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Brian Hernandez

New York, NY
Artist Relations Specialist and Freelance Journalist — Freelance, Genius
Covers:  social tv, entertainment, music, celebrities, apps, technology

Music Pundit / Writer / Speaker / @Genius Artist Relations Specialist / 2016 stories in @Forbes & @Billboard / Formerly @Mashable / Let's collab►

People call me “BAH” — as in the sound sheep make — because of my initials.

I’m an entertainment reporter at Mashable, where I interview celebrities, TV networks, record labels and other entertainment sources about trending news topics or their digital presences and social media campaigns.

Before joining Mashable, I was a business reporter at TechMediaNetwork, where I wrote news about small businesses, social media, technology, consumer trends and workplace behaviors ...

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Selena Gomez & Tory Lanez Keep A Sexy Secret On Cashmere Cat's "Trust Nobody"

Filmmakers Have Earned $102.7 Million in Pledges on Kickstarter — Film projects on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter have raked in $102.7 million in pledges since April 2009, with some finished projects earning praise at film festivals, accolades along the awards show circuit and airtime on such networks as HBO, PBS and Showtime.

Epic “Forever Country” Posse Cut Features 30 of Nashville’s Biggest Stars

Shawn Mendes Premieres 'Illuminate' Lyrics Using Genius Lyric Messages

Pink Was A Big Influence on Daya's "Sit Still, Look Pretty," According To The Song's Writer

Get High On Lady Gaga's Pop Comeback Single "Perfect Illusion" Breaks Down The Making of "#WHERESTHELOVE" — DJ Khaled-isms are inescapable in 2016. It only makes sense that ​ recruited him for the Black Eyed Peas' star-studded "#WHERESTHELOVE" remake to help spread the song's message of love and tolerance. Khaled takes over the bridge, where he changes his trademark "They don't want you to win" line into "They don't want us to love."

Here's A New Star-Studded Remake of Black Eyed Peas' 2003 Hit "#WHERESTHELOVE"

Watch Beyoncé and Ed Sheeran's duet of Stevie Wonder's 'Master Blaster' — LOS ANGELES - Stevie Wonder rocked his head in approval, Tony Bennett rhythmically snapped his fingers and Jill Scott could not contain her smile as Beyoncé and Ed Sheeran jammed out onstage to Wonder's "Master Blaster (Jammin')."

Billy Ray Cyrus Show 'Still The King' Could Boost Music Like 'Hannah Montana' Did A Decade Ago — If history repeats itself, "Achy Breaky Heart" singer Billy Ray Cyrus could see a resurgence in music sales and streams after his upcoming TV show "Still The King" premieres on CMT. "I found that acting is very similar to making music: Like a song, a scene has a rhythm."
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Sep 30, 2016

OMG. Waking up to see @RobbieWilliams, who inspired my "No Regrets" tattoo, at No. 3 on @Genius is giving me so much life rn. Welcome back!

Sep 29, 2016

Everybody print this stunning photo of @Rihanna and gift it to me every holiday. Bday. Christmas. Valentine's Day. Labor Day. MLK Day. Etc.🎁

Sep 29, 2016

RT @BAHjournalist: Now we've got verified lyrics from @NiallOfficial & this nice story from @epaulettes to give his solo effort context htt…

Sep 29, 2016

@mattpetronzio, you should meet my buddy @Mike_Shapes, who is doing beautiful social good work! He's visiting rn and even attend your summit

Sep 29, 2016

RT @BAHjournalist: Hot damn, Niall Horan! His #ThisTown song skyrocketed to No. 1 on @Genius in a heartbeat. The post-1D solo life loo…

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