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LUE PRODUCTIONS: Annual Urban Hip Hop and R&B Fashion Show

LUE PRODUCTIONS FASHION SHOW 2013What it do Inland Empire and neighboring cities. Here’s What It Do! I need you to come be a part of LUE Productions/Family First Entertainment Annual Urban Hip-hop and R&B Fashion Show Highlighting urban fashions and talent on Sunday, May 18 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. located at 114 Arrowhead Avenue in San Bernardino (92408). Last year’s event attracted over 300 community members and we’re looking to do the same if not more.

LUE P/FFE along with other community partners is excited about this multicultural event. It gives us an opportunity to come together and pay tribute to urban culture. The day will be a fusion of ART, FASHION, and LIVE ENTERTAINMENT for the entire family to enjoy! Hope to see you there!

The host of the event will be Westside Bugg and I (Keepnitmovin LUE) will be co-hosting. The DJ of the day will be DJ Upperkutt. There will be a great line up of local artists and performers which include Speaker Junkies, C-Nova, Paul Douglas, Hard Hitta Boyz, Mack Pepperboy, Retro 80’z, Westside Bugg, Xplosive Drill Team, Pahki, Mizfit, Fitz Taylor, Jeff Guerra, David Lira, CCM Camp, Dem Rock, Dunamis and Young Cali. Our featured designers are Denise Fashions by MeShaun Denise Holmes of Charleston SC, Leclair Couture by Ishanique Lomax, FFMGRD, G’s Vendetta, and MERCH Connections. To commemorate the designers, featured models include Miracle Davenport (Toddler Model), Lamarr Mattison (Male Teen Model), and Fitz Taylor (Male Model).

There will also be a special artistic feature by Mike the Barber of Cold Cutz Barbershop and special appearance from Sean Insanebluebandit Turner and Lashaun Turner of Blaze Indie L.A. The Mannequin Activities will be bringing out a jumper, providing food and giving out FREE haircuts. Other vendors and sponsors include Divas Basement, Westside Story Newspaper, Mike TV, Blaze Indie LA, Cold Cutz Barbershop. There is a donation entry fee of $3 for youth and $5 for adults.

 

LUE PRODUCTIONS ARTIST REVIEW: C-NOVA

R&B Assassin C-NOVAWHAT IT DO I.E.! It’s ya’ girl back at it again with an introduction of another hot and upcoming artist; family you have to check out R&B Assassin, better known as C-Nova. When I say this young dude got vocals that are out of this world, I truly mean it. A few years back when I started working in the community putting on shows for local artists, I was introduced to C-Nova by a friend. Back then he couldn’t have been any more than 19. When he came to audition for our show and began to sing with no music, I almost fell out of my seat. The entire room was floored! I been a fan ever since.

Singing since the tender age of six and now 24, this R&B Assassin is buzzing all over Southern California.  C-Nova, whose real name is Gregory Casanova Clark, is gaining fans and breaking hearts.  He was born in Los Angeles, but raised in the Inland Empire. Using his talent for the Lord in the church choir got him recognized fast by many, but it wasn’t until the death of his sister, Lydia Funez James in December 2006 that gave him the ambition to pursue his dream and stay away from gang violence.

Talented in so many ways, not only is he a singer but he’s’ a heck of a producer and song writer. C-Nova has performed at multiple concerts with well-known artists such as, Joe Moses, AV, Sean KingstonTeeflii, and many more. Not being selfish with his gifts, this artist has also worked with several talented independent artists which include, CD, Nova of Heartbreak, Rialto Staxx of Jac Pac Entertainment, Larry Spades, Jayo, Westside Bugg, and several others.

Right now the streets are bumpin’ his new CD entitled “Lights On, Light Off”.  If you haven’t heard the CD please get your copy. C-Nova is the TRUTH! Follow him on all the social network sites.  He is also LUE Productions/Family First Entertainment 2014 Urban Fashion Show Featured R&B artist. Please check him out Sunday, May 18 at 114 S. Arrowhead Avenue San Bernardino (92408) from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. This will be a multicultural event highlighting urban fashions, hip-hop, and r&b. For more information on the fashion show contact LUE Productions at 909.567.1000 or look us up on Facebook. Stay Blessed!

The Give Back Event

The Give Back LUEIt’s ya’ girl Ms. LUE and this week this is “What It Do”! I would like to highlight an important event happening in our city this Saturday, April 12. Blaim Society Nation presents: “The Give Back”.  A local community event giving back to the city of San Bernardino, hosted by Slappers on Deck, Heartbreak, and Roc Star BBZ.

In light of all the recent killings, community members young and old are fed up! Several entities have come together to take a stand against VIOLENCE through the sound of music. The event will take place this Saturday, April 12 at Wildwood Park on the corner of 40th street and Waterman Avenue in San Bernardino from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Event coordinator, professional boxer and Mixed Martial Arts Fighter, Trevaugn Moore stated that, “A great community event featuring a positive movement for the city of San Bernardino including all ages from the past, present, and future is needed. Too much negativity has been spread throughout our city long enough. It’s now time for something positive to come about. This is a start to stop the violence, killings, and corruption in our city.”

The day will consist of performances from local artists and artists from surrounding cities. Families will be able to participate in the free activities, food, and fun. There will be special appearances by professional UFC Fighters, World Class Boxing coaches, and Boxers. Please jump in the fight and help promote and bring PEACE to the City of San Bernardino. Until next time take care and let someone know how much you care. The world needs more LOVE!