youbloom LA

youbloom LA

Latasha Alcindor aka L.A., Verbs, KingTay, khidlike, Robin Harris Jr

Fri · September 22, 2017

8:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

youbloom plc was established in Ireland in September 2009. It stands for creativity, excellence, compassion, fun and a fair deal for artists and fans. The Company's core focus is online artist discovery and development through the youbloom Music Awards. Our offline activities, such as youbloom Music Awards LIVE, are conducted through partners.
At the head of the executive team is founder Phil Harrington, an experienced entrepreneur and musician. Phil has carefully built his team with an unequaled group of respected music industry professionals who have the experience, knowledge and imagination to guide youbloom’s success. The core team includes: Nigel Grainge (Sinead O’Connor, The Boomtown Rats, Thin Lizzy), Rupert Hine (Producer & songwriter incl. Tina Turner, Stevie Nicks, Wilson Phillips), Mike Bone (ex President of Mercury, Chrysalis and Island Records in the US), Jeff Stewart (CEO, New World Music), Ted Cummings (led major label publicity department for over 20 years) and Jochen Wilms, (former VP of marketing with BMG). These industry professionals contribute to the design of the youbloom platform and to the company’s marketing strategy. The company has a technology team in Ireland and the US with marketing team members in the UK, US, Europe and South America, ready to maximize the full potential of youbloom’s unique position in the music industry.
Latasha Alcindor aka L.A.
Latasha Alcindor, also informally addressed as "LA," is an independent artist based out of New York City. Her form-free art travels through a wide range of inspiration found in Experimental, World and Hip Hop music. LA’s energetic calls and performance-based sound have opened doors for her to perform at culturally prestigious events like SXSW, A3C, and Manifesto. In the beginning of 2016, she performed as the headlining act for Brooklyn Museum’s First Saturdays and had her music featured on Refinery 29’s show The Skinny. Latasha finds resonance in speaking on political, social and cultural experiences in her music, promoting a much needed agenda for those looking to find inner peace, specifically young women of color. With all of her depth, the beauty in LA’s creative style exists due to the juxtaposition of both her thought-provoking, influential messages and her blithe, unbound sound that carries in strong vibration. Her journey is continuous, and with a nonrestrictive formula it actively speaks to those that come across her experiences.
Venue Information:
The Hi Hat
5043 York Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90042