In the latest news of event programming and bookings Mr. Ruben J Burgos Sr. (Mr. Dope Chef) and Mr. Aston G Taylor Jr. (Funk Master Flex) held a impressive event at Stage 48. The star studded event would be a headliner event bringing out multiple unsigned musicians and it’s feature booking artist Young M.A. The event went on prefect through the night to the early wee hours of the morning, at about 1:22 A.M. Young M.A. came out and blazed the stage with her hit single “OOOUUU” produced by NY Bangers. The masses that came to see Young M.A. preform got more for there money with exclusive tracks from her anticipated album “HER STORY”, I suggest everyone go and get that to see what New York sounds like, Flex dont get gassed, New York back on the map, and she is not stopping at any level, Young M.A. is headed to the top to make herself, family and Red Lyfe group successful. Blessing to the blooda, we out here.
Mr. Ruben J Burgos professionally known as Mr. Dope Chef is the Founder & Architect of Urban Media Global Network Collective & Artist Promotion Multimedia Music Network. He is a independent entity in music, film and fashion. After being released in July of 2015 the multimedia guru dominated the worldwide web with enhanced development creating many designs to syndicate information using cross domain technology. In a overview of achievements Mr. Burgos is a published author of “The Life Collection of Mr. Ruben J Burgos“. Producer, Director & Writer of Hip Hop’s Road To Riches and best web series syndication promoter. Host of World Star Battle Grind. Brand Marketer of Mr. Dope Chef. Independent Record Label Owner of Urban Media Global Records with Urban Media Global Artist. Model Agency Owner at Urban Media Global Model. Founder & Chief Editor of Urban Media Global Magazine. Architect of United States Promoter’s “Team Dope Chef
Aston George Taylor Jr. (born August 5, 1968), professionally known as Funkmaster Flex, is an American disc jockey, rapper, record producer, actor, and host on New York City’s Hot 97 radio station. In 1992, he became host of the first hip hop radio show on Hot 97 in New York, which was a pop radio station at the time.