Local Hip-Hop Artist B Sledge does just that on his upcoming and first solo mixtape entitled “People’s Champ” – which is set to drop July 29th. If you have ever been in a room with Sledge you will get a gist of his very loud and outgoing personality. This mixtape gives you the Sledge that we all know and have had encounters with, but we also get a deeper look into his undying love for his daughter and the loyalty he has for his friends and the MOB family.
So, in honor of the releasing of this mixtape, MOB Music is going to have a contest starting NOW until July 22. Remember Myspace? We’re going old school with written promo pictures!
Take a picture of yourself holding a sign that says, “#PeoplesChamp, July 29, #MOB – in some way, get creative!
[Similar to the one you see to the left]
Mention @_MOBMusic on Twitter or IG and we will repost it and tweet it. Who ever has the most ‘likes’ by July 22, will receive an early copy of #PeoplesChamp.
Vine has been around and popular for some time now and at first I refused to use the app because I wasn’t sure how long it would stick around. After seeing so many people including celebrities and my own friends use the application, I decided I had to try it out and see what the hype was all about.
What is Vine?
“Share life in motion” is the way the company describes this iPhone app. Users (iPhone users only at this time) can create an extremely short video sharing whatever it is they like. Some users make what I call “one-take” videos, while others make it choppy and funny by creating and telling stories.
Vine is set up a lot like Instagram. There is a timeline of Vines with the people you follow, there is a popular page where you can see other Vine users, and there is a section for a profile description. You can also tag people in your Vines and use #hashtags in your post.
Is Vine here to stay?
This is the question I want to pose to everyone. The app is genius in itself! Creating short stories as a social media application? Perfection! Giving users the ability to share their Vines on Twitter and Facebook? Awesome! However, I am wondering about the longevity of this app.
It is extremely popular now and has everything users can think of but how will they continue to update, evolve, and recreate this app? How will they make sure that there is no one else that can create an app similar and/or BETTER than this?
How will they stay in the game? Will they take a billion dollar deal by linking up with a big name like Instagram did with Facebook?