Our own Celebrity Host & DJ DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands is giving you West Coast Wednesday . Hustle is on the turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.
The Powerhouse festival area features live performances from emerging Hip Hop artists on the Bud Light Who’s Next? stage, custom cars on display from Galpin Auto Sports, graffiti artists, body art, psychic readings, games, a Ferris wheel, charging stations, food trucks and lifestyle activities. Join Power 106 DJs in the Power Party tent and catch a peek at the new film ALL EYEZ ON ME on the main concourse. Powerhouse is a 1 day music festival, doors open at noon. For more information, visit http://www.power106.com/powerhouse . HustleTV
POWERHOUSE HAS MOVED OUTDOORS! Make sure you grab your tickets to #POWERHOUSELA and don’t miss this years’ best hip hop festival! Get into #Beastmode with Big Sean! BIG SEAN is headlining alongside LIL’ WAYNE, DJ KHALED, DEORRO, KID INK, POST MALONE, DOM KENNEDY, MADEINTYO, SKEME, VICE, DJ FELLI FEL AND WARM BREW. Stay locked to Power 106 for a very special announcement on Monday, April 24th! We’ve got a major surprise in store for you!
Check out Hip Hop’s future superstars on the Bud Light Who’s Next? Festival Stage; featuring UGLY GOD, DICE SOHO, SCOOP DEVILLE, AD, PRICELESS, DA ROC, FLIP MAJOR, HARRY MACK and more to be announced! Previous Who’s Next? performers have included J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar and G Eazy!
#POWERHOUSELA Is Saturday, May 6th at the Glen Helen Amphitheater from 12noon-10pm. The Glen Helen Amphitheater (formerly called The San Manuel Amphitheater) is located at 2575 Glen Helen Pkwy, San Bernardino, CA 92407
#POWERHOUSELA features, 2 stages, Galpin Auto sports, graffiti artists, beer garden, liquor lounge, psychic, body painting, adult games, bmx demonstrations, skate ramps, charging stations, merchandise, food and more. Doors open at 12 Noon. Get ready to get your party on!
Get your tickets today: Tickets start at only $29.50 Want to win tickets? Listen to power 106 on the radio, app or power106.com every hour 6am-8pm! When we ask you to call, dial 818-520-1059 and be caller 106. Each winner gets qualified for $1000 grand prize. Kick off your summer with #POWERHOUSELA, we’ll see on May 6th! HustleTV
BIG SEAN – DJ KHALED – LIL’ WAYNE – DEORRO KID INK – JEREMIH – POST MALONE – SKEME DOM KENNEDY -WARM BREW – LA LEAKERS –VICE
DJ FELLI FEL – UGLY GOD – DICE SOHO – SCOOP DEVILLE
AD PRICELESS DA ROC – FLIP MAJOR – HARRY MACK
SATURDAY – MAY 6, 2017
GLEN HELEN AMPHITHEATER
2575 Glen Helen Pkwy, San Bernardino, CA 92407
12 NOON – 10PM
Power 106’s (105.9 Los Angeles), JUST ADDED, DJ KHALED! Powerhouse features Platinum superstars, EDM DJs and breaking Hip Hop talent that make Powerhouse the HIP HOP festival of the summer! Performances by BIG SEAN, DJ KHALED, LIL’ WAYNE, DEORRO, KID INK, JEREMIH, POST MALONE, SKEME, THE LA LEAKERS, SKEME, DOM KENNEDY, DJ FELLI FEL, WARM BREW, UGLY GOD, DICE SOHO, SCOOP DEVILLE, AD PRICELESS DA ROC, FLIP MAJOR, HARRY MACK AND SURPRISE GUESTS! HustleTV
YALL WEST book festival.
The third annual YallWest book festival happened in Santa Monica, California this weekend, and as young as the festival still is, it’s still one of the most entertaining, best organized book festivals around. HustleTV
*These are the ONLY ticketed events at YALLWEST. All other events are free and open to the public. There are NO general admission tickets needed.
