“VIBES TO TOUCH”
I read a controversial yet sweet poem to a crowd of Brooklynites just a few nights ago on Saturday, September 10th at an open mic called VIBES TO TOUCH held at the TBD lounge in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Although the hosts, Wiseguy and Gaston Thomas, introduced me as a Performing Artist / House Singer because that’s what I am, I’ve never recited one of my poems before – which for me, was exploring new territory.
|House Singer & Spoken Word Artist, Jasmine Clemente|
The first spoken word poet to go up was, Versatile, who shared a dark, urban tale in a poetic fashion, expressing raw emotion with passion and pain. Then, immediately after her performance is when I was called to the stage. (Well, not a real stage; it was the center of the lounge area complete with a tall, evergreen floor plant) All eyes were on me as I began to read the first few lines of my poem about Children. I knew there had to be a few parents in the room. (It was a grown & sexy crowd) And since I had gained everyone’s attention by having complete silence in the room, I knew the audience hung onto my every word until I left them with a cliff hanger – perhaps for them to either fly away a new perspective on how we view our children, or fall back into the reality they might’ve known prior to hearing my words. The purpose of my piece was to inspire people even more than they already are by our precious little jewels who hold the future in their hands.
In addition to the many other poets who were featured after me, there was also an acoustic guitar singer named, Joshua Torrez, who rocked a great performance, especially after singing, “It’s A Man’s World”, by James Brown. He got everyone’s attention after rocking that jam, not to mention the females who jumped out of their seats while singing along, “But it would be nothing, nothing, without a woman or a girl.” Of course! I clapped and whistled!
|Art Work Created by Michelle Merin|
Art work was also displayed all over the lounge, adding an extra flare of creative zest to the scene. Above is a picture of one of my favorite features of the night which was created by Michelle Merin. If you look closely, beside the bird is a message embedded inside of the heart: LOOK STRAIGHT. NOT DOWN AND NEVER BACK.
by JASMINE CLEMENTE
Get It Done Entertainment Would Like To Thank Everybody Who Took Part In The “Vibes To Touch” Event To Make It a Success.
We Would Like to thank all who came and participated at the kickoff event for “Vibes To Touch”. A show that embodies a mixture of great artwork, talented artist, and great DJ’s from around the globe.
The show turned out to be a success and had a few special guest…
Brooklyn born rapper O.C was in the building, along with DJ Gyvis (DJ account manager) at Digiwaxx. Fatom Beats (producer behind 50 cents and LiL Kim’s “Magic Stick” 2x platinum selling single) and many others.
Not to mention special guest host Legendary Duo Wiseguy and Gaston Thomas (Host of long time standing open mic at the Nuyorican Cafe) As well as Qi Chi.
Also big Shout out to all the poets who performed, The artist who shared their beautiful pieces and our featured act Joshua Torrez who capped it all off with a great Live show.
Thanks again to all our guest and UsFirstFilms for partnering up with us on the event. Pics will be up soon!!!!! Till the next one Peace!
Sincerly, From the whole Get It Done Entertainment Team.
HAPPY LABOR DAY!!!
Get It Done Entertainment & Us First Films would like to welcome you all to “Vibes To Touch”. Our Open Mic and Art Show experience.
Saturday September 10th at 10pm
Hosted by Son-Ray & Exile Ramirez
With special guest host: Qi Chi + Wiseguy & Gaston.
Art displayed by: HopsArt, Ronin, Tyson Hall, and Michelle Marin.
Featured poet will be: D Realz a.k.a Limones
Featured act will be: Joshua Torrez
DJ Tahliem will be on the 1′s and 2′s keeping the party rocking
after the open mic and art show.
Showtime starts at 8pm so make sure you get there on time to enjoy
the show as it’s going to be a night full of art, good music, and fun!!!
There is no charge at the door!!!!!
There is a a huge beer garden in the back as well as food to order and drinks!!!!!
TBD is a kid friendly spot as well!!!
*If you would like to perform please contact us at email@example.com so we can place you on the list.
**We are looking for artists who do poetry, spoken word, R&B, Soul, Acoustic, Blues, Jazz, etc.
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