7 Meals • 13 Hours Top Shelf Open Bar • 2 DJ's

B&G

WINTER WEEKEND GETAWAY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH 2015
Through
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH 2015

Happening @ The
HOLIDAY INN Hotel
Albany, New York

A FUN WINTER HAVEN IN UPSTATE N. Y. 

Live Performances by

Slim of 112

SLIM
Marvin Scandrick better known as Slim, is a R&B recording artist best known for his unique voice and his lead vocals in the group 112. After 112 released their fifth album, Pleasure & Pain in 2005, Slim decided to embark on a solo career. In 2008 Slim released the single “So Fly”, featuring Yung Joc. His debut album, Love’s Crazy, was released on November 18, 2008 and featured other hit singles such as "Good Lovin", "Heels On" and "Loves Crazy"Slim released his newest work on a mixtape which was titled "Crusin Da City Vol. 1" presented by "DJ Lyte" and "DJ Lucky Calhoun". This mixtape included Slim's signature falsetto on some brand new original works produced by some of the industry heavyweights such as Drumma Boy, Oddz N Endz, Pooh Bear, and a new up and coming producer Roc On Command (Kevin Rockhill). This Mixtape made a big splash in the R&B world right away, it was immediately featured on the top mixtape site DatPiff. This mixtape produced a new track called "Baby Baby" which included as beautifully placed Notorious BIG sample, great instrumentation, and Slim's angelic voice. "Baby Baby" has been getting spins from the radio, club DJ's, and blasted through the internet making quick waves in the R&B community.

Allure

ALLURE
Allure is a New York-based R&B girl group that formed in the early 1990s originally signed by Mariah Carey. The group released their debut self-titled album in 1997. The album featured "Head Over Heels" (featuring Nas), "No Question" (featuring LL Cool J), "All Cried Out" (featuring 112), a Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam cover and their biggest hit to date (US #4), and "Last Chance". After being released from Mariah Carey’s label, Allure signed with MCA Records in 2000, eventually issuing their second album, Sunny Days, in 2001. The album yielded two singles: "Enjoy Yourself" and "Kool Wit Me". Soon after they signed with NBA player Ron Artest's newly formed label, Tru Warier Records. In 2002, they appeared in the Tom Jones’ Mr. Jones album, in the song "The Letter". Late 2004 saw the release of their third album, Chapter III, in reference to their lineup change and being their third album. Two singles were released as well, 2004's "Uh Oh" featuring reggae artist Elephant Man, and 2005's "I Think I'm In Love" featuring rapper Joe Budden.

Boogie Black

BOOGIE BLACK
Boogie Black was born in the boro of The Bronx where hip-hop was created. Growing up he was surrounded by legendary pioneers, Afrika Bambaataa, Grand-Master Melle Mel, GQ and The Sugar Hill Gang. Boogie began to craft his art as a MC. In an effort to gain support among local DJ’s he began to seek out NY DJ’s who played to large urban audiences. A friend introduced Boogie to the legendary DJ and music executive Kevin “Sugar Daddy” Woodley (an A&R executive at Columbia and Atlantic Records). Within weeks Boogie, Wooley, DJ LA and Money Mike began laying the blueprint for Boogie Black’s single “Blame It on the Henny”

Talent

TALENT
He goes by the unorthodox, but very appropriate name of Talent, a brilliant comedian whose fine tuned, reality based, universal humor was developed in clubs and other major comedy outlets nationwide. His awesome timing, skilled storytelling, improvisation, and sharp wit are down right FUNNY!

Music for the Weekend Provided By

E-Kim, Chris Love

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