2017 YALLWEST Lineup
Melissa de la Cruz
Sara B. Larson
Sarah Nicole Lemon
Daniel Jose Older
Linda Sue Park
Natalie C. Parker
Rachel Renee Russell
Benjamin Alire Saenz
Holly Goldberg Sloan
Jennifer E. Smith
Lola St. Vil
Tamara Ireland Stone
Megan Whalen Turner
John Corey Whaley
Coachella 2017: DJ Hustle
HustleTV Music News … The conversations leading up to Coachella Weekend 1 usually begin with a guessing game: Who’s bringing out who? Who’s performing what? Who will exceed expectations? For this year’s festival in Indio, California, kickoff day (Friday, April 14) came with two surprise guests, unsuspecting show-stealers and technical difficulties for the night’s biggest act. Run through the Day 1 notes from on-the-ground staffers below.
3:05 p.m. The Lemon Twigs welcome Todd Rundgren on stage for “Couldn’t I Just Tell You,” marking one of the first guest spots of this year’s festival (Zipper Club, who had Curt Smith join them for “Mad World” went on an hour earlier). The artists share a clear power-pop kinship, and the through line shown through as frontman Brian D’Addario glowed every time he looked at Rundgren.
4:20 p.m. Eyes closed, Sampha emerged in a haze of stage fog combined with marijuana and cigarette smoke (appropriate given the time). “Plastic 100°C” and “Timmy’s Prayer,” off the British crooner’s impressive debut Process, kicked off the alt-R&B happy hour at the Mojave stage. Decked in a green bomber that read “Peacemaker,” Sampha chose an appropriate ‘fit as his 45-minute set became instant bonding grounds for afternoon Coachella-goers on Day 1 (one man seated on the ground sprayed water fans on sweating passersby while a woman complimented her neighbor’s outfit). By the third song, the jacket came off to reveal the introverted singer in a white tee and sometimes flexing his dance moves and entrancing sorcery on the piano. Sampha even treated the crowd with his steamy interlude on Drake’s More Life titled “4422.” HustleTV
4:45 p.m. Big Gigantic‘s saxophonist Dominic Lalli’s announcement that the group would be debuting a new song “Friends” featuring singer Ash is met with a swell of cheers. “Thanks for the best afternoons we’ve had in our lives” he hollers while beaming. “You couldn’t slap the smile off his face,” an attendee says.—
5:17 p.m. Who knew a flute could get people dancing?Bonobos created all sorts of vibes with several instruments (trombone, trumpets, keyboard) during their Coachella stage set, even getting people just walking by to bust a move. — Taylor Weatherby
5:27 p.m.. “Don’t y’all understand I wanna bring what’s real?” Raurydelivered equally chill and mellow vibes as Sampha — but with more body language and uplifting stage commentary. In his fringe-y white ensemble, the motivating singer/songwriter/musician offered the crowd an escape. “We don’t get to lose our minds that often,” he said before dropping a beat, prompting everyone to scream. He also debuted a new track titled “In The Night.” At the end of his set, he laid down on the stage, morphed into an impromptu life coach and said, “Sometimes I just wanna stay here on the ground, feeling sorry for myself but we can’t do that, Coachella.” He stood up. “We gotta stand up on our own two feet and face the world.”
5:57 p.m. “Shit, this is a big stage. My legs are so short, I don’t think you understand how long it takes to run from one end to the other,”Broods’ vocalist Georgia Natt told the crowd after starting off by commenting on how hot it was on the festival grounds. When it came to her performance, though, Natt’s vocals and energetic antics completely concealed that she may have been struggling with the stage size or the heat. After performing one of the group’s biggest songs, “Free,” a fan gushed, “She is a boss, she’s a f–king boss.” In fact, she’s such a boss, she inspired Scandal’s boss, actor Tony Goldwyn (President Fitzgerald Grant, a.k.a. Fitz) to check out her set from the V.I.P. section.
