(WWETV Network) We announced last week that producer Herb Middleton of original Bad Boy Records Era (worked with icons Mary J, Blige, Biggie Smalls, and Usher to name a few) is now working with Worldwide Entertainment TV. Today we break the news that one of his first projects will be a DMX tribute documentary. The Yonkers legend Earl Simmons was recently released from prison and performed at his first live event over the weekend.
Herb Middleton is looking for artists to participate in this project regardless of how many followers you may have on Instagram or friends on facebook.
He starts filming for this project this Thursday. He wants to give roses to legendary artists while they are alive. Middleton is also always looking for talented artists to work, so any artists who feel they got the skills feel free to contact him in direct message on Instagram.
DMX is one of the top selling hip hop artists of all-time. He burst onto the scene in the late 90’s and been involved in Hollywood movies such as Romeo Must Die with the legendary Aaliyah.
Herb Middleton is also starting up a new movement. “A King’s Mic” hosted by Bigg Vegg is a new HipHop movement created by Producer Herb Middleton of NuVybe Records, CEO Michael Harrison aka “Voe” of Frenzy Worldwide present a tribute documentary to DMX covering the real creative process of making “Stay Up” a mid tempo HipHop/ R&B track with vocals from hit producer PC Beatz produced by “Big Herb” The documentary and music video will be aired on VU-ME. VU.Me. It’s A “From The Ground Up” production.