Reebok’s ‘Boss Lady’ Sneaker Release Party in NYC

Last night, BE Magazine had the pleasure of attending the official Boss Lady and Reebok sneaker launch in New York. Tastemakers descended on Engine Room Audio in celebration of the release of the custom Reebox Betwixt designed by Simone “Boss Lady” Amelia… Read More …

BE Up Next: R&B Soul Artist J. Ira

J. Ira is an up in coming R&B artist from the small town of Douglas, Georgia. Early on, he knew that a dream of a career in music would be his ultimate future. At the early age of five, he started singing with his church choir. The overwhelmingly positive reaction from his beloved congregation would initiate his musical journey. Read More …

BEast or Not: Baby Floss “Don’t Tell Nobody”

Preparing for the release of his new mixtape, “This How Money Look” hosted by DJ Holiday. Baby Floss releases “Don’t Tell Nobody.” As a major player in the Columbia, South Carolina Hip Hop movement, Baby Floss has his City and State behind him.The upcoming mixtape, “This How Money Look” will have guest Collaborations include Jim Jones, Pastor Troy, Tity Boi and a number of others. He’s also featured in the upcoming BE Magazine Special Spring 2011 Print Release. Read More …

Big Heed & Alien: Hip Hop’s Newest Duo

Alien and Big Heed are more than just two musically inclined individuals. In fact they’re a meting pot for a plethora of ideas when it comes to life and music. With both admitting to being Documentary and TV Show junkies to the point where one quote can lead to the recounting of scene after scene with no end in site, they’re bringing something old but forgotten to Hip Hop and taking it back to being all about the music. Read More …

BE Up Next: Slim Dunkin & Bo Deal

Slim Dunkin & Bo Deal are two of Mizay Entertainment’s most promising rising artists. Check out what these Georgia & Chicago bred rappers have in stored… Read More …

Gucci Mane – Brick Squad’s BEast

With a grind that has propelled him from a local Atlanta rapper to one of the most recognized Southern rappers of this decade, Gucci Mane deserves everything that comes to him. As the CEO of So Icey Records, he is responsible for heavily influencing the careers of Waka Flocka, Nicki Minaj, OJ da Juiceman, and the whole 1017 Brick Squad… Read More …

Wooh Da Kid

As an original memBEr of the So Icey Boys, Wooh Da Kid is stepping out and making his way. Originally from New York, this Queens born and bred rapper is making moves and taking names. Read More …

French Montana

Quickly rising in stardom, French Montana has been grinding hard for a minute. Most known for his Cocaine City DVD imprint that became the voice for underground artists in the New York City streets, his time is now. Read More …