Step into my office! No really step into the office of Julie Pilat and lets talk music, but don't get too distracted by the overflowing CD shelf, graffiti wall guest book and world's smallest violin.
The hottest artists are no strangers to Julie's office, Music Director of KIIS FM and it's pretty clear by the signed memorabilia covering the walls.
Now breaking new artists with a rapid growing following are popping in every Wednesday for the #weekendmixtape show.
So cozy up near a computer, watch and listen as each guest chats up their success, music, struggles and sometimes even performs plus get a preview of what top songs are hitting the KIIS family ears for the weekend.
In the meantime browse past shows below with super cool guests like Karmin, Dr. Hollywood, Honor Society and the Electrolightz.
Who doesn't love free music? Get a free download of Sammy Adams 'Only One' below...
Germany born, Compton, CA raised 26 year old artist Problem is on the fast track to stardom with a string of hits that has Complex Magazine naming him one of the 2012 "10 LA Rappers To Watch Out For.”
2012 proved to be an incredible year for Problem already scoring a big hits at radio (“Last Love”, “T.O.”) and playing a major part in E40's platinum club smash "Function." Through his career Problem has released nine mixtapes including his latest "Welcome To Mollywood Part 1 & 2" series that's been covered by top music sites online including BET, Complex, Vibe, XXL, Source, HiphopDX, Allhiphop and more.
Problem's latest single "Like Whaaat" is currently getting some serious radio spins. Check out the official music video, producer by our very own DJ Skee, & tell us what you think!
Julie's New Music Pick:
Rudimental- "Feel The Love" ft. John Newman
"I'm always the loud one," smiles Katy Tiz.
Well, it's the "loud ones" who get heard first, and you're going to want to hear everything that the UK singer and songwriter has to say. On her forthcoming debut for Lava Records/ Republic Records, Tiz artfully weaves together pop, hip hop, and a little reggae with witty lyrics and punchy hooks. It's meant to be blasted with the volume way up. CLICK HERE for the full bio.
Julie's Pick: Sammy Adams "LA Story"