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Deep Lessons For Life

by Mr. Deep Positivity

Mr. Deep Positivity's ingenious blend of positive lyrics and rap music engages students in his performance where he proves that it is cool to be positive. His powerful songs inspire children to stay in school, handle bullies and make wise choices.
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1. Intro
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2. Big Brother song
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3. Role Model (poem)
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4. Stay in School
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5. Don\'t You Bully Me!
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6. My Dream (poem)
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7. USA
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8. How to Be
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9. Peer Pressure
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10. Choices
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11. Buckle Up
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12. NoSmoking
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13. Don\'t Do Drugs
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14. You Need To Read
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15. You are Somebody
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16. Raise Your Kids
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17. Love, Honor, Respect
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18. Neighborhood Pride
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19. Family
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20. Don\'t Drink & Drive
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21. I Can See
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22. Library
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23. Tired Thoughts (poem)
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24. Put Your Head Up
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Check out the new lower price! Only $10.00 for 24 songs!!!

Mr. Deep Positivity 'the positive rap educator' is a positive roll model for children and adults!

Exciting news to all my fans! I just completed another new album that will be available here on CD baby, at Big Brothers of RI and at also itunes.com; Nonviolence Lessons for Life! This new album has 25 songs and is based on Dr. Martin Luther King's Principals of Nonviolence! This CD has songs about peace, love, unity and conflict resolution and is based on the Nonviolence training I teach for the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence! More to come!!! To get a special discount on all 4 albums for only $40 call Val at Big Brothers of RI at (401)432-9955. All 4 albums are available now at Big Brothers of RI!


James McBride also known as Mr. Deep Positivity wrote, produced and performed each of the songs for his new album titled,
"Deep Lessons for Life!"

James was born in Providence R.I. and lived in the Roger Williams Housing projects for 21 years. This was considered one of the toughest neighborhoods in South Providence. James witnessed drug dealing, robbery, drug abuse, drive by shootings, lost 2 cousins to murder and another cousin was even shot while sleeping in his bed. James is an only child who was raised by his mother because his father wasn't around long.

Thanks to his mother James avoided getting into trouble and went to private schools all his life. On his 21st birthday James' mother bought a house and they moved out of the ghetto. James said, "This is the best gift I ever got" . Although he escaped the ghetto without getting locked up or killed James is dedicated to helping inner city kids make wise decisions so they too can escape the ghetto's many traps and have a bright future.

James' first album, "Deep Lessons For Life" will empower children to be safer and smarter when they listen and repeat the catchy lines and powerful messages. Currently James is performing in schools and community centers throughout R.I. He is dedicated to being a positive roll model and counteracting negativity with positive rap!

On December 7, 2003 James was named the Big Brother of the year for the Big Brothers of R.I. and he also received a community service award from the Big Brothers in 2002.

In June of 2002 James made a decision that has positively impacted his life in more ways then he could imagine. After reading a scripture in the Holy Bible that stated you should take care of widows and fatherless children, James decided to make time in his busy and hectic schedule and to become a Big Brother to a fatherless boy.

In his interview with Val Sinesi, the executive director for the Big Brothers of R.I., James was asked what he does. James replied, "I work with the developmentally disabled and I'm also a producer and a positive rapper". Mr. Sinesi asked James to write a song for Big Brothers and the rest is history. Two days later James had written, recorded and returned a CD of the song he titled, "The Big Brother song" to Mr. Sinesi who loved the song. Mr. Sinesi stated that the song captured exactly what the Big Brothers are all about.

Since that day James has been on tour for the Big Brothers and has performed at many the Big Brothers of R.I.'s events including their annual walk-a-thon, Humanitarian award dinner and Christmas party. Val Sinesi and the Big Brothers of R.I. have tremendously inspired James to write more positive songs, which will educate and elevate children and adults as well. Mr. Sinesi (Big Brothers) has also acted as James' manager and has been the one who opened the doors for him to perform in the schools and community centers all across our state. To show his appreciation for their continued support James is dedicating 33% of all the profits of his album sales to the Big Brothers of R.I.

James' album, "Deep Lessons for Life" was released on September 1, 2004 and is available for purchase at the Big Brothers of R.I. office in East Providence. The album includes 23 original songs including: The Big Brother song, Don't you Bully Me, Stay in School, You need to read, Buckle up, Raise your Kids, Neighborhood Pride, U.S.A., Choices and many other positive, inspirational songs.

The Big Brothers of R.I. and James McBride are looking for sponsors who will purchase CD's to be given out free to low-income children. All donations are tax deductible and each donated CD will have a sticker stating, "Made possible by..."and the sponsor's info on them. Please support James McBride and the Big Brothers of R.I. as they endeavor to bring wisdom and positivity to children across our state and country. To reserve your CD today, make a donation or for more info on James McBride and how to schedule a performance contact Val Sinesi Executive Director of The Big Brothers of R.I. at (401) 432-9955.



Go to www.mrdeeppositivity.com and visit my new website which is under construction! You’ll soon find lessons, new song samples, a forum to talk about important topics, poems, links to child-safe websites, links to other educational recourses, games, my upcoming news, my new store to order CDs, Tee Shirts, Posters, Song downloads and much, much more!

Achievements

Mr. Deep Positivity now offers 10 positive rap classes from his album Deep Lessons for Life
• Mr. Deep Positivity now offers Nonviolent Verses where he instructs students on how to write, produce, perform and record a CD of their own positive songs
• Mr. Deep Positivity has written and recorded over 400 positive, original songs
Performance at Mary Fogerty elem. Dec. 18, 2008
Students performance at John Hope Dec. 17, 2008
Performance at CCRI Dec. 12, 2008
Performance at City Arts Dec. 11, 2008
Performance at Barrington Middle sc. for Hampden Meadows Dec 2, 2008
Performance at Dave & Busters Nov, 22, 2008
Performance at Carousel Family Fun Center Whitman Nov. 15, 2008
Performance at Carousel Family Fun Center Fairhaven Nov. 14, 2008
Performance at Woodlawn Comm. ctr. block Party Oct. 25, 2008
Performance at Bryant College for Big Brother RI walkathon Oct 4, 2008
Nonviolent Verses Instructor at Roger Williams and Gilbert Stuart Sept - Dec. 2008 (4 Days/ week for 10 weeks)
2 Performances at George J. West (Separate travel) Sept 29, 2008
Performance at Post Office Sept 10, 2008
Completed Best Practices training Sept 2008
Performance at Pawtucket Night Out Sept 8, 2008
Performance at Woodlawn Comm. ctr. block Party Aug. 31, 2008
Performance at Woodlawn Comm. ctr. Aug 17, 1008
Performance at Roger Williams Park Aug 9, 2008
Performance at Roger Williams Park Emancipation Day Aug 3, 2008
Performance at John Hope July 19, 2008
Performance at City Arts July 16, 2008
Performance at Pequot Summer Camp July 2, 2008
City Arts Summer Instructor July - Aug (3 days per week for 3 weeks = 9 classes)
Nonviolence Training for June - August (8 weeks Fridays only)
Summer Concert tour for Prov Rec Dept. (Rogers Pool July 9, West End Comm. Ctr. July 22, Woodlawn Aug. 5, Zookalo Aug. 5, Vincent Brown Aug. 7, Sackett st Aug. 16, Neunaconekett comm. ctr. Aug 23, 2008
Performance at Prov Rec Center June 27, 2008
Performance at W. Broadway elem. June 13, 2008
Performance at Roger Williams Middle sc. June 12, 2008
Performance at Urban League June 12, 2008
Performance at Mary Fogerty June 11, 2008
Performance at William D’abate June 11, 2008
Performance at City Arts June 10, 2008
Performance at City Arts June 8, 2008
Performance at Met Box June 7, 2008
Performance at City Arts June 4, 2008
Performance at Mary Fogerty elem. June 2, 2008
Performance at Chelos for Big Brothers RI Benefit Concert May 31, 2008
Performance at Urban League RI May 30, 2008
Performance at Park View Middle Sc. May 28, 2008
Performance at Jenks Middle sc. May 23, 2008
Performance at Big Brothers RI Humanitarian Awards Dinner May 22, 2008
Performance at St. Michael’s Church for Safety Fair May 22, 2008
Performance at City Arts Block Party May 18, 2008
