The New Stuff

Las Vegas Loves Hardnox

Brothers Dannyboy and Jimbo of the new hip hop group “Hardnox” was back in Las Vegas yet again to deliver an awesome performance of their hit single, “Let the Bass Go” and their new single, “Fly Away” in front of a sea of fans.

Video From LAX Nightclub Las Vegas - Teaser of "Fly Away"

It was Jimbo’s 27th birthday. What better way to celebrate than at PURE Nightclub Las Vegas at his VIP table on the main stage. To top things off, the Las Vegas Pussycat Dolls came out to perform a special rendition of “Happy Birthday” for him.

Dannyboy of Hardnox Performing Live at PURE Nightclub Las Vegas

Also spotted in the crowd that night was NBA star Antoine Walker and tattoo mogul Mario Barth.

A special Happy Birthday from the MyVegasScene crew to Jimbo of Hardnox. If you haven’t heard it already, please check out their new single, “Fly Away”. We look forward to having you back in Las Vegas soon!

Recently Published


Edgar's episode of 'You're The Worst' is a true American horror story

Edgar from You’re The Worst deserves a solo spinoff called ...


Koala tries its best to cling onto branch in the midst of intense storms

South Australia has had a pretty tumultuous last 24 hours. An ...


Australia is way ahead of the U.S. in banking, but now risks falling behind

The U.S. is objectively behind countries like Australia in digital ...


This might be the most inappropriate shirt ever sold on Walmart's website

We'd all rather be somewhere else sometimes – but those ...


The cancer empathy cards that say more than just 'f**k cancer'

When a loved one has cancer, letting them know that you're there for ...


Teen-friendly app Houseparty comes from an unlikely developer

Meerkat may have helped ignite the livestreaming craze but its ...


Arizona burros confused to see magical green grass for the first time

You know that feeling when you walk into somewhere real fancy and ...


Shocking images of police shooting Aboriginal man swarm social media

A 32-year-old Indigenous man identified by locals on social media as ...


YouTube wants to make nice with the music biz, taps label exec Lyor Cohen

LOS ANGELES — YouTube is mending fences with the music ...