Sacramento Kings Asian American Pacific Islander Night ft. TRYBE, Aloha by Hand & Sacramento Mandarins 12/8/21

Sacramento Kings Asian American Pacific Islander Night ft. TRYBE, Aloha by Hand & Sacramento Mandarins 12/8/21, booked by ROS. Marketing.

TRYBE choreographed by Phil Tayag @swagpitt @trybeportal

Aloha by Hand performing the Samoan Sasa @TeIhiOTeAraNui

Sacramento Mandarins performing with Japanese Okedo Daiko Drums  @Sacramento Mandarins 

Operation Osette Twitch DJ Fundraising Raid for Philippines Typhoon Relief

Tune in 12/28 & 12/29 11A-11P PDT with MYX. To donate, visit www.myx.global/afi & watch the stream on the channels below, hosted by Franboogie.

Donations can be made here on Tiltify to ABS-CBN Foundation International to provide food, water, shelter, health packs & more to the victims in various areas of the Philippines in need.

12/28 Tuesday
11A @milesmedina | twitch.tv/milesmedina
12P @djumami | twitch.tv/djumami
1P @genehov | twitch.tv/genehov
2P @djremark | twitch.tv/djremark
3P @realdjyoshi | twitch.tv/realdjyoshi
4P @frandalaybay | twitch.tv/djfranzen
5P @shortkut | twitch.tv/shortkut
6P @heavyrotationfm | twitch.tv/myxglobal
7P @nicoakablitz | twitch.tv/nicoakablitz
8P @jaynerio | twitch.tv/jaynerio
9P @djshowtime | twitch.tv/djshowtime
10P @djphlipz | twitch.tv/djphlipz

12/29 Wednesday
11A @djraydomingo | twitch.tv/djraydomingo
12P @dj.miamor | twitch.tv/djmiamor
1P @aemvibez | twitch.tv/inkfat
2P @zhaldee | twitch.tv/zhaldee
3P @djchrispalacio | twitch.tv/djchrispalacio
4P @iama_ron | twitch.tv/iama_ron
5P @DJ.FBM | twitch.tv/djfbm
6P @hedspin | twitch.tv/djhedspin
7P @djneilarmstrong | twitch.tv/djneilarmstrong
8P @djeman | twitch.tv/djeman
9P @cutso | twitch.tv/cuttycutso
10P @djekspoe | twitch.tv/djekspoe
11P @thisisrcade | twitch.tv/rcade

#HELP4PH #OdettePH

NHL LA Kings Filipino Heritage Night ft. Miles Brown, DJ E-Rock, Nico Blitz, Jeserey , Larren Wong+

he LA Kings celebrated their first Filipino Heritage Night by turning the center into a fun house party with FilAm DJs E-Rock and Nico Blitz taking turns DJing during the periods, Jeserey sang a beautiful rendition of the National Anthem, GRAMMY nominated DJ Flict rode the Zamboni and was recognized during the game while Blackish actor, Miles Brown, was interviewed pre-game with his Filipina and Mexican mom, Cyndee Brown.

Special guests like Marisa Pizarro, SVP of A&R at Def Jam, Byron Atienza, VP of Digital at Capitol Records, Christian Gopez of FilAmNationSelect, Zeena Koda of North Face and Jason Lustina of SoCalFilipinos also celebrated their Filipino heritage by attending. Pre-game performance by the Kings drumline and LA City Breakers.

Post game, artists like Larren Wong and DJ Flict took to the rink to show off their ice skating skills. Watch the highlight video here & see more photos from the event here on MYX:

LA Clippers Native American Culture Night ft. Doc Native, Spencer Battiest & PJ Vegas

2021 LA Clippers Native American Culture Night produced & booked by Daniel Casados and Vaosea Leota of the LA Clippers Game Entertainment team alongside Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias of ROS. Marketing. Sponsored by Agua Caliente Band Of Coahuila Indians. From the Seminole Tribe of Florida, two MTV VMA Award-winning artists joined by Indigenous Enterprise Dance Troop. Performing their latest award-winning single “DREAM”, Doc Native and Spencer Battiest Singing the National Anthem is PJ Vegas, son of Pat Vegas of the legendary rock group, Redbone, PJ is one of the first Native American R&B artists to win an MTV award for “best video with a message,” he is also the producer of Indigenous Peoples Day here in LA. Also in attendance was his father Pat Vegas from Redbone pictured below.

