wrong. I’m saying I’m the most hungry. I respect the legends in the game, I respect the people that done it before me.”
“Because of what they laid down, I’m gonna try to go harder, breathe it and live it, that’s the point of the whole verse.”
misspurplehaze.com thanks Kendrick for waking up the scene and crowns him “the Firestarter”!
Mavado just dropped a new single. The song is called “Give It All To Me” and sports an appearance from Nicki Minaj. The song’s drums snap as the “We The Best”-artist drops a catchy hook. Less than a minute into the song, Nicki jumps on the track and closes her verse off by shouting out Rihanna saying, “Carribbean girls run it, ask RiRi.” Nicki then comes back towards the end of the song to add a bit of singing to it. She is the perfect feature for this track, which comes less than a week after she is featured on a Sean Paul song. Watch out for Mavado´s Mixtape which is coming out soon!
Michael Ameer and Miss Purple Haze present the 1st SOUL LIVE MUSIC FEST at the Eventhall “Altes Brauhaus” in Mülheim-Kärlich, October 5th 2013.
German Soul-Sensation MIC DONET headlines this one-of-a-kind Event. Mic is known of the German TV Show “The Voice of Germany” and his recently released album “Plenty of Love” jumped to No. 4 in the German Music Charts.
The SOUL LIVE MUSIC FEST presents top-class entertainment including acts such as Larry Hawthorne & Band (founder of the successful “James Brown Revolution Show”), Klangpoet, Poetic Soul Food, We Save Hip Hop, a “Back to the 90´s” Afterparty with BIG FM DJ Chilly E and DJ Miss Purple Haze, and many more!
Energize yourself before the concert and take part at the ZUMBA-Party with two renown coaches Sarah Florence and Stefanie Ricse!
For info and reservations contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +49 160 9484 7315
EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD Gina Hargitay was announced winner of the Miss Jamaica World Beauty Pageant at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in St James on Sunday evening.
Hargitay defeated a field of 25 contestants at the event.
The newly crowned Miss Jamaica World said the competition was fierce.
Gina was a proud winner stating “I came into it trying very hard to win it. Tonight (Sunday night), there were points where other girls were amazing, other girls have been wonderful, but I am really, really happy that I came out on top”.
The 18-year-old not only secured the top prize and a 2013 Suzuki Kizashi motor car, she also walked away with three sectional prizes — Most Aware, Most Sociable, and Best Smile. Her prizes, which are many, also include a Miss World wardrobe, training package from Fusion Consulting Limited, film training with Max Earle Frame by Frame, Spartan Health Club gym membership, business class tickets courtesy of Fly Jamaica, a Russell’s tennis certificate, a $500,000 modelling contract by Nirvana magazine and hair maintenance.
Hargitay had a large crowd support, some bearing placards while others chanted her name.
She was greeted with thunderous applause when she responded to the question that the person she admired most was 95-year-old Nelson Mandela, who was jailed for 27 years.
“After being incarcerated for almost three decades in South Africa, he did not retaliate with violence though he must have been angry and frustrated. He took the route of non-violence,” she answered to wild cheers.
“I think that is an act of intelligence and it showed the world that you can succeed without being violent, and can make your point without violence,” she continued, after the cheers subsided.
She expressed confidence in repeating her triumph in the Miss World Pageant which will take place in Indonesia in September.
“I am very confident. I think it is about time that Jamaica had another Miss World and I hope that I can be the Miss World for everybody,” she expressed. Jamaica won the Miss World title on three occasions with Carole Joan Crawford (1963), Cindy Breakspeare (1976), and Lisa Hanna (1993).