Sunday night marked Deadmau5’s last performance of a four night marathon in Brooklyn for his Cubev3 Tour.
Electric Zoo: The 6th Boro is three days of nonstop dancing to the hottest DJ’s and spreading the love to everyone you meet.
There’s no Labor Day weekend in New York City without an Electric Zoo running around.
There are some events that one just can’t help but count the days, minutes and seconds until they happen.
This past Wednesday 27th of June, ravers got together at Manhattan’s Flash Factory to celebrate Deadmau5’s collaboration with Absolut who together created the first of its kind, nightlife virtual reality game!
Urban Fitness 911, a Los Angeles non-profit organization was created to address the disparity of academic skills, health and fitness among teenagers and young adults in low income communities, collaborated with artists deadmau5, SOFI, the voice and writer behind deadmau5 singles “Sofi Needs A Ladder” and “One Trick Pony”, and Tommy Lee from Motley Crüe on January 15th, 2016 at the King Drew Magnet Golden Eagle School in Compton, CA.
deadmau5, Tommy Lee and Sofi spoke with Urban Fitness 911 students about the importance of perseverance and not losing sight on their dreams. Additionally, they discussed their success within the music industry and how they were able to overcome difficult times in their lives in order to create profitable businesses and personal success. Famed entertainment attorney, Dina LaPolt and artist and performer Sofi, joined the panel by sharing real life stories about the ups and downs of the music industry.
The eager students asked various questions, some serious, some funny, “My first passion was computer programming, which eventually led me to create music.” deadmau5 added. “I believe being drug free contributed to a lot of my success.”
One student asked Tommy Lee how many times he’s fallen down and gotten back up? “Too many times to count, I just keep the faith and keep moving forward,” Tommy Lee explained.
With Urban Fitness 911, Joel, Tommy, Dina and Sofi were able to vocalize one of their goals which is in alignment with the organization’s ultimate success – aiming to change the lives of Los Angeles youth.
Founder Veronica Everett-Boyce, founded Urban Fitness 911 three years ago because she believes that no one’s situation is alike, and every person deserves a chance to be successful.