Team Zenith Platinum Status Inc.: Giving Hip Hop A New Pulse

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Team Zenith Platinum Status Inc. artist is giving hip hop a new pulse. The Indiegogo Campaign, The Death Of My People College Tour, has launched and is requesting support.

The Death Of My People

I have found the very best way to advise your children is to find out what they want to do and and advise them to do it.- President Harry S. Truman

T.Z.P.S. Inc is currently running an Indidegogo campaign to raise financing to conduct a tour for the debut album "The Death Of My People. There are approximately thirty-three days left to get funded. All music lovers should check it. Those who like it, believe in the campaign and sincerely want to help should donate.

T.Z.P.S. Inc. CEO Bernard Bey, AKA Brooklyn Streets, explains his background, his company and how he was motivated to start this campaign.

"As a child I was shy and I used to get picked on, bullied and assaulted at school, so I had a lot of trouble fitting in with other kids. I also had low self-esteem," stated Bey. "My father worked hard and when he wasn't he was either watching TV, drinking or doing drugs. My mother was a stay-at-home mom and was mostly depressed. As time progressed, she became more bitter, unsupportive and cold."

"This made it difficult for them to understand and help me with my problems; I was on my own," said Bernard Bey CEO of T.Z.P.S. Inc. "Hip Hop became my therapy, and it was always there like a friend to listen or someone to care. As a child and teenager I didn't know who I was, or how I was supposed to be, or what I should make of myself. I was an empty bottle waiting to be filled. Hip Hop raised me, and I received words of encouragement and direction from NAS, Notorious BIG and Jay-Z. It helped me develop my voice and be my own man. That ultimately lead to me becoming a rapper and created the urge for me to start my recording company," stated Bernard Bey CEO of T.Z.P.S. Inc.

"Music helped me get through a lot of difficult times. I suffered homelessness, hunger and incarceration. At the end of the day, having people who can relate and be able to help those in need get through their struggle makes it all worthwhile. I hope my music helps people do the same. We always do our best to give a great performance."

T.Z.P.S. Inc. artist will be showcasing throughout NYC, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Pennsylvania throughout September, and October to raise awareness of the campaign. Anyone interested should subscribe to the website to stay updated. Please check out this mixtape available as well by Brooklyn Streets "Any and Everything" on Itunes at " We are one of the hardest working independent record labels on the scene right now; people should check out our music and if they can relate to and connect with our music, support it!", stated Anthony Aquino AKA AQ artist and COO of Team Zenith Platinum Status Inc.

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