This month is the long awaited release of 110 Artist Managements newest artist; Enisa. Her debut single "Burn This Bridge" showcases her lyrical drive that parallels her everyday attitude. A true work of art imitating life. The words are uncompromising and the beat leaves no bars for you to slow down representing Enisa in all her true colors. The track premier was done by Frank 151 here. A few weeks after the release she landed on the iTunes Singer/songwriter charts along side Ed Sheeran and Norah Jones. Following the release I got to take a nice trip to upstate New York to play my part as the best man in my little brothers wedding. A really perfect day and night up in High Falls, NY. An amazing experience making it very tough to leave.
Thursday, March 10, 2016
|With My Co-Author Anthony Colombo|
|With Anthony and the women of the View|
|on the chair lift @ Big Bear|
|Dawin rocking the crowd|
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
This month I started in Williamsburg working on the Dessert "Acoustic" Video from Dawin. The song had always been a really cool take to me so we convinced the label to highlight his unplugged skills and shoot a video. Directed by my longtime friend and legendary photographer /director Estevan Oriol, we went for the Tri-fecta of legendary and shot in Fortunato brother's Bakery and were graced with a Cameo appearance from Brooklyn native actor/rapper/visual artist Kaves. Dawin has solid chords so we recorded the live take on the spot and dropped it in for the videos audio. We hopped over to see the folks at Teen Nick Radio who have been supporting the Dessert single. My partner and I have also started working with another artist from Brooklyn. Enisa, a female singer/songwriter, making waves on the internet with only a few cover songs. She is working on a single with producers now, but you can check out her voice on Hozier's "Take me to Church" cover below.
|Estevan shooting Kaves|
|Estevan shooting Dawin|
|Biaggio Fortunato, Dawin & Estevan Oriol|
|Dawin @ Teen Nick|
Sunday, January 10, 2016
December started off with Danny Diablo's annual DiabloFest show at Santos Party House. He headlined the gig with Crown of Thornz and White Trash also blessed the bill. After that my month was about to be life changing. For years I have been waiting to release a project that took me years to build. I started working on the biography of Joe Colombo in 2010. I completed the writing of the book in 2013. During the production phase with our publisher my agent gave me word that the publisher (Wiley) sold its company. I did not know at the time what that meant, but than months later, we found out our title along with 1000 others were being sold off to the highest bidder. It was a sad, dark time as I watched something I worked so hard on being tossed around to a bunch of indifferent companies looking to make a quick buck. After years of limbo we retained the rights and released Colombo: The Unsolved Murder on paperback DEC 18th. My co-author, and Joe Colombo's oldest son, Anthony Colombo and I did some signings in New York surrounding the release. It was a good Christmas present for all involved. After the signing in my hometown, I went straight to JFK to meet Dawin in the Philippines for his New Years Eve performance at Eastwood Mall in Manila.
|DiabloFest Line up 2015|
|Colombo Book Jacket|
|Signing in Little Italy with Anthony Colombo|
|Signing copies with some close friends|
|with Danny Diablo, Anthony Colombo, and Elmo|
|At Eastwood Mall the night before making final preperations|
|With Will, Dawin, and DJ HTown in Manila at the ball drop|