Posts Tagged ‘Big Freedia’

Heat Exclusive: Meet Super Producer BlaqnMild

Saturday, May 9th, 2015
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Relentless pursuit of man’s greatest dream describes the demeanor of New Orleans eclectic producer, BlaqnMild.

If you’ve been following rap music in New Orleans and around the globe, you’ve heard the famous tag, “BlaqnMild you a genius” in the background of several blossoming artists such as 89 Boys, Partners N Crime, Lady Dahlia, Calliope Var, Devious, Skip & Six Ward Pook, Detroit, and many more.

Anchoring hip hop in its incumbent form as well as creating the “beat” for bounce legends Big Freedia and the late Magnolia Shorty, Adam “BlaqnMild” Pigott stays on his grind.

As a result, he’s been busy making major moves with music mogul Master P.  Blaq has produced a plethora of hits with the “colonel” including a surprising collaboration “Power” featuring Lil Wayne, Master P, and Money Mafia of No Limit Forever.

In the midst of all these accolades, BlaqnMild has created solo projects along the way. One of his earlier singles, “Birthday” featured Princess of Crime Mob.  From there, he went on to produce hits such as “Favorite Girl”, “Let Me Find Out”, “You Sleep Out Here feat Kevin Gates”, “Booty Bop”, “UptownDowntown” and more.

As the professional culture of hip hop calls BlaqnMild in to work earnestly, he returns with his new single, “Feel Special”. Check it out on soundcloud.

HTTPS://m.soundcloud.com/blaqnmildthegenius/special

 

 

 

 

 

Big Freedia Attempting to Break Guinness Record for Twerking

Friday, September 20th, 2013

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It seems that there’s no end to America’s obsession with twerking. According to Billboard, New Orleans bounce artist Big Freedia will attempt to booty pop his way into the Guinness book of world records with 250 other dancers.

The event is going down in Manhattan’s Herald Square on September 25, when the 250 dancers will twerk for two straight minutes.

Big Freedia has been taking shots at Miley Cyrus for her interest in the dance move, which has been around for quite some time before Miley.

“It’s become offensive to a lot of people who’ve been twerking and shaking their a**es for years, especially in black culture,” said Freedia. “When something gets hot, everybody want to jump on the bandwagon and act like they created it. That’s totally understandable, but they have to give credit where it’s due.”

Fuse will be covering the event, which will promote their new show “Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce.”