Xumaniiâ„¢ (the “Company”), a company that has developed proprietary technology capable of broadcasting live events in True HDâ„¢ wirelessly from multiple cameras at events creating high quality content for drastically lower production cost announces today that they have chosen the 1st of July in Paris, France as the next date that Pusha-T will host PUSHA-T LIVE on their proprietary live streaming broadcast platform located at www.xumanii.com
Xumanii and Pusha-T recently signed an agreement, which includes the live broadcast of four concert events over the next two years. While the Company has stated that there are several large acts that they are currently in various levels of negotiations with the scalability of this Paris Festival as well as the international appeal and exposure for the Company are key factors leading it to choose this venue as the 2nd Xumanii live broadcast of Pusha-T.
Company Founder and CEO Mr. Alex Frigon stated “Xumanii is off to a great start, with the Month of May having had two events with artists of high acclaim and popularity. Whereas we are all working incredibly hard to secure long term agreements with many of todays most popular artists, I am happy to say that we are also working on all genres of music simultaneously. We fully expect to continue to secure the same caliber of Artists that we have demonstrated thus far.” He continues, “With the successful usage of the Xumanii Mobile Live Broadcast technology in True HDâ„¢ events such as these would usually be something that a fan would miss out on or see after the fact due to distance. We really pride ourselves in bringing exclusive content to our users and we are only just beginning.”
Terrence “Pusha-T” Thornton began his respected career as one half of the highly successful rap group “The Clipse” created with the guidance of Hit Maker Pharell Williams. Since signing with Kanye West’s GOOD Music Label he has been on several chart-topping records over the past few years and shows no signs of slowing down. In 2013 he was nominated for two Grammy Awards for “Best Rap Song” and “Best Rap Performance” for the blockbuster “Mercy”.