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Ed Sheeran Gives Us His Dream Collaborator

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Ed Sheeran Gives Us His Dream Collaborator

Ed Sheeran, at only 26 years of age, exemplifies the Songwriters Hall of Fame’s Hal David Starlight Award maybe more than some other. Sheeran will get the respect, made in 2004 to perceive youthful musicians who have a huge effect in the music business with unique arrangements, at the corridor of popularity’s 48th acceptance and honors supper June 15 in New York.  Ed Sheeran Dream Collaborator HustleTV

Halfway through his current triumphant keep running at London’s O2 field, Sheeran talked with Billboard about the fragile adjust of which melodies to keep and which to provide for different craftsmen, the tune he wishes he’d composed, and his changing area schedule.

 

Your present hit “State of You” was initially proposed for Rihanna. How regularly do you compose a tune for another person you wish you’d kept for yourself?

Rita Ora has a melody turning out in half a month, I don’t comprehend what they titled it [they titled it “Your Song,” and it’s the top-drifting track in the U.K. this week], and that is a melody on the off chance that it hadn’t gone to her, I would’ve kept it and discharged it. “State of You” was begun initially for Little Mix and Rihanna. That was something I had as a main priority, in any case, I mean, similar to a few melodies were implied for me that wound up on other individuals’ ventures. A portion of the melodies on the One Direction collection unquestionably begun for me and wound up on the One Direction collection. DJ Hustle

Do you hear yourself in your melodies that are performed by different specialists?

The greatest number of times as I can if there’s a tune I have a composition credit on, I attempt to have some kind of component of me on it, similarly as a sort of mark. Regardless of the possibility that it’s me doing the support vocal or me playing the guitar, I simply like having that component on melodies I’ve been included in. Much like DJ Mustard would have “Mustard on the Beat” or Mike Will Made-It would have a Mike Will Made-It [beat] on a track, it’s simply having something that is out of sight. It’s subliminal, however it’s there. HustleTV

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“The A Team,” your breakout single as an entertainer, has an effective story behind it.

It was composed in 2009, and at the time I was doing nearby gigs around London. One of my companions was running a destitute focus in East London to sustain the destitute over Christmas, and he stated, “Come and be the excitement there,” so I went and wound up talking with this young lady named Angel. I was 18 and hadn’t generally observed that a great part of the world. I experienced childhood in the wide open, and you don’t generally observe overwhelming, substantial medication compulsion in the farmland. You sort of simply observe drinking, so being in the city and seeing hard medication habit and the way it can influence somebody was a lovely educational thing. I was inhabiting an understudy house around a hour away shape London, and I got back and composing it and recording the demo on iMovie, on the grounds that I didn’t have whatever else to record it on. It came rapidly; it was a 20-minute melody. A few melodies can take a hour or two hours to compose or even an entire day, yet I do think the best tunes I’ve composed have been composed in 20 minutes.

These are few and far between, yet is there a melody that went poorly to end up noticeably a hit that is exceptional to you?

I expressed “I See Fire” for the Hobbit motion picture [The Hobbit: The Desolation on Smaug], and it never wound up motivating sent to radio since it turned out on a mark I wasn’t marked to, so nobody was permitted to push it to radio. I got the chance to compose and record and deliver everything on it, so it was the first occasion when I’d ever legitimately been a melody maker. I traveled to [New Zealand] and viewed the Hobbit film like outrageously fly slacked, and the CGI wasn’t in there yet, so it was very kind of harsh. And after that I went upstairs to this little studio and essentially composed this tune and did an unpleasant generation of it and got the chance to play everything else on it the following day and afterward flew home. It was all brisk, however it’s one of the melodies I’m most pleased with, on the grounds that I got the opportunity to do each and every component of it. HustleTV

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Kevin Hart and T.I. to Executive Produce Scripted Comedy Series

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Kevin Hart and T.I.

After six seasons in the world of reality television, T.I. has graduated to a scripted project. Kevin Hart and Tip are collaborating on a music-based office comedy for Showtime called, The StudioHustleTV

According to Deadline, the comedian and rapper will executive produce the show through Lionsgate TV. They’re also expected to make guest appearances.

