FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
“GO DJ AWARDS V GRAND ANNIVERSARY”
HOUSTON, TX - December 18, 2019 - Craig Williams, CEO of I AM A GO DJ MUSIC GROUP, LLC. and the CITY of HOUSTON present the GO DJ AWARDS 5TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY, Monday, January 28, 2019, at the A.D. PLAYERS at the George Theatre located at 5420 Westheimer Rd., Houston, TX 77056. Red Carpet is from 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM, award ceremony commences at 8:00 pm. FORMAL ATTIRE IS REQUIRED. Tickets can be purchased from https://www.godjawards.com.
The 2017 GO DJ AWARDS held at MATCH Houston, revered as Houston’s Largest award show,was hosted by Houston’s finest & Comedy Central’s very own, Ali Siddiq, Master of Ceremony- the notable MC Kane- founder of the Frontline Tour; alongside as Mistress of Ceremony- the beautiful LaLa- TV Host and producer of Lala’s World and Tu Musica.
As is every year, 2017 was especially memorable for 1501 Certified Ent. Artist- Psyco Sid, with his surprise engagement proposal presented after his performance.
In addition to outstanding performances, recognizing notable talent’s such as -
Z-RO receiving “Album of the Year”, Young Lyric receiving “Best Female Artist of the Year”, MC KANE recieving MC of the Year, RADIO-ONE- 979 THE BOX VERY OWN KIOTTI receiving DJ of the Year, just to name a few;
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3RD ANNUAL GO DJ AWARDS 2016
OVER 1 MILLION SOCIAL MEDIA IMPRESSIONS
HOUSTON, Texas – More than three thousand diehard music fans attended the 3rd Annual Go DJ Awards in Houston on July 18 at the NRG Center where top honors were earned by hip hop veteran Paul Wall and Mayor Sylvester Turner. The always-epic event kicked off with an exclusive red carpet, featured electric performances and appearances by some of the biggest names in hip hop and helped to build bridges between the entertainment industry and local business and civic leaders.
In his acceptance speech, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner encouraged attendees and award winners alike to do their part in lifting up the city and supporting each other. The awards show, which attracts music artists and celebrities from across the U.S., aligns with the mayor’s efforts to establish the city as a major hub for music and entertainment.
Other A-list honorees representing the local business and civic community included: James Prince, Sr., CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records; Ron Jemison, Jr., President of Franklin Beauty School; Isiah Carey, Reporter for Fox 26 Houston; Jeffrey Boney, Houston Forward Times Editor; NakiaCooper, Owner of NewsWithAttitude.com and CW39 Digital Content Manager; and Lydia Harris, Co-Founder of Death Row Records.
The 3rd Annual Go DJ Awards was broadcasted live by 97.9 The Box and included a tribute to the legendary Prince and a performance of “Hate On” by Jhonni Blaze in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Jaye Valentine and Jazz Anderson, daughter of VH1 “Basketball Wives” star Tami Roman, graced the awards show stage for the first time, along with many other up and coming artists. DJ XO lit the stage on fire with the performance of his smash hit, “I Just Pulled Off the Lot” to close the show.
The event was hosted by radio personality JJ On The Mic and Go MC Kane. Go DJ GT served as the official DJ for the event. Numerous special guests made appearances at the event including Slim Thugg, Zero, Kirko Bangz.
Paul Wall took home awards for Best Video of the Year and Best Collaboration. Other winners included DJ XO for Producer of the Year, Dead End Red for Best New Male Artist, Necessary for Best New Female Artist, GO DJ Hi-C for Best Male DJ and Shaunte for Best Female DJ.
Velma Trayham, the CEO of ThinkZILLA Consulting and the engineer of the awards show’s event management and massive publicity campaign, also received an award foroutstanding achievement.
“The Go DJ Awards has become one of the most highly-anticipated annual events in Houston not only for music fans, but for business and civic leaders seeking to tap into the influence of the entertainment industry and reach an increasingly affluent urban demographic,” said Trayham. “Over the past three years, the event has garnered millions of social media impressions. This year was no different, as the event trended across all social media platforms. It was a stellar show and next year will be even bigger and better.”
The 3rd Annual Go DJ Awards was sponsored by the Houston Forward Times, 97.9 The Box, Go DJs Global, The Hype Magazine, Hip Hop Weekly, Diablo Loco, Death2Life Ent, Drink Houston and Kurt Agomuo & Associates. The 4th Annual Go DJ Awards is set to take place on July 17, 2017.
For more information, including red carpet photos, video clips, a complete list of winners and honorees and 2017 sponsorship opportunities, visit www.godjawards.com or contact ThinkZILLA PR & Consulting Group at 888-509-1145 or Velma@itsthinkzilla.com