Check out the Cipha Sounds/Rosenberg show on Hot 97 Sunday April 1st at 1:00 am! Don't miss it, Mr. Cheeks will be discussing his new projects and he has a lot of new music about to drop!
- Veronika London, the Inked Jolie-esque Mexican Actress, is mostly sent out for the bad ass, kick ass, darker roles, a brand of Jolie meets Michelle Rodriguez as she was born in Mexico City.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Press Release) - Mar 23, 2012 - Who is Jane Doe? That's the question everybody wants an answer to, including herself. Jane Doe, played by Veronika London (Body Language, HBO series "Lingerie") is a young prostitute and heroin addict found by paramedics laying on the street in a pool of blood. She is the victim of a violent altercation which leaves her with a severe head injury. Stricken by amnesia and struggling with her heroin addiction, she is on a quest to discover her identity but most importantly who did this to her and why. She is taken in by a nurse played by Vivica A. Fox (Kill Bill, Independence Day) who is a motherly figure to her. Along her quest she comes along several characters from her past and the clues to the answers she seeks slowly come to light, revealing many horrible truths. With this information, feelings of curiosity quickly turn to a thirst for retribution.
The film will be shown at a private screening on April 14th, 2012 in Toronto, Canada.
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ABOUT VERONIKA LONDON
Born in Mexico City, and raised in Toronto, her acting career started in 2009 with provocative television appearances on HBO's "Lingerie" and Showtime's "Body Language". In that same year, London shot seven music videos - all of which featured her in lead roles, ranging in different musical genres, worked as the co- host for Toro- TV's "Damage Control" series, and launched a film career with Spanish speaking roles in Meet My Water Buffalo and in the dark comedy The Elusive Man. The Elusive Man traveled internationally in the festival circuit and went on to win several awards, including "Action on Film" in California and at the World Fest International Film Festival in Houston. A turning point for London was in late 2009 when she was featured in Maxim magazine and tagged as "Megan Fox of Hollywood North." Such a comparison allowed for international exposure. To London the comparison simply illustrated the similar traits by which they live: "freedom, confidence, and seduction." In 2010, the method trained actress, having studied at Pro-Actors lab in Toronto, focused on more unconventional feature film roles as a means of challenging herself with character driven roles. She found herself connecting better with the "conflicted rawness" of some of the characters she portrayed, such as the assassin in Mvnera, a killer bartender in Three Shades of Black and a pregnant nun in the horror slasher Black Eve. Her dark and natural "NYC street edge" became clear when she entered the "serious actress pool," starring alongside Vivica A. Fox, in the thriller Searching for Angels, playing an amnesiac heroin addict. Apart from a film and television career, London is the face of MMA clothing life "Bombshell","Chacha Cosmetics" and is frequently published in men's magazines exploiting her exotic look and in fashion magazines sporting high fashion edgy look in her current "Rihanna, vampire red hair".
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Plaza Ocean Club will be the venue for a free spring break event like no other! This is a big event bringing in 3-time Grammy winner Freedom Williams and C&C Music Factory to introduce Mark E Walker. This will be an event you do not want to miss!!!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- Mar 05, 2012 -
Friday March 23rd will be the day to be beach side at the Plaza Ocean Club at 3:00pm. Mark E Walker, Freedom Williams & C&C Music Factory will be dazzling the stage.The show will also include local act Midnight Moxy and Tony TNT Williams, as well as local favorite DJ Pop RoXxX and dancers. This event is to celebrate the release of new music from Mark E. Walker featuring Freedom Williams from C&C Music Factory. Mark is not new to the music scene. He toured globally in the 90's as a back-up singer/dancer for Stevie B. He is more focused than ever and excited about his new release!
Mark E. Walker dance, r&b and pop music artist, has performed across the world from the United States in just about every state, to overseas in many countries including Japan to Rio De Janiero to Puerto Rico and across the globe. His hot song from his group MCSC “Dream Girl” was a top 40 hit on the Billboard Dance Charts. He has also traveled throughout the world in concert performing with freestyle artist Stevie B. Mark's other career highlights include being a renowned professional singer, dancer, performer and dance choreographer. Mark has been involved with shows along with other great musical acts such as Ce Ce Peniston, Crystal Walters, C+C Music Factory, Blessed Union of Souls and touring with Stevie B. just to name a few.
Some additional highlights of Mark's career include the Hurricane Andrew Benefit Concert in South Miami, performing in Japan at the famous Blue Note Club in Osaka and The Bottom Line Club in Nagoya, where a concert video of his group MCSC was filmed along with Stevie B. for a televised show. Other career highlights include shows in Canada including a packed house in Montreal at Club Metropolis. He also performed in Indonesia to sold out shows in the cities of Jakarta, Bali and Bandon. Mark is no stranger to performing across the nation and abroad.
Moving to the near present, Mark’s 2010 single “Here We Go” and 2010 EP was released on Pyramid Music in FL. & CA. His single of the same, entitled “Here We Go”, received rave reviews on its airplay on Florida radio and throughout the radio market. A new mix of it, featuring Freedom Williams of C+C Music Factory fame, is currently being produced and is being pitched for a national Bud Light commercial, whose slogan is “Bud Light, Here We Go”. He is also in the process of finishing up his full length album entitled “Into the Future” for a spring/summer 2012 release on Pyramid Music Productions. The single of the same title was released in December 2011 and also features Freedom Williams of C+C Music Factory fame as a guest rapper on it as well. This single is currently receiving favorable radio airplay across the country. An additional show has been added on March 24th at Visions Night Club in Naples, FL, with C&C Music Factory, Mark & Freedom. They will be live on 103.9 WXKB radio at 8:30pm that night with the show following at midnight.
Mark E Walker Official Website: www.markewalkermusic.com
For more information, please contact:
Vern Shank · PR at Pyramid Music Productions · e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing everyone there at:
Plaza Ocean Club - pool deck - 640 North Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, FL 32118
Pre-show starts at 2p, showtime is 3:00pm and there will be an after-party at the Ocean Deck Beach Club starting at 10pm.
~Ocean Deck Beach Club
127 S. Ocean Ave Daytona Beach, FL** On The Beach **One block south of Main St Pier
~All who attend will receive free music download cards!
This will be a magical event of sun, fun, and great dance music!
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE NOW THE OFFICIAL PUBLICIST FOR MR. CHEEKS (LOST BOYZ) THIS GRAMMY WINNING ARTIST HAS A LOT COMING UP. STAY TUNED!
David Ruffin - TvOne's UnSung Episode - March 5, 2012 – The raspy and anguished lead voice on mega-hits “My Girl,” “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg,” and “I Know (I’m Losing You),” David Ruffin was the center of The Temptations in their peak years. But his expanding ego forced his band mates to cut ties with him in 1968. And with only one significant solo hit, “My Whole World Ended,” Ruffin never again reached the heights he’d enjoyed as the swoon-inducing leader of The Tempts. In private life, David was a talented, self-tortured soul, capable of kindness and generosity along with untempered anger. But drug abuse wore him down in the ’70s and ’80s, costing him precious opportunities to reunite with friends and former bandmates, and damaging his relationships with those closest to his heart. Less than two years after joining The Temptations onstage for their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, he was found dead from an apparent drug overdose at the age 50. Now, his family, friends and musical associates come together to help ‘Unsung’ portray the tumultuous life and career of a legendary singer.