Monster Energy Music Artists Rock Out Via Livestreams During Social Isolation
With the entire world being told to practice social isolation due to COVID-19, Monster Energy Music artists who are stuck at home are getting creative with ways to keep bringing the music to fans – with many of them setting up live streams from their homes. From Statik & Termanology to Charlie Benante of Anthrax, artists are finding ways to stay connected with their fans and bring everyone together during a time when everyone must stay apart.
As live music events around the nation and around the world have been canceled or postponed in the wake of the coronavirus, Monster Energy Music artists are some of the many musicians who are using live streaming to entertain fans with the music they love…as well as letting them in on mind-blowing music that’s still in the works.
International club king DJ Stakz is still dropping beats…but instead of the club, he’s doing so from his living room. Recently, Stakz hosted The Biggest Kompa/Zouk Virtual Live Party, with fans congregating on Instagram to offer up reactions, comments, and chatter in real-time. Meanwhile, producer Statik Selektah and rapper Termanology took fans behind the scenes for a 24-hour album creation live stream.
DJs aren’t the only Monster Energy Music artists rocking out from their homes. Drummers like stOrk founder Thomas Lang are live streaming, as well, with Lang sharing snippets from his recording sessions. Anthrax drummer Charlie Benantemade a video in which he shared some of his musical inspirations while laying down beats on his favorite Roland Artist TD-50. Meanwhile, country singer/songwriter Rick Monroe brought his full band together via a remote live stream.
DaniLeigh, the latest artist selected to headline the prestigious Monster Energy Outbreak Tour, is sharing videos of fans participating in her Levi High Challenge. Tech N9ne has taken to Instagram Live to show his workout routine. Following the February release of his album The Allegory, Royce da 5’9” has been posting clips of himself hard at work in the studio. 9th Wonder streamed a DJ set on Instagram Live, sharing his thoughts on how humanity can stay connected while maintaining social distance: “The moment in time a lot of us turned our back on the radio… In these times, call it a safe haven.”
Bun B posted a live video where he read from the children’s book Pete The Cat: I Love My White Shoes! to support Save the Children’s effort to ensure that young students who rely on school lunches don’t go hungry. Guapdad 4000 has unveiled an interview with Charlie Wilson on Genius. After releasing an acoustic/strings arrangement of his track “Perfect”, Yung Pinch dropped a video performing in the studio with a string trio.
These videos and events are just the beginning of a wave of live streaming content from the living rooms and home studios of Monster Energy Music artists. With a roster of talent that spans across genres from EDM and hip-hop/urban to rock, country, and more, fans of all types of music will be able to connect and enjoy performances from their favorite artists as well as discover new ones…all without ever leaving their couches.