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Boosie – Daytona Beach, Fl – Axess Event Center – Trinity Enterprise Live (Video)



This past weekend Axess Event Center hosted what may have been the biggest Hip-Hop concert the city has seen since the days of BCR! Courtesy of Trinity Enterprise Live (the promotional team) and DJ Pat, Keedie’s Corner was able to get stage “Axess” to this event!



The venue definitely reached its capacity. The residents of Central Florida were raving about this event for the past 2 months. Boosie’s fan base grew significantly after his release from jail, in which he did 5 years and was even on death row at one point.

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There were a number of well known Daytona Beach,Fl natives who attended the event including Fire Boy Records artist and executives Sticks, Fire Boy Mike and David Rosario. Also, on the 1’s & 2’s Real Souf Dj’z (DJ Pat, DJ Daytona 5 (in video it says Will Tuck. Apologies)REALSOUFENT@GMAIL.COM, DJ-CLO, and William Bell). Artist Flowda Fresh showed love to the event as well and DeLand Hood News made his on stage appearance as well.


The man of the hour, Boosie, set the stage on fire as soon as he walked out. He performed hits such as “Crazy”, “No Juice” and “Set it Off”! He didn’t get to perform as long as he should have because the Fire Marshal shut the venue down. There were a lot of discrepancies as to what led to the early shut of the venue. We got a chance to speak with Adam Elam, CEO of Trinity Enterprise, and this is what he had to say to the people…

First off I would like to apologize to everyone that didn’t get a chance to enjoy the event. Being the owner of one of the major Southeastern promotional companies I didn’t expect to generate the amount of people from the small area. Doors opened at 10:30pm and at 9:30pm there were already 1,000 people outside.  Axess Event Center and our staff did our best to get everyone in the building, especially the ones with pre-sale tickets. By 11:30pm the Fire Marshal and The Daytona Beach Police Department wanted to close the doors  because of the numerous amount of people outside of the venue. For those who didn’t get to enjoy the concert we will have another event on March 28th and if you still have your tickets we will be doing ticket exchanges. So you will be able to enjoy Boosie Bad Azz & Bad Azz Ent. On behalf of Trinity Enterprise and Axess Event Center we apologize once again and please forgive us because the situation was out of our hands and into the hands of the law enforcement. If you have any questions contact me at Thanks for the support and love

Below you can watch the video of the performance!


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Tyler Moye : Performing on the street corner


In my experiences from working in the music entertainment business over 11 years I’ve learned a myriad of things. One being that you’re either going to see the “music” as a job or as a passion. As soon as it becomes your job some of the emotion is clouded with scheduling, money, budgeting, marketing along with any other business aspects. Then there’s the social discomfort. The feeling of being watched constantly and the feeling of walking on eggshells. All-in-all, you have to be absolutely content within your mind, body and soul if you want to make the transition from “hobby” to “job”.

As of late, I’ve taken a step back from the lime light so that I could refocus my mind to the thought that you don’t always have to be in the front-center to feel successful. Also, I did so to better appreciate my talent without approval from others. I wanted to gain better focus on molding my craft and to soon be able to mold other young artist to take steps towards launching their music careers.

My business partners at Keedie’s Corner (Keidra Ponder) and I have been attenting a lot of the open mic events around the city just to support the local talent. This past Sunday we attended the “Smooth Groove Sunday” open mic event at Grand View Live in Daytona Beach, Fl. The performances were phenomenal! (Videos of the performances will be coming soon). I left the scene with a camera that had a full memory card because I didn’t want to miss a moment. The new venue was prestigious. Beautiful bar, nice stage, and the performers filled the stage with different instruments that varied from Keyboards, drumsets, all the way down to bass guitar. It looked like a jazz scene from “Harlem Nights”.

As I left the venue, I walked down the street and this is where I ran into Tyler. I said to myself “I’ve been watching performances all night, wouldn’t hurt to see one more”. (Video Below)

Tyler taught me two lessons that night…never judge a book by its cover and never judge the talent by the platform it is presented. 

Love what you do…period!


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