Saylove on stage for the 40th Anniversary of Calle 8 Festival, Little Havana. Sponsored by Proyecto Multicultral Las America, The Kiwanis Club of Little Havana, The Cruz Flores Foundation, Evolu-shon, Hip Hop Global, (The Art of Peace Ed.), Universal Zulu Nation Nicaragua and Miami Chapter.
“First, I’d like to extend my Thanks to Zulu King Image, international representative of Proyecto Multicultral las America, for including me in his showcase this year. It’s a real honor to be a part of this historic event in Little Havana as well as share this stage with such a diverse line up of talent!”
“Never underestimate the power of community. When we acknowledge our own power and then see beyond these [what we see as] obstacles and come together in unity for the well being of everybody, that is when we experience our equality and interconnectedness. I’m grateful to see the communities here together, communities from Latin America, Cuba, Honduras, Jamaica, Haiti, Nicaragua, Colombia, and so on, altