A few words...

Alkon Entertainment was founded by Tallahassee, FL native, Lonnie Copeland in 1994. Alkon quickly became an name affiliated with the Miami bass music culture in the state of Florida and across the south. By 1998, Alkon was already working with a major label, Warner Bros, and longtime Florida bass legend, Tony Mercedes. The relationship spawned the rap group, Outta Order, in the late 1998. The group dropped “Tutti Fruitti Jump” which instantly be a regional hit. Alkon continued to produce Florida bass compilations and also work with various artists in this genre such as 95 South and Splack Pack through the late 1990’s and early 2000’s.  The big break came in 2001 when Alkon produced “Noodles” another Florida classic on Trick Daddy “Thugs R Us” album and also a bass compilation joint venture with Warlock/Sony. Alkon continue to develop local and regional artists and also provided promotional assistance to So So Def in Anothony Hamilton’s debut album. In 2005, Alkon founded its own TV show, “Off Glass TV” that appeared on UPN for two seasons. The show interviewed local and regional artists and showed video from these artists.

In July of 2014, Alkon Entertainment branched out and started event planning and distributing services. Alkon was also inspired to change their name to Alkonent.com.