Posts Tagged ‘Samsung Center’

Last night, MSDTV was on the scene live at the Samsung Center which hosted Allen Stone’s performance on behalf of the MBK Entertainment family.  The crowd was filled with his label mates as well as those wanting to see just what Allen Stone had to offer – and boy, did the crowd get what they were looking for…and then some.

At the tender age of 23, Allen Stone has a sound well beyond his years.  Signed to MBK Entertainment with CEO Jeff Robinson (the visionary who discovered and signed R&B sensation, Alicia Keys) – Allen Stone has a lot of people talking.  From Billboard to HITS magazine, Stone is labeled as the next big artist to keep your eyes on, as he is making a lasting impression amongst audiences everywhere he performs.   Unbeknownst to many, Stone released his debut album, “Last To Speak” back in September 2009 which reflects his eclectic ability to cover genres ranging from classic soul, pop, and most notably – hints of folk tied into pure R&B.   Allen Stone has an incredibly refreshing taste to his music despite his appearance – at first glance, he looks like your typical country boy, however, his voice and talent will convince you of otherwise by the end of his act.  Guaranteed.

Look for more pictures from his performance after the break:


Last week, Ms. Drama TV went behind the scenes of Black Cobain’s listening event for his debut mixtape, Young Gifted and Black. The Virginia-based rapper had an industry affair at the Samsung Center where press and some lucky fans got to hear the exclusive cuts first. Before the main event, Rocksmith Tokyo Clothing also hosted a listening party for the artist in NYC’s Lower East Side – where an intimate gathering of fans rocked out and enjoyed the stylish Rocksmith showroom. For those interested in getting more of an entertainment feel, the mixtape release party at the Samsung Center featured stage performances by Tiara Thomas, a fellow Board of Administration member, and Interscope’s recording artist Wale.  Representing XXL’s Freshman class, unsigned rapper Fred the Godson also stopped by to show love to Black Cobain and the rest of the Board of Administration family.

Free download of “Young Gifted and Black” here.

Check out more pictures from the event after the break.