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Nathan Hochman × Death Row Records via 360 MAGAZINE

Nathan Hochman × Death Row Records

Nathan Hochman’s Bus Tour Stops In Venice Beach to Announce the Endorsement of Death Row Records Co-Founder at a Press Conference on Wednesday

The Nathan Hochman for California Attorney General “Experience Matters: Stop The Spiral of Lawlessness” nine-day, statewide bus tour is stopping in Venice Beach on Wednesday morning for a press conference where he will announce the endorsement of the co-founder of Death Row Records, Michael Harris, and be joined by a representative of the LA Sheriff’s Office, and a mother who lost her only child to fentanyl poisoning.

The Press Conference was held on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 9:30 a.m. at Venice Beach (2100 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA 90291). Members attended include Attorney General candidate Nathan Hochman, Co-Founder of Death Row Records Michael Harris, Lieutenant Geoffrey Deedrick from the Sheriff’s Homeless Outreach Services Team, and Perla Mendoza who lost her only child to fentanyl poisoning. 

Follow the updates from the bus tour on Hochman’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nathanhochmanforag/

About Hochman: 

Hochman has served as an Assistant US Attorney for the Central District of California and as a US Assistant Attorney General for the US Department of Justice. Hochman has also worked as a civil litigator, defense and appellate attorney, and general counsel, and clerked for a US District Court Judge. His years of community involvement include membership on numerous charitable boards and serving as President of the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission.  

Learn more about Hochman: https://www.nathanhochman.com/about/

Snoop dogg makes an appearance inside 360 MAGAZINE

Snoop Dogg × FaZe Clan

FaZe Clan, Inc. (“FaZe Clan”) the digitally native lifestyle and media platform rooted in gaming and youth culture, announced that the entertainment icon, avid gamer, and owner of Death Row Records Snoop Dogg will become a member of FaZe Clan’s talent network and, upon closing of the previously announced business combination with B. Riley Principal 150 Merger Corp. (NASDAQ: BRPM)(“BRPM”), will join FaZe Clan’s board of directors. Snoop Dogg joins FaZe Clan’s robust talent collective of gamers, creators, entertainers, and esports professionals. He will represent FaZe Clan with the official name “FaZe Snoop.” As the latest talent member of FaZe Clan, Snoop Dogg will co-create content, participate in key business initiatives, and launch merchandise with the brand while appearing across FaZe Clan’s platform. Watch the announcement video HERE.

FaZe Clan announced on October 25, 2021, that it will merge with BRPM, a special purpose acquisition company, to become a publicly traded company. The transaction is expected to close in Spring 2022. In his role as a director, Snoop Dogg will bring his extensive entertainment industry insights and his passion for Web3, gaming, and culture as FaZe Clan charts its course as a public company. A full list of the expected post-merger Board of Directors will be announced later this month.

“The organic relationship between FaZe and Snoop has been building for years now, so we are thrilled to officially welcome FaZe Snoop to the family. As the original internet kid, and a first-generation gamer, Snoop has always understood the cultural connection between music, lifestyle, and gaming,” said Kai Henry, Chief Strategy Officer of FaZe Clan. “Today, Snoop is a prominent voice in the emerging Web3 community and we have exciting plans to create together in the metaverse, driving new engagement opportunities for both of our fanbases.”

“It only makes sense to partner with FaZe Clan as both a team member and on the Board of Directors,” said Snoop Dogg. “The youth identifies with their brand and that’s something my son Cordell knew, which is why he brought us together.”

“As I’ve been watching what FaZe Clan has been building in the gaming space, I knew there was a natural connection with what my dad has been doing,” said Cordell Broadus, Creative Consultant, Channel 21. “When I look at the two brands, I was inspired by the synergy they could create so I brought them together in this partnership. I can’t wait for the world to see what we are about to do.”

Beyond becoming a talent member of FaZe Clan, Snoop Dogg will also launch a community outreach program centered around charitable activities that support youth. A display of this community outreach collaboration took place during Super Bowl weekend in February. FaZe members played in a co-branded FaZe Clan x NFL flag football game and for each team’s participation, $25,000 per team was donated to youth sports. FaZe Clan’s donation went to Snoop Dogg’s Youth Football League.

Snoop Dogg joins FaZe Clan’s talent collective of over 85 members which consists of world-class gamers, influential content creators, and personalities whose following expands beyond the world of gaming. Members include NFL star Kyler “FaZe K1” Murray, Lebron “FaZe Bronny” James Jr., Lil Yachty aka “FaZe Boat,” and Offset aka “FaZe Offset” and as part of the roster, they represent FaZe Clan in the gaming community and across the converging media and entertainment industries. 

Football illustration for 360 Magazine

Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show

By: Skyler Johnson

The Super Bowl Halftime Show is always a performance to remember and is oftentimes defining for an artist. Audiences are consistently provided with top-of-the-line choreography, special effects, and artistic direction. This year was no different, with performances by five legendary hip hop artists, including Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, and Snoop Dogg.

Unlike other past performances, Super Bowl LVI’s didn’t include a ton of huge, fancy getups and expensive sets. And, this is one of the few performances where there weren’t dramatic changes to the set and outfits throughout. No one performed on a chariot like Madonna, or on a metallic lion, like Katy Perry. Instead, the entire set was five white stages that looked like buildings, placed in a row, on top of a large, overhead shot of Compton that carpeted the field.

This Half Time performance made history as it was the first time there were five headliners and the first time the artists were predominantly hip hop/rap artists. Rappers have performed during the event beforehand (including Puff Daddy and Nelly) but never have there been that many at a time.

Another unique aspect of this Super Bowl was the color scheme. Most of the performers wore dark or earthy tones, save for Mary J Blige and Snoop Dogg. The former wore a striking, silvery-white outfit and the latter wore a regal blue suit.

 There were sequences of intense choreography but not from the performing artists. The result is that the music shined through. And the track list was legendary. “The Next Episode” and “Lose Yourself” are just examples of some of the great, classic music that was played during this show. Unforgettable moments included a sequence where 50 Cent rapped “In Da Club” upside down, reminiscent of the iconic original music video. Eminem performed “Lose Yourself” with Anderson Paak on drums.

Kendrick Lamar delivered an intoxicating and beautifully choreographed performance of his hit songs “M.A.A.D. City” and “Alright.” For many, they saw their childhood compiled into one performance given how many artists and songs were represented.

At the center of it all is Dr. Dre, who produced many of the songs, and discovered many of the artists that were represented here. The artist who founded Dre Beats and other iconic brands was celebrated during this performance.

This performance came at a very interesting time for rapper and entrepreneur Snoop Dogg. The rapper is known as both a Billboard no. 1 artist and an actor (Beach Bum, Soul Plane), who also hosts a cooking show with Martha Stewart. He has now purchased Death Row Records, a record label founded by Dr. Dre. 

Overall, this Half Time Show, while not flashy or extravagant, was certainly one for the books.