Lil Jon’s BME Click grows with the addition of pro-skateboarders Greg Lutzka and Ryan Sheckler (from MTV’s ‘Life of Ryan’), pro-snowboarders Danny Kass and Dingo, and pro-surfer Travis Mellem. The entire BME Click, including Lil Jon, was at the X-Games in Aspen – supporting Kass as he competed in the SuperPipe competition this year – and they all welcomed in the Games with a blowout party for the BME Click Grenade Glove at the BME/Oakley House in Aspen on Thursday night.See Also:
Lil Jon tells HHNLive.com, “All of the BME Athletes came together for the preview of the BME Grenade Glove and to support Danny Kass! BME Click was everywhere, from kids rockin’ our bandanas and New Era hats, to athletes riding BME snowboards. It’s always good to be with family, and that’s what X-Games was.”
Kass shares, “When Lil Jon wanted to get into action sports he wanted to pull the illest crew together, and it is an honor to be picked by that man.” Sheckler also adds, “Action sports is taking over, and BME is a part of it. Keep your eyes open and get ready!”
BME Recordings was founded in 2001 by Lil Jon and his partners, and it’s home to both E-40, and Lil’ Scrappy as well. Lil Jon has crafted his signature sound making him one of the most in demand producers today, with artists such as Ciara, Usher, and Three 6 Mafia calling upon him to lend his talent. His accolades include several BMI’s Songwriter of the Year Awards, a Grammy, eight Billboard Awards, a Radio Music Award, a BET Awards, and two MTV Video Music Awards.
MTS Centre, Winnipeg - May 26, 2008
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