LaSuria Kandi Allman Interviews Ceo of Entertainers of Entertainment-Frankie "Dub Cal" Jenkin #music @lasuria83 @dub_cal #hiphop

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    LaSuria Kandi Allman interviews Ceo of Entertainers of Entertainment Frankie "Dub Cal" Jenkins 

    "If you want it, put that game face on,” says inspiring artist and entrepreneur Frankie Jenkins aka Dub Cal. He wears a game face that humbly exemplifies his ability to be successfully multi-talented.

     Over the years he has produced quality music and products, making him sustainably iconic worldwide. Frankie is a true example that when you “Claim it. Work for it. Know that anything is possible if you just believe."
    Frankie started out in 2014 on the streets of West Coast California, known at Dub Cal, though he had lived there since he was 5 months old. It taught him how better to relate to people in the music industry and in general, as he too was just an average Joe. The name Dub Cal developed overtime thanks to his positive impact on the West, hence the Dub, and Cal being from California.

    He is rapidly developing into one of the biggest music stories having been featured in Hip Hop & R*B magazine, interviewed on The Literary Corner radio show hosted by Laura Poindexter, DSR Fire Inc radio hosted by Kane Spade and Boom Radio with Joe Rocha, and performed at the Miss Brazil USA Tour Pageant on behalf of Cristina Rebiero in 2014. He has also produced with Teaz Em of Envius Music, Curtis Young, Verbal Pimp, James Evans of Ikonik Music/LFMG, Lonny at Neon Blood Studios and Omid of Vegas Music. 

    One of his biggest accomplishments was becoming an A&R for the entertainment industry, with an established distribution label. Frankie believes that “music has no genre; there is only good or bad music. But it helps when you are not favoring a genre or style and just seeking quality music”. Having been once a formerly known artist, he is able to relate to both sides of the spectrum, making it easier to make decision as an A&R looking for quality music, while relating to upcoming artists.
    Remaining true to his beliefs, Frankie is an individual that redefines mainstream popular culture. It has been expressed that many find inspiration, faith and credibility in the industry through him. Yet what is even more impressive is the impact he leaves on lives all over the world. He once said, "Don’t just be anybody, be somebody," reminding all that have experienced Frankie, that they too are somebody.

    In today’s day and age, the music industry has caused him to “overcome a lot of good and evil”. Frankie realizes he is not alone and is able to overcome anything he is faced with, thanks to his determination, family, supporters and faith. He contributes his success though thanks to you, his supporters, because “Without You There Is No Me”. He explains, “It’s a sense of humbling strength and unity, appreciating the people that support you and boost you in your success. Without others you would not survive. And having to “own it” as a leader, creates followers to trust you in unity”.
    These are more than words; they are affirmation of what has happened since 2000 for Frankie. 

    What began as a dream at the age of 18, is now making history for all to watch and be a part of. Frankie’s mission has been to take the “Road Less Traveled”, always learning and growing with his ventures. He hopes to motivate the next generation of artists in all genres and use his life experiences to influence the direction of the music industry towards a more personal and deeper form of expression.
    What he has learned from the music industry landing him in new business ventures, and the new name, Frankie Jenkins. He stepped out on his own with his first venture with Curves of Colors in 2014. Curves of Color is “a sense of empowerment for all shapes, colors and sizes of women. It’s a community of boosting the intellectual confidence in every lady. It’s the inner beauty of the mind, body and soul, which is a gift that should be cherished and appreciated as a whole. Women are the power house to society”, says Frankie.
    Currently he is working with Rah Dalla, Owner of Dalla Management Group (DMG). Frankie, President and CEO of Entertainers of Entertainment (EOE) Management, has partnered with Rah and Susan Kochik. This will open up new doors for extraordinarily talented individuals, who portray natural and unique talents, to be handpicked and chosen by the industry for the global market. History of Elite forms of ENTERTAINERS will be given a fair opportunity to shine. However, EOE represents not only music, yet entertainment abroad.
    Coming in 2016 is an independent line of fine silver, distributed by Frankie called The Real Dub Cal Jewelry. Also, keep a look out for clothing line by Frankie that will be sold in stores as well. And if that was not enough, in the works, he is working to create an underground music app which allows underground artists to connect with Frankie as an A&R to simplify the way artists are selected. This app will help you, the artist; get into the industry faster and with ease, providing more quality music in untapped talent.
    Frankie leaves you with this to ponder, while wearing your game face, “Don’t limit your dreams when your visions are endless”. Remember, anything is possible if you just believeFor more information on Frankie Jenkins, check him out at:

    Written by Suzy Kochik, Marketing Manager

    *** Let's join the interview in progress. Check out the full audio version at the end of the page and be sure to give a shout out in the comment section.***

    What city and state did you grow up in?
    San José, California
    What was it like growing up in San José?
    I had a mission, interesting
    Tell me some things about yourself?
    I like to analyze things, before I jump into it.
    How long have you been in the music industry?
    Since I was 9 years old, I was born into music. 
    What inspired you to become a Producer /Artist/Entrepreneur?
    I used to Rap about Ronald Reagan
    How long have you been a A&R?
    6 months at a previous company
    Tell us about  Entertainers of Entertainment EOE?
    If you want quality you must find quality.
    Do you think the music has changed from then to now?
    Yes and no. I think it has changed as far as the type of music.
    How would you categorize your style?
    I have never been able to categorize myself.
    What if any message do you try to relay to the audience?
    Stay positive keep believing in it.
    What would you change about the music industry from an executive stand point?
    The communication gap between the industry and underground Hip hop.
    What do you think attributed to the change from consciousness of the early 80's to the gangster era of today?
    Come back to that
    What are your thoughts about the way the artists are representing themselves?
    Everyone is entitled to have their own style. There are a lot of followers
    Tell me what do you think about the way they are dressing the skirts and blouses?
    I don't think people should accept a label that are put on them have your own style.
    What would you consider to be the big break that will get the artists foot in the door mainstream?
    Educate yourself on the business. Follow the underground level people.
    What are your goals for the future?
    Signing artists
    Do you have any shows/album/videos releases coming up?
    Clothing line, Jewelry line, signing producers and actors.
    Are there any artists that you would like to collaborate with?
    There are so many, Drake, Meek Mills, Tyga, John Legend. The list goes on 
    So your fans can follow you what social media sites are you on?

    Are you involved in any social or political groups? 
    As far as politics I try not to get involved.
    Tell us about Curves of color that you started in 2014?
    Inspired by a friend of mine
    Are there any challenges that you have dealt with and you have  overcame?
    Everyone has challenges I used to get pick on growing up.
    Are you interested in Producing or starring in movies?
    Yes, I am
    Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
    Over seas taking the company global.
    What advice would you give to young men today who are suffering from injustices?
    How strong you want to be
    What advice do you give to aspiring artists who are trying to get into the music industry?
    Hard work
    What keeps you motivated, what drives you?
    My daughter.
    If you could change your profession what would it be?
    Motivational speaker.
    What are your thoughts about the legalization of Marijuana?
    It has its ups and downs
    If you could speak to the youth today about the importance of obtaining a good education what would you say?
    Education is the key
    Married? children?
    I'm happy in my life. Yes, a daughter.
    Favorite food?
    What are your hobbies?
    UFC training, building model planes, hiking
    I would like to thank you for this very powerful interview. I look forward to future interviews with you. Much Success in all of your endeavors. God bless you

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