I would say Swizz & Kanye are my biggest influencers on how I create music and overall think about art! When I got the call to do this Ye' Tribute I was hype, honored and beyond thankful.
What My Ex Do by @beanofrench &@officialdilemma Download the app @jammerapp for free!! The coolest thing about Jammer is that it gives you the opportunity to experience the song in a new way. The listener has full control of how the song is played, so have fun with it! And let me know what what you think about the song!
I wanted to create a platform where I could spotlight artists I'm working with, showcase my production & curate a special experience for music lovers. Last night was a testament to the fact that INRGI is something special and people appreciate my creative approach to a live show! Special thank you to Larry Lambert for inviting me out, Beano French and of course my INRGI horn players - Chris Stevens, Darryl Bennett, Nina Rosen, Arnetta Johnson. THANK YOU to everyone that came out to have fun! If you wanna book INRGI for a festival or show click here
400+ I had a lot of fun. I've been the dj for this event for 3years now and tonight was my favorite, i love when people feel comfortable enough to have a good time even in a professional setting. Network, talk business, and party! I didn't want to stop! Let's do it again! #foxrothschild
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You know I have all types of musical goodness up my sleeves! This month, I'm releasing a few of my originals and remixes. Enjoy! #helloworld!
Fear is very interesting, most people refuse to admit that it’s something we all deal with every day. Maybe it's the fear of it making them look weak or embarrassed, two things I can totally relate to.
Be honest, if a person were to open up and tell you what they really were fearful of, you might be surprised. As silly or as strange as it is, some people have a fear of loving, being successful, doing the right thing, walking in purpose, the fear to speak up, fear to lead a family, or the fear to show an outward personality.
Fear to me is that little voice in your head that tries to convince you that you'll fail, and that it'll hurt your ego, it'll hurt your brand, and it'll hurt your pockets. That voice that tries to tell you, you're not good enough, not talented enough, you did it once but you can't do it again, you're doing too much take a seat, you're not smart enough, you don't have enough experience, you don’t have enough money, you're too old, you're too young, you're in the wrong city, you're black, you're fat, who's going to help you, no one cares, you don't have a team and my favorite one, you're not "marketable" enough. I know I'm not the only one that hears that voice time and time again.
I know the bible says "Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand." And to be totally honest when I remember that, it cancels 98% of those little thoughts, but that 2% that’s still left is alive and still loud!
Sometimes you have to remind yourself of the things that you have overcome that you were once afraid to do big or small. This year I made it a personal goal of mine to step out and face as many fears big or small that I didn't realize were in me. (Minus skydiving, I'm good on that one.) Over the weekend I took another step. It's funny how God puts situations in front of you to either face it or hide. Now the crazy part about taking each step is, you start to want what you were once afraid of more. You start to look for opportunities to take more steps, to silence that last 2% ... be encouraged everyone...faith walk.