Message to all my fans. I just want to thank you for giving me your all. Supporting me and backing me up when I’m not around but am always in spirit. I didn’t make this 21 project for the old reviews and bloggers. I made it for real Lil yachty fans who have been dying for new music from me… that’s why I put so many songs.. that’s why it’s mostly just me. Because it’s from me to you. I understand first week numbers didn’t do what most people expected but that’s only because they don’t understand me. They don’t understand us. I don’t expect anybody to. I make it for those who listen. I feel like my brand is so big and blew up so big, it blew up bigger than my actual music. Which isn’t the worst situation it could be worse all I have to is make it to where my brand hype and music hype equal out.. I am back in the studio. Working on my next ep. I know what you guys (my fans) liked about the project and didn’t like.. I’m putting that into consideration. It is now time to focus on my tour. Teenage Tour. Which is going to be fucking lit. A fucking experience to the young youth ready to lose there minds!!!!!!!! With this being my last few months of being a teenager I am just living with no regrets having fun and enjoying life. And that’s what I did with this album. I’m glad I made it and I personally love it. Think it’s awesome. I need to see everybody at the local date on the teenage tour singing there heart out. I need to meet y’all at the meeting greets and I need to know y’all’ favorite song and why. Videos coming soon. To my fans. I appreciate you for riding this journey with me. I love you guys always and forever. Fuck the outsiders.. do you. See you on tour. ⛵️
New Skool Rules aims to create a platform for SHARING AND GAINING KNOWLEDGE, NETWORKING, DOING BUSINESS AND HAVING FUN!!! New Skool Rules has been very successful in bringing out the Music Industry’s Movers & Shakers as speakers for the different panels, workshops and masterclasses.
In 2017 New Skool Rules will have some of the biggest names and influential people in the Urban Music Industry as panel members, sharing their knowledge and experiences with the delegates.
This anniversary edition New Skool Rules will feature:
SVP of A&R Omar Grant (Roc Nation), Director of A&R Yaasiel ‘ Success’ Davis (Atlantic Records), SVP of A&R Sterling Simms (Universal Publishing), Head of Urban Global Ryan Press (Warner Chappell/ Warner Music), Grammy Award winning producer/songwriter Chris Henderson and Troy Taylor (Trey Songz), SVP of A&R Ashley Calhoun (Pulse Music Group), SVP of A&R Shani Gonzales (BMG Publishing) and renowned lawyer Bob Celestin.
All of the Americans will be accompanied by Promoter/ Manager Magdalena Jensen (Poland), Promoter/ Manager Ekatarina Bazhanova (Russia) and the most important person in Urban Media from the UK, Charlie Sloth.
New Skool Rules always makes sure that the top performers in the different markets showcase their talent, from legends like MC Shan and Fredro Starr (Onyx) to LMFAO and Bishop Lamont to extremely known artists from Asia like Joe Flizzow, SonaOne & Mizz Nina, who have graced the New Skool Rules stages.
“La Boulette” is the first single from Dans ma bulle, an album by Diam’s released on 21 February 2006. La Boulette debuted at number 3 on the French music charts and stayed number one for three consecutive weeks. Containing numerous references to fellatio, incest and violence, some consider the lyrics to be somewhat vulgar if unfamiliar with the genre’s conventions. In 2007, “La Boulette” won a NRJ Music Awards in the category ‘Francophone song of the year’. As of July 2014, it was the 88th best-selling single of the 21st century in France, with 323,000 units sold