Mariah Angeliq Perez Named Brand Ambassador of Bulova’s “Tune of Time” Campaign

Mariah Angeliq Perez is havin’ the time of her life…

The 19-year-old Puerto Rican and Cuban American singer, one of Billboard’s 10 Artists to Watch earlier this year, has been named as the brand ambassador for Bulova’s “Tune of Time” campaign. 

Mariah Angeliq Perez,

The Miami-based artist flaunts her Caribbean roots in the nearly two-minute spot. Mariah is seen walking around some of Miami’s tourist spots, including Calle OchoMiami Beach, and the famed 24-hour Nicaraguan restaurant, El Yambo, which is owned by her grandfather. 

“I’m super proud to be from Miami. 305 till’ I die,” the “Perreito” singer says in the clip. “And I’m Latina. Puerto Rican and Cuban. That’s just a dope mix.” 

“Mariah, as a young and talented emerging artist, amplifies some of the core values that Bulova holds: being innovative and breaking barriers,” a Bulova brand representative tells Billboard. “Alongside its ‘Tune of Time’ campaign, Bulova ties in their ‘History of Firsts’ message, celebrating a moment in a person’s life that is remembered forever. In this case, Mariah touches on the first time she realized she wanted to pursue a career in music.”

The watch brand launched the new short-form video series “Tune of Time” to spotlight some of today’s most promising emerging musical artists under the mentorship of the legendary Nile Rodgers

According to the website, the partnership is “a new reflection of our deep commitment to music, established by Bulova’s ongoing partnerships with the Grammyawards, Latin Recording Academy, and Grammy Museum, and the recognition that music underscores many of life’s most memorable moments.” 

Diaz-Matos Wins Two Guild of Music Supervisors Awards for Netflix’s “The Get Down”

There’s no reason for Stephanie Diaz-Matos to get down

The Latina music supervisor picked up two Guild of Music Supervisors Awards.

The Get Down

The awards recognize outstanding music supervisors in 14 categories, representing movies, television, games and trailers.

Diaz-Matos, who served as the music supervisor on Baz Luhrmann’s Netflix series The Get Down, won in both categories she was nominated in: Best Music Supervision in a Television Musical or Comedy and Best Song/Recording Created for Television for the track “Set Me Free,” performed by Herizen Guardiola (feat. Nile Rodgers & The Americanos).

Here’s the complete list of winners:

Best Music Supervision for Films Budgeted Over $25 Million
Steven Gizicki for La La Land

Best Music Supervision for Films Budgeted Under $25 Million
Chris Douridas for Captain Fantastic

Best Music Supervision for Films Budgeted Under $10 Million
Howard Paar for 20th Century Women

Best Music Supervision for Films Budgeted Under $5 Million
Joel C. High for Of Mind and Music 

Best Song/Recording Created for a Film
“City of Stars” performed by Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone (La La Land)
Steven Gizicki (Supervisor)
Justin Hurwitz, Benj Pasek, Justin Paul (Songwriters) 

Best Music Supervision in a Television Drama
Nora Felder for Stranger Things (Season 1) 

Best Music Supervision in a Television Comedy
Stephanie Diaz-Matos for The Get Down (Season 1) 

Best Music Supervision in a Docuseries or Reality Television
Clyde Lieberman and Jill Meyers for The Voice (Season 10)

Best Music Supervision in a Television Limited Series or Movie
PJ Bloom for The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story  

Best Song/Recording Created for Television
“Set Me Free” performed by Herizen Guardiola (Feat. Nile Rodgers & The Americanos) (The Get Down: Episode 105)
Stephanie Diaz-Matos (Supervisor)
Louie Rubio, Alexander Shultz, Raja Kumari, Baz Luhrmann, Elliott Wheeler(Songwriters)

Best Music Supervision for a Documentary
Iain Cooke and Ian Neil for Oasis: Supersonic
Music Supervision for Trailers
Lana Bui and Naaman Snell for Suicide Squad (Trailer #2 “Rhapsody”) 

Music Supervision for Video Games
Cybele Pettus for FIFA 17

Best Use of Music by a Music House
Sam Spiegel (Squeak-E Clean) for Kenzo The New Fragrance 

Best Use of Music by a Brand
Apple iPhone 7 “Dive”

Diaz-Matos Earns Two Guild of Music Supervisors Award Nominations

Stephanie Diaz-Matos has plenty of reason to get down

The Latina music supervisor has received two Guild of Music Supervisors Award nominations.

The Get Down

Diaz-Matos, who served as the music supervisor on Baz Luhrmann’s Netflix series The Get Down, earned nods in the Best Music Supervision in a Television Musical or Comedy and Best Song/Recording Created for Television for the track “Set Me Free,” performed by Herizen Guardiola (feat. Nile Rodgers & The Americanos).

Jojo Villanueva also received two Guild of Music Supervisors Award nominations.

He’s up for Best Music Supervision for Films Budgeted Over $25 Million for his work on Sing, as well as Best Music Supervision for Films Budgeted Under $10 Million for his work alongside Dave Jordan on Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life.

 

The awards recognize outstanding music supervisors in 14 categories, representing movies, television, games and trailers.

The Guild of Music Supervisors Awards will take place on February 16 at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles.

