NeverLeveled LLC is cooking up another exciting event this August 14, 2020. This time the company that started Culture Festival is taking on the digital space, officially launching a live virtual concert experience exclusively on NeverLeveledTV. The concert ushers in a brand-new milestone for the company. The concert entitled “Life of a King” features none other than Dancehall King Beenie Man.
With the looming threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, the concert industry has suffered a massive loss. It’s a difficult time for artists everywhere, which is why NeverLeveled LLC is offering a platform for artists to monetize their performances online. Through NeverLeveled TV, artists can create live virtual events with tiered entry fees, sell their own merchandise, and even offer premium subscription benefits.
The platform is a two-way street, offering much-needed entertainment to everyone out there stuck in their homes due to the quarantine. CEO of NeverLeveled LLC, Guy Duhon, along with his partners Lamar Brumfield, Jason Newman and Debbion Newman who own Reggae Hub, guarantee that their audience will thoroughly enjoy the virtual spectacle.
Gracing the first-ever live virtual concert on NeverLeveledTV is legendary Dancehall Icon, Beenie Man. A legend in the Dancehall music scene, Beenie Man, is known for his chart-topping hits such as “Dude” featuring the lovely Ms. Thing, “Feel It Boy” alongside a young early 2000’s Janet Jackson, and many more. His music has inspired generations of musicians from vastly different genres like Pop, Hip Hop, and Reggaeton for over 25 years. With his latest single “Do You Want To Be That Guy?,” Beenie Man speaks up about how a police officer from the JCF (Jamaican Constabulary Force) tried to stop their Verzuz Livestream on Instagram due to the current pandemic policies.
The Verzuz Livestream in question aired live on Instagram back on May 23, 2020, and has garnered a lot of attention from old fans and new fans alike. It saw two Dancehall legends clash in a battle of culture and music. Beenie Man was up against his long-time rival Bounty Killer, yet another Dancehall legend.
Beenie Man has long been troubled by visa issues, with issues dating back since 2010. He has been working to restore his visa to bring back his music to his fans in the USA. Fortunately, NeverLeveledTV will bring just as much of that feverish enthusiasm to the digital space. “Life of a King” will stream live on August 14, 2020, exclusively on NeverLeveledTV. With a dedicated team that’s constantly working on improving the technology, NeverLeveledTV is set to become a competitive force in the online streaming market.
NeverLeveledTV has a catalog of more than 4000 movies that can be streamed directly on the platform. With more improvements expected to come to the platform, NeverLeveldTV is officially launching its live entertainment with “Life of a King,” testing the waters for a breakout feature that will benefit artists and fans from all over the world.
Audiences will be given a choice between tiered experiences for their live concert events. However, there’s also an option to subscribe to NeverLeveledTV with a one-year subscription that costs $4.99 per month. A subscription provides users with free access to all general admission events on the platform, as well as the opportunity to gain points just by viewing events. These points will be redeemable at NeverLeveled’s signature event, Culture Festival 2021, in Jamaica.
Tickets are selling fast at NeverLeveled.tv. With price points ranging from $3.99 for general admission, $6.99 for VIP admission, which includes Beenie Man music downloads and a backstage pass, $9.99 for ULTRA VIP patrons, which includes all of the above plus a virtual after-party with surprise guests.
The event was originally scheduled on July 3, 2020, but after recently finding out that Breonna Taylor’s family was hosting a memorial on the same day, the team decided to move the date to August 14 to stand in solidarity against the injustices that are happening in the USA. The over 24,000 patrons have been noticed and with the new date of the event, the team has set a goal of 100,000 patrons with their new partnership with Roku and Amazon Firestick granting the team access to a combined 40 million subscribers.
NeverLeveled.tv, The Reggae Hub and team Beenie Man stand in solidarity against the injustices done to the victims of these horrible crimes, they would like to show their sincerest gratitude to those who have purchased streaming tickets and the team is excited to put on a good show at a much later date when everyone has healed from the incidents.