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🇵🇷Jess Designs Jewelry🇵🇷

Buenos Dias Mi Gente!! Bienvenido, today I will be talking about what has inspired me as an artist and where I will interview other artists, art students, and people involved in the art & entertainment  world and who are community activist in the coming months. I am always touched and empowered by the stories of artists and powerful people in the art world and I wanted to use this opportunity to get to know what inspires others. I wanted to give credit to a few of the artists that have really impacted and inspired me. I started my interviews with my dearest friends and fellow Boricuas, Ponce Solo & Iris Toro. Today, I want to introduce you to Jess Flores. Please Meet Jessica Flores: First and foremost, I respect the privacy of my friends as many of them may prefer to be anonymize. Let me introduce her to you my friends. Jess Flores, was born in Chicago and reborn in Vega Baja, Puerto Rico. She is a Chicago-based jewelry artist that focuses her talents and …

Bobbito Ross Pa’lante, Siempre Pa’lante!!

Buen Dia Mi Gente!! “Pa’lante, Siempre Pa’lante” which means “Forward, Always Forward!” – Bobbito Ross Bienvenido, today I will be talking about what has inspired me as an artist and where I will interview other artists, art students, and people involved in the art & entertainment  world and who are community activist in the coming months. I am always touched and empowered by the stories of artists and powerful people in the art world and I wanted to use this opportunity to get to know what inspires others. I wanted to give credit to a few of the artists that have really impacted and inspired me. I started my interviews with my dearest friends and fellow Boricuas, Ponce Solo, Jessica Flores & Iris Toro. Today, I want to introduce you to mi hermano y amigo, Bobbito Ross. Bobbito Ross, also known as, Layzor Ghunnzz is an artist from Jamaica Queens, New York that brings an unique blend of culture, creativity, and spontaneity to his work. Ross, who goes by an English surname, actually is of …

Triplevibes Radio – Doza The Drumdealer Radio Interview

Bienvenidos Mi Gente!! I will be talking about what has inspired me as an artist and where I will interview other artists, art students, and people involved in the art & entertainment world and who are community activist in the coming months. I am always touched and empowered by the stories of artists and powerful people in the art world and I wanted to use this opportunity to get to know what inspires others. I wanted to give credit to a few of the artists that have really impacted and inspired me. I started my interviews with my dearest friends and fellow Boricuas, Ponce Solo, Jessica Flores, Iris Toro & Bobbito Ross. Today’s topic of discussion, I’d love to take you & introduce you to mi Boriken hermano y closest amigo who is from Brooklyn, NY & is a talented singer – songwriter – clothing line designer, Doza The Drumdealer aka Illy Colon & The Narcotechs and take you behind the scenes of the music. Welcome To The League   Doza, was a guest on …

Señor Joe Torres

“It’s been a long day without you, my friend And I’ll tell you all about it when I see you again We’ve come a long way from where we began Oh I’ll tell you all about it when I see you again When I see you again.” – Wiz Khalifa Anyone who knew Senor Joe Torres knows of his generosity, work ethic, humility and selflessness but above all his love and dedication to us his family. Whatever he was involved in, he made sure that it was done the right way. He never cut corners, and always made sure others were happy. He continued this even as he lay in bed in ICU.  This gofundme campaign was setup to help pay for the funeral costs and other expenses brought on by the death of Joe A Torres, 56, who passed away on 1/13/2019 after a short battle with an aggressive cancer.    Joe Torres was a beloved husband, father, son, brother, and a loyal friend. He leaves behind the love of his life, Frances and …