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Luxe – The Luxury Expo Pune India 3rd-4th Aug 2019

  • Aug 3 at 11 AM – Aug 4 at 11:30 PM UTC+05:30
    2 days from now
  • The Westin, Koregaon Park, 6/3-B Koregaon Park Annexe, Mundhwa Road, Ghorpadi, Pune, Maharashtra 411001

Tickets > https://ticketexpress.in/event/luxe-the-luxury-expo/748?fbclid=IwAR21uqh87hcMLa5tmXPS6Ar-Qr9zKGx61LQA7jVav9uKHSMGsotXwSA5pMI <
LUXE – The luxury expo is an ultimate experience to the king-lifestyle. A wide range of Luxurious Cars, Super-bikes, yachts, jewels, accessories, home decor and the list goes on. For every whose who of city who selects luxury living to come and experience the best of the best in everything that redefines Luxury. A treasure trove comprising the most awe-inspiring collection of Luxury Goods, Luxe is one of the most talked-about high-end Luxuries exhibitions in the region.

Luxe is an essential exhibition to Enthusiasts, collectors and fanatics to experience the magic of luxury goods.

FAQs

Would I be allowed in case I am late for the show? : Yes
Is re-entry allowed?: Yes
Are children allowed for the event (specific age to enter)?: Yes
Over all Capacity of the venue: 2000+
Venue for Parking? : Yes
Is parking free or chargeable? : Free. Limited
Inventory: 500

Afeni Shakur Davis, Tupac’s mother, dies at 69

(CNN)Afeni Shakur Davis, the mother of one of hip-hop’s most seminal and iconic figures, has died at age 69, the Marin County, California, sheriff’s office said Tuesday.

Though she is best known as Tupac Shakur’s mom, Shakur Davis also was a Black Panther as a young adult and an activist and philanthropist in her later years.
“Sheriff’s Coroners Office will lead investigation to determine exact cause & manner of Afeni Shakur’s death,” the office said in a tweet.
Afeni Shakur Davis in 2003.

Shakur Davis was a “well-loved, well-respected” member of the community, Pittman said.
“Miss Shakur has had an extensive background not only in the community but her involvement with so many things,” he said. “She’s been a leader, a person people followed. All that said about who she’s been and where’s she’s at now, this is a tragic loss for this community.”
The Shakur family, in a statement, said she “embodied strength, resilience, wisdom and love. She was a pioneer for social change and was committed to building a more peaceful world.”

From drugs to arts

In a 2005 interview ahead of the opening of the now-shuttered Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts in Stone Mountain, Georgia, Shakur Davis recalled how her life was almost derailed by drugs and how her son got it back on track.
Her drug use made her so oblivious to what was happening in her life that when someone told her in 1990 that her son — then on the precipice of becoming the biggest name in hip-hop — was going to be on “The Arsenio Hall Show,” she thought the person was lying, she said.
In the mid-1980s, she was homeless in New York and “messing around with cocaine,” Shakur Davis said. Despite the drug use, she was still coherent enough to realize that Tupac would become a product of the streets if she didn’t make different choices.
“I was running around with militants, trying to be badder than I was, trying to stay up later than I should,” she said in the 2005 interview.
She decided to enroll Tupac in the 127th Street Ensemble, a Harlem theater group, something she called “the best thing I could’ve done in my insanity.” They later moved to Maryland, where she enrolled him in the Baltimore School for the Arts, and then to a small town outside Sausalito.
It was there that Tupac confronted her about her cocaine use.
“He asked me if I could handle it, and I said yeah because I’d been dipping and dabbing all my life,” she said during the interview. “What pissed him off is that I lied to him.”
‘Pac told the local drug dealers not to sell to her, she said, and he told his mother to get clean or to forget about being involved in his life.

‘Arts can save children’

She got clean in 1991, she said, and when her son was gunned down in Las Vegas in 1996, she resisted the urges to delve back into her old bad habits. She instead founded Amaru Entertainment to keep her son’s music alive.
Later, she realized that her life — mistake-ridden as it may have been — might serve as a lesson to others.
“Arts can save children, no matter what’s going on in their homes,” she said. “I wasn’t available to do the right things for my son. If not for the arts, my child would’ve been lost.”
She provided the majority of the money to begin the $4 million first phase of the arts center, while her Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation hosted poetry and theater camps for youngsters in the Atlanta area. The family said she established the foundation to “instill a sense of freedom of expression and education through the arts.”
“I learned that I can’t save the world, but I can help a child at a time,” she said, pointing out that her new life of philanthropy wouldn’t have been possible without the influence of her legendary son. “God created a miracle with his spirit. I’m all right with that.”
And as much as she credited Tupac with inspiring her to help others, the tribulations she endured in raising him weren’t lost on the multiplatinum artist. He regularly invoked her in his music, perhaps never as directly as in his chart-topping song, “Dear Mama.”
In it, he rapped, “And even as a crack fiend, mama, you always was a black queen, mama/I finally understand, for a woman it ain’t easy trying to raise a man/You always was committed, a poor single mother on welfare, tell me how you did it/There’s no way I can pay you back, but the plan is to show you that I understand.”
Shakur Davis is survived by a daughter, Sekyiwa Shakur.

New Music – Young Dirty Bastard – What I Do – Prod by DJ SIN – Ol Dirty Bastards Son

The Wu Tang Clan Legend, ‘Ol Dirty Bastards’ son, Young Dirty Bastard has just released a new song ‘What I Do’ produced by South London’s own DJ SIN.
Young Dirty Bastard – What I Do (feat. Dj SIN) ℗ YourDamSelf Worldwide is now available on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Deezer, Tidal and more.
This track was mixed and master by DJ SIN and The Voice for New Balance Studios London.
This collaboration and release is just in time as Young Dirty Bastard will be performing all his fathers parts in the GODs OF RAP UK Tour feat Wu Tang Clan, Public Enemy and De La Soul.