The series, penned by Everybody Hates Chris writer Aeysha Carr, follows the day-to-day life and nighttime shenanigans of working in a recording studio.

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Kevin Hart and T.I. www.HustleTV.tv www.HustleGrind.com DJ Hustle

It’s unclear when the show will debut, but this isn’t the first time that the 37-year-old comedian and Atlanta rapper have worked together. Besides recording a track with Hart’s rap alter-ego “Chocolate Droppa,” the Hustle Gang foreman co-starred with the Philly native in the 2015 comedy Get Hard. He also made a cameo in Ride Along 2 starring Hart and Ice Cube. HustleTV

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Jamie Foxx Turn Rihanna’s ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ Into An Epic Opera on

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Jamie Foxx

Jamie Foxx can do it all. If you have any doubt that the Oscar-winning host of the new game show Beat Shazam — who is preparing a pop-up return to stand-up — is a master of pretty much every creative art, just watch his brilliant appearance on Thursday night’s (May 25) Tonight Show episode for further proof. HustleTV

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Jamie Foxx DJ Hustle www.HustleTV.tv www.HustleGrind.com Hustle

After regaling the crowd with the hilarious story about the time he feared Mike Tyson might put his lights out after he did an impression of the boxing champ without knowing the knock-out king was in the club, Foxx proved that his singing voice is still on point as well. In a game of “Musical Genre Challenge” with host (and skilled impressionist) Jimmy Fallon, Foxx turned a Rihanna hit into opera and took the Baha Men’s signature song to the Great White Way like it was nothing.

The game started with Fallon doing a Sinatra-like take on The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face,” which Foxx parried with his Broadway musical rendition of “Who Let the Dogs Out?,” complete with a talk-up about “cantankerous” pitbulls. They brought it together for a Rolling Stones-like rock ramble through Migos’ “Bad and Boujee,” but Foxx absolutely destroyed it with his Met-worthy take on “Bitch Better Have My Money.”  DJ Hustle Hustle on Twitter @DJHustle or Instagram DJHustle2407

 

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Chuck Taylor All-Stars

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Chuck Taylor All-Stars.

Converse Rubber Shoe Company was created by Marquis Mills Converse in 1908 in Malden, Massachusetts. In 1917, the company designed the forerunner of the modern All Star, marketed under the name “Non-Skids.” The shoe was composed of a rubber sole and canvas upper and was designed to be a high performance athletic shoe for basketball players. HustleTV 

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In 1923, American basketball player Charles “Chuck” Taylor joined a basketball team sponsored by the Converse Company called The Converse All Stars. Taylor held basketball clinics in high schools all over the country and while teaching the fundamentals of the game, he sold the All Star shoes.[2]As a salesman and athlete for the company, Taylor also made improvements to the shoe he loved. His ideas for the shoe were designed to provide enhanced flexibility and support and also incorporated a patch to protect the ankle. DJ Hustle

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A variety of professional basketball players soon wore All Stars and they became the envy of all aspiring basketball players. Soon after, All Stars were being worn by athletes in the Olympics, and during World War II American soldiers began to wear All Stars while in training.[3]

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In the 1960s, Converse began to expand their company and open more factories and by that time, Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars were being worn by ninety percent of professional and college basketball players.[4] As the years went on, the shoe gained more popularity and became a favorite for numerous groups and subcultures.

Throughout the years, Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars made a shift from athletic sportswear to casual footwear.[4] Originally an elite basketball shoe, the Chuck Taylor All Star evolved into the shoe of choice for many subcultures, particularly artists and musicians DJ Hustle

Tree Rollins was the last player to wear canvas Converse All Stars in the NBA, during the 1979–1980 season.[5][6] Micheal Ray Richardson briefly wore leather Converse All Stars with the New Jersey Nets after 1982, making him the last to wear the shoe in the NBA HustleTV

Nike acquisition[edit]

In 2003, Nike bought the Converse brand name for around $305 million.[8] While Converse dominated the US sneaker market from the 1920s until the 1970s, it began to struggle due to competition and lack of funds.[3] In the years following, Converse filed for bankruptcy multiple times and fell into further debt and was eventually sold to Nike. Chuck Taylor All Stars as well as Converse’s other shoes moved manufacturing from the US to countries like China, India, Vietnam and Indonesia.[3]

