summer moon music austin
summer moon music austin

Samanfar music club 2022

Now on radio larzesh we are playing trance music live ,the name of this track is I got summer on my mind ,this track only for summer dreamy time

Nikolai Fraiture

isn’t playing bass and writing with

The Strokes

(of which he is a founding member), he is busy helming Summer Moon, a music and arts collective he began in 2015 with various friends from NYC. After streaming only one song, With You Tonight, on soundcloud, Summer Moon was met with very early interest with features in Rolling Stone and NME. Joining Nikolai is

Stephen Perkins


Jane’s Addiction

) on drums,

Camila Grey


Uh Huh Her

) on key/ vocals and

Noah Harmon


The Airborne Toxic Event

) on guitarMore

002–2007: Mainstream breakthrough, Get Rich or Die Tryin’, and The Massacre
50 Cent in 2006
In 2002, Eminem heard Jackson’s Guess Who’s Back? CD, received from Jackson’s attorney (who was working with Eminem’s manager, Paul Rosenberg).[33] Impressed, Eminem invited Jackson to fly to Los Angeles and introduced him to Dr. Dre.[12][26][33] After signing a $1 million record deal,[26] Jackson released No Mercy, No Fear. The mixtape featured one new track, “Wanksta”, which appeared on Eminem’s 8 Mile soundtrack.[28] Jackson was also signed by Chris Lighty’s Violator Management and Sha Money XL’s Money Management Group.[citation needed]
50 Cent released his debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin’ (described by AllMusic as “probably the most hyped debut album by a rap artist in about a decade”), in February 2003.[42] Rolling Stone noted its “dark synth grooves, buzzy keyboards and a persistently funky bounce”, with Jackson complementing the production in “an unflappable, laid-back flow”.[43] It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, selling 872,000 copies in its first four days.[44] The lead single, “In da Club” (noted by The Source for its “blaring horns, funky organs, guitar riffs and sparse hand claps”),[45] set a Billboard record as the most listened-to song in radio history within a week.[46]
Olivia, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and 50 Cent (left to right) in Bangkok, February 2006
Interscope gave Jackson his own label, G-Unit Records, in 2003.[47] He signed Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and Young Buck as members of G-Unit, and The Game was later signed in a joint venture with Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment. In March 2005, 50 Cent’s second commercial album, The Massacre, sold 1.14 million copies in its first four days (the highest in an abbreviated sales cycle[44]) and was number one on the Billboard 200 for six weeks.[48] He was the first solo artist with three singles in the Billboard top five in the same week with “Candy Shop”, “Disco Inferno” and “How We Do”.[49] According to Rolling Stone, “50’s secret weapon is his singing voice – the deceptively amateur-sounding tenor croon that he deploys on almost every chorus”.[50]
After The Game’s departure Jackson signed Olivia and rap veterans Mobb Deep to G-Unit Records, with Spider Loc, M.O.P., 40 Glocc and Young Hot Rod later joining the label, who all eventually departed the label.[51][52] Jackson expressed an interest in working with rappers other than G-Unit, such as Lil’ Scrappy of BME, LL Cool J of Def Jam, Mase of Bad Boy and Freeway of Roc-A-Fella, and recorded with several.[53]
2007–2010: Curtis, sales battle with Kanye West, and Before I Self Destruct
In September 2007, 50 Cent released his third album, Curtis, which was inspired by his life before Get Rich or Die Tryin’.[54] It debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, selling 691,000 copies during its first week.[55] It sold behind Kanye West’s Graduation, released the same day; the outcome of this highly-publicized sales battle between Jackson and West has been accredited to the commercial decline of the gangsta rap and “bling era” style that previously dominated mainstream hip-hop.[56]
On the September 10, 2008 episode of Total Request Live, Jackson said his fourth studio album, Before I Self Destruct, would be “done and released in November”. He released “Ok, You’re Right”, produced by Dr. Dre for Before I Self Destruct, on May 18, 2009 and was scheduled to appear in a fall 2009 episode of VH1’s Behind the Music. On September 3, 2009, Jackson posted a video [57] for the Soundkillers’ Phoenix-[58] produced track, “Flight 187”, introducing his mixtape and book (The 50th Law). The song, with lyrics inspiring speculation about tension between Jackson and Jay-Z, was a bonus track on the iTunes version of Before I Self Destruct.[59] Before I Self Destruct was released on November 9, 2009.
2010–2015: New musical directions, new business ventures, and Animal Ambition
