Check out some behind the scenes footage of recording artist Principe El Notorio’s studio session recently. The song is called ‘Wild Cowboy’.
This past summer, on August 6th 2016, I helped my brother Carter throw his annual Feed The Hood cookout at Riverbank State Park in Harlem, NYC.
Every year Carter buys a ton of food and provides free food to anyone who is in which ever park he has the cookout. This past one, we took it a step further and included bookbags with school supplies for kids and free t-shirts for guests, along with various food selections and tasty treats.
Despite the weather (a whole 5 minutes of rain) we were prepared with a huge tent for guests to stand under while the short shower passed over. Once that was finished, we continued to feast and fellowship.
We will be throwing one this summer in 2017. The date we’re shooting for is the first Saturday in August. If you would like to help out in anyway, please feel free to contact me via comments or email (which can be found in the “Contact” section).
Here are some pictures from the event:
Here’s the write up, courtesy of Revolt TV :
“During our REVOLT Nation Tour stop in Detroit, we met up with a band by the name of Jamaican Queens, who took us into their abode to show off their tranquilizing sounds and explain the obstacles they’ve encountered along their path.
“There’s something positive that comes from being okay with being vulnerable,” said one of the band members about the creation of their tunes. “Some people don’t understand, to choose the lifestyle where it’s not promising with money but it’s satisfying in so many other ways,” another member added, before affirming, “I love being a musician and even if it means that I have to make a lot of other sacrifices.”
For every pursuit of happiness comes sacrifices, and the Jamaican Queens’ story is something that is shared with plenty other blossoming musicians. Check out our profile of the band above, and stay tuned for continued content from across the country, via REVOLT Nation”