FILM NOMINATIONS

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILMS BUDGETED OVER $25 MILLION
John Houlihan for Deadpool
Steven Gizicki for La La Land
Jojo Villanueva for Sing
Becky Bentham for Sing Street
Julia Michels and Julianne Jordan for Trolls 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILMS BUDGETED UNDER $25 MILLION
Julia Michels for Bad Moms
Chris Douridas for Captain Fantastic
Karen Elliott for Florence Foster Jenkins
Linda Cohen and Zohran Kwame Mamdani for Queen of Katwe
Gabe Hilfer for Sausage Party

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILMS BUDGETED UNDER $10 MILLION
Howard Paar for 20th Century Women
Joel C. High for Boo! A Madea Halloween
Jason Markey for Edge of Seventeen
Dave Jordan and Jojo Villanueva for Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life
Ed Gerrard for Miles Ahead

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILMS BUDGETED UNDER $5 MILLION
Robin Urdang for Elvis & Nixon
Rob Lowry for The Intervention
Joel C. High for Of Mind and Music 

BEST SONG/RECORDING CREATED FOR A FILM
“Can’t Stop The Feeling!” performed by Justin Timberlake (Trolls)
Julia Michels and Julianne Jordan (Supervisors)
Justin Timberlake, Max Martin, Karl Johan Schuster  (Songwriters)

“City of Stars” performed by Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone (La La Land)
Steven Gizicki (Supervisor)
Justin Hurwitz, Benj Pasek, Justin Paul (Songwriters)

“Drive It Like You Stole It” performed by Sing Street Cast (Sing Street)
Becky Bentham (Supervisor)
Gary Clark (Songwriter)

“Heathens” performed by Twenty One Pilots (Suicide Squad)
Season Kent and Gabe Hilfer (Supervisors)
Tyler Joseph (Songwriter)

“Just Like Fire” performed by P!nk (Alice Through The Looking Glass)
Mitchell Leib and Kaylin Frank (Supervisors)
Alecia Moore, Max Martin, Karl Johan Schuster, Oscar Holter (Songwriters)

TELEVISION NOMINATIONS

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
Thomas Golubić and Yvette Metoyer for Halt and Catch Fire (Season 3)
Heather Guibert for Rosewood (Season 1)
Nora Felder for Stranger Things (Season 1)
Liza Richardson for The Leftovers (Season 2)
Lindsay Wolfington for The Royals (Season 2) 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A TELEVISION MUSICAL OR COMEDY
Jen Ross and Dave Jordan for Empire (Season 2)
Manish Raval, Tom Wolfe, and Jonathan Leahy for Girls (Season 5)
Kevin Edelman for Jane the Virgin (Season 2)
Zach Cowie and Kerri Drootin for Master of None (Season 1)
Stephanie Diaz-Matos for The Get Down (Season 1) 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A DOCUSERIES OR REALITY TELEVISION
Meryl Ginsberg for America’s Got Talent (Season 11)
Robin Kaye for American Idol: The Farewell Season (Season 15)
Carrie Hughes for Follow the Rules (Season 1)
Matthew Hearon-Smith for Noisey (Season 1)
Clyde Lieberman and Jill Meyers for The Voice (Season 10)

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A TELEVISION LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE
Madonna Wade-Reed for American Crime (Season 2)
PJ Bloom for American Horror Story: Hotel
Tony Scudellari for Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?
PJ Bloom for The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story 

BEST SONG/RECORDING CREATED FOR TELEVISION
“Powerful” performed by Jussie Smollett and Alicia Keys (Empire: Episode 210)
Jen Ross and Dave Jordan (Supervisors)
JR Rotem, Talay Riley, Alexander Izquierdo, Jussie Smollett (Songwriters)

“Set Me Free” performed by Herizen Guardiola (Feat. Nile Rodgers & The Americanos) (The Get Down: Episode 105)
Stephanie Diaz-Matos (Supervisor)
Louie Rubio, Alexander Shultz, Raja Kumari, Baz Luhrmann, Elliott Wheeler(Songwriters)

“Life On Mars” performed by Aurora (Girls: Episode 505)
Manish Raval, Tom Wolfe, and Jonathan Leahy (Supervisors)
David Bowie (Songwriter)

“Does She Love” performed by Gabrielle Dennis (Rosewood: Episode 119)
Heather Guibert (Supervisor)
Gabriel Mann, Rebecca Kneubuhl, Jeannie Lurie (Songwriters)

“Half Light” performed by Banners (The Royals: Episode 210)
Lindsay Wolfington (Supervisor)
Daniel Smith, Justin Parker (Songwriters)

DOCUMENTARY

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR A DOCUMENTARY
Iain Cooke and Ian Neil for Oasis: Supersonic
Mirna Maddox for The Tower
Gary Welch for I Called Him Morgan
Dan Wilcox for Gleason
Heather Kreamer for Where To Invade Next

TRAILERS

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR TRAILERS
Toddrick Spaulding for The Accountant (Teaser #1)
Jordan Silverberg for The Lego Batman Movie (Teaser #1 “Batcave”)
Lana Bui and Naaman Snell for Suicide Squad (Trailer #2 “Rhapsody”)
Danny Exum for Kubo and the Two Strings (Trailer #1)
Marcy Bulkeley for The Girl on The Train (Trailer #1)  

VIDEO GAMES

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A VIDEO GAME
Steve Schnur for Battlefield 1
Brandon Young and Katie Byam for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Cybele Pettus for FIFA 17
Maya Halfon and Kyle Hopkins for Forza Horizon 3
Jonathan Mayer and Scott Hanau for Uncharted 4

ADVERTISING

BEST USE OF MUSIC BY A MUSIC HOUSE
Ryan Wines (Marmoset) for Secret “Ladies Room”
Ring The Alarm for Lincoln “Crafted”
Peter Gannon (Walker) for Heinz “Weiner Stampede”
Sam Spiegel (Squeak-E Clean) for Kenzo The New Fragrance
Dawn Sutter Madell (Agoraphone) for Audi “Commander”
Beth Urdang and Brienne Rose (Noiseracket) for Spotify “Moving”

BEST USE OF MUSIC BY A BRAND
Apple iPhone 7 “Dive”
Nike “Unlimited Together”
LG / HitRECord LG V20 “Everyday, Spectacular”