Photo credit: Varon Panganiban @varonp

The MLC Presents: A Roundtable Discussion on Asians & Pacific Islanders in the Music Industry 11/18 12P PST

Moderated by Allyson Toy, Artist Relations Manager and Asian Guild (ERG) Lead at Twitch, this 60-minute virtual roundtable will explore the careers of several music industry professionals of Asian and Pacific Islander descent while unpacking the challenges and opportunities facing Asian and Pacific Islander music creators in today’s U.S. music market.

Speakers: 

  • Bohan Phoenix; Singer-Songwriter
  • Brian Samson; Director of Rhythm Radio & Lifestyle Promotion at EMPIRE
  • Clint Choi; Label Manager and Co-Founder at Acrylic Label
  • Lani Richmond; Manager of Aloe Blacc
  • Peter Chiang; Artist Manager at Park Avenue Artists
  • Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias; MYX Global Head of Talent & ROS. Marketing Founder
  • Thuy; Singer-Songwriter

Register here for the free Zoom conference.

About The MLC:

The Mechanical Licensing Collective (The MLC) is a nonprofit organization designated by the U.S. Copyright Office pursuant to the historic Music Modernization Act of 2018.

In January 2021, The MLC began administering blanket mechanical licenses to eligible streaming and download services (digital service providers or DSPs) in the United States. The MLC will then collect the royalties due under those licenses from the DSPs and pay songwriters, composers, lyricists, and music publishers. 

The MLC has built a publicly accessible musical works database, as well as a portal that creators and music publishers can use to submit and maintain their musical works data. These tools will help ensure that creators and music publishers are paid properly. 

Our Mission

The MLC will strive to ensure songwriters, composers, lyricists, and music publishers receive their mechanical royalties from streaming and download services in the U.S. accurately and on time.

Our Principles

The MLC is founded on four guiding principles that underpin our work, our team and our operations:

We are committed to EXCELLENCE.

The MLC is focused on shaping the future of the music industry by encouraging collaboration and improving the quality of musical works data.

We embrace DIVERSITY.

We are passionate about building a diverse and inclusive team that includes people with different backgrounds, views, and experiences. We will serve songwriters from every genre, located across the United States and beyond.

Shoutout LA Magazine Feature

ShoutoutLA had the good fortune of connecting with Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias, read their conversation below.

Hi Roslynn, how do you think about risk?
Risks are an everyday thing that I’ve had to encounter throughout my career. I risked stability when I chose to pursue a career in music, start my own company, every time I produce an event, etc. Risks have been beneficial because they have created unforeseen opportunities, helped develop new skills, were great learning lessons & helped develop resilience when things didn’t go as planned and building blocks when they did go right. The risks I took helped create a business in helping others, have brought opportunities to travel the world and most importantly, inspire those younger than me to pursue unconventional careers in their own passions.

Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
I’d like to shout out to the Filipino community throughout the world – whether it is on stage at a concert, on the frontlines as a hospitality or healthcare worker or college student. Everyday I’m inspired by the 120M+ people throughout the world who find new ways of bringing smiles to people’s faces through their hard work, food, jokes, great music and events. There is little credit given to the contributions of this community in every industry, and it has helped shaped my current mission, vision and purpose in helping our talent, content & events get recognized in the mainstream. Excited for the future to come that stands on the historic work of those in the past.

Read the full story here.

Candyman Movie Star Yahya Abdul Mateen II Flashback Interview

With @candymanmovie starring @yahya Abdul-Mateen II opening at #1 with $22M+, here is a flashback to Roslynn interview him for @MYXglobal, where he mentions moments that have him “lifted off the ground, living the dream” & changing careers from architecture, where he worked as a city planner in San Francisco. After being laid off from his job, he used the opportunity to apply to drama schools, in which he was accepted by New York University Tisch School of the Arts, Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and Yale School of Drama. He graduated from Yale with a Master of Fine Arts degree and worked as a stage actor.

https://youtu.be/SrDuIvNc3v4

He goes on to star in @dccomics@aquamanmovie & @hbo#TheWatchmen & soon #TheMatrix 4. Just goes to show that it’s never too late to follow your passion & moments of clarity can come from what might be the most challenging times if you follow your heart. Even with an architecture degree from @ucberkeleyofficial, he went on to do something else he truly loved & keeps ascending to higher ground in his passion.

Excited to see the next steps in #yahyaabdulmateenii journey.