Positive Rap instructor for CVS Highlander Sc. May - June, 2008 (4 days per week for 6 weeks = 24 classes)
Performance at Mary Fogerty May 14, 2008
Performance at Federal Hill House May 8, 2008
Performance at Kennedy Elem. May 8, 2008
Performance at High Hat in Pawtucket May, 4 2008
Performance at Martin Luther King elem. April 22, 2008 8
Positive Rap Instructor at City Arts April 14 - 17, 2008 (4 days)
Nonviolence Trainer at Roger Williams April - June, 2009 (1 Class/week for 8 weeks)
Performance at Mary Fogerty elem. April 2, 2008
Interact Club Instructor Woonsocket Middle sc. March - June (8 weeks Mondays only)
Nonviolence Trainer at Jenks Middle sc. March - June, 2008 (2 Classes/week for 12 weeks = 24 classes)
Performance at Veazie St. March 19, 2008
Performance at Mt. Pleasant March 19, 20088
Performance at Martin Luther King elem. March 12, 2008
Performance at Met Box Theater March 6, 2008
Performance at Hampden Meadows Feb. 29, 2009
Nonviolence Trainer Woonsocket (1 Day Training) Feb 21,2009
Performance at William D’abate elem. Jan. 30, 2008
Assembly at Roger Williams Jan 25, 2008
Performance at Vartan Gregorian elem. sc. Jan 22, 2008
Performance at San Miguel sc. Jan 8, 2008
Nonviolence Trainer at Roger Williams Middle sc. Jan - March, 2008 (2 Classes/week for 8 weeks = 16 classes)
• Performance at Barrington Middle School for PTO and families of Hampton Meadows on Nov. 27, 2007
• Performance at Mary Fogerty elementary school Nov. 2007
• Finished with new CD titled, Nonviolence Lessons for Life Dec 2007
• Conducted 2 Bullying workshops at Mary Fogerty elementary school Nov. 5, 2007
• Facilitated the Can We Talk? workshop at Allen AME Church on Oct. 28, 2007
• 5th Annual Performance at the Big Brothers Walk a thon at Bryant University Oct. 20, 2007
• Performance at Woonsocket Middle School for the Lights on After school celebration Oct. 16, 2007
• Performance at Allen AME Church on Oct. 12, 2007
• Completed the Can We Talk? workshop Sept. 2007
• Performance at Davy Lopes for Peace Rally Sept. 23, 2007
• Completed new education CD titled, Safety Lessons for Life in September 2007
• Completed new education CD for little children titled, Children’s Lessons for Life in September 2007
• Performance at National Night Out in Mt. Pleasant area Aug. 2007
• 5 Performance throughout RI for the Back to School Celebration Aug. 2007
• Performance at Zookalo Rec. Aug 14, 2007
• Performance at Sackett St. Park Aug 11, 2007
• Performance at South Side Park Aug. 10, 2007
• Performance at Vincent Brown Rec. Aug. 7, 2007
• Performance at Roger Williams Park for Emancipation Day Aug 5, 2007
• Performance at Davy Lopes Comm. Ctr. Aug. 1, 2007
• Nonviolence Training for ISPN Summer Jobs Program 6 weeks starting in July 2007
• Performance at Fargnoli Park July 29, 2007
• Performance at Club Platforms on July 27, 2007
• Shot Big Brothers News interview for channel 6 on July 23, 2007
• Performance at Rogers Rec. July 21, 2007
• Performance at Neutaconkanut Pool July 20, 2007
• Radio interview on 95.5 WBRU in Providence July 15, 2007
• Performance at Costa Park for Camp Costa in Woonsocket July 12, 2007
• Positive Rap Sessions and workshop at W. Orange Library in New Jersey July 9, 2007
• Performance at Bucklin Park for Basketball League July 5, 2007
• Return performance for the African American Festival June 30, 2007
• Gospel concert Downtown Providence June 15, 2007
• Return performance at Mary Fogerty June 11, 2007
• Performance at Silver Springs elementary school in E. Providence June 8, 2007
• Return performance at the Providence Center and sponsored 80 free CDs for the entire school June 7, 2007
• Return performance at Coleman elementary school June 6, 2007
• Performance at Calvary Baptist Church June 2, 2007
• 1000 CDs of Deep Lessons for Life were sponsored by the Caramadre Children to be given out free to the Providence inner city youth in June 2007
• 5th Annual Performance at the Big Brothers Humanitarian Awards Dinner May 31, 2007
• Performance at Social Street elementary school Woonsocket May 25, 2007
• Return performance at Coleman elementary school May 23, 2007
• Performance at W. Broadway elementary school May 23, 2007
• Performance at Woonsocket Middle School with RI State Police for Internet Safety May 18, 2007
• Return performance at Mulkahey Middle school Taunton in May 14, 2007
• Performance at Roger Williams Park Casino for RI Dept. of Health for Lead Safety May 6, 2007
• Performance at Woonsocket Middle School with All Stars Program April 26, 2007
• Performance at White Restaurant for New Bedford Schools April 13
• Performance at Peace Rally March 30, 2007
• Return performance at Mary Fogerty March 19, 2007
• Recorded the Project Peace new CD at Shea High March 16, 2007
• Return performance at Mulkahey Middle school Taunton in March 15, 2007
• Return performance at Coleman elementary school March 5, 2007
• Performance at Allen AME Church on Feb. 18, 2007
• Performance at Smithfield High with Retro Bill Feb. 16, 2007
• 2 Concerts at the Providence Center Feb 16, 2007
• Performance at Ponagansett High school with RI State Police for Internet Safety workshop Feb. 9, 2007
• Return performance at Coleman elementary school Feb 1, 2007
• 2 Concerts at Jenks Middle School Jan 26, 2007
• Return performance at Coleman elementary school Jan. 25, 2007
• Concert at Woonsocket Middle school for After School Programs Jan. 4, 2007
• Nonviolence Trainer at RI Training School for 4 weeks starting Dec. 16, 2006
• Concert at Coleman Elementary School in Woonsocket Dec. 15, 2006
• Nonviolence Trainer at Jenks middle school for 8 weeks starting Dec 14, 2006
• Performance at the Big Brothers of RI Christmas Party in Dec.10, 2006
• Return performance at Mary Fogerty Dec. 8, 2006
• Performance at the Big Brothers of RI Walk-a-thon in Oct. 2006
• All Stars After school Program Coordinator Oct. 2006-June 2007
• Performance at the Calvary Baptist Church in Sept. 2006
• Performance in New Bedford at the Church off the Hook Concert in Sept. 2006
• Nonviolence Trainer at the Federal Hill House for the Teen Summit in Sept. 2006
• Record release party at Allen AME Church in Sept. 2006
• Released new album titled, “Embrace the Light” in Sept. 2006
• Men 2 Be trainer at John Hope Settlement House in Aug. 2006
• Nonviolence Trainer for ISPN at the RI Training School for 4 weeks in Aug. 2004
• Performance for the Back to School Celebration in Woonsocket in Aug. 2006
• Performance at the National Night Out in Pawtucket Aug. 2006
• Recorded a song titled, “Think of the Future” for the All Stars Program sponsored by Connecting for Children and Families in Woonsocket Aug. 2006
• Performance at the Governor’s Bay Day Celebration in July 2006
• Nonviolence Trainer for ISPN in July 2006
• Performance for the All Stars Program in Woonsocket July 2006
• Men 2 Be trainer at John Hope Settlement House in July 2006
• Nonviolence Trainer for ISPN for 6 weeks at the Met School (Peace St.) starting in July 2006
• Performance at Peace Camp for the Domestic Violence Resource Center in Wakefield in July 2006
• Performance at N. Providence Assembly of God’s Underground 101 Rap Concert in June 2006
• Article in the Woonsocket Call in June 2006
• Performed his Nonviolence song with the graduates of the Nonviolence program at Woonsocket Middle School in June 2006
• Performance at Harry Kizirian Elementary School June 2006
• Performance at the Big Brothers of RI Humanitarian Award Dinner honoring Senator Patrick Kennedy June 2006
• Recorded a Nonviolence song at Jenks Junior High School in May 2006
• Performance for the Woonsocket Middle Schools After school program May 2006
• Performance at the Interim School May 2006
• Performance at Laurel Hill Elementary School April 2006
• Article in the ProAm Magazine April 2006
• Performance at St. Phillips Elementary School in April 2006
• Performance at Coleman Elementary School in April 2006
• Performance at Lima Elementary School in March 2006
• Nonviolence Trainer for 11 weeks at Woonsocket Middle School starting in April 2006
• Return performance at Mulkahey Middle school Taunton in Mar. 2006
• Men 2 Be Instructor at John Hope Settlement House in Feb. 2006
• Men 2 Be Instructor for the Urban League of RI Feb. 2006
• Performance at Massey Quinn Elementary School in Feb. 2006
• Performance at Rhode Island College Gospel Jam 2006 in Feb. 2006
• Men 2 Be Instructor at the Urban League of RI in Feb. 2006
• Nonviolence Trainer for 6 weeks at Perry Middle School starting in Jan. 2006
• Nonviolence Trainer for 11 weeks at Roger William Middle School starting Jan. 2006
• Men 2 Be Instructor for the Urban League of RI in Jan. 2006
• Received 6 Citations for Excellence in Mentoring at the RI State House Jan. 2006
• Performance at Fairmount Housing for IPAE Dec. 2005
• Completed a new Men 2 Be song with the Men 2 Be students at the RI Training School Dec. 2005
• Performance at Mt. Zion Church Dec. 2005
• Men 2 Be Trainer at the RI Training School Dec. 2005
• Performance at Bishop McVinney Regional School in Dec. 2006
• Return performance at Mary Fogerty Dec. 2005
• Performance at the Big Brothers of RI Christmas Party 2005
• Men 2 Be Trainer at the RI Training School Nov. 2005
• Performance at Mary Fogerty Nov. 2005
• Performance at the October fest Oct 2005
• Performance at Veazie st. Elementary School Oct. 2005
• Performance at Bernon Heights Oct. 2005
• Performance at the Institute for Poverty Awareness and Education in Woonsocket Oct. 2005
• Performance at the Big Brother of RI Walk-a-thon at Bryant University Oct. 2005
• Performance at the Underground 101 1 year anniversary celebration Sept. 2005
• Performance at the Urban League in Providence for the Men 2 Be class Sept. 2005
• Performance at the Valley Day school in Pawtucket Sept. 2005
• Performance at the Shea high school Aug. 2005
• Performance at the Back to School celebration at Nathaniel Greene Middle School Aug. 2005
• Performance at the Back to School celebration at Hope high Aug. 2005
• Positive Rap Sessions with training school students & Men 2 Be song recorded Aug. 2005
• Performance at Peace Camp in Westerly RI Aug. 2005
• Men 2 Be instructor at the RI training school July 2005
• Interview & performance on Cox Statewide interconnect July 2005
• Men 2 Be instructor at the RI training school July 2005
• Return performance at Peace Camp in Kinston RI July 2005
• Nonviolence trainer for the Institute for the study & practice of nonviolence July 15-Aug 2005
• Performance at Peace Camp in Kingston RI July 2005
• Radio interview with George Castro on 93.3 FM June 2005
• Recorded Big Brother of RI commercial at Cox Communications June 2005
• Performance at the Mulkahey Middle school with students June 2005
• Performance at the Miss Liberia Beauty Pageant at Classical High June 2005
• Performance at the Interim school with Music One June 2005
• Performance at the Joslin Community Center June 2005
• Positive Rap Sessions with students at Mulkahey Middle school Taunton June 2005
• Performance at the African American Festival June 2005
• Performance at the Hallinell middle school June 2005
• Return performance at the Greenbush elementary school June 2005
• Performance at the Peace Dale elementary school May 2005
• Performance at the Pier middle school May 2005
• Performance at the Massey Quinn elementary school May 2005
• Performance at the Lepearch elementary school May 2005
• Performance at the Big Brothers of RI Humanitarian Award dinner May 2005
• Performance at the Metunick elementary school May 2005
• Performance at the Joslin Community Center April 2005
• Return performance at Mary Fogerty elementary school April 2005
• Performance at the Winsor elementary school April 2005
• Completed Men 2 be training (Child & Family Services) March 2005
• 2 Performances at Bailey elementary school on March 2005
• Performance at South Providence Library March 2005
• Performance at Mulkahey Middle school March 2005
• Performance at Providence Country Day on March 2005
• Performance for the Feinstein Mentoring program at the R.I. State House Feb. 2005
• 3 Performances at Davisville Middle school on Jan. 2005
• 2 Performances at Mary Fogerty elementary school Jan. 26 & 27, 2005
• 2 Performances at Nayatt elementary school Jan. 2005
• Performance at Harrison High school Dec. 2004
• Return performance at West End Community Center Dec. 2004
• Performance at Veazie st. elementary school Dec. 2004
• Performance at Urban League's satellite school Dec. 2004
• Performance at Brown University (Manning Chapel) Dec. 2004
• Performance at Big Brothers of RI Christmas Party Dec. 2004
• Performance at Hope High School Nov. 2004
• Performance at Central High Schools Parent/ Teacher conference on Nov. 2004
• Performance at Allen AME Church on Nov. 2004
• Performance at Allen AME Church on Oct. 2004
• Performance at W. Warwick High School for 5th grade basketball tournament on Oct. 2004
• Radio commercial airing on B101, WHJJ and WHJY for 3 months in Nov. 2004 for Big Brothers of RI
• Performance at the R.I. State House for the After School Rally on Oct. 2004
• Performance at Greenbush elementary schools community celebration on Oct. 2004
• Performance at R.I. Family court on Oct. 2004
• Performance at Family services in Middletown on Oct. 2004
• Graduated Nonviolence training in Sept. 2004 and is a certified Nonviolence Instructor for The Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence in R.I.
• Release of first album titled, "Deep Lessons for Life" on Sept. 2004
• Dedicating 33% of the profits from Deep Lessons for Life sales to the Big Brothers of RI for their ongoing support of Mr. Deep Positivity and their outstanding program to help fatherless boys
• Graduating from the "Come and Thrive" program Sept. 2004 offered by IPAE in Woonsocket
• Opened a new Record Company titled, Deep Righteous Records in Aug. 2004
• Got married to my lovely wife Michelle in Aug. 2004
• Performance at the World War II Park in Woonsocket for the Men 2 Be program's Father's day celebration in June 2004
• Performance at the William Debate elementary school's community celebration in June 2004
• Performance at Massey Quinn elementary school in June 2004
• Collaboration with Women's Center of RI at the William Debate elementary school in June 2004
• Performance at Woonsocket YWCA in June 2004
• Performance at the Davisville middle school in May 2004
• Collaboration with Women's Center of RI at the Lillian Feinstein elementary school in May 2004
• Performance at the Elmwood Foundations annual celebration in the Roger Williams Park Casino in May 2004
• Performance at Greenbush elementary school in April 2004
• Performance at The Met School for the Rebound Foundation's Men to Men program in April 2004
• Performance at the Washington Park Library in May 2004
• Graduated the Leadership for a future class offered by the NCCJ (Now called RICJ) in May 2004
• Performance at the Greenwood elementary school in May 2004
• Performance with the Music One program in Johnson & Wales' Xavier Hall in April 2004
• Collaboration with Women's Center of RI for the International Institute's Asian youth program in 2004
• Performance at the Big Brother Humanitarian awards dinner in April 2004
• Return performance at the Exeter/West Greenwich Jr. high in March 2004
• Return performance at the Interim School in Feb. 2004
• Nominated The Big Brother of the Year for 2003 in Dec. 2003
• Performance at the Exeter/West Greenwich Jr. high school in West Greenwich RI in Dec. 2003
• Article in the Providence Journal in November 2003
• Performance at the Interim school in Providence RI in 2003
• Performance at the Community Prep school in Providence RI in 2003
• Performance at the Calef elementary school in Johnston RI in 2003
• Performance of the United Way song at the United Ways annual meeting in the Providence Journal building in downtown Providence RI in 2003
• Performance at the Big Brothers of RI Humanitarian awards dinner in 2003
• Performance at the John Hope Settlement house in 2003
• Collaboration with the Women's Center on the Kids Safe and Smart Educational Program in Sept. 2003
• Performance at the Women's Center in Providence RI in 2003
• Two Performances at the Silver Lake Community Center with the Women Center in 2003
• Article in the Providence Journal in Sept. 2003
• Performance at the Warwick Mall to recruit new Big Brothers in 2003
• Performance at the Big Brother walk-a-thon in Roger Williams Park in 2003
• 2002 Community Service award
• Performance at the Big Brothers of RI Christmas party in 2002
• Performance at the Big Brother press conference at Johnson & Wales in Providence RI in 2002


If you've listened to the songs or have seen my live performance please leave me a review at the bottom of this page and if there are any songs you would like me to write please email your ideas to me.





If you've listened to the songs or have seen my live performance please leave me a review at the bottom of this page and if there are any songs you would like me to write please email your ideas to me.


Peace,

Mr. Deep Positivity
Positive Rap Educator

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DeVora

This cd is great....
This cd is definitely a top ten. I would recommend this cd to all children ages 8 and up who needs positive reinforcement. Adults will enjoy it too. I am.
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Chris Poulos, Pro Bike Stunt Rider

Awsome!!!
This is now one of my favorite cd's!!! My favorites were The Big Brother Song and Bucle Up. Me and my kids can't stop singing the chorus... I am going to put this cd on my website with a link to James McBride...
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javonte

it was awsome
I like this cd but it was awsome when you came to my school and started sing to the 4 5 and6 grades and said that i can be a rapstar if i go to a recording place but i forgot the name of the place thanks. From:Javonte. school:harry kizirian. aka:starwars gangster rap
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Missy

Very positive words
This CD is great and I believe it will help children chose the right path in life! The society that we live in today needs to change. I think with Mr. Deep Positivitys' work it will do just that!!
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Mary-Lou

inspiring
TERRIFIC!!! You're a hero to me. You make me wanna get up everyday & go on with my life. Without you, i dont know where i'd be in this crazy mixed up world. Not only are you a fantastic rapper, but you've kept me from doing drugs, drinking & bullying younger children. You've also taught me to have safe sex...with my boyfriend..every night. So anyways thank you for making this inspiring cd & teaching me to buckle up for seat belt safety!!!
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Mary-Lou

inspiring
TERRIFIC!!! You're a hero to me. You make me wanna get up everyday & go on with my life. Without you, i dont know where i'd be in this crazy mixed up world. Not only are you a fantastic rapper, but you've kept me from doing drugs, drinking & bullying younger children. You've also taught me to have safe sex...with my boyfriend..every night. So anyways thank you for making this inspiring cd & teaching me to buckle up for seat belt safety!!!
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Mary-Lou

inspiring
TERRIFIC!!! You're a hero to me. You make me wanna get up everyday & go on with my life. Without you, i dont know where i'd be in this crazy mixed up world. Not only are you a fantastic rapper, but you've kept me from doing drugs, drinking & bullying younger children. You've also taught me to have safe sex...with my boyfriend..every night. So anyways thank you for making this inspiring cd & teaching me to buckle up for seat belt safety!!!
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dick trickle

crap
Getting high is more fun than listening to you "gangster" lyrics
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JACKIE


this cd is great it can help children in there lives and teach them what life is everyday
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Mr. Deep Positivity

This CD is a must have for all families
If you follow the words and advice in this CD I know you will be successful in life. The main themes of the CD are stay positive, make wise choices and follow your dreams. If you be good, behave, be smart and be safe you'll have a chance to accomplish whatever you set your mind to. Be blessed. Mr. Deep Positivity
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