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The 13th Annual Fleet DJs Music Conference

The Fleet DJs Music Conference is an award-winning event that for over a decade is the official kick-off to summer. A multi-day festival of music and entertainment, the conference is an independent artists’ dream as they will be able to network and build relationships with the most important aspect to the genre of Hip-Hop- the DJ’s.

This year’s event marks the 13th year of the conference. As an official sponsor of the conference, we can tell you from previous experience that it’s an event that you DON’T want to miss! Come party with DJs, producers, record execs, models and tastemakers in addition to Fleet DJs worldwide!

Klassik CEO invites you to the Fleet DJs Music Conference
Fleet DJs Music Conference

WHO ARE THE FLEET DJS?

A coalition of over 600 members and counting, Fleet is a collective of DJs, industry tastemakers, producers, models, bloggers and artists. This dynamic group is the largest DJ coalition in the world producing feature mixtapes for both national and independent artists. Fleet is documented for not only changing the industry, but the members that make up this amazing team.

The Fleet DJs Music Conference provides the opportunity for artists and business owners to experience networking experiences unlike any other. An artist soundstage, private listening sessions and a media panel day are just some of the events that will make Orlando seem like a movie!

THIS YEAR’S ITINERARY

Fleet DJs Music Conference

The itinerary for this year’s conference released this week and it will be UP! The event will last 4 days from July 18th to July 22th. The events include artists listening parties, business and music networking panels and community based events. In addition, Fleet will have an artist soundstage that gives artists the opp to prove their skills.

WHO’S GONNA BE THERE?

The guestlist continues to grow for the event! You never know who might pop out for the conference this year! But don’t take our words for it. You should be there for an unforgettable experience. Listen to some of our friends tell you all about it down below!

The Fleet DJs Music Conference is open to any and everyone. To be a part of the hottest event of the summer, log on to www.fleetdjs.com to register. Tickets are going fast so get yours today!

#GetSOM via @TenthLetterMedia & click here to celebrate Hip-Hop, lifestyle and culture.

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Journalist Bae | “Baddies” Is Taking Over

Baes, it’s been a while since we’ve had a talk, and today we’re discussing “Baddies” of the notorious, Zeus Network. Which, if you don’t know, is a spin-off of Bad Girls Club created by Natalie Nunn.

I’ve Been Seeing Baddies Everywhere

The network offers a plethora of reality-based shows, as well as some scripted ones. However, the best of them all is “Baddies”. Don’t ask me how I know, just take my word for it. If you are tuned in, then you saw Natalie be crowned as ‘Queen of Zeus’ over Joseline Hernandez on Nick Cannon‘s ‘Bad vs Wild’ (whatever that means). What you also may have been seeing is a series of “Baddies” or “Dollhouses” popping up in your city. I’ve moved, TWICE, since the beginning of the original series and believe me, it’s an epidemic.

Where Are We Now?

We are now on season 5 of Baddies, officially titled ‘Baddies: Caribbean’. After touring through the south, the east, and the west coast, the group “explores” Barbados, Puerto Rico, and Dominican Republic. The cast includes some special appearances from The Clermont Twins, Shenseea, and Aubrey O’Day amongst others. Perhaps this is part of the reason there is such a massive number of viewers with over 1 million subscribers.

What Exactly Is This About?

Regarding the plot, well, your guess is as good as mine. From what I’ve gathered, Natalie is a public figure who tours hosting events and that’s how she makes her bag on the show. Emphasis on *on the show* we won’t get into that. Any who, on these tours she basically acts as a Hugh Hefner having the girls perform for the crowds or simply look pretty while taking up space (you’re not required to be a musician or really have any talent for that matter) and promoting her brand. What’s most explosive about this series is how unhinged it is. I assume people like it because “anything goes”. Everybody wants to be a baddie. Although there is no clear definition of what that is, one thing is for sure – You better know how to dress. Even more – you better know how to fight.

You’re always quick to do “Baddie, baddie shot o’clock when one of us is upset.”

@pvd.biggie (Baddies West/East/Caribbean)

A Review

Nobody asked me, but the issue with this is that 13 year olds are in conversation with 33 year olds about how the whole thing goes down. It’s not like the network requires some special access to view these shows (just like VH1 didn’t) and the conversations on social media are certainly almost as entertaining as the show itself. Unfortunately for the general public, we often become removed from reality while aspiring to be a “reality” star. But even Jelaminah (BGC, Baddies South/Caribbean) makes it clear that she may have beef on camera, but as soon as the cameras aren’t rolling, she’s no longer in “TV Land”.

No matter your stance on the show or the network, one thing is for sure – ZEUS KNOWS HOW TO GET MONEY! Check out their latest announcement of a podcast featuring Tia Kemp (Rick Ross’s baby mother), Karlissa Saffold (Blueface’s mother), and Tokyo Toni (Angela White’s mother). Will you be tuned in?

#GetSOM via @Mochathemack & click here for more from Journalist Bae!

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