THE SMOKERS CLUB Comes to Brooklyn

THE SMOKERS CLUB Comes to BrooklynCinematic Music Group founder Jonny Shipes is bringing California's "dopest" music event, THE SMOKERS CLUB to Brooklyn on September 30th, where many of today's hot-and-rising singers in the hip-hop industry will be performing.

Some highlights from performers who are making some big moves in hip-hop below:

  • Flipp Dinero: Cinemaitc's artist from Brooklyn, featured on top Spotify playlist, Rap Caviar, cited as an inspiration to Drake's album Scorpion, and his hit single Leave Me Alone is garnering several million streams per week.

  • Juice WRLD: Chicago-area hip-hop artist with over 20 million monthly listeners on Spotify, with his 2018 album Goodbye & Good Riddance peaking at #15 on Billboard 200.

  • NBA YoungBoy: Louisiana rapper whose latest album Until Death Call My Name reached the top 10 on Billboard's top 200 albums.

  • JayDaYoungan: rising Louisiana rapper signed to Cinematic, his song Interstate broke 4 million views in under a month's time and recently released his latest album, 23.

  • Yungeen Ace: Small-town Louisiana rapper, whose Cinematic debut video for All In has achieved over 5 million views and his debut mixtape Life of Betrayal recently premiered on


Since its formation in 2007, Cinematic Music Group has remained steadfast in its commitment to upholding artists' true vision & independence. Founder and CEO Jonny Shipes was determined to give his artists total creative control; a concept heavily valued by makers and consumers of art alike. Built on a framework of artistic integrity and creating the best music possible, success seemed inevitable for the fledgling label.

In recent years, Shipes has continued to expand the legacy of Cinematic while keeping in line with the principles he laid down initially. Alongside working with promising young acts like Squid Nice, MobSquad Nard and Flipp Dinero, Cinematic has recently forged ties with the legendary T-Pain. Looking beyond the world of hip-hop, Cinematic has also developed partnerships with singer/songwriter Cat Clyde, rock bands Public Access T.V. and Caveman, among others. As it stands in 2017, the Cinematic roster currently includes T-Pain, Joey Bada$$, Cam'Ron, Nyck Caution, MobSquad Nard, Flipp Dinero, Cat Clyde, Public Access T.V., and Caveman. Despite now hosting a broader coalition of artists, one thing remains clear: Cinematic continues to be one of the premier independent labels for its unwavering dedication to its artists and the preservation of quality music.

The Smokers Club, founded in 2010 by Jonny Shipes & Smoke DZA with a host of notable associated artists and influencers, is a cannabis lifestyle brand focusing on unique content, merchandise, touring, and music festivals.

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