FYI Houston got the chance to catch up with underground producer Hosea Mais, the founder of ISH beats (I Support Hosa’s beats). Hosea jumped around Texas and is now settled in Fort Collins, Colorado and the passionate producer has been working hard at his craft.
His sound is unique and truly different from most beats that producer’s these days are creating. With musical influences like Logic and experience playing metal music, Hosea is definitely one that thinks outside the box.
Hosea has already had a few collaborations with big name producers like SKI beatz, producer of Jay-Z’s Dead Presidents. The plan for Hosea is to continue working with the industry’s top producers and artist and to represent the ISH beats brand strong.
FYI HOUSTON SUMMER 2013: Hosea Mais of ISH Beats
When Jacobe Pace is not working in the Houston oil and gas industry, he is busy working on his custom artwork and illustrations. With ambitions of “growing and branding” his name, Jacobe has been working on perfecting his craft from a young age.
When FYI asked Jacobe his advice for the future generations he stated “never give into the negative that comes into your life.” With his positive energy Jacobe continues creating and building his future.
Follow Jacobe Pace on Instagram @Str33tCarver15
Preserve Your Special Moments for Eternity
Dope Images is video production, editing, and photography company based in Houston, TX. The owner, Tristian Turner is an energetic and talented entrepreneur with dreams to help capture the special moments of everyone she can.
The 31 year old New Orleans native has been operating her company for two years. Inspired by her love of capturing photos and video, Tristian created Dope Images in hopes of nurturing her creativity. She explains, “I offer an edgy appeal and approach to photography and cinematography. Although I can produce the extremely polished and commercial edits some people want, I love the raw imagery appeal. To me it helps the audience see the subject for their truth.”
“I love that fact that I save the special moments of people lives and help them preserve those moments for an eternity.”
Turner is able to provide plenty of insight when it comes to running a business. When asked what her biggest challenge has been with starting a business, Tristian responded, “Everything. Lol. For real though it’s very challenging juggling schedules and appointments then I’m currently in school for computer science so I have to fit that in also.” Although the young company has experienced its share of difficulties since its inception, Turner plans to follow through with her dreams until she reaches her goals. She has plans to start a Dope Images franchise in the future. For Turner, Dope Images is more than a company; it’s a way of life. She has turned her passion into her life’s work and will turn her dreams into reality. For some of the best video and photography work in Houston, go to Dope Images.
“I want my work to be my legacy. Want my videos and pictures to impact the world. Want the images I capture to really get the world to think about one another. For us a humans to understand we all are of the same race. The Human race.”
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Kouture 2 Fight Kancer Charity Fashion Show was organized by Pretty Girls with Cancer ™ a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. The founder and CEO is Kandice Rose, who is a 5 year cancer survivor. To bring awareness of early detection and prevention, PGWC offers its signature event, Kouture 2 Fight Kancer, to you at Warehouse Live on November 7, 2015 at 7 o’clock in the evening. Survivors, fighters and caregivers will “rip the runway” wearing the latest trends in fashion from an elite selection of boutiques. Professional make-up artists and stylists will finish the look for each model. Our hostess for the evening will be Miss Sugar Land 2013.
In addition to the fashion show, there will be a silent auction, signature drinks, catered dining, and the biggest “Celebration of Life” afterwards with the founder, Kandice Rose. Kandice will be celebrating Pretty Girls with Cancer ™ ‘s 3 year anniversary, along with her fifth year as a survivor. The night will have socialites, family, friends, and VIP’s, as well as corporate sponsors to raise funds for PGWC and provide support for the different programs they offer.
We look forward to seeing you all support a great cause and help us reach our goal of $15,000.
It will help us fund our programs including ‘Totes of Love”, Glamping Retreat, Coinz for Kids with Cancer and our Sisterly Relations monthly events. Our volunteers, PGWC team, coordinators, Glam Squad and models have worked so hard to give you the “Best Charity Fashion Show in Houston”! Make sure to mark your calendars. Get your tickets NOW before they‘re all gone! For Sponsorship and Donations, please visit our website at www.prettygirlswithcancer.com
Purchase your tickets NOW at http://www.warehouselive.com under “Pretty Girls with Cancer” Cocktail or evening dress is required for the after party and you must be 21
Melodrama, Robigirls, Kels Kloset, My Trendy Place and Men’s Warehouse (Pearland)
Remember, your contributions are tax deductible, and more importantly, will aid us in the fight against cancer.
Latonya Dansby Kandice A. Rose
Event Coordinator Founder/ Executive Director
Beast The Beat is a niche blog that brings all the latest EDM music and news
to the general public with an Urban perspective. In the process of bridging gaps
with no naps, Beast The Beat covers EDM in a more general, urban fashion, with
no filter. Motivated by the music lovers who actually like EDM, Beast The Beat’s
coverage includes up and comming DJs and Artists within House, Trance, Trap,
Electro, and Deep House music.
Although the general public lacks knowledge of EDM music, Beast The Beat
educates and informs people of the many genres that make up EDM; breaking the
old school stereo-typical electro sound stigma. Inspired by Armin Van Buuren,
Oliver Heldens, Diplo, Skrillex; Beast The Beat blogs about all the cool stuff
that happened at festivals, raves, shows, and EDM random events! The reach and
support garnered since Beast The Beat’s founding in January, allows the blog to
be in multiple places at once.
Over the next 5 years, expect to see the name “Beast the Beat” in Houston,
Austin, and surrounding areas, as EDM bloggers are continually building
relationships with up and coming DJs, and plan to host multiple concerts,
private parties, and more EDM inspired events.
