In Los Angeles, Jack Schwartz is a name you can’t ignore. This entrepreneur and the powerhouse behind MyPlots App has managed to take the city’s party scene by storm. His story is not just about creating an app but about transforming dreams into reality, which is where the magic begins.
MyPlots is an app that’s become a game-changer in the party world. It’s more than just an event planning tool—it’s a platform fostering a community and redefining how teenagers party. The proof? On August 1st, 2023, the popular rapper Famous Dex performed at a MyPlots event, an unforgettable night that Schwartz pulled together in just two days, selling out all 350 tickets within just 5 hours, a clear indication of the magnetic attraction MyPlots holds.
Success doesn’t come without its share of challenges, but Schwartz has a knack for turning obstacles into opportunities. A great example of this was when an event venue owner demanded $6,000 instead of the agreed $2,000 just an hour before the event, but Schwartz didn’t flinch. He shouldered the burden, went on with the show, and still managed to recoup all the extra costs.
Schwartz’s prowess doesn’t stop at handling last-minute challenges. He knows how to make a party matter. He breathed new life into high school after-prom events, going on a MyPlots after-prom tour and hosting memorable nights for schools like Pali High, Santa Monica High School, Viewpoints, and El Segundos. These weren’t your average teenage parties; they were big enough to book artists like SSGKobe and rake in an astounding $100,000 in ticket sales in a month. Schwartz’s astute business acumen is evident when he used the profits to reward himself with a brand-new M340i.
Perhaps one of the most surreal moments for Schwartz, and a significant milestone for MyPlots, was when Famous Dex performed his popular tracks “Japan”, “Pick it Up”, and more at a party. Reminiscing about how Cole Bennett and Dex were making their names in the industry in 2016, Schwartz can’t help but feel inspired and aspires to follow a similar path, but with his unique twist by throwing MyPlots Fest, similar to Bennett’s annual Lyrical Lemonade Festival.
As diverse as the MyPlots events have been, one instance stands out for the sheer fun of it. During the MyPlots release party, a tattoo artist was part of the entertainment, leading to Schwartz’s friends (and a girl he fancied) getting inked. Imagine leaving a party with a permanent reminder – literally.
Schwartz is relentless in his quest for growth. As he transitions from high school to UCLA, he plans on extending the MyPlots magic to a college audience. His vision? To turn MyPlots into a worldwide phenomenon, host world-renowned Hip-Hop festivals, and challenge giants like Rolling Loud. He wants to change the world.
Given the success of MyPlots, Schwartz is undoubtedly on the path to realizing this vision. His unique blend of technology and entertainment revolutionized LA’s teen party, and this is just the beginning.
From Heartbreak to Summer Jam: Drew Angus’ ‘Broken Heart Last’ Resonate
Summer’s heat often comes with a rollercoaster of emotions. For some, it’s a time of love and adventure; for others, it might dredge up memories of loves lost. Yet, in this melting pot of emotions, Drew Angus and Matt Giella have penned a song that speaks to those very contrasts – “Broken Heart Last,” a track that’s a beautiful mix of classic Americana vibes and energetic pop-rock.
Hailing from the lively streets of Bridgeport, Connecticut, Drew Angus isn’t just another guy with a guitar; he’s a musical chef who knows how to mix different flavors to create something memorable. His songs don’t just offer melodies; they paint vivid pictures. Delve into his music and find yourself on a soulful journey where the old-world charm of Americana meets the upbeat pulse of modern tunes. Drew’s tunes take you back to simpler times, drawing from the classics like Tom Petty and The Beatles while adding contemporary touches that fans of John Mayer or Ben Rector would love.
Yet, to truly understand Drew, one must trace back to his roots. The streets of Bridgeport served as his playground and classroom. It’s where the rhythms of rock legends like The Rolling Stones and the deep storytelling of The Beatles shaped his musical inclinations. This influence is evident in his tunes. Drew’s mantra, “I sing for my supper,” isn’t just a saying; it’s a testament to his unwavering passion.
It’s hard to think that this independent talent, who once swayed to classic anthems in his living room, now shares the limelight with big names like Harry Styles and Nile Rogers. If you’ve ever been to a live performance featuring Drew with legends like Andrea Bocelli or Ann Willson, you’d understand the sheer energy and charisma he brings.
While Drew’s journey is impressive, this summer is all about “Broken Heart Last.” A collaboration with Matt Giella, this track delves into the emotional depths of love’s aftermath. As you sink into the lyrics, an upbeat rhythm lifts your spirit, reminding listeners that heartaches might last, but so does the healing power of music. The song doesn’t just ask how long heartbreak lingers; it offers a remedy – dance. Let the rhythm guide your feet, find release, and celebrate the moment.