Young Dirty Bastard has also recently featured on the motion soundtrack of a new movie ‘Thriller’ Rza is starring in and produced music for including two songs with Young Dirty himself.

With Sin releasing music every week with artists such as Aaron Soul, Kadeyjah (Los Angeles) and Memz Capone, this link up between New York and London could be a start of something new.
Big Shout to Devine and the team at Lifeseed media.

Nas & Mary J. Blige Announce Joint Summer Tour 2019

Music legends Nas and Mary J. Blige are set to tour together for the first time ever. The Hip Hop and R&B greats have announced a 22-city run of shows that will take place throughout North America. Check out the tour dates below.

July 11 – West Palm Beach, FL – Coral Sky Amphitheatre at the S. Florida Fairgrounds

July 13 – Tampa, FL – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre at the FL State Fairgrounds

July 14 – Jacksonville, FL – Daily’s Place *

July 16 – Atlanta, GA – Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park

July 20 – Atlantic City, NJ – Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena *

July 21 – Virginia Beach, VA – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater

July 24 – Charlotte, NC – PNC Music Pavilion

July 25 – Raleigh, NC – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek

July 28 – Detroit, MI – DTE Energy Music Theatre

July 31 – St. Louis, MO – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater

August 2 – Houston, TX – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

August 3 – Austin, TX – Austin360 Amphitheater

August 6 – Kansas City, MO – Starlight Theatre

August 9 – Phoenix, AZ – Ak-Chin Pavilion

August 14 – San Francisco, CA – Shoreline Amphitheatre

August 16 – Las Vegas, NV – The Joint *

August 17 – Las Vegas, NV – The Joint *

August 20 – Albuquerque, NM – Isleta Amphitheater

August 22 – Dallas, TX – Dos Equis Pavilion

August 25 – Tuscaloosa, AL – Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

August 31 – Syracuse, NY – St Joseph’s Health Amphitheater

September 1 – Boston, MA – Xfinity Center

September 10 – Toronto, ON – Budweiser Stage*

Free Download – Mac Miller & Madlib Recorded An Unreleased Joint Album Titled ‘Maclib’

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Thelonious Martin also revealed that ‘Swimming’ was originally called ‘Guidelines.’
Since Mac Miller’s death last September, little information has surfaced about his catalog of unreleased music. While we still don’t know if a posthumous album will be released, Thelonious Martin did reveal that Mac had at least one project recorded. In an interview with DJBooth, he said that Mac has an album with producer Madlib that he never put out.

“He had this Madlib album, called Maclib,” Martin said. “I opened for Madlib in Chicago last summer, at Pitchfork. So I’m opening for Madlib, and about 15, 20 minutes left in my set, Madlib pulls up. Pete Rock walks up as well. So I’m trying to focus and DJ, and Madlib gets on and 15 minutes into his set he just randomly plays a Mac Miller joint. And I turn to him, I’m like, ‘There’s more of these, right?’ He’s said, ‘Oh, yeah, there’s a whole album. Maclib.’ What! What! He just kept moving on with his DJ set. If Madlib decides to bless the world with that project, he should.”

Miller and Madlib have just one previously released collaboration—2014’s “Piñata”with Freddie Gibbs—but it seems they have far more material in the vault.

Martin explained that overall, he wouldn’t want Mac’s material released without the rapper there to oversee it. “I feel like, an album is such a personal conversation to have and the person’s not there to sign off on it,” he said. “He had a ton of music that was completely different from what the public would get… I don’t like posthumous albums, I don’t.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Martin revealed that Mac’s 2018 album, Swimming, was originally called Guidelines.

“[It] was the title of the track we had put out at the time,” he said. “Initially, that was the title track. We were having these long conversations about putting together an album, cause I’m telling him about how I’m putting together mine. We’re going back and forth about how to touch an audience, how to make an audio world.”

“Guidelines” dropped on August 20, 2018, the final Mac Miller song released during the rapper’s lifetime.

Lil Jon opens second school in Ghana with Pencils of Promise (exclusive)

Grammy-winning rapper Lil Jon is doing some good in a time when the world needs it most.

Pencils of Promise, the organisation which helps to build schools and increase educational opportunity in developing countries, has confirmed that Lil Jon opened his second school in the village of Mafi Atitekpo in Ghana. The new school named, Mafi Atitekpo DA Primary School, broke ground in December 2017 and was officially inaugurated in July 2018, and has since been operating since with 313 children enrolled.

Thanks to Lil Jon’s generous donation of $70,000, Pencils of Promise was able to build schools with safe conditions. Most of these schools face overcrowding, forcing some students to learn under a tree outside of the school. Witnessing these learning conditions firsthand during his first trip to Ghana is what motivated Lil Jon to help.

The first school Lil Jon helped to fund in October 2017 was built in honor of late mother, Carrie M.Smith, which currently enrolls nearly 250 students. Overall, PoP is impacting over 35,000 students in Ghana.

“Last year [October of 2017] I went with my family to open up my first Pencils of Promise school in Ghana, and now to have over 300 kids already enrolled in my second school there is incredible! It’s been really fulfilling to see the impact these schools have made on so many of these children’s and families’ futures,” said Lil Jon.

PoP has also teamed up with stars such as Justin Bieber and Olivia Culpo in the past to support these difficult educational systems.

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