Beast The Beat will have a boat party that sets sail on Lake Travis in Austin,
TX, September 12th, 2015 at 5:00pm. The party will include 3-5 of some of the
hottest DJs in the Texas area, and tickets and more information will be
available on the site (www.beastthebeat.com)
Advice for the youth:
“Dance like no one is watching…” – Beast the Beat
Who are we? The People Party. We want to make a difference. We’re not too far off from some of our outstanding peers. As a team we have much to offer with several perspectives to aid our direction. We’ve decided to plan networking events that would bring more forward-thinking people together. As we prepared for our 1st annual event, “Work Hard, Play Harder”, we came together to discuss the details of our first endeavor. Words were thrown around, but being the group of people we are, there were many off-topic, deep, and enlightening conversations in between sessions. Specific words came up during these intermission periods that stood out dramatically. I wrote these down, looked them up, and later decided these terms were descriptive of the energies, spirits, and positivity we wanted to shoot into the world.
I researched “UBUNTU” and this term refers to the general sense of human kindness to the extent that they believe in the universal bond of sharing that connects humanity. This touches aspects of socialism as they aim to redistribute wealth.
“MBONGI” touches educational aspects as this term comes from an African village, translating from the Congolese language as “learning place”. Literally, mbongi is a circle of learning where people gather to learn how to effectively contribute to the community. Mbongi simultaneously acts as the name of an organization founded by Titus Sompa in 1988. He provided artistic and educational programs throughout the U.S. and abroad. Their vision is “to create ‘villages’ within communities so that people can come together and celebrate their gifts, (embrace) the joy of being connected to body, spirit, and each other.”
“EMPIRE BUILDING” has both a political science and a business definition. The first deals with acquiring resources, land, and influence over economies outside their own borders to expand in size, power, and wealth. The latter deals with individuals or small groups attempting to maximize job security and promotability by aiming to control key projects and initiatives.
Aside from the short-lived political party, the “Populists” who were also known as The People Party, we were unaware of any other similar names for a progressive group. We soon all learned of a community activist organization named The People’s Party II (the Houston chapter of the Black Panthers) who initially formed to address police brutality and corruption towards black and brown people. However, they later collaborated with The MAYO (Mexican community activists) and The John Brown Revolutionary League (White community activists) to bring about positive changes in their working class communities by supporting each other’s survival programs.
We, The People Party LLC, consist of a unique team driven to encourage and develop the artistic community, starting in the Greater Houston Area, through artist promotion, entrepreneur marketing, and networking events. As a representation of our generation, we focus on entertainment and education, penetrating industries by the degree and/ or experience. We are an alliance of family and close friends, with a variety of talents to offer and a similar dream to work toward. Believing we were chosen to help our people, we aspire to build businesses and leaders alike. Branching from our parent company, The People Party LLC, will be smaller businesses, managed and marketed by We, The People. We have plans to inspire the youth through open mics and entrepreneur fairs, bring together business and artistic minds, make black-owned businesses the place to be, and educate our people as we continue to educate ourselves. Once we get people to understand, become aware, and ready for change, we will build OUR wealth and bless our future generations in mind, body, and spirit.
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K-Kin is a celebrity party host & booking agent in Houston who promotes various concerts, parties & fundraisers. K-Kin has experienced with Top 40, EDM (House, Dubstep, Trap), Hip-Hop, R&B, & Raggae. K-Kin is also a representative for karmaloop.com and Groove Cruise.
K-Kin is self-motivated, and enjoys R&B music. K-Kin is a Christian who looks up to Jesus as his role model. Some may not know, but K-Kin is a great rollerskater with a few other hidden talents. Over the next 5 years, K-Kin plans to be “5 steps ahead…”, so follow K-Kin’s journey; save the date for the “Monday Night Retreat” at Uptown Hookah on August 3rd, 2015 at 6:00 PM Central.
Advice for the youth:
“Educate yourself!” – K-Kin
FreddyING, or Freddy Inglewood,and is definitely on the rise to success and stardom and has been building a buzz in Houston with his new single “Ready”, now in rotation on numerous stations including Houston’s own 93.7 The Beat. FreddyING is a proud native of California, and he always represents his home state. This is evident even in his name, not just through his profound creation of musical art. He has already started off right in this tough industry by keeping up with Houston’s rising talent. He’s opened up for the Sauce Twinz at my Alma Mater, Prairie View A&M University’s 2015 PV Choice Awards. He also made an appearance at Houston’s 2015 4/20 concert with Curren$y at the Infamous Warehouse Live. Recently, he is enjoying the buzz from his remix of “Ready”, featuring none other than the chosen one “DJ Chose” get ya a#$ on the flo’ (inside joke)! Along with already having been in attendance of the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas for 3 years performing at showcases throughout the festivities and events, to having dope jamming Mixtapes “Local Tourist” LT1, LT2, & LT3 on the way!
FreddyING’s motivation lies within his family, especially his mother whom he proclaims is his hero. Of course FreddyING has encountered some roadblocks and explains, “The same struggles any young black male goes through growing up in L.A.”. But with the influence of hip-hop, his true story, and originality he can’t help but to be unique. Now FreddyING isn’t just an artist, he also produces, mixes and masters his own music as well as others. Influenced by his love of video games he totally is addicted to “my opinion” still being a big kid at heart is what he calls it, and can’t forget about his HIGH motivation he engages in daily being that Cali laws Rock!
FreddyING advises everyone to stay focused, continue to stay Creative, Individual, and Be Revolutionary! While he, The “Freddy Inglewood” continues to spread his music and message All over the World. YA’LL AIN’T #READY!#SUPPORTTHEMOVEMENTS™