In a interview, Jackson said he was working on a Eurodance album, Black Magic, inspired by European nightclubs: “First they played hip-hop which suddenly changed to uptempo songs, known as Eurodance”.[60] He later said he had changed his next album to The Return of the Heartless Monster after writing different material when he returned home from the Invitation Tour in 2010, shelving Black Magic.[61][62] On September 3, Jackson supported Eminem on his and Jay-Z’s The Home & Home Tour, performing “Crack A Bottle” with Eminem and Dr. Dre amid rumors of tension between Jackson and Dre.[63][64]
He “recorded 20 songs to a whole different album concept” before putting them aside,[65] wanting his new album to have the “aggression” of Get Rich or Die Tryin’.[66][67] Jackson tweeted that the album was “80 percent done” and fans could expect it in the summer of 2011. It was ultimately delayed a year due to disagreements with Interscope Records, with Jackson saying that he would release it in November 2011[68] with a different title than Black Magic.[68] Eminem would appear on the album, and Jackson said he was working with new producers such as Boi-1da and Alex da Kid.[69] Cardiak, who produced Lloyd Banks’ “Start It Up”, confirmed that he produced a song for the upcoming album.[70]
50 Cent performing in 2011
Jackson released a song, “Outlaw”, from his fifth album on the Internet on June 16, 2011.[71] The single, produced by Cardiak, was released on iTunes on July 19[72] (although Jackson tweeted that it was not the album’s first single).[73] The rapper planned to write a semi-autobiographical young-adult novel about bullying, different from his previous books which focused on his life and the rules of power. According to the book’s publisher, the first-person novel (about a 13-year-old schoolyard bully “who finds redemption as he faces what he’s done”)[74] was scheduled for publication in January 2012.
In a series of tweets, Jackson said that the delay of his fifth album was due to disagreements with Interscope Records,[68] later suggesting that it would be released in November 2011 with his headphone line (SMS by 50).[68] He speculated to MTV News about not renewing his five-album contract with Interscope: “I don’t know … It will all be clear in the negotiations following me turning this actual album in. And, of course, the performance and how they actually treat the work will determine whether you still want to stay in that position or not.”[75]
On June 20, 2011, Jackson announced the release of Before I Self Destruct II after his fifth album.[76] Although he planned to shoot a music video for the fifth album’s lead single, “I’m On It”, on June 26[77] the video was never filmed.[78] Jackson told Shade45, “I did four songs in Detroit with Eminem. I did two with Just Blaze, a Boi-1da joint, and I did something with Alex da Kid. We made two that are definite singles and the other two are the kinds of records that we been making, more aimed at my core audience, more aggressive, more of a different kind of energy to it.”[79] He released “Street King Energy Track #7” in September 2011 to promote Street King, his charity-based energy drink.[80] An announcement that Jackson was shooting a music video for “Girls Go Wild”, the fifth-album lead single featuring Jeremih, was made on September 28, 2011.[81][82]
Jackson’s fifth album, Street King Immortal, was initially scheduled for a summer 2012 release and postponed until November 13.[83][84] Disagreements with Interscope Records about its release and promotion led to its temporary cancellation. Its first promo single, “New Day” with Dr. Dre and Alicia Keys, was released on July 27. The song was produced by Dr. Dre, mixed by Eminem and written by 50 Cent, Alicia Keys, Royce da 5’9″ and Dr. Dre. A solo version by Keys was leaked by her husband, Swizz Beatz. “My Life”, the album’s second promo single (with Eminem and Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine), was released on November 26, 2012.
In January 2014, Jackson said he planned to release Animal Ambition in the first quarter of the year, followed by Street King Immortal.[85][86] On February 20, he left Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment, and Interscope, signing with Caroline and Capitol Music Group.[87] According to Jackson, although he owed Interscope another album, he was released from his contract because of his friendship with Eminem and Dr. Dre: “I’m a special case and situation. It’s also because of the leverage of having the strong relationships with Eminem and Dr. Dre. They don’t want me to be uncomfortable. They value our friendship to the point that they would never want [to jeopardize] it over that little bit of money.”[88]


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