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson

When one of the biggest laughs in your movie revolves around the supposed hilarity of Zac Efron fondling a dead man’s scrotum, it’s probably a good move to check your outrage over its critical reception. HustleTV

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The Rock Dwayne Johnson HustleTV DJ Hustle

If you’ve somehow been able to remain ignorant to its relentless marketing campaign (seriously, how?), “Baywatch” hits theaters Friday and critics are already savaging the movie with a 19 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes. Some have compared watching the reboot to sitting in a wet bathing suit for a prolonged period, while others have conceded it’s stupidly entertaining at best.

The movie’s star, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, however, is on a one man social media mission to convince the world that “Baywatch” isn’t as bad as everyone’s saying it is. Cue the actor launching into an almost Trumpian tweetstorm on Thursday about how out of touch the media is with what the the public wants.  The Rock posts

“Yay positive upticks,” he tweeted. “Fans LOVE the movie. Critics HATE it. What a glaring disconnect. People just want to laugh & have fun.” DJ Hustle

Next he spent time praising some fans and critics who actually liked the movie with some choice retweets and knocks at those who laughed in the theater, but trash the film publicly.

And to finish off, Johnson took one more jab at the “Baywatch” naysayers, reminding everyone once again of just how differently the fans and the media feel about the movie.

“Oh boy, critics had their venom & knives ready,” he wrote. “Fans LOVE the movie. Huge positive scores. Big disconnect w/ critics & people.”

Considering the way things are headed, “Baywatch” will likely get a sequel and Johnson will make the White House home within the decade, so maybe we should submit and take a bite of what The Rock is cooking.

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Pippa Middleton’s Wedding Dress

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Pippa Middleton

The name behind Pippa Middleton’s wedding dress might sound familiar: designer Giles Deacon also created Solange Knowles’ (very different) look for the Met Gala a couple years ago.  DJ Hustle

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Pippa Middleton and Mr. James Matthews www.HustleTV.tv www.HustleGrind.com DJ Hustle

While Middleton’s custom, hand-appliqued lace wedding gown had a classic, romantic silhouette, Solange wore a dramatic, accordion pleated mini dress from Giles’ A/W 15 collection to the 2015 Met Gala — an ensemble she calls one of her personal favorites. “I really, really enjoyed my Met Ball look from two years ago,” the singer told Refinery29 recently. “It gave the illusion of a fan — the theme was ‘China: Through the Looking Glass,’ and I wanted to be as respectful as possible to the theme … That was a moment that I felt 100% myself — as ‘myself’ as you can feel with a fan as a dress.”

The versatile British designer has also dressed Hollywood stars like Sarah Jessica Parker (at the 2013 Met Gala) and Cate Blanchett (at Cannes in 2015).

Designing the dress for an almost-royal wedding, however, is what has really put his name in headlines. Middleton — the sister of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge — “has a great eye” and “knew what she wanted,” Deacon told BoF.

“I wanted that ‘how-was-that-done?’ factor,” Deacon said. “It’s all hand-pieced which is why you don’t actually see a seam.”

“There’s incredible movement,” Deacon added. HustleTV

Of the inspiration behind its shape, the designer said, “I always loved the dancing scenes in The Leopard. I know they were all hoop crinolines in the film, but there’s something gorgeous about having that great movement, with the skirt spinning round, keeping its shape.”

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Why You Have To Hustle To Get DJing Achievement

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Why You Have To Hustle To Get DJing Achievement.

I’m always banging on about how you need to get gigs to really learn DJing – and unless you’re one of those DJs who’s happy messing around in your bedroom doing mixes for only yourself to hear, I stand right by that: No crowd, no deal. DJing is done in public. It’s a two-way thing, and it can’t be two way if it’s only you there. Thing is, to get those gigs, you need to hustle – and many people aren’t at all comfortable with that, especially beginners. DJ Hustle

“I’m not good enough!” they say. Well sorry, I’m going to hit you with it: You’ll never get good enough unless you get out of your comfort zone and land those gigs.  DJ Hustle

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YallWest DJ Hustle www.HustleTV.tv