6:06 p.m. Francis and the Lights’ Francis Farewell Starlite emerged onstage in a red jacket, dancing to the Throne version of Drake’s “Pop Style” to open the show and rapped along to Kanye West’s verse. Some stand outs from his set were “See Her Out” and “I Want You To Shake.”
6:21 p.m. “Can’t have Coachella without me coming to say hello,” the Glass Animals’ lead singer tells the Coachella stage audience as he rides a security guard’s shoulders into the crowd — while wearing a walking boot — before starting a dynamic rendition of the indie rock band’s biggest hit, “Gooey.”
6:30 p.m. Crystal Castles‘ new vocalist Edith Frances screams through a face full of electric green hair that matches the hue of the LEDs behind her while the drummer’s maelstrom churns behind her. — Matt Medved
6:54 p.m. “We can’t believe we’re playing with the sunset. California is the best place on earth,” Oh Wonder‘s Anthony West said as the daylight faded about 15 minutes into the British duo’s set. Amidst a set list featuring awe-inspiring renditions of “Drive” and “Body Gold,” West’s counterpart Josephine Vander Guchthis added, “This is our first time at Coachella and bloody hell does it exceed our expectations — there’s a lot more palm trees than I imagined!”
8:12 p.m. While folk-rocker Father John Misty is sort of a prodigal son of Coachella at this point, it’s too bad his graduation set on the main stage was witnessed by so few — perhaps it was the traffic from LA or maybe it was his scheduling against Phantogram, who ended up drawing one of the bigger crowds of the day. Even so, he confidently preened through his entire 55-minute set to let the crowd know that he was going to put on one heck of a show no matter who was there, creating an almost religious experience for his set-concluding “Honeybear” by dropping to his knees. HustleTV
9:02 p.m. “Chella, how you doing? We’ve missed you. We do not have the words to say how happy we are to be here,” Oliver Sim of The XX first addresses the crowd after a few songs. During the hour-long set, the English band kept mostly to the tunes, adding simple, yet sincere commentary like Romy Croft’s admitting that she was “a bit nervous.” Yet, one of the most stand-out parts of their show was when Croft took the mic for a solo performance of, fittingly, “Performance.” — Taylor Weatherby
7:13 p.m. Banks hit the Gobi stage and a roar crescendoed. Her sexy set, complete with modern dancers and a sparkly red number, marked a comeback of sorts to Chella. “This is such a crazy feeling. Coachella was the first festival I ever did three years ago and I’m back. if you know this song, sing with me,” she teased before performing crowd-pleaser “Trainwreck.”
7:47 p.m. Over at the Sahara stage, Mac Miller set the evening party off right by performing the Miguel-assisted “Weekend” and several other crowd pleasers. HustleTV
8:11 p.m. Richie Hawtin kicks off his CLOSE live concept straddling the gap between flickering Ava LIV synth behind a minimal pulsing strobe light. Cheers erupt as the constant backbeat evolves to incorporate hi hats and snares in syncopated patterns over foreboding synthscapes. Hawtin’s visuals contort video feeds of his own onstage controller setup, which includes two Allen & Heath Xone K2s and a step-sequenced Ableton Push, into overlapping red and white illuminated outlines, deconstructing into firework fizzles, strobe flashes and swirling geometric after images above his pounding techno backbeat.
9:39 p.m. Blending mixtape cuts (“Skyfall” and “Upper Echelon”) with Hot 100 party-starters (“Pick Up The Phone” and “Antidote”) and a slew of Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight entries (“the ends,” “way back” and the finale “goosebumps”), Travis Scott’s eclectic set list turned Indio into the rodeo. Trippy jumbo-screen projections, a bird stage prop and incessant, Auto-Tuned screaming made La Flame’s energy all the more fiery. “I wanna see the f–king rage, Coachella,” he said. “I came for the rage, Coachella. If you not tryna mosh pit, if you not tryna lay on the ground, get the f–k out.”
