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Brooklyn (/ˈbrʊklɪn/) is the most populous borough of New York City, with an estimated 2,648,771 residents in 2017. Named after the Dutch village of Breukelen, it borders the borough of Queens at the western end of Long Island. Brooklyn has several bridge and tunnel connections to the borough of Manhattan across the East River, and the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge connects it with Staten Island.
Brooklyn’s African American and Caribbean communities are spread throughout much of Brooklyn. Brooklyn’s West Indian community is concentrated in the Crown Heights, Flatbush, East Flatbush, Kensington, and Canarsie neighborhoods in central Brooklyn. Brooklyn is home to one of the largest communities of West Indians outside of the Caribbean, being rivaled only by Toronto, Miami, Montreal, and London. Although the largest West Indian groups in Brooklyn are mostly Jamaicans, Guyanese, and Haitians, there are West Indian immigrants from nearly every part of the Caribbean.
When the streets give you the name “Savage 5ive,” then greatness is thrust upon you in life. Growing up on the drug-infested streets of Brooklyn, Savage 5ive exposure to street dreams, hustling, and survival of the strongest was included in his daily life routine. By the age 15, Savage 5ive began to freestyle on the notorious street corners in Brooklyn. Savage 5ive went head-to-head with future Brooklyn rap legends, and crowds of people witnessed a true hustler’s spectacle. Every barbershop, bodega owner, local drug dealer, and the entire city of Brooklyn understood the future greatness of Savage 5ive.
Savage 5ive seized the moment and his purposed defined before the world. The claws of incarceration almost engulfed Savage 5ive, and the American Justice system attempted to derail his dream, like so many other young African American males. There aren’t that many options when you’re coming from the bottom. The allure of being “King of New York” begins with an abundance of higher risks and “Scarface” rewards. Imprisonment empowered Savage 5ive and re-energized his passion for music.
Savage 5ive childhood was filled with love, economic struggle, drug dealing, penitentiary chances, and Hip-Hop. Upon his release from prison, Savage 5ive had one goal in mind “dominating the Hip-Hop world. Savage 5ive accumulated a combination of start-up capital from multiple sources. In 2017, Savage 5ive launched Henny Mob entertainment imprint. Henny Mob Entertainment houses numerous enterprises including Henny Mob Records, clothing line, publishing, and global merchandising.
Savage 5ive released his first commercial album “The Arrival” in 2018. The album represented over a decade of pain, broken promises, blood money, street dreams, universal brilliance, and animal ambition. The lead single “Piano Man” featuring NY Rap Legend Nino Man set shock-waves from Flatbush Avenue to Manhattan. The lead track Piano Man has a rare combination of powerful emotional tones infused with a perfect blend of street music melodies. Every DJ, barbershop, bodega, cornerstone, street guy, and young dream chasers blared Piano Man from their cars, headphones, and project hallways!
The entire album has generated 500,000 digital music streams across all platforms including Pandora. Over 20 different Spotify playlists added Piano Man worldwide, and listeners are cosigning the movement. In 2019, Savage 5ive music company is blooming into a full-fledged conglomerate and city of Brooklyn is ultra-proud of its own. Savage 5ive understands the shadow of greatness, which follows his every step. The word tremendous and Brooklyn in the same sentence is powerful when you consider Notorious B.I.G and Jay-Z legacy. Savage 5ive is a “Millennial Urban Legend.”