Jonathan Hay Celebrity LLC had a placement on Extra TV and was named on the show credits. The episode aired on October 9, 2015 to millions of households across the country. Big placements happening around here.
The song co-produced by Jonathan Hay has went viral. The song started with a premiere on Yahoo Music. Since then, the song has been seen on HotNewHipHop, AllHipHop, HipHopDX, 2DopeBoyz, NahRight, Rhyme Junkie, RealTalkNY and many, many more media outlets and blogs across the internet.
“When The Sky Opens Up” and the Urban Hitchcock visual series is loaded with the new stars of tomorrow.
— CYHI THE PRYNCE (@CyhiThePrynce) September 24, 2015
Jonathan Hay is featured on Yahoo Music with a video premiere of his new co-produced single “When The Sky Opens Up” that stars Cyhi The Prynce. Other vocals are from Truth Ali, Morgan McRae and Frida Dee.
Check out the Yahoo link to watch the video and read the article – https://rising.yahoo.com/post/129312347798/see-it-first-cyhi-the-prynce-salutes-the-dearly
See It First: CyHi the Prynce Salutes the Dearly Departed in ‘When the Sky Opens Up’ Video http://t.co/tllIH48t6B
— Yahoo Music (@YahooMusic) September 18, 2015
Jonathan Hay is featured in VIBE for his co-produced song that deals with “the heavy subject matter of the track of alcoholism, child abuse, suicide and depression.” Read the article in VIBE by clicking here.
Jonathan Hay has co-produced a single “Don’t Close Your Eyes (Ashamed)” that is exploding online! The song and video has been seen on MTV, Billboard, HipHopWired, AllHipHop, AmbrosiaForHeads, RealTalkNY, 2DopeBoyz, Shady Records, HipHopDX, Ballerstatus, HipHopWeekly, SOHH, NahRight, VladTV and more.
Jonathan Hay is on MTV News for his co-production with Kxng Crooked of Slaughterhouse (Eminem’s Shady Records). Hay also makes a cameo in the video, that features an amazing verse from Truth Ali, with other collaborators including Ajami (co-producer), Frida Dee, EZKIEL and Frankie Carrera. Our visual assassins include Michael Bronke, Sabrina Hale, Miguel DeBerry, Yuya Ohashi, Tomer Greenfeld and Greyson Salmon. The music video was filmed in Louisville, Kentucky and Atlanta, Georgia and is the first part of a five-part-series.
Click Here to see the video on MTV News.
— Paul Rosenberg (@rosenberg) August 29, 2015
Jonathan Hay defends Cara Delevingne in cover story for Grazia Magazine UK. The magazine is on newsstands now.
“Cara [Delevingne] was being sarcastic and funny, but not everyone saw it that way. The line of questioning was a bit different to other US shows. If she would have gone on the Ellen DeGeneres’ show for example, Ellen would have got her sarcasm and it would have worked. The fact everyone is talking about this is great publicity for her and the film [Paper Towns], which is the agenda nowadays for everyone.”
-Jonathan Hay (as told Grazia Magazine UK)