Superstars are born and not created. Superstars understand their life purpose from inception and possess unshakeable faith in themselves. Superstars walk the earth with a divine light to their destiny. People witness their talent and anoint them as icons amongst human society.
They influence every aspect of pop and mainstream culture.
WallStreet, Blue Chip companies, politicians, professional athletes, and world leaders leverage their mass appeal for financial dominance. The entire world is watching Rolling Loud in Miami. I’m standing in a sea of people at the Hard Rock Stadium, watching Travis Scott destroy the stage and mesmerize thousands of people.
Travis Scott is a superstar, and his music has an entire stadium of people screaming “Travis Marry Me,” “Travis, I love you,” “Travis OMG,” and “Travis Scott, you’re a God.” Travis Scott is ’29’ years old with millions of fans, and he hasn’t reached his career peak. Music is God’s universal language, and rap culture is the world’s #1 music genre.
Major Recording Artist/Entrepreneur Yung Cassius is an undisputed superstar. Offstage he’s ultra-humble, consummate professional, high-energy, and possesses an intricate measure of poise. On stage, Yung Cassius’s persona transforms into ‘Incredible Hulk,’ and he emits high-frequency electricity, which polarizes crowds.
Yung Cassius’s skillset enables him to go from sexy R&B to classic Hip-Hop records without compromise. Yung Cassius’s brand meteoric rise to success is well documented and illuminates his relentless work ethic.
Yung Cassius’s music catalog surpassed 2,000,000 streams in 2020 and continues to thrive in 2021. Yung Cassius’s latest release, ‘Brand New,’ is another radio smash currently in heavy rotation in multiple FM radio markets.
Yung Cassius is CEO of J5 productions, which includes multiple multimedia companies. Yung Cassius is a Global Advocate of RADIOPUSHERS.
RADIOPUSHERS is a boutique branding monetization agency for entrepreneurs and artists.
Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, DeJuan Edward Ford Sr’s passion for film started at a young age. While his mother worked at the movie theater, he and his sibling would spend most of their time there watching movies. After graduating from Eastern Michigan University, DeJuan dove into the film industry–and has been in it for 7 years now.
The 35-year-old describes himself as a leader and a role model for others, and credits the film industry for allowing him to express himself. Although a versatile filmmaker, DeJuan enjoys working on Urban Dramas, films that are based on true stories and focused on people’s life experiences. His latest project is a film titled “Tina & Lori”, scheduled for release on October 16th. One of his biggest accomplishments this year was giving two young actresses, Da’Carla Strong and Elizabeth Foxx, their first leading role in the film, calling them “superstars in the making.”
When asked about what makes him stand out from others in the industry, Dejuan makes it clear that he knows it’s not all about him. “I know this is not about me, it’s bigger than me. I am blessed with the opportunity to inspire others through this art form. My goal is to not only produce great films, but provide inspiration to others. I want them to use me as fuel to pursue their dreams. If I can do it, they can!” Speaking of inspiration, DeJuan talks about Ice Cube being one of his inspirations, as well as Mula Films (creators of McGraw Ave.) As far as his future goals, DeJuan hopes to continue to grow and build his team for his company (FAIM FILMS & DEJUAN FORD PRODUCTIONS), and also work on a few independent films.
Be on the lookout for “Tina & Lori” coming out in October, and stay connected with DeJuan on Instagram (@dejuanford) and Facebook (DeJuan Ford.)
Pharron ‘Gliss’ Fields represents the essence of speaking your truth into existence. Since Pharron’s birth, life dealt him a loaded deck of cards. Growing up a black male in America automatically equals two strikes.
Being from the bottom of the map means your childhood includes drug-infested street corners, street dreams, police brutality, corner store politics, and hood love.
During his teenage years, Pharron learned quickly how to navigate through life’s most dangerous landmines. Understanding his purpose and destiny from the beginning enabled him to have tunnel vision through the darkness.
Every young black kid growing up without a silver spoon in their mouth dreams of buying the block, making momma proud, and creating generational wealth.
Hip-Hop flows through the veins of Pharron ‘Gliss’ Fields, and he wears rap music as a badge of honor. During his young adult life, pursuing a career in rap music was a top priority. His natural ability to convert emotions of pain and passion into epic Hip-Hop lyrics was a natural progression. Born with a natural Hollywood Charisma and million-watt smile, Pharron personality illuminated his gifts.
Being a rapper and hustler creates a dual personality. Pharron organic business acumen attracted him to the world of media. He launched ‘HYPECITY’ and created a multimedia empire.
‘HYPECITY’ Show broadcasts viral documentaries of emerging artists, models, and entrepreneurs. The ‘HYPECITY’ Show services all fifty states and maintains offices in Philadelphia.
The ‘HYPECITY’ Show popularity has doubled its audience reach over the past 18 months. The ‘HYPECITY’ Show reached a distribution deal with DA BLAZE 88.7 XM Miami. DA BLAZE 88.7 XM Miami is powered by iHeartRadio and maintains a global listenership.
DA BLAZE 88.7 XM Miami airs Hip-Hop, R&B, Pop, EDM, and Spanish music genres. DA BLAZE 88.7 XM Miami averages a minimum of 30,000 total listening hours.