Luckily, you don’t have to be an amazing DJ to start playing in public. The important thing is that you need to start. I’m going to tell you some of my own story, and then introduce you to two other DJs – Elliot and Peter – to show you exactly what I mean. About four years into my “club” DJing career, I was running my own club night, playing every Saturday to 500+ people. I was a fully professional DJ and promoter. I was paying the club hire fee, the doormen, the other DJs. I was making enough money to be buying my own house from what was left over. I was in touch with agents and booking big names, who were playing alongside me. Other times, when we had no big names playing, I would play the night either with my resident DJ partner or even on my own. Our crowd was loyal, and people often commented that the resident-only nights were better than the guest DJ nights!  Follow Hustle on Twitter @DJHustle or Instagram DJHustle2407

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The Jonathan Foundation’s Fundraiser” To Aid Children with Autism and Learning Disabilities

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The Jonathan Foundation has established an Assessment Scholarship Program. Proceeds from the May 20th Fundraiser will go towards funding assessments for children diagnosed with ADD/ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Apraxia, Auditory Integration, Autism/Asperger, Behavioral Disorders, Bipolar, Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Deafness/Hard of Hearing, Developmental Disabilities, Diabetes, Down Syndrome, Dyslexia, Epilepsy, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Fragile X Syndrome, General Health, Mental Health, Intellectual Disability, ODD (Oppositional Deviant Disorder), Speech Disorders, Spina Bifida, Spinal Cord Injuries, Substance Abuse, Tourettes Syndrome, and Visual Impairment. HustleTV

About The Jonathan Foundation

The Jonathan Foundation was formed in 2001, founded by Raja Marhaba. It all began when both of her sons were diagnosed with ADHD and learning disabilities. Today both boys Jonathan and Omar sit on the Board of The Jonathan Foundation and are actively involved. They mentor children, speak with them and help them to better understand what they are going through and they are not alone, that their disability is not a disability but a “gift”. They connect with our special needs children on a level most people cannot because they lived the path these children are currently walking. Visit The Jonathan Foundation website www.thejonathanfoundation.org

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The Jonathan Foundation’s Fundraiser www.HustleTV.tv DJ Hustle 

WHO: Jacob Hopkins & Terrell Ransom Jr; Cartoon Network’s “The Amazing World of Gumball”, Merit Leighton “Disney’s Sofia The First”,

Hunter Payton “NBC’s A-Z”, Marlowe Peyton, ABC’s “Fresh Off The Boat“, Tara-Nicole Azarian “Nickelodeon’s Game Shakers”, Nick Azarian “Popstar Never Stop Stopping”, Casey Burke,“ABC’s The Middle”, Kiana Lyz Rivera, “TNT’s Major Crimes, Beauty Youtuber “Kindly Kiana”, Aedin Mincks “Disney’s Ant Farm”, Austin Mincks “Lopez Show, Criminal Minds, Melissa & Joey”, Hayley Gripp “CSI: Las Vegas & Lifetime’s Killer Kids”, Mateo “Comedy Central’s Kroll Show”, Kacey Fifield “Nickelodeon’s Game Shakers”, Amber Romero “Clique Wars, Disney’s XD’s Future-Worm”, Ava Cantrell“Warner Bros/New Line ‘s film “Lights Out”, Justin Tinucci “Sony’s Devils Whisper”, Benjamin Stockham “About A Boy”, Sarah Kay Jolly “Bokendan:Quest for The Phoenix Sword”, Savannah Kennick Model/Actress Vogue, Seventeen & film, Holidays”, Sean-Ryan Petersen “Game Shakers, Dive Olly Dive!”, and Izzy Eggerling “The Nerd Posse”, Jack Dean “Black-ish”, Ron Brown; NFL Retired Players Association, Former NASCAR driver Felix “The Nighthawk” Giles, Film & television writer/director Dave Shelton, Producer/Artist/Songwriter John “Sly” Wilson, The Jonathan Foundation’s Jonathan Marhaba, Advocate, Dr. Lois Lee, Founder Children of the Night and MORE! HustleTV

