RichMusic Delivers Successful Benefit Concert

RichMusic Delivers Successful First End Of Year Concert “Remixing Tomorrow: The Always Dream Series” Benefitting Miami Music Project.

Miami, Dec.— RichMusic, the top boutique independent Latin record label behind today’s biggest Latin music stars, delivered its first successful end-of-year benefit concert titled “Remixing Tomorrow: The Always Dream Series” last night. The concert focused on empowering the next generation was live-streamed on the label’s YouTube page.

RichMusic’s renowned artists like Sech, Dalex, Chris Marshall, paopao, and Thyago, delighted viewers with unprecedented performances from RichMusic’s headquarters, Morplay Academy. The label’s team members and artists invited fans to donate, sharing that one hundred percent of the funds raised would benefit RichMusic’s community partner, Miami Music Project. This local nonprofit organization empowers children to acquire values and achieve their full potential, positively affecting their society through the study and performance of music, therefore aligning with RichMusic’s motto to “Always Dream.”

The night began with a captivating performance by Jamaican singer, songwriter, and producer Chris Marshall winning everyone’s hearts with his charisma and catchy songs, followed by RichMusic’s newest star Thyago — who surprised the viewers with his voice and stage presence. Up next on stage was paopao with her unique and mysterious vibe, enchanting us with her seductive vocals. Dalex followed, proving he’s an absolute superstar by performing songs from his new album “Unisex,” including “Máquina del Tiempo,” “Favorita,” and “Curaçao,” firing up the live-stream comment with fans asking for more. 

RichMusic newly signed producers Symon Dice and Animal and the label’s multifaceted talent and photographer “Vomba” looked back on the incredible work they’ve done this year. Meanwhile, the label’s team highlighted efforts with Miami Music Project, whose community partnership began this summer with a workshop that welcomed more than 20 Miami Music Project students to gain essential music industry knowledge from executives and artists alike.

The label also kickstarted a Fall mentorship program, welcoming five Miami Music Project students to learn about the diverse career paths available in the music world through a hands-on, one-on-one perspective of the industry.

To close out the night, Sech performed an acoustic set accompanied by producer Jhon El Divertido on the guitar, starting with “Sal y Perrea,” followed by “PSL,” and ending with “911.” Before performing, the Panamanian star encouraged fans to donate and support Miami Music Project, explaining he wished he could’ve been part of a nonprofit like this one when he was trying to make it as an artist.

For the last 13 years, Miami Music Project has empowered children in the greater Miami community with values of leadership, collaboration, determination, teamwork, and more through its signature orchestra programs and chapters in Little Havana, Little Haiti, Miami Gardens, Miami Springs, and Liberty City. Miami Music Project hopes to encourage and motivate local youth with a passion for music to become leaders and innovators in the years to come. 

 

Aligning with more community partners like Miami Music Project is a priority for RichMusic. That is why, in addition to priding itself as a label that builds up artists and encourages their individuality, RichMusic is making it a point to give back. 

“RichMusic hopes to motivate the next generation to always dream. It’s not just our company motto; it is our way of life. Dreaming has allowed RichMusic to make huge waves, and now it’s our turn to encourage others to dream the same way, especially from a young age,” Josh Mendez, RichMusic’s COO and Co-Founder said.

Miami Music Project President Anna Klimala added, “RichMusic, through their mentorship provided to our students and their generosity in organizing this incredible benefit concert, is helping impact young lives and lift up the communities we serve.”

ABOUT RICHMUSIC:

Founded in 2007, RichMusic has established itself as the top boutique independent Latin record label in the industry. Housing a first-class talent roster, including distinguished Latin GRAMMY® and Billboard Latin Music Award nominees, RichMusic continues to be driven by its inspiring mission to Always Dream.

World-renowned artists including Sech, Justin Quiles, Billboard Top Latin producer Dimelo Flow, rising star Dalex, Jamaican singer, producer, and songwriter Chris Marshall, up-and-coming Argentinian singer-songwriter Thyago, and Puerto Rican singer-songwriter paopao, are the label’s most celebrated talent. Additionally, RichMusic has now welcomed skilled producers Symon Dice, Animal, Rike Music, and Jhon El Divertido to its roster as well.

Headquartered in Miami, the label resides inside Morplay Academy, a creative branch curating its diverse clients and building unique brands. Morplay Academy also hosts state-of-the-art recording facilities, Morplay Studios, RichMusic’s latest divisions, Morplay Prints, and The Pencil Pushers.

RichMusic continues showing its strengths in bringing out the best in every one of its artists to enrich the world with music. The label has received multiple Billboard Latin Music Award nominations, including Latin Rhythm Albums Label of the Year, Top Latin Albums Label of the Year, and Top Latin Albums Imprint of the Year. RichMusic’s Co-Founder and COO, Joshua Mendez, was featured on Billboard’s prestigious Power Players and Latin Power Players lists for the last two consecutive years. The label recently unveiled its new executive team of eminent industry veterans to support RichMusic’s continued growth.

ABOUT MIAMI MUSIC PROJECT:

Miami Music Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that uses music as an instrument for social transformation, empowering children to acquire values and achieve their full potential, positively affecting their society through the study and performance of music. Miami Music Project’s vision is to create opportunity and access through music for those most in need, improve the quality of life for children today, and ultimately transform their lives, the lives of their families, and their communities. Emerging as a model for music education programs nationally, Miami Music Project offers free of charge, after-school programming to all students with no barriers to entry, regardless of race or economic status. As of today, Miami Music Project has reached thousands of children and youth across Miami-Dade County, becoming one of the largest socially transformative music initiatives in the US. Miami Music Project’s programming is inspired by the El Sistema phenomenon – a new model for social change and a visionary global movement that transforms the lives of children through music. To learn more, visitmiamimusicproject.org.

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