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...
Friday & Saturday night! Sammy Adams and T. Mills made our weekend by hitting the stage at the el Rey theatre in Hollywood both evenings. Sold out sets with screaming fans kept the energy going strong hours after nightfall. T. Mills kicked the show off with a decorated stage that had a huge “T” and “M” on opposite sides. He got the crowd pumped by performing his top songs including: “Vans On,” “Loud,” and “Right Song.”
He then brought on to the stage guest performers Audio Push.
Right after intermission we were surprised by our very our Jojo Wright, who had the pleasure to introduce his friend and tattoo buddy Sammy Adams. The fans went crazy and hands went up as soon as the intro to “I hate college” remix started to play. Continuing the night, not a single person was sitting down when he covered
“Jump around.” He switched the beat with a remix of Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You
Were Trouble.” If I were T. Swizzle, I would be happy to hear the Sammy’s remix which included lyrics like “First name BIG last name Trouble.” Of course the night wasn’t complete until my favorite song “Only One” was done. Sammy thanked the crowd in helping him get to where he is today, leading effortlessly into his next song “Blow Up.” I overheard two people talking on the way out, they said that not only is Sammy a good performer but he puts emotion behind his songs and lyrics. I agree completely! It was an awesome night!!
- Jennifer Eashoo