That’s The Gag, created by Keke Palmer, Matt Cullen and Troy LaPersonerie, is a “mock”umentary style scripted comedy series which gives audiences a peak behind the Hollywood curtain. Once a child star glowing in the spotlight, Keke Palmer finds herself all grown up and transitioning into adulthood, looking for a meaningful job.
After a series of disappointments, she plans to resurrect her career in Hollywood as a comedic actress. From auditions to meetings to dealing with opinionated managers, the series follows Keke as she attempts to reinvent herself. The eight-episode web series is (very) loosely based off of Palmer’s real life experiences in this zany industry called showbiz. That’s The Gag is available on Keke’s YouTube channel, in partnership with AwesomenessTV.
Joe Budden & DJ Akademiks Talk Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN’ Album & More On Everyday Struggle
For the 2nd episode of Everyday Struggle, DJ Akademiks, Joe Budden and Nadeska Alexis speak on Kendrick Lamar’s new album title “DAMN,” Future’s #MaskOffChallenge, Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill’s breakup and much more.
Watch The First Episode Of “Everyday Struggle” With Joe Budden & DJ Akademiks
Watch Episode 1 Of “Everyday Struggle” With Joe Budden, DJ Akademiks and Nadeska Alexis
Today the folks over at Complex News kicked off the first official episode of Joe Budden & DJ Akademiks new web-series “Everyday Struggle.” For the first episode assisted by Complex and Beats1 beauty Nadeska Alexis, Joe and DJ Akademiks debate on JAY Z and Tyler, the Creator’s verse on Frank Ocean’s new song “Biking,” JAY Z removing his music off Apple Music and Spotify, Nicki Minaj’s next album, if she’s fallen off since breaking up with Safaree and much more. Check out the full 30 minute episode of “Everyday Struggle” above.
Siya Talks Moving to LA, Breaking Barriers, and Music as a Career
From the small screen to the studio, Siya is always on go. Currently putting in work in Los Angeles, urban brand, Pelle Pelle, shot over to the west coast to chat with the Brooklyn native. She dished on the music biz, breaking barriers, and wise words to live by. #TellYourStory
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Watch The FADER’s Documentary About DJ and Producer Jubilee
Get to know Miami-born, New York based DJ and Producer Jubilee in The Fader’s Mini-Doc “After Hours”
Today, The FADER shares a short documentary on DJ and Producer Jubilee, named after her debut solo effort. The FADER follows the Mixpak producer around New York City, where she moved to from Miami in 2003.
From Jubilee’s NYC apartment to the dance-floor, Jubilee discusses leaving Florida to explore a new world in New York, how her deep love of Miami bass and “booty music” shaped her life, and the inspiration she gets from the people around her.
The Making of D.R.A.M.’s “Cute” With Charlie Heat
GOOD Music’s Charlie Heat talks producing D.R.A.M.’s “Cute”
G.O.O.D. Music’s in-house producer Charlie Heat, sits down with Genius for their latest episode of “Deconstructed.” The Jersey native shares insight into how the track “Cute” was selected by Virginia chart-topper D.R.A.M.
Charlie Heat talks the construction of the beat and how it took less than 30 minutes to complete the record. Watch the full episode of “Deconstructed,” presented by Genius above.
Remy Boy Monty Takes Pelle Pelle to His Hood in Paterson, NJ
Remy Boy Monty Takes Pelle Pelle around his Neighborhood for #WhatsInSeason Series
Remy Boy Monty Joins Pelle Pelle for a Tour of his neighborhood Paterson, NJ. From the whip to the chicken spot, he shows us his stomping grounds and reveals #WhatsInSeason for him.