Hot Mic Artist Trending Report Vol. 134

Neon Entertainment is your connection to booking nationally known touring musicians, comedians, and speakers. From chart toppers to rising stars we deliver all talent for your next event. This week we’re focusing on the top college-touring acts perfect for your next big Fall Fest event.

Offering services like event preparation and on-site consultation for your larger events, Neon Entertainment has been one of the leading entertainment booking agencies for the past 23 years. If you need to hire a comedian or need a musician for your college event let one of our entertainment booking agents help you with your next event. Please contact us if you have any questions about the artists’ availability.

REMA

REMA is a 19 year old rising star from Nigeria and a marquee artist on his label, leading the next generation of Nigerian pop.

In March, he released his debut self-titled EP on Mavin Records, which gained a reputation among polished Afrobeats stars like Tiwa, Savage and US artists such as Drake and Lil Nas X. Upon its release, the EP spent more than a month at No. 1 on  Nigeria’s Apple Music Charts.

He released his follow up EP “Bad Commando,” on October 3rd and will release the full body of work next year.

His acclaimed single “Dumebi” has surpassed 7 million views on YouTube, and has been prominently play-listed on both Spotify and Apple Music.

Noah Schnacky

It’s easy to believe in Noah Schnacky. His music is earnest, his smile is captivating, and his mission is much bigger than simply trying to be the Next Big Thing.

His self-released first official single, “Hello Beautiful,” has over 36 million streams on Spotify alone. Quickly catching on in the streaming world – he began to amass a grassroots core of over 500,000 fans  – which anchored an army of believers.

Noah is currently on radio tour for his latest single, “I’ll Be The One,” which reached over a million streams in the first week of its release.

Cecily Strong

Cecily Strong debuted as a featured comedian on “Saturday Night Live”. The next season, Strong became a repertory player and co-anchored the recurring “Weekend Update” segment with “Seth Meyers,” beginning with the season 39 premiere.

She’s best known for her recurring “Saturday Night Live” characters and impersonations of various politicians.

She was the featured host entertainer at the 2015 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner.

She’s also featured in “The Female Brain”, the reboot of “Ghostbusters”, and “The Boss”.