A few weeks back Sean and Nate from 30H!3 stopped by my station, and I had the pleasure to chop it up with them. We talked about everything from their new album Omens, which drops on June 18th, as well as their new single “Back to Life,” (video posted below). They also told us about their new genre they created “Party Ballads,” as well as The Voice and what their first kiss with Ke$ha would be like (I’ll give you a hint, Jack Daniels and glitter.” You can purchase “Back to Life,” or anything else 3OH!3 on iTunes.
So the first annual Juice High School Tour wrapped up last week, and to say that it was a success would be a HUGE understatement. The show stopped at five Central Florida high schools from the end of April into the beginning of May, and featured many artists such as Ivan, Chanelle Ray, Sean Ray, Famous Kid Brick, B. Smyth, and the creators of the “Cat Daddy,” The Rej3ctz.
For the second time in as many years Floyd “Money” Mayweather top the Sports Illustrated “Fortunate 50,” which ranks the top 50 paid athletes playing professional sports in America, they can be foreign born but the league must be US based. The earning totals include; salary, winnings, bonuses, and endorsements. SI consulted with a sports marketing firm to contact; players’ associations, tour records, online databases, agents, and media reports. The top 5 included a boxer, two NBA players, an NFL player, and a golfer.
Kelly Rowland airs her “Dirty Laundry in her latest single. I swear Kelly has been on a roll lately, with her scantily clad outfits on the red carpet (which i loved), to her latest single “Dirty Laundry.” If you haven’t heard it yet, get ready for the thrill ride. In her latest single, Miss Rowland reveals her jealously of Beyoncé’s success after the breakup of Destiny’s Child, as well as talking about an abusive relationship that she was involved in.
Former Orlando Magic guard JJ Redick took exception with Dwyane Wade’s entrance to the arena before game four of the Heat-Bulls series. Redick hopped on his Instagram page and posted a picture of how players should enter the arena, at least how he sees it. Redick then followed that picture with a lengthy caption.
According to WTSP-News 10 in Tampa Bay, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is shortening yellow lights to increase more red lights, which in turn will create more tickets at red light camera intersections.
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