Zayion McCall and Zay Hilfigerr, the singers of “Juju on That Beat,” will certainly perform Saturday in a concert at Memorial Hall. Billed at the Joplin City Getdvery own, the concert will certainly function Brayden Taylor, of Joplin, as the opening entertainment.
Taylor, currently living and also working in Charlotte, North Carolina, was signed to World Class Entertainment Group, working with choreographer Dres Reid. A video for his song “Luv U Down” was released around three months ago on YouTube.
McCall and Hilfigerr’s “Juju on That Beat” soared up Billboard’s Hot 100 chart on the strength of a series of viral videos and also fast-paced administration, according to a story around the song on Billboard.com. People making homemade dance videos captured on to the song; noticing the virality, Artist Partners Group relocated conveniently to authorize the 2 and also release the song.
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Tickets: $21, $26 for VIP. A $5 discount is offered to tickets purchased in advancement.
Details: 620-688-0951, 620-688-1461 or 417-434-2624.
Joe Hadsall is the digital editor for The Joplin Globe. He has been the editor of the previous Nixa News-Enterprise and also has worked for the Christian County Headliner News and 417 Magazine.
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