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Feature appearances include Sheek Louch of D Block, DJ Thoro of Shady 45 and G-Unit Radio, M. Reck of Guttamuzic/Forbezdvd.com, Big Skeem, Trilogy, Sinsay, Spud Brooklyn, Catalyst, Twan da Dude – and many more are poised to grace this red carpet gathering at 8pm. The event will be streaming live at streetsd.com with host, First Lady Godiva.
The mission of Street Mos is the same as its always been: “We support artists, who are sincere about growing their careers, and Street Mos is sincere about growing the hip-hop lifestyle,” says Nat Nelson, C.E.O. of Streets Mos Entertainment.
Streets Mos Magazine [subsidiary of SM Ent.] has been quiet over the past year, but their silence ends on April 24th. Nelson says of the hiatus, “We have been planning our next move. We continue to be an entertainment magnet, and we keep the brand strong by fostering our partnerships throughout the country.”
As with any publication, Streets Mos Magazine remains to be a work in progress. While the Internet continues to change the print world forever, Nelson is holding firm to his belief in the power that his nationally-distributed publication can bring to artists and hip-hop as a whole. He refuses to fold like many of his magazine’s predecessors, e.g. Scratch and KING. However, Nelson has given his brand a web presence with Streetsmosdigital.com and says, “The industry is changing and it’s important for anyone, who wants to keep up with the industry to evolve with the changes.”
Street Mos – born in Harlem – returns to Harlem, annually, to showcase the hottest talent in the streets and provide opportunities for artist exposure. Their showcases have catapulted many notables to the forefront: Maino, Nicki Minaj, French Montana and Lexx911 are a few examples of artists, who got their first looks from Street Mos. Their showcases will continue to break new talent.
Nelson says, “Just know, we in the streets, the most.”
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