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"......A new building block in our community go follow and support 🙏🏾 ..... ........Unity With the Community (UWC) launched its
showcase on 3rd Saturday of every other month ...
The showcase is meant to offer networking opportunities for artist of all genres; and help upcoming ones seeking exposure to new audiences. This weekends launch was Jampact with artist known off the bat in the reggae circuit such as Nardo Ranks, and Ed Robinson, as well as those who might need a little introduction such as crowd favorite Jerome Curtis, a singer, rapper and actor who utilized UWC’s platform to get his brand featured to a very receptive audience.
UWC primary mission is to offer the Harlem community in which it is based events that focuses on positively uplifting the people who live there and those who visit. Partners LadyJae and Zambia Carridice believed featuring local artist who are trying to spread their wings in the music industry offers a foundation of support these artist might not have known exist in their communities. LadyJae believes that no talent should go unnoticed and all gifts should be used and shown recognition in some way shape or form, which is why UWC is bold in their support for local talent.
As UWC commits themselves to bringing the Harlem community together with these positive networking events, they hope that all artist featured on the platform -whether new or veteran- will walk away with a new fan base and something of relevance added to their brand.
The next showcase under UWC is set for, May 19, 2018. Written by @catchchafyah
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1681. “I put that on Facebook already so it has to happen.” Whenever Lakisha Corbett has a goal in mind, she puts it out on @facebook to make it a reality. She proclaimed on Facebook that she was going to move from Harlem to LA and stayed true to her word by relocating this past August. In addition to doing it to hold herself accountable, Lakisha publicizes her goals to inspire others to reach towards their dreams. Before living out here, she worked at a storage company back home in NYC, a job she dropped out of school to keep. Once she was fired in November of 2016, though, she formed the understanding that there’s no such thing as job security and began blogging about her experience of being let go. Lakisha quickly found another job at a different storage company, but discovered that her words struck a chord with those around her dealing with similar situations so she kept writing. Soon enough, people began offering to pay Lakisha for her advice so she left the storage job again, this time on her own terms, to go into life coaching full-time. Now, she spends her days helping people push past their own limitations and hopes to one day use her skills to reach her latest Facebook goal, hosting her own show on @owntv and becoming best friends with @oprah! Awesome chatting with you and looking forward to being on your show, @ourlipsaremoving! #10kfriends#losangeles#noho#harlem#blogging#storage#whitneyhouston#karaoke#fairygodmother#oprah#meetingpeople
How we met: Lakisha heard about my project through her roommate, @bashirrahc (#1641 ), and then DM’ed me to meet!