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MBK Entertainment — MBK The Next Generation for use by 360 Magazine

MBK ENTERTAINMENT — MBK THE NEXT GENERATION

BROADCAST WEEKLY ON CLUBHOUSE

The team responsible for developing and launching the careers of everyone from the legendary Alicia Keys to Academy Award winner H.E.R. and more, MBK Entertainment, will identify, elevate and break the hottest superstars of tomorrow via its new reality competition series, MBK The Next Generation. The show provides a platform for up-and-coming artists to vie for a combination grand prize of a management deal with MBK Entertainment and a recording contract with MBK/RCA Records.

As a trusted artist management company and multimedia firm, MBK Entertainment filled a void during the Global Pandemic. Even with the world shutdown, they launched a series of artist showcases across Instagram and Clubhouse last year, eliciting a fervent response from audiences and giving new artists a stage when they needed it the most. This concept evolved into MBK The Next Generation. The series airs weekly on Clubhouse. For the first round, artists enter by auditioning on social media. If they advance, the second round happens in-person for a panel of industry visionaries, including MBK Entertainment C.E.O./Chairman Jeff Robinson, UMPG Senior VP Walter Jones, GRAMMY and Academy Award-winning singer and songwriter Tiara Thomas, MBK Entertainment Artist Manager Jason Hobdy, MBK Entertainment Artist A&R Jordan Chatman, Epic Records artist LONR., RCA Records artist Tone Stith, and Roc Nation artist Maeta.

Each entrant receives maximum visibility by simply appearing on what promises to be one of music’s hottest new series. The victor lands a life-changing deal.

MBK Entertainment remains committed to artist development in its truest form. The company ignited and galvanized the careers of roster alumni such as Alicia Keys, Elle Varner, Tyrese, Keyshia Cole and more. Meanwhile, current clients include H.E.R., Tiara Thomas, LONR., Maeta, Jourden Cox, Abigail Furr and Tone Stith. Recently, H.E.R. took home an Academy Award in the category of Best Original Song for “Fight For You” in addition to picking up “Song of the Year” for “I Can’t Breathe” and “Best R&B Song” for “Better Than I Imagine” [with Robert Glasper & Meshell Ndegeocello] at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards.

MBK Entertainment also continues to make headlines. Rolling Stone featured President/Managing Partner Jeanine McLean-Williams, while Billboard named Jeff Robinson Executive of the Week” earlier this spring.

Get ready for MBK Entertainment to introduce The Next Generation in 2021.

Stay tuned for more soon!

Songs from scratch ep cover graphic from Kirsten Mikkelson, RCA Records for use by 360 magazine

KEEP COOL × YOURS TRULY × ADIDAS ORIGINALS – SONGS FROM SCRATCH

In 2019, Keep Cool partnered with creative agency Yours Truly and adidas Originals to bring 80+ vocalists, instrumentalists, producers, songwriters, and the one and only Babyface to a historic mansion in Los Angeles to write, record and build together. After a full week of sessions and 120 songs recorded, Keep Cool/RCA Records is gearing up to release the compilation EP, Songs From Scratch: Volume 1, on June 24th.

“Glory” feat. Mez, VanJess, ICECOLDBISHOP, Ginette Claudette, Gwen Bunn is the first offering from the upcoming compilation EP. Listen here.

Songs From Scratch: Volume 1 is a continuation of the adidas Originals and Yours Truly’s long-running Songs from Scratch series that has produced songs from Chance the Rapper, Kelela, Brent Faiyaz, Kehlani, Ty Dolla $ign, Mura Masa, Danny Brown, and more.

Songs from Scratch curator, Will Abramson says: “Songs from Scratch Vol. 1, is a natural extension of our ambition to put artists into positions where they can make things that surprise them, and us. For 9 years we’ve curated smaller 1:1 pairings but we always wondered: what would happen if we put a whole bunch of artists and producers in one place, took really good care of them and let them run free? We’re grateful to Keep Cool and adidas Originals for helping make that dream a reality.”

Keep Cool co-founder and EVP of A&R at RCA Records, Tunji Balogun says: “We started Keep Cool with the goal of bringing people together in the name of creativity, inclusivity and great art. Partnering with adidas on Creator Camp was a magical opportunity to connect artists from all walks of life in an unfiltered, authentic environment that exemplified the power of music in creating bonds and bringing creatives together.”

The official camp documentary, produced by Yours Truly, is a kaleidoscopic vision of camp, featuring appearances from Babyface, Smino, Ant Clemons, Victoria Monet, Jozzy, Dijon, Umi, Ruel, D’Mile, Xavier Omär, and more. Watch here.

Songs From Scratch: Volume 1 Track List

1 “Glory” feat. Mez, VanJess, ICECOLDBISHOP, Ginette Claudette & Gwen Bunn

2 “Red Velvet Cake” feat. ICECOLDBISHOP, Shy Girls, VanJess, Jesse Boykins III, Tess Henley

3 “Warzone” feat. BiBi Bourelly

4 “Call It A Fix (So High)” feat. VanJess

5 “Thirsty” feat. Mez, ICECOLDBISHOP, Tone Stith, Kennedi

6 “Come Find Me (Mountains)” feat. Charlotte Day Wilson

About Keep Cool

Keep Cool, a Los Angeles-based record label is a creative safe haven for artists and creatives alike, run by a team of multi-talented people from broad walks of life. Founded in 2018 through a joint venture with RCA Records, Keep Cool grew from daydreams and sleepless nights, tireless work and friendships forged in the trenches of time and taste. They came together to build a new label, the dream of kids who listened to too much music, watched too many movies, read too many books, and believed in a world so much bigger than themselves.

