5 Star Night Gold Record Award Presentation to Memphis Record Producer Hot Rod

Press Release 

Date: 2/21/2021

Event: Official Gold Record Presentation to 5 Star Producer Hot Rod and  Celebrity Red Carpet Event

For Immediate Release-Mark your calendars April 24, 2021  at Bumpus Harley Davidson to host Hot Rod's Gold Record and Showcase with special artist performances live music and a full broadcast of the event radio and streaming.

Time: 1pm Until-

Private Invite Only Media and Red Carpet Celebrity's Hot Rod's Immediate Family will attend due to covid ceremony will not be made to public only Media and RSVP Celebrity Invites

TV Broadcast Streamed Live TBA

Radio Broadcast Streamed Live TBA

Location Bumpus Harley Davidson Jackson, TN

The official ceremony and presentation to Memphis Producer Hot Rod for the major hit 5 Star smash hit record with Yo Gotti. Due to covid 19 strict enforcement of the event will be adhered to. Its an invite only with credentials that must be preapproved security event. No one will be allowed in without passes including media. This is limited to the space available due to covid 19 public social distancing and guidelines will and this is a private event with a limited public viewing event in Jackson, TN April 24, 2021. There will be some huge stars from Hot Rod’s past and his close friends and artists he has worked with in attendance. All CIMG passes and Hot Rod’s guest be followed. Back Stage passes must be pre approved and provide there passes for admittance.   We don’t know the max capacity yet so that being said can not confirm any passes as of yet. All CIMG Records Personnel producers and songwriters on CIMG Albums and Hot Rod’s VIP List, Artists and Record Label Executives from 5 Star Album are guaranteed admittance and will be notified if they can bring a plus 1 this will be on a case by case basis only. Zoom feeds will be operational for some guests and celebrities not able to attend in person and we will stream them live in the venue. This event will be broadcasted and streamed radio and TV worldwide. No video or cameras will be allowed in the event other than pre approved media and personnel.

Live Performances and Special Guests to be Announced

Please submit an email RSVP Credential Requests for passes today. More details including a lineup will be coming soon. Due to covid guidelines changing we reserve the right to remove credentials due to the reduction for safety or covid requirements being changed or new stricter policies implemented. Vendors and Sponsors will be approved through CIMG offices. Official announcements and Press release’s will be submitted soon this event notice is for informational purposes and does not guarantee any recipients admission.


Caylah West Band-

Memphis Marcus

This Record is a once in a lifetime type of accomplishment and Hot Rod has earned this night is guaranteed to be a once in a lifetime 5 Star Night!

 An American Music Award indicates widespread fan appeal. But people in the music business — with the emphasis on business — covet gold and platinum records. Why? Because a gold, or platinum — or, better still, multiplatinum — record means financial success. These awards, given by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), represent huge sales — 500,000 albums for gold, 1 million for platinum, 2 million or more for multiplatinum. (Singles have lower benchmarks; you’ve gone platinum if you sell just 500,000.)

Music executives hope that gold and platinum certifications will create a bandwagon effect, making sales grow ever larger. The plaques function as a pat on the back for those who make the recording and sell it, or as a thank-you to family, friends, and others who have been helpful. Lita Ford (posing with her prize, above) gave a plaque to a loyal voice coach; rappers Run-D.M.C. gave one to a travel agency that provided long hours of service. In his Manhattan office, Dr. Scott Kessler, an ear, nose, and throat specialist, displays plaques from such appreciative patients as Bon Jovi, Anita Baker, and Sting. ”It’s a gift of thanks,” Kessler says.