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Elijah Vegas ft. Issa: My Jordans | Video


Virgin Islanders stand up! Crucian boy wonder… Elijah Vegas, actor and rapper announces the premiere of his highly anticipated  My Jordans single featuring Issa. Elijah will be performing this and many of his other hits including, “My Girl, They Don’t Understand Me, and more in St. Croix and St. Thomas during the Labor Day weekend at the St. Croix Central High Gym and the Bertha C. Boschulte School Gym.

Peep the video for My Jordans below:

Stay tuned for the announcement of ticket outlets for the offical Swag Call Back to School Bash by Sun Stroke Promotions featuring Jammerz HP, the Stylee Band, Krunkmaster DJ Slik and hosted by Rash on the Radio (105 Jamz).

Follow Elijah on Twitter: @ElijahVegas98

Elijah’s mixtape Actor Turnt Rappa  is available for download on www.elijahvegas.com

 

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St. Thomas: Virgin Islands Summer Splash 2011 Scam or Not?


Here is  a snippet of an article entitled “140,000 Slaps in the Face” that was published on a Virgin Islands gossip website …

A Demmansay.com roving reporter on the U.S. mainland made contact with the manager of the artist (Jeezy) that was a reported no-show to the weekend’s concert. The manager indicated that there was some discussion with the local promoter (Paid 4 Entertainment), but no contract had been signed and the promoter didn’t pay a deposit to secure the artist’s appearance.

As a result, the artist was contracted for an appearance in Atlanta, instead. The questions now remaining are:

1) Where is the signed contract that the promoter claims to have?

2) How was the $140,000 expended(spent)?

3) How the hell could a majority of senators go along with the “Pork-Barrel” project?

4) How many more “Pork-Barrel” projects were included in the Miscellaneous section of the budget?

Courtesy of: DemManSay.com

Paid 4 Entertainment published a press release on their Twitter account that was posted on CaribVue earlier this week. Please refer to the related article below.

Benny Demus: Eeazy Webisode Pt. 5


Eeazy is put into third party custody with Chadwick. The two continue to be at odds but find a common ground when it comes to finding Charlene’s killer. As Season 1 concludes we  looking forward to the next season of ‘Eeazy’ but until then stay Eeaaaaaazzzzzzy! Season 2 is currently being filmed. Urbane Asylum thanks the fans for their support and comments.

The webisodes are executive produced by St. Thomian & V.I. native Benny Demus. John P. Wheatley, another St. Thomian talent takes his place as director. Screen writing credits belong to Benny D and Dorian Santiago. Wheatley and Santiago are also co-producers of theseries shot entirely in Atlanta, GA by Urbane Asylum Productions in association with Masterpeace Productions.

View the webisode below:

Check out Benny D’s website at: www.bennydemus.com

Benny Demus: Eeazy Webisode Pt. 4


Episode 4 is here…with cameos by Rock City & Verse Simmonds.

Eeazy was executive produced by St. Thomian & V.I. native Benny Demus. John P. Wheatley, another St. Thomian talent takes his place as director. Screen writing credits belong to Benny D and Dorian Santiago. Wheatley and Santiago are co-producers of the film shot entirely in Atlanta, GA by Urbane Asylum Productions in association with Masterpeace Productions.

Looking forward to the next webisode, but until then stay Eeaaaaaazzzzzzy!

Log on to Benny D’s website at: www.bennydemus.com

Benny Demus: Eeazy Webisode Pt. 3


Benny D’s Eeazy Webisode part 3 is FINALLY here! In the third webisode, Chadwick (Dorian Santiago) remembers Charlene.  Eeazy (Benny D.) and his crew are arrested and later released. He then links up with X-Man (Kardinall Offishall) for ammunition to take care of a situation. What’s Eeazy about to get into next? Until the next episode stay Eeaaaaaazzzzzzy!

The webisodes are executive produced by St. Thomian/V.I. native Benny Demus. John P. Wheatley, another St. Thomian talent takes his place as director. Screen writing credits belong to Benny D and Dorian Santiago. Wheatley and Santiago are co-producers of the film shot entirely in Atlanta, GA by Urbane Asylum Productions in association with Masterpeace Productions.

View the webisode below:

Check out Benny D’s website at: www.bennydemus.com