About Yours Truly

Yours Truly Creative is a design and story studio based in Los Angeles. We tell stories and design communications for bands and brands we love.

About adidas Originals

Inspired by the rich sporting heritage of adidas – one of the world’s leading sports brands and a global designer and developer of athletic footwear and apparel – adidas Originals is a lifestyle brand founded in 2001. With the adidas archive at its foundation, adidas Originals continues to evolve the brand’s legacy through its commitment to product innovation and its ability to filter the creativity and courage found on courts and sporting arenas through the lens of contemporary youth culture. Marked by the iconic Trefoil logo that was first used in 1972 and championed by those that continue to shape and define creative culture, adidas Originals continues to lead the way as the pioneering sportswear brand for the street.

NOW That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 78 by Universal Music Group for use by 360 Magazine

NOW THAT’S WHAT I CALL MUSIC! New Releases

NOW THAT’S WHAT I CALL MUSIC! PRESENTS TODAY’S TOP HITS ON ‘NOW THAT’S WHAT I CALL MUSIC! Vol. 78′

Celebrate The Best Of The 90s With ‘NOW That’s What I Call A Decade! 1990s’

NOW That’s What I Call Music!, the world’s bestselling multiple-artist album series, showcases today’s biggest hits across chart-topping numbered volumes and themed releases. NOW’s latest numbered volume, NOW That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 78, will be released April 30 on CD and digitally. On the same date, NOW That’s What I Call A Decade! 1990s will also be available on CD and digitally.

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NOW That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 78 (CD, Digital)

NOW That’s What I Call A Decade! 1990s (CD, Digital)

‘NOW 78’ features 16 major current hits from today’s hottest artists, including Olivia Rodrigo’s “drivers license,” Taylor Swift’s “willow,” Ariana Grande’s “34+35,” SZA’s “Good Days,” tracks from The Weeknd, Glass Animals, Miley Cyrus, Dua Lipa, and more. Each numeric NOW release also features “NOW Presents What’s Next” bonus tracks, previewing tomorrow’s biggest hits; NOW 78 features 7 hot new tracks from Mimi Webb, Leyla Blue, Tone Stith, Peach PRC, Camino, Twin XL and a special bonus track from new K-pop stars TRI.BE.

Check out the album trailer HERE

NOW That’s What I Call A Decade! 1990s celebrates 1990-1999 with 18 of the decade’s biggest chart-topping hits, including Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing,” Lenny Kravitz’s “American Woman,” Mariah Carey’s “Vision Of Love,” Sheryl Crow’s “All I Wanna Do” and Smash Mouth’s “All Star.”

NOW That’s What I Call Music! debuted in the U.S. in 1998, following 15 years of multi-platinum international triumph. The series has sold more than 250 million albums worldwide, topping 104 million in the U.S. alone. 68 previous releases in NOW’s numeric U.S. series have reached Billboard’s Top 10, and 19 volumes have reached Number One.

NOW That’s What I Call Music! is a joint venture from Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment. NOW and NOW That’s What I Call Music! are registered trademarks of Universal Music Group and its affiliates.

NOW That’s What I Call Music! is the soundtrack to your life, available everywhere you are.

NOW That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 78

1. Olivia Rodrigo drivers license
2. Justin Bieber & benny blanco Lonely
3. Taylor Swift Willow
4. Ariana Grande 34+35
5. Dua Lipa We’re Good
6. Ava Max My Head & My Heart
7. The Weeknd Save Your Tears
8. Jason Derulo Take You Dancing
9. Miley Cyrus ft. Dua Lipa Prisoner
10. Doja Cat Streets
11. SZA Good Days
12 Machine Gun Kelly ft. blackbear my ex’s best friend
13. The Kid LAROI WITHOUT YOU
14. CJ Whoopty
15. Glass Animals Heat Waves
16. Luke Combs Better Together

NOW Presents What’s Next:

17. Mimi Webb Reasons
18. Leyla Blue What A Shame
19. Tone Stith Devotion
20. Peach PRC Josh
21. Camino Burning Fire
22. Twin XL Slow Heart
23. TRI.BE DOOM DOOM TA

NOW That’s What I Call A Decade! 1990s

1. Mariah Carey Vision Of Love
2. Sheryl Crow All I Wanna Do
3. Blind Melon No Rain
4. New Radicals You Get What You Give
5. Lenny Kravitz American Woman
6. Spin Doctors Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong
7. Smash Mouth All Star
8. Britney Spears …Baby One More Time
9. Will Smith Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It
10. Montell Jordan This Is How We Do It
11. Boyz II Men I’ll Make Love To You
12 Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You
13. All 4 One I Swear
14. Aerosmith I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing
15. Wilson Phillips Hold On
16. Joan Osborne One Of Us
17. Blues Traveler Runaround
18. Sublime What I Got

NOW That’s What I Call A Decade! 1990s by Universal Music Group for use by 360 Magazine