Connected + Respected Entertainment Insider Roz-O is bringing you Lifestyle & Entertainment news as she jet-sets around the world! Get exclusive access behind the scenes of Music, Fashion, Sports & Film events & a glimpse of her 'ON-THE-GO' adventures. Roz-O's a force behind the scenes, cracking the blinds that shade her Entertainment Lifestyle for the first time! Roz-O says, 'I play the back, my peers put me in the front'. Google: RozOonTheGo
"Thanks for visiting my Personal Blog. The Official Blog Site coming 2014/2015. Wait for it!" - Roz-O!
Roz-O On The Go! The Brand. The Lifestyle. The Entertainment.
NOW WATCHING: EVERYTHING YOU NEVER HAD (WE HAD IT ALL) - BREACH FEAT. ANDREYA TRIANA
This is a pretty awesome dance track and the dancing in this video will definitely get you hype and up out of your seat! I just posted about UK producer Ben Westbeech aka Breach producing the soundtrack for a Sony short-film and I was inclined to find this track! I told you all that I’d post it so here it is! If you like it, buy it. It’s now available on iTunes. Enjoy!
NOW WATCHING: BLOW - HARRY ROMERO + ARMAND PENA + ALEX ALICEA + CRYSTAL WATERS
When I think EDM in the past, I think Crystal Waters almost instantly! Here vocals slayed dance tracks back in the day and it’s great to hear her collaboration with Miami-based producer Armand Pena on ‘Blow’!
On the Recording Process:
“It’s totally different from 20 years ago,” Waters says of the recording process. “It used to take a lot longer. I remember mailing cassettes. I’m just so thankful for the Internet–greatest thing ever.”
“EDM kind of validates what we were doing in the ‘90s,” Waters explains. “They told us what we were doing was bullshit and would never last. For [dance music] to come back and come back so strong kind of makes me proud.”
'Since her first single in 1991, Waters has had four Hot 100 hits including 'Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless)” which peaked at No. 8 and '100% Pure Love' which stayed on the charts for nearly a year in 1994. She has two certified gold records and eight Billboard No. 1 singles to her name.'
Something to carry you into the weekend. It’s so much controversy surrounding this new ‘dance craze’. My thoughts? The ‘Harlem Shake’ is definitely not the dance associated with this song; that was birthed in Harlem, NY. The record is nice. Just give credit where it’s due and keep dancing!!! xo @rozOonThego
#Salute to DAVID GUETTA for having the ‘longest charting DANCE HIT since MICHAEL JACKSON’S ’Thriller’! For which record you ask? 'Titanium' featuring SIA! This record is still burning up the Dance/Club Play Songs charts according to Billboard. David definitely owes a thank you to his peers/Deejays who supported this record early; before it dropped as an official single. So ‘Titanium’ marks a milestone and for that I say CONGRATS DAVID + SIA! Yes, I’m dancing!
1.Diddy's been threatening to break out as a dance music force for years. He continued the tease with an appearance during longtime friend and collaborator DJ Erick Morillo's Ultra main stage set. He hyped the crowd while Morillo dropped some of Diddy's new reworks, including the Dirty South mix of “Coming Home.”
2. Heineken taxi tops buzzed around South Beach, boasting the brand’s UMF sponsorship with the tagline, “Have a beer with 150,000 of your friends.” This marked a dual victory for any electronic music event: Having enough scale to secure a sponsor willing to throw in promotional media dollars, and sufficiently defending its audience as dominantly 21+.
3.Carl Cox donned an afro wig and dropped classics, jazz and disco to a tiny, invite-only crowd of 200 at Mokai, which included international industry-ites and fellow DJs Steve Lawler and Ferry Corsten.