After a very eventful Trae Day weekend, amongst other celebrations, it's time we caught up with some of our beloved natives. Here’s how your favorite Houstonians were staying busy last week.
Houston shows up big at Rolling Loud Festival.
Travis Scott, Megan Thee Stallion, Ken The Man, and more of Houston's hottest artists showed up and showed out for their fans at Rolling Loud Fest in Miami this weekend. The Houston artists offered electrifying performances and gave their fans a taste of what it means to be from Texas.
Deshaun Watson reports to Texans training camp Sunday.
Houston Texans Quarterback Deshaun Watson reported to training camp Sunday morning amid a desire to be traded to another team and multiple civil lawsuits. Had Watson not reported to camp, he would have been fined $50,000 per day.
Maxo Kream celebrates the two-year anniversary of his "Brandon Banks" album.
Two years after its release, Alief native Maxo Kream shows love to the critically acclaimed album, Brandon Banks. The album featured other Houston heavyweights, including Megan Thee Stallion for its Flavor of Love-inspired track, "She Live," as well as a feature from Travis Scott on "The Relays," which also features Pimp C as a credited writer.
George W. Bush celebrates his 75th birthday.
The former president of the United States celebrated on a golf course with friends and family at Cape Arundel Golf Club in Maine.
Teezo Touchdown is featured in London-based The Face Magazine.
The alternative punk-rapper has been making waves in the music industry, following his "War on Mid" campaign. Teezo has amassed nearly 100,000 followers and has a Billboard entry for his song with Tyler The Creator.
Geto Boys rapper and legend Scarface featured on Drink Champs podcast.
The Houston legend made an appearance on the popular podcast Drink Champs and reminisced on his career, sharing some interesting memories and encounters he's had in the music industry. He also dished some of his favorite and not-so-favorite songs that he's written in his lifetime.
Trae Tha Truth's Trae Day Weekend is a resounding success.
With a weekend full of events for Houston residents, Trae Day proved to be a successful three-day festival of family fun, and it brought out some of the music industry's finest, including acts like Bow Wow, Conway, and B. Simone. In addition to all the family fun and giveaways, now Howdy's Homemade Ice Cream in Katy is officially open for business.