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Year: 2015

I recorded this song a while back. It’s called Miami Lights. We had a lot of fun making this joint and I hope you are feelin’ it too! We are working this track at Phresh Media Miami. Thank you so much for your feedback. Let me know if it’s wack or not. -PE$O!




Last Monday, in the frame of Ventana Sur (Buenos Aires, Argentina), the seven finalists previously selected to participate in the final phase of Miami Film 2016, organized by The Related Group and Miami International Film Festival, pitched their projects. The films, still in development, were warmly welcomed by a large audience and the international jury formed by Mariela Besuievsky, Fabien Westerhoff and Mauricio Kinoshita.

After the pitchings presented by some of the currently most successful Argentinian producers and directors, the members of the jury met in order to decide what projects showed a best quality and production feasibility. It was a difficult decision due to the high level of the projects presented, as the jury concluded: “The winners have been selected based on their creativity, the strength of their projects on both an artistic and technical level, and the inherent potential of the stories”. Finally, the cash prizes of $32,500 courtesy of The Related Group will be divided among these three winners:

1st Prize, $12,500: A Sort of Family, by Diego Lerman. Produced by Nicolás Avruj (Campo Cine).

2nd Prize, $10,000: The Death of Marga Maier, by Camila Toker. Produced by Pablo Ingercher (Oh My Gomez!) and Martín Cuinat (Roberto Me Dejó Films).

3rd Prize, $10,000: Dolores, by Gonzalo Tobal. Produced by Benjamín Domenech (REI CINE SRL)


Bigga Rankin Hosts Street N Greet Listening Party

  If you are an artist in Miami, Bigga Rankin’s Street N Greet last night at G5 was the place to be! The showcase featured artist statewide, even some out-of-state artist’s made the trip to the 305 to get their music heard by some of the hottest DJs. The line-up included female rap duo The Step Sisters, […]

Reverend W.R. “Smokie” Norful, Jr

Reverend W.R. “Smokie” Norful, Jr

Holiday concert to be held at the Miramar Cultural Center on Saturday, December 12, 2015 at 8pm, will feature gospel singer and pianist Reverend W.R. “Smokie” Norful, Jr. best known for his 2002 album, I Need You Now and his 2004 release, Nothing Without You, which won a Grammy at the 47th Annual Grammy Awards for Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album in 2004. Norful received his second Grammy this year at the 57th Annual Grammy awards for his song No Greater Love, ten years after winning his first.

Providing a stage for contemporary Gospel music with artists such as Reverend W. R. “Smokie” Norful demonstrates Miramar Cultural Center’s commitment to all genres of music, but also to their local community where Gospel music is strongly embraced. Stephen Kantrowitz, Interim-Director of Cultural Affairs for the City of Miramar shares, “We are very proud to host a Holiday Concert, featuring Smokie Norful this holiday season, one of the highlight signature performances presented in South Florida this year.”

Via Black PR Wire