10:23 p.m. The Sahara tent presents quite the traffic jam for those who are hoping to see Empire of the Sun. Fans who were lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the stage amongst the chaos witnessed quite the show, as the Australian electronic duo had almost like tribal dancers throughout the whole show. But even audience members who may have been a little peeved by being so far back couldn’t refrain from fangirling (and going absolutely crazy) over the band’s megahit, “Walking on a Dream.”
11:04 p.m. Headliner Radiohead experiences some serious sound issues, first cutting out completely and then loud explosions of random speaker sounds, to which Thom Yorke quipped “F–ckin aliens again.” Those “aliens” decided to stick around for the whole show, as the technical difficulties occurred a few more times. The band played through the trouble, though, and when there was silence, fans filled the awkwardness with encouraging cheers — that is, other than a group who couldn’t help joking, “Unmute! Unmute!”).
11:40 p.m. You’d think the party would be winding down, but that is not the case at the Sahara tent, where Dillon Francis just begins his DJ set to an insanely huge crowd that finds men dancing in trees and loud screams every time the beat drops. About halfway through his set, Francis played a mash-up of Calvin Harris’ “Slide” and Beyonce’s “Single Ladies,” intro-ing with, “This song goes out to Beyonce since she couldn’t be here.” G-Eazy makes for one of the only surprise appearances of the Day 1 festivities, joining Francis for their new collaboration, “Say Less.”
12:56 a.m. D.R.A.M. performed the Day 1 finale “Broccoli” by initially singing it in ballad form before launching into the original (unfortunately sans a Lil Yachty cameo). Before he exited the Mojave stage, he called out the momma’s boys and girls in the crowd. “If you love your momma,” he said, “say yeahhhh!” — Taylor Weatherby HustleTV
DJ Hustle share’s his practice set the behind sense life of a DJ everyday practice and more practice. To be a great DJ you have to practice everyday for hours.
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 area.
DJ Hustle share’s his practice set the behind sense life of a DJ everyday practice and more practice. To be a great DJ you have to practice everyday for hours.
*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.”
Born and raised in Los Angeles , California … DJ Hustle and his new “HustleTV” have quietly become one of the hottest platforms for entertainers and sports figures to get their real, uncut
interviews aired to the youthful viewers and to Hip Hop audiences worldwide.
Starting off as a DJ performing at major venues across the country, DJ Hustle decided to branch out and formed “Hustle TV” 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.
As DJ Hustle’s grind in the streets took his platform to new heights, the success of Hustle TV motivated him to reach even further and he started to lay the foundation for building a “street edged” one hour cable TV show for Hustle TV that would focus on “controversial street figures and business people.”
The fifth annual festival will take place June 22-25 in Los Angeles.
HustleTV Music News… Migos , Rae Sremmurd, Jhene Aiko , ScHoolBoy Q, Young Thug and Gucci Mane — as well as Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa in a joint performance — are among the initial lineup of concert performers slated for this year’s BET Experience at L.A. Live. The fifth annual festival, presented by Coca-Cola in partnership with BET and AEG, will take place June 22-25 in downtown Los Angeles.
Capping the four-day BET Experience will be the BET Awards on June 25 at the Microsoft Theater. Additional Staples Center performers as well as the concert lineup at The Novo presented by Microsoft will be announced in the coming weeks. HustleTV
As in years past, the accompanying BET Fan Fest will feature interactive activations and ticketed events including a celebrity basketball game. Those events will take place June 24-25 at the nearby Los Angeles Convention Center.
Featuring a mix of established and emerging acts, the lineup thus far for the Staples Center-staged concerts is as follows: HustleTV
June 22: Kid Cudi, Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, Desiigner, Playboi Carti
June 23: Bryson Tiller, Jhené Aiko, Keyshia Cole, Jidenna, Khalid, THEY., H.E.R.
June 24: A$AP Rocky, ScHoolboy Q, Gucci Mane, Rae Sremmurd, Migos, Young Thug