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Knockout Live to Stream Tupac: The Lost Tapes with AEB Worldwide Networks and Mary Alice Entertainment

August 18, 2013


Knockout Live, a provider of interactive entertainment, announced that the Company has agreed with AEB Worldwide Entertainment on a joint venture to produce productions.

According to a release, the focus is the development of a new global interactive network presence for niche content and specialty programming. The joint venture provides for Knockout Live to co- produce and distribute live streaming and on-demand diverse AEB media products like music concert exclusives, comedy, sports and specialty events.

The first exclusive release will be benefiting the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation and other charities in a night of remembrance through song. The invitation-only event will be held live at Rain Nightclub inside the Palms Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Tupac Shakur was the most successful hip-hop artist in the world, the Company said. He remains one of the highest selling artists in music history selling over 75 million albums worldwide since his death. Now, 17 years after his death, AEB and Mary Alice Entertainment are releasing over 17 hours of previously unseen footage of Tupac.

This event will feature live performances, speeches, declarations of influence and for the first time, a preview of live concert footage of Tupac Shakur's biggest selling album, All Eyes on Me. The 1996 tour footage features concerts in Cleveland, Ohio and New Orleans, Louisiana with exclusive behind the scene footage and interviews.

"The Lost Tapes, it is a vault of never before seen performances equivalent to that of any other musical icon responsible for helping shape multiple generations and we are excited to partner with AEB Worldwide on the release globally," said Randall James, Executive Producer, Knockout Live.

"This will be an amazing celebration of Tupac's life and creations, what a way to introduce to the world something rare and never before seen in the most advanced streaming available," said Gary Wilkos, President-CMO of AEB Worldwide

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