Keri Hilson, Roscoe Dash, Lance Gross, Lloyd, Don Cannon, all of the men-who-dress-like-women from Real Housewives of Atlanta, and many more local industry folks showed up at the Mercedes-Benz of Atlanta dealership on Wednesday evening for Polow da Don’s fashion show to benefit cancer victims.
Flo Rida (above) and his group Git Fresh (below) are embarking on a promo tour promoting their upcoming projects. Flo Rida just dropped his single “Club Can’t Handle Me” with David Guetta, and Git Fresh recently shot the video for their single “She Be Like,” which is getting a lot of play in their hometown of Miami.
Mr. Blowing Money Fast, Rick Ross aka Ricky Rozay, took over Miami nightclub King of Diamonds Tuesday night to celebrate the release of his album Teflon Don. It was quite a night, to say the least. To view the complete photo gallery, CLICK HERE.
Trina, Yo Gotti, Gucci Mane, and Bobby V came out to show support, as well as Ross’s Maybach Music crew (Triple C’s, Masspike Miles, Magazeen, Spiff TV). For a minute I was surprised Diddy wasn’t there, then I thought “maybe he didn’t want to outshine his artist,” then I thought, “that’s never stopped him before,” but that’s neither here nor there. Suffice it to say, the party was poppin’. Ross kicked things off right by landing in a helicopter (a very Diddy-esque move, incidentally):
After being escorted through the parking lot by dozens of security and strippers, Ross took the stage to perform “BMF” (my prediction that he would perform the song 6 times actually did not happen).
After that one song, the stage turned into a whole lot of this:
Ross’ girlfriend even joined in the fun and made it rain a lil:
Ross eventually got back on the mic and performed a few songs along with Trina, Yo Gotti, and Gucci Mane:
B.o.B recently announced plans to headline his first ever global headlining tour.
Dubbed “The Shootin’ For Stars Tour,” Bobby Ray will be kicking off the trip tonight in Melbourne, Austrailia. The 2009 XXL Freshman will continue to make stops in Osaka and Tokyo, Japan before heading back to the states, where he is set to make stops in all the major cities across the the country. The tour, scheduled to wrap up on October 30, will include visits to large arenas, college venues, and various Six Flags locations.