MEET THE VOICES

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robert-anderson-dj-icemanRobert Anderson (DJ Iceman) has been a DJ for 33 years. originally from Brooklyn, New York; he’s been a staple in the South Sound Music scene since he moved to Tacoma Washington in 2007. He is a proud member of 206 Zulu and has been a Wu-Tang DJ since 2011. you can currently hear him on Wednesdays at 7 pm on www.wild1radio.com on his “Sure Shot” radio show.

 

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Clayton Bragg (C-Dogg) is a rapper and video-blog host living in Edmonds, Washington (just north of Seattle).  Born in Des Moines and raised in Snohomish County, Clayton graduated high school in 2009 as a proud Panther.

Clayton was born with conical heart defect and cerebral palsy, but that has not stopped him from pursuing his love of music.  You can follow C-Dogg on twitter at handicapbragg, or at https://www.youtube.com/user/rappercdogg.

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Christina Virgillo-Emery (Mz. Music Girl) is a DJ at Zulu Radio and can be heard at www.kbcs.fm or on 91.3 fm.

Born and raised in Culver City (L.A.), California, Mz. Music Girl moved to Washington State in summer 1995, and became a member of 206ZULU in 2005. She enjoys music, turntablism, traveling,  arts & crafts,  sports, and many other things!

 

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Cinnamon Rosa the founder of Village Keepers; a youth-focused outreach program in Tacoma, Washington; and a  Food Equity Leader for the Puyallup Watershed Initiatives Just & Healthy Food System.  Cinnamon’s role within the “Meet the Mascots” project also includes script consultant and character development.

 

 

faderAble Fader is veteran Hip Hop DJ, Music Producer, Event Promoter, Mobile DJ, Graphic Designer, Web Developer and Recording Artist. Able has been creating art within Hip Hop culture since 1987 and DJing since 1994. He is founding resident of (((THE JAM))) a popular Hip Hop club night on second Fridays at Vermillion on Seattle’s Capitol Hill as well as HOME SLICE a monthly showcase of local NW Hip Hop talent at Seattle’s historic The Crocodile. Able collaborates actively with many of Seattle’s most respected artists and is a member of both 206 Zulu and the Filthy Fingers United producer collective. http://fade.graphics
Music/Mobile DJ Website: Thubba Thubba: http://thubbathubba.com

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Meet the Author

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David Toledo is the Creator, Writer, Illustrator, and Animator of “Meet the Mascots” and also voiced multiple characters who appear in the Pilot Episode including the (4) Leads.

David was raised in Seattle, Washington and gained some notoriety during his high school years as one of Seattle’s more proliferate and innovative aerosol artists; with iconic murals at several high schools and parks between 1985-1987.

More recently David and his daughter received some notoriety when their Daddy/Daughter “Dance-Off” received 150K+ views. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aV7EHan9uxc

David is currently the Program Director for the Unified Outreach Non-Profit Youth Arts Program in West Seattle, which he helped found in 1998; where he is active in overseeing youth arts programs, working with low-income, at-risk, special needs, and under-served youth, using both traditional and contemporary arts to build a bridge across racial, cultural and economic barriers. www.UnifiedOutreach.com

It was David’s engagement of Mayor McGinn at various 2011 town halls in Seattle that lead to the development of Seattle’s Office of Arts & Culture “Work-Readiness in the Arts” program; and the programming designed by David and his team at Unified Outreach consistently set the bar for work readiness (in the arts) programs in Seattle. David is actively involved in community programming and outreach; race & social justice issues, and youth advocacy; employing arts as a tool of communication and empowerment.

david-toledo-seattle-city-council-meet-the-beatlesDavid Toledo is a published author, illustrator, and playwright; as well as an established musician and vocalist with the distinction of being one of the first hip hop artist’s with a LP distributed in the Seattle area pre 1994.

Additionally, David is a life-long Seattle resident who has lived in every neighborhood of Seattle; working with and being a voice for underserved communities for over 20 years. David has organized and been a strong partner for community programming in the arts, education, and community outreach programs with Unified Outreach, Roots Shelter, The Mitchell House, Chicken Soup Brigade, West Seattle Christian Church, Adobe Youth Voices, Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative, Garfield Advisory Council, 206 Zulu, YMCA, Seattle Housing Authority, and more. Additionally, David considers himself and evangelical Christian and is active in his local church.

Find out more about David Toledo at https://kingcountynews.org/2014/10/16/bring-the-noise-legendary-seattle-artist-david-toledo-makes-the-leap-from-street-art-to-political-activism/