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DJ Hustle Friday Quick Mix

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DJ Hustle Friday quick mix will keep the weekend hustle going, DJ Hustle will keep your requests in every quick mix.  Hustle is on the turntables giving you daily mixes. DJ Hustle  Listen to DJ Hustle as he is slapping the hits from the streets. Follow Hustle on Twitter @DJHustle or Instagram DJHustle2407

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Migos ft Lil Uzi Vert – Bad & Boujee (Clean)
03:50
Future – Draco (Clean / Intro)
04:59
Drake ft. Quavo and Travis Scott – Portland (Clean)
06:15
Migos – Get Right Witcha (Clean)
07:16
O.T. Genasis ft T.I – Get Racks (Clean / Intro)
08:29
Nicki Minaj ft Drake & Lil Wayne – No Frauds (Clean)
09:53
Rick Ross ft Young Thug & Wale – Trap Trap Trap (Clean) – 2A
11:45
Kendrick Lamar – HUMBLE. (Clean / Intro)
12:21
Kendrick Lamar – HUMBLE. (Clean / Intro)

DJ Hustle is one of the most prolific DJ personalities from the West Coast.  With multiple appearances in music videos and national commercials, his face will soon be on of those you will recognize on sight.  DJ Hustle and his HustleTV program brings his viewer exclusive access to some of the biggest names in the the music world.  HustleTV is one of the must stop-ins for entertainment personalities when they hit the Los Angeles areaDJ Hustle

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Dj mixer DJ Hustle HustleTV LA

*As any successful executive in entertainment will tell you, “when you have the streets connected and endorsing your product, your chances for success increase immeasurably.”

That is exactly what is happening with the “new man on the streets” simply known as “DJ Hustle .”

Starting off as a DJ performing at major venues across the country, DJ Hustle decided to branch out and formed “HustleTV” in 2008 with the show being aired via the Time Warner Cable system.

Within a one year time period, “Hustle TV” had caught on with the Hip Hop audience nationwide, while DJ Hustle’s rapport with the various Rap music stars and sports figures enabled him to secure the “street level, uncut interviews” the artist themselves preferred and that the viewers so desperately wanted to see. DJ Hustle 

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Ice Cube Talks Final ‘Friday’ Movie Jason Derulo chat with James Corden

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Friday

Ice Cube and Jason Derulo chat with James Corden

Everyone has a mom and sometimes you have to explain things to her, like what your single called “Swalla” is about, or why you have a song called “F–k Tha Police.” How do you do that? Viewers found out on Tuesday night (May 16) when Jason Derulo and Ice Cube sat down with The Late Late Show host James Corden to talk about their famous songs and their favorite movie. HustleTV

Describing the new explicit version of “Swalla” he’s just released, Derulo said he wanted to slow the track down so you could really get the, um, feel for the lyrics. “What’s the inspiration behind the song? I’m scared to ask if I’m honest,” Corden probed innocently. “It’s up for interpretation,” Derulo said. “Is it?,” Corden replied, noting that a lot of Jason’s music is about sex and wondering how his mom feels about that.

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“‘Talk Dirty’ she thought was going to end my career,” DeRulo admitted. “‘It’s just too dirty, baby, this is not you,'” his mother told him about the 2014 smash. “I’m like, ‘ma, it is me!’ And then ‘Talk Dirty’ did what it did and ‘Swalla’ came on the scene and she was like, ‘I love this!'” Cube agreed, saying moms don’t want you to do anything “until the money comes in.”

Watch Cube describe how his mom reacted to N.W.A’s famous anti-establishment anthem: DJ Hustle

Derulo was just thrilled to be anywhere near the N.W.A legend because, as it turns out, he’s a massive Friday fan. “Friday was one of my favorite movies of all time,” Derulo told Cube about his legendary 1995 stoner comedy. “Literally I would watch it every single Friday, it was that serious.” Cube then dropped some news about the cult classic, revealing that he’s finally working on the fourth, and last chapter in the series. HustleTV

“We’re working on one right now,” Cube said. “We’re gonna call it Last Friday.” Cube — who had to break the news to Corden that there’s probably not a role for him in the sequel — was, however, willing to indulge the host’s desire to learn more about the art of hand-checking in basketball while hyping his Big 3 basketball league. Watch the action get physical. HustleTV