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January 30, 2013


Not only did I book the guys to perform at the Mansion, I acted as their Publicist on the Red Carpet-that’s me in the background with their manager Ian Fletcher! Can you say nerve-racking?! The guys were great, but pulling them along the red-carpet and getting all those interviews done was B-A-N-A-N-A-S! I salute all publicists after this experience! They later rocked the stage with Jamie Foxx and DJ Irie! My Life, Such Entertainment! xo @RozOonThego

R.I.P. Miss Mary

July 22, 2012

Everybody Dies, but not everybody lives! I’m living!

@RozOonTheGo over the years.. every image I’m working.. on set of a music video .. in a recording studio… at a music conference… at a record label.. you name it! Definitely need to update it, but for now.. get a glimpse of what’s to come! xo #RozOonTheGo

No I’m not lucky, I’m blessed!

June 25, 2012
CARLY RAE JEPSEN: The Billboard Cover Story

"Pretty much every day, there’s a moment where I’m having to pinch myself and think, ‘When did this happen to my life?’" she says. "What I really love about music is that, despite all this craziness the creative process remains the same. And that same exciting feeling that I had before anybody knew me, when I was just beginning to work on ‘Call Me Maybe,’ is the same feeling I had today with RedFoo from LMFAO. You can sense the people who really have it are about writing that right word or that right melody to make it lift and make you feel that perfect emotion." 


April 20, 2012
Oops! LMFAO Served With $7 Mill Lawsuit By Former Managers:

Before LMFAO hit the “American Idol” stage for a performance Thursday night, the party-loving pop outfit was served with a $7 million lawsuit from their former management company, TMZ reports.

According to the website, the band’s DJ frontman RedFoo, he of the wild hair and lack of inhibitions, was handed the suit for breach of contract on his way into the “Idol” studio. TMZ said he laughed in response, taking a photo with the process server, who smiled for the camera (see: photo evidence on the site).

The management company, named in reports as Rpm Grp, claims it signed the Los Angeles-based electronic pop duo of Stefan Kendal Gordy (RedFoo) and Skyler Austen Gordy (SkyBlu) in 2008, helping launch them “from 0 to 60,” only to get shown the door once they became successful.

The suit, filed in Santa Monica Superior Court, also accuses the group of tortious interference and accounting, alleging RedFoo and SkyBlu poached Rpm employees to be their new managers, paying them a salary rather than writing the agency a commission check.

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