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Mylah @ The Black Tech Matters Awards - SXSW

Facebook Headquarters, 300 W 6th Street, Austin, TX 78701

Friday, March 16, 2018, The WealthyLife will present the Inaugural Black Tech Matters Awards. A groundbreaking ceremony acknowledging the outstanding contributions made in technology by people of color. Individuals that have created innovative programs, applications, initiatives or tools through technology that has gain worldwide recognition in 2017. A night where sponsors, honorees, VIP guests and media partners will join together at FACEBOOK Austin headquarters during SXSW 2018.

This ceremony will be broadcast on YouTube Red, featured on various social networking platforms, many celebrity appearances and media opportunities. The evening includes: an award presentation, entertainment, dining, cocktails and networking.

Notable individuals a part of this wonderful event to give a toast to include: Angel Rich,Trevor Brooks, Rodney Williams, Jeremy Tardy, Dawn Dickson, Erin Horn McKinney, Ben Jealous, Cyrene Tankard, Peabody award-winner Asheru and many more.

Soulful Saturdays feat. MYLAH

Atlantis Lounge, 1937 Piedmont Circle NE, Atlanta, GA 30324

SOULFUL SATURDAYS! Atlantis Restaurant & Lounge presents Soulful Saturdays this and every Saturday Night at 9pm! The Sound Experiment Band featuring Mylah is back to give an unforgettable experience! Join the gown and sexy crowd for an amazing night with dinner served until 2am and R&B sounds by DJ Wyld. For a FREE birthday section or table reservations text 678-462-5985.

Sessions with Mylah

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The Gathering Spot, ATL

An intimate preview of my new EP, The Purge, along with a Q&A with Rashan Ali. This is a free event, but space is limited. Please RSVP by clicking the TICKET LINK below. Your confirmation will contain the location information.

Rick James vs Michael Jackson vs Prince tribute

City Winery Atlanta, 650 North Ave. Ste 201, Atlanta, GA 30308

Monday, October 30th, Hot Ice LIVE presents a musical tribute to Soul/Funk Royalty with "Rick James vs. Michael Jackson vs. Prince." Join some of Atlanta's top musicians and vocalists as they pay homage to three of the most iconic figures in American music. While much has been made of the inner rifts between the inventor of Punk Funk, the King of Pop, and His Royal Badness, Hot Ice Live fuses the best of their top hits, b-sides, collaborations, and remixes with a live band led by music director Jon Roberts and a DJ opening set from DJ Salah Anase (House In The Park /Lovesexy).

On several occasions the career paths of these multi-talented artists collided--really just further driving their passions to push the limits of music. In 1980, Prince joined Rick James' "Fire It Up Tour," which fans famously renamed the "Battle of Funk" Tour--sparking the beginning of their so-called beef. Years later, Rick James would recount his interactions and options of "The Purple One" in his 2014 autobiography "Glow." In what can be considered one of the most iconic moments in music history, in 1983 both Michael Jackson and Prince spontaneously joined the Godfather of Soul James Brown on stage at the Beverly Theater for an impromptu tribute and an unplanned-battle performance. By all accounts, Michael Jackson and Rick James had mutual respect for one another--so much so that some DJs and music critics try to highlight striking similarities between songs like James' "Give It To Me Baby" released in 1981 and Jackson's super break-out hit "Thriller" released in 1982. As each artist continued to rise in stardom, the friendly rivalry continued between MJ and Prince. Industry mogul/record producer Quincy Jones often tells stories in his interviews about how Prince turned down a duet opportunity and video cameo on Michael Jackson's 1987 hit "Bad" for what can respectfully be just described as "creative differences."

Their careers were interwoven and their influence has impacted both fans and industry worldwide, forever. Join us the day before Halloween at The Winery where Super Freaks, PYTs, and Sexy MFs will gather for a celebration in some of the best in Black Music. (Costumes and fan gear optional)

Doors open at 6 p.m. with a DJ set from Salah Anase. Live music starts at 8 p.m. Hosted by Ken Rye and Lisa Lee Artistry. Food, drinks, great entertainment and art. Presented by Hot Ice Live, RollingOut, Fusicology and Real Chicks Rock.

Jazz In The Alley

Betty Mauldin Park, 65 Lawrenceville St, Norcross, GA

Jazz in the Alley is a free seasonal concert series sponsored by the Norcross Downtown Development Authority. The series aims to showcase various Atlanta-based jazz fusionists with diverse genre backgrounds. Additional shows will take place on June 21, September 27 and October 18. People and jazz lovers of all ages are encouraged to attend.

19th Annual Heritage Music Festival w/ Anthony David

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Mayme Moore Park, 867 Mt Vernon Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43203

Join The King Arts Complex for the 19th Annual Heritage Music Festival. Once known as the “Cradle of Jazz,” Mount Vernon corridor of the King-Lincoln District is the place to be every Thursday in July and August. Performances from local, regional and national musical artists will keep it hot with jazz and classical R&B, inspirational and blues! Bring a blanket or lawn chair and relax in the beautiful, breezy ambiance of Mayme Moore Park and be sure to visit the artisans village. A food court and reserved tables on the patio will be available. This is a free community event in collaboration with Radio One.

w/Anthony David |The Powerful Now Tour

BB King Blues Club, 237 West 42 St, New York, NY

VIP Reserved Booths on Floor * $59.50 per Ticket - Must Buy Entire Booth * Booth for 4 = $238 * Booth for 6 = $357

VIP Reserved Seating * $59.50 - Gold Circle * $59.50 - Center Balcony * First Come, First Served

General Admission - Seated * $20 Advance / $25 Day of Show * First Come, First Seated

  • Full Menu Available
  • $10 Minimum Per Person, For All Tables
  • All Ages

PRESS

"@MylahMusic's new EP has the @CENTRICTV offices buzzing today!"”

@centrictv

Mylah's voice is sultry and her message hits the heart on this real and honest song. ”

singersroom.com

One time for real vocals and emotion in 2015. ”

allhiphop.com