https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQUqWfWg1Mw&list=UU48U5KMsszt-2FacTx6KOLA Been trying to put up content that I've been finding on here and there. Here is a vid of the GRAND MASTER Dj Sat - 1 and I cutting up in the @wired965philly studios!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkpQqN5_iaY&feature=youtu.be I had a great opportunity to guest Dj and host on 106 and Park this summer! Check out the clips. I got to kick off the show, interview Chinx Drugs, and throw the #1 video! What a dream come true! Thank you BET for having me a part of the show!
Bonnaroo 2014 wrapped up in Manchester, TN this weekend and boasted plenty of performers across every genre of music imaginable; Skrillex, Elton John, and even the hot-blooded Kanye West, all made appearances to crowds that surged upwards of 80,000 fans. Bonics and Wiz Khalifa took the stage shortly before the legendary Elton John, and they performed tracks off of Wiz's most recent mixtape “28 Grams," and, crowd favorite, “Rolling Papers.” Check out more pictures and recap videos after the jump below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chcxUtzD-vQ
Wiz recently stopped by the Wired 96.5 studios in Philly to chat with Bonics about his latest mixtape "28 Grams", his Under the Influence tour, and his trip to South Africa! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0avcm1f-lSs
Next Wednesday, Bonics will be returning from South Africa to hop on stage at 106 and Park on BET! Bonics will be guest hosting as well the DJ for the day, and you can tune in during the Top Ten Live or by using the 106 and Park App. Want more details on the backstage action as it happens? Make sure to follow Bonics on Instagram and Twitter at @DjBonics!
The undisputed King Of Hooks in the hip-hop game right now Future came to Philadelphia at the Trocadero Theater on Thursday for his “Honest” tour that featured some hometown Philly love as well as plenty of other performers that helped showcase the rapper’s energetic style of performing. The last time Future was in Philly was on the assist during Drake’s “So You Want a Tour?” tour, and the move from the stadium crowds to a more intimate venue helped prove that Future is a legitimate contender in the rap community and not just an artist who can provide catchy features. In just a few short years, his hip yet still minimal blend of catchy riffs and R&B mixed with hard rap have made him one of the most sought after artists.
There are few albums that could open up with a manifesto that cover topics such as political corruption, fake producers, and the line of all lines “a world as perfect as Kate Upton’s breasts.” But one of electronic music’s most polarizing artists, Borgore, wouldn’t be caught dead putting anything else out. The well known Hollywood partier previewed his brand new album #NEWGOREORDER on Dim Mak Records last night in New York City at Pacha Nightclub, and took some time to talk about his upcoming tour and appearances.