We’re back with another HELIX TV recap!! In today’s podcast we chat about episode 4, “Single Strand.” Jesus and I chatted highlights of this crazy episode. (lol) It’s actually his favorite so far…I’m just happy Sarah’s not infected!!! (lol) Give us a listen when you have time.
Oh and if you watch HELIX – scroll down and leave a comment – we’re read them on the show!!
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So cool…I got a follow from Catherine Lemieux, who plays the late Dr. Doreen Boyle
ScHoolBoy Q drops visuals for “What They Want” featuring 2 Chainz off, Oxymoron. From the House of God to the strip club, SchoolBoy Q and 2 Chainz drop their versus. Let us know what you think!
Future drops visuals for his hit track released last month, “Move That Dope” which features Pharrell and Pusha T. Cameos by Wiz Khaflia, ScHoolboy Q, Tyler The Creator and Mike Will Made It. Let us know what you think!
Check it out SciFi Geeks!! A new convention is coming to the Oakland Marriott City Centre. It’s the EVOLUTION EXPO – happening June 27-29 and by the looks of it – looks pretty damn awesome. Cool things to do and some pretty cool TV/Movie talent that’s attending.
But wait…there’s more. Below you can hear an interview that happened between VRO host @TheGeekDiva and EVOULTION EXPO CEO Julie Caitlin Brown.
3 full days of interactive exhibits, games, competition, panels and YES, you can get a photo op with an astronaut or your favorite star. EVOLUTION EXPO’S goal is to entertain, educate, uplift and inspire you.
All while you can feel good about supporting our kids in the arts and sciences.
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Diamond Lane’s Badd Lucc teams up with my brother, ABN/Hustle Gang’s Trae that Truth, for “Hustla.” Look out for them performing this at SXSW March 15th at the Crisco Kidd Block Party for Spring Break ATX! #YoungCalifornia
Bad Lucc’s Outchea drops this Friday on SKEE.com
T- Pain is kicking off his I Am T-Pain tour this Thursday (March 6) in Sacramento and will make stops in Chicago, Vegas and Phoenix to name a few and ends in Texas, May 10.
The tour is in promotion of his forthcoming album, Stoicville: The Phoenix, slated to drop later this year.
In a Vibe interview last year, the two-time Grammy winner described the work on his fifth studio album as his “happy place” and the Stoicville title as derived from a made up destination in his mind, where he’s been secretly kicking back all this time.
“That’s where I’ve been hiding at,” he said. “When little kids cover their faces, that’s the place that they go. Everybody is so stoic because that’s everybody’s happy place. That’s where we all need to be. We all need a place like that.”
I Am T-Pain Tour:
03/06 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades
02/07 Reno, NV The Knitting Factory
03/08 Olympia, WA The Royal Lounge
03/09 Boise, ID The Knitting Factory
03/10 Bellingham, WA Wild Buffalo’s House of Music
03/11 Bellingham, WA Wild Buffalo’s House of Music
03/12 Seattle, WA Nuemos
03/13 Eugene, OR Studio 44
03/14 Richland, WA Joker’s Night Club
03/15 Yakima, WA The Season Hall
03/16 Spokane, WA The Knitting Factory
03.20 Calgary, Canada Marquee Beer Hall
03.21 Vancouver, Canada Venue
03.22 Edmonton, Canada Encore
03/23 Canada TBD
03/24 Canada TBD
03/25 Canada TBD
03/27 Danville, IL Club Deuce
03/28 Chicago. IL UIC Forum
03/29 Peoria, IL Civic Center
03/30 Emporia, KS The Granada
04/03 Phoenix, AZ Celebrity Theater
04/04 Las Vegas, NV Club Haze (DJ Set)**
04/05 Merced, CA TBD
04/10 Albuquerque, NM The Main Event
04/11 Oxford, GA Oxford College of Emory**
04/15 Casper, WY The Casper Event Center
04/17 Magna, UT The Great Saltair
04/19 Great Falls, MT Mansfield Center Ballroom
04/22 Missoula, MT Wilma Theater
04/23 Billings, MT Babcock, Theater
04/25 Des Moines, IA Val Air Ballroom
05/03 Riverside, CA University of California**
05/10 San Angelo, TX The Venue