Remember the moments when a particular song would trigger challenging memories, but its rhythm would make you dance anyway? That’s the allure of “Broken Heart Last“. Now available on all popular streaming platforms, this song is not just a tune; it’s therapy for anyone nursing the wounds of lost love. As it fills the airwaves this summer, the message is loud and clear: Let go, groove to the memories, and let the rhythm mend your heart.
For those keeping an ear to the ground, Drew Angus isn’t just a passing comet; he’s a force in the musical galaxy. And while “Broken Heart Last” is currently stealing the show, there’s a buzz about more captivating tunes from Drew’s to release later this year.
So, as the sun sets on another day, let Drew Angus’ tunes be your soundtrack, echoing the timeless tussle between love, loss, and the undying spirit to dance again.
From ‘Cold’ Streetwear to Cosmic Dreams: The Ryley Gauthier Odyssey
Success stories have always inspired us to chase our dreams. While many successful people are just motivations for aspiring talents, some went beyond to share their hard-earned knowledge to help others replicate their achievements. One such example is Ryley Gauthier, an entrepreneurial prodigy who ventured into his first business at the tender age of 16. Ryley’s journey is captivating not just for his achievements but for his mission to become a genuine mentor to others who want to break free from the 9 to 5 grind.
Starting his journey with $0 Ryley worked his way up becoming a trailblazing entrepreneur, mentor, and dreamer with a cosmic ambition. Hailing from a middle-class family, Ryley was raised with the values of hard work and determination by his parents. His father, a Ph.D. in criminal justice from Liberty University has been his greatest inspiration to share his knowledge and wisdom with others so they can walk in his footsteps.
His first venture was a streetwear clothing brand called “Cold.” Although the business initially struggled to find ground, Ryley turned it around in three months to generate his first $10k as revenue. Following this success, he delved deeper into e-commerce, founding and scaling more successful brands that are spinning seven-figure revenue even today.
Ryley’s achievements are not limited to e-commerce only. He developed a unique content strategy that helped him amass a whopping 3.5 billion views on TikTok in just six months. Armed with innovative thinking ability and a passion for helping others, Ryley added a new dimension to his career as a mentor. He founded a mentorship program named “Ryley’s Workshop” through which he shares his wisdom with aspiring talents. It is a personalized mentorship program that has already achieved a remarkable 100% success rate among its students. This reflects Ryley’s dedication to helping others escape the 9-to-5 grind with proven strategies.
Like other successful entrepreneurs, Ryley also overcame his share of struggles and challenges. Growing up with no financial privilege, he had to work at an amusement park and a Whole Foods to fund his business idea. The next series of challenges for Ryley was signing up for essential services on various e-commerce platforms. Due to his young age, e-commerce sites like Shopify, Stripe, and Square restricted him from availing services crucial for his business growth.
With a few years of experience as an entrepreneur, Ryley has already accomplished a series of milestones. He created the second-largest financial education platform globally in just 8 months which currently has over 100K students. He founded a content strategy to earn views and owns a scaling e-commerce empire. At 18 Ryley purchased his dream car, a 2022 Corvette Z06, and also bought a penthouse. He also has an enviable collection of watches. Apart from his personal achievements, Ryley serves as the Chief Marketing Officer at Parrot Finance, stirring the fintech company to new horizons of success.
At present, Ryley is focused on creating one of the most impactful and helpful mentorship programs for e-commerce worldwide. Going forward, he aspires to venture into space exploration. This reflects his boundless dreams and determination to leave a lasting legacy in the cosmos. Ryley Gauthier has turned his ordinary narrative into an extraordinary story with hard work and dedication that is inspiring millions to follow their passion.
Art Angels Presents 10 Years With David Drebin X the Diamond Dust Collection
Drebin has been with Art Angels since the beginning.
Art Angels celebrates 10 years with David Drebin opening on September 14th at their flagship gallery in Beverly Hills.
Multidisciplinary artist David Drebin has had exhibitions all over the world and has been a loyal Artist to Art Angels since they opened their doors 10 years ago in Los Angeles.
“Flirting With Danger” published by teNeues publishing (their 8th book together ) marks the latest book release of Drebin’s plus Art Angels will debut in Los Angeles his long-awaited Magic of Lenticular series featuring limited editions of his best-selling art pieces to date.
“Drebins” collected all over the world will be on display on the walls of Art Angels Gallery in Beverly Hills opening on September 14th.
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