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Ambassador Deep Positivity MDP

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Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop Hip-Hop/Rap: Spiritual Rap Moods: Christian Moods: Mood: Fun Moods: Mood: Intellectual

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Mr. Deep Positivity

Mr. Deep Positivity (MDP), James McBride, spent 7,665 days in one of the most dangerous
Housing Projects of Providence, RI. He witnessed drive by shootings, drug dealing, gang violence
and even lost 2 cousins to violence. His mission is to use the lessons he learned on the streets and
combine them with his unique rhyming styles to influence youth to be safe,
smart and follow their dreams.
Known as the positive rap educator, MDP is a teacher on the
microphone who is a cross between the Pharcyde and Hip Hop Harry. His
catchy lines and cool beats have youth singing in the hallways of their
school and remembering the important messages he shares.
MDP is a seasoned veteran who has been rapping for over 15 years.
He has written and recorded over 400 positive, powerful songs and
released a fun educational series of 4 Lessons for Life CDs. These
deep CDs contain researched lessons that speak to youth in a
language they relate to and teach them invaluable wisdom all parents
want their children to learn.
MDP has been on a continuous tour for over 7 years. His career took off in
2002 when he volunteered to become a Big Brother. In his interview with the RI
executive director, Val Sinesi, MDP was asked to write a song for Big Brothers of
RI (BBRI). He wrote, recorded and returned the song entitled, The Big Brother
Song, the next day and they loved it. He was asked to perform the song at a press conference with
Congressmen Patrick Kennedy and has been on tour with BBRI ever since performing at many of
their annual events. Since the release of his first album, Deep Lessons for Life, in 2004, MDP has
donated 33% of the CD proceeds to Big Brothers of RI to support their tremendous program.
MDP is a positive role model and has a proven track record of success. He has received 6
citations for excellence in mentoring from the Governor of RI in 2006, was named Big Brother of the
Year in 2003 and received a community service award in 2002. He is also a Nonviolence Instructor,
a Nonviolent Verses Instructor and continues to be a Big Brother to this day.