The beginning of the year is about to be killer with more music on the way! Live shows are still slowly creeping back to our lives and Guapdad 4000 is ready to hit the road with Wale for the "Under a Blue Moon Tour."

The 30-date tour is set to kick off on January 23rd in Philly and conclude in March 11 in Silver Spring, Maryland. They make stops in most major cities like New York, Boston, Los Angeles, and more! Of course they couldn't skip Guapdad's hometown, Oakland so be sure to mark your calendars for February 10th! We could only hope that Guapdad is set to pull songs from his album, 1176.

So make sure to cop tickets and slide through!

Cover Photo Credit: Guapdad 4000 Twitter

Yeek, fresh off his memorable performances at the Hollywood Bowl & Governors Ball will head out to a 4 city tour stopping in LA, Chicago, Brooklyn & London,

Click here to get your tickets!

ABOUT YEEK

Born in New Jersey, Yeek spent his first decade living in a large Filipino community. Then he moved to South Florida, where he wasn’t just the new kid in town but one of the only Asian people outside his family. Bonding with kids who wanted to make music, he found a place for himself by joining punk and hardcore bands, and rapping.

His sound is totally contemporary and genre agnostic, but still grounded in what can be done in a bedroom with a microphone and some instruments. The L.A.-based singer-songwriter handled producing, recording, mixing, and mastering by himself. Because his songs are personal and resistant to genre classification, this method suited him. Yeek produced nearly all of the album Valencia, its ten songs are powered by community. He came off his first headlining tour in Europe in 2019 and he decided to recommit to working with the people closest to him. “My priority is putting on the people I’ve grown up with,” Yeek says. “I feel that better art comes from working with family and friends. Otherwise, it’s making art via email.”

Cover Photo Credit: Yeek Instagram.

Philippine's King of R&B is back stateside and is ready for his homecoming tour. Jay R has been soaking up the sun back in his hometown area of Southern California this summer. He's was spotted at a special screening for our MYX Original Series "Making it in America," featuring Chef Val enjoying the breeze in the San Francisco Bay area and cheering on Manny Pacquiao at his fight in Las Vegas. But he's up to more than that while he's out here visiting.

This week Jay R just announced that he is going on a Homecoming Tour! He will be making six stops on this US tour in California, New York, Texas, and Nevada. The bar tour is presented by Coco Productions.

If you are heading to one of the stops, make sure to brush up on your Jay R repertoire. Start off by listening to his latest release, "Hinay," which just dropped this summer.

About Jay R:

Dubbed as the Philippines' King Of R&B, Jay R breaks new grounds year after year as an artist.

Who would forget his critically acclaimed and commercially successful first album called "Gameface" which produced the hit "Bakit Pa Ba?"

Followed by more sentimental tracks that hit bigtime on the airwaves - Ngayo'y Naririto, Kung Mahal Mo Siya, 'Di Ko Sadya' and more.

Being around for over a decade, Jay R has built his own mark as the country's premiere R&B phenom. Doing music and shows here and abroad.

Alongside he is self-handedly managing Homeworkz, his own record label and studio. In the recent limelight, Jay-R staged a collaboration concert called "SOULJA" with Jaya & Jason Dy, touring for international shows and a YouTube channel showcasing his originals and covers arranged by Jay R himself.

-Cornerstone Music

Cover Photo Courtesy of Jay R Instagram

Jo Koy is bringing the funny back to a city near you! The Fil-Am comedian just announced new dates for the Just Kidding 2021 World Tour. We've all been stuck at home for a while now and we're all in need of a laugh. Tickets can be purchased at JOKOY.com using the presale passcode: KIDDING.

He continues to sell-out and break records at some of the biggest venues around including Mall of Asia Arena in Manila. His latest Netflix special, In His Elements was filmed at Mall of Asia with special guests like Inigo Pascual. Jo Koy carries his Filipino heritage proudly and he shares who he is on a world stage while introducing us to other Filipino talent. He pays it forward by helping his kapwa Filipinos.

If you haven't heard yet either, Jo Koy just released a book and is working on a feature film. The book, Mixed Plate: Chronicles of an All-American Combo landed the shelves just last month and is sure to be a hit seller! It's "A funny, sad, at times pathetic but also kick-ass tale of how a half-Filipino, half-white kid whose mom thought (and still thinks) his career goal was to a become clown became a success." There's tons of stories about his family, especially his mom and son. He alludes his success to when he was able to embrace the craziness of his Filipino family that's widely relatable.

Lastly, he's starring and producing a film called Easter Sunday. The film is loosely based on his life experiences and an Easter Sunday celebration. We all know how these parties go. Recently added to the roster is Yellow Rose actress Eva Noblezada and Brandon Wardell. All we know so far is that Brandon Wardell will play Jo Koy's onscreen son.

Cover Photo Credit: Jo Koy Facebook

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