In Downtown LA, at an event called, "Muze On Main", hosted by Ashley Dominique.
PERCEE P came up in the Patterson Houses Projects of the Bronx, NY. He started hearing the precursors of hip-hop out of his windows before he was in kindergarten, around 1973. By ten, Percee had a mic in his hand. He debuted in 1988 with homeboy D-Nique on “Let The Homicides Begin” (Gotham City Records, 12” single). A few years later, his freestyles on the hugely influential Stretch & Bobbito radio show on WKCR parlayed into what should have been Percee's big major label breakthrough, 1992's “Lung Collapsing Lyrics” (Atlantic/Big Beat, 12” single), the now legendary Fast Rap masterpiece. Though the record established reputation as one of the best rappers in the field, his break never came.
We are always happy to have customers who are making a difference in theis world. Meet Jimetta Rose Smith.
Los Angeles native, Jimetta Rose has become a mainstay in the Los Angeles independent music scene while simultaneously digging firm roots into LA’s burgeoning creative renaissance. Jimetta Rose’s music is not constrained by a rigid expectation of what art is or isn't she draws inspiration from jazz, R&B and Hip-Hop. She’s even been known to spit a verse or two when prodded.
One word that embodies Jimetta's complex and mesmerizing sound is: SOUL. All aspects of her music from the unforgettable vocals, to the powerful lyrics, which range from enchanting to haunting and everything in between meshing into an autobiographical testament to love's healing power. She truly bares her soul and shares her vulnerability as well as her strength. Hers songs, her life, her art are a cumulative love letter, an autobiographic testament to life itself.
Spreading wellness to the community.