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What It Do With Lue: “Cash El Principe”

Cash El Principe

Cash El Principe

What It Do IE, stand up! This week I have to feature one of the most talented artists I know, “Cash El Principe”. There is so much I can say about Cash. I’ll start by saying that he’s a lyrical stylist with a style of his own. Cash El Principe was born ready to take the throne. No stranger to the industry, with music on TV shows from “Sons of Anarchy”, “Burn Notice”, and “Terriers”, to “CSI Miami”, “Bones”, “Dexter”, “90210” and “Bad Girls Club”, featuring songs such as ‘En El Club’, found on iTunes to Amazon.com, Cash El Principe brings the heat with Latin rhythms, Hip-Hop melodies, and phenomenal hooks that leave listeners dancing up on their feet.
He is also internationally known with daily downloads from countries that include France, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Spain, and the U.S. This bilingual seasoned artist once consisted of Hustle N’ Cash and La Verdad, ventured with Terror Squad (Fat Joe), Black Street, Amy Bell, and was also featured with numerous Latino and other various R&B and Hip Hop artists.
Cash El Principe emerged from behind the scenes to meet the demand and raise the bar established in today’s vast music industry. So now that you know a little about this multi-talented artist, please check out his music and follow him on all the social networks. Until next time, STAND UP IE!

Kappa Alpha Psi Partners with DuBois Institute

DuBoise Courthouse Visit with Commissioner Eric Isaac 3-6-14

DuBoise Courthouse Visit with Commissioner Eric Isaac 3-6-14

RIVERSIDE, CA- Chapter member and Commissioner of the Superior Court Eric Isaac, as part of the Chapter’s Guide Right program, partnered with Dr. Abdulmumin, CEO of the DuBois Institute, to extend mentoring to young males enrolled at the Institute. Riverside Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. members participating in the Law Day mentoring program include A. C.  Jones, Esquire, Darryl Exum, Esquire, and Victor Marshall, Esquire. Under its Law Day, Guide Right Program, the Riverside Alumni Chapter seeks to provide mentoring on law careers, as well as have community legal education days where members meet with the public to educate youth and their parents on what to expect from law enforcement.
Having Judge Isaac in the position that he is, Anthony Thomas, M.H.A. said, “The input that Judge Isaac has is that he grew up in the Crenshaw area of Los Angeles. His experiences there showed him that young men of color are in need of positive male role models in their lives. Our membership is about achievement in all fields of human endeavor. Having attorneys in our membership allows us this focus on the legal system. We know that many of the young men we work with are being raised by a single mother, grandparents, and others. During these formative years, association with positive male figures helps them on their path to achievement in life, school, employment, and all else.”
Judge Isaac noted that other courtroom duties were addressed with the young men and that he was joined in the Riverside Hall of Justice by Monte Stone, Courtroom Assistant and Deputy Holt from the Riverside Sheriff’s department who addressed the scholars about jobs.

Grand Re-Opening of Runaway and Homeless Youth Shelter

Homeless youth

Homeless youth

SAN BERNARDINO, CA- Did you know that on any given night in San Bernardino County over 500 children go without food, shelter and basic security? It is because they are homeless and have nowhere to turn. These are children under the age of 18 years old that have slipped through the cracks of our systems. Young Visionaries Academy has been addressing this issue for a number of years where they have provided 24-hour, 7 days a week, housing for youth. On Tuesday, March 20 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Young Visionaries will be hosting the celebration of its new shelter location with a Re-Grand Opening. The celebration will take place at 3632 North Sepulveda, San Bernardino, CA 92405. The organization needs the assistance of the community to provide a few necessities, which include: Sheets, bottom and top; towels, face and body; pillow cases; non-perishable food items; hygiene items (deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, hair brushes, shampoo, conditioner, body soap); cleaning products; trash bags; a vacuum, broom and dust pan; mop and bucket; living room furniture; sofa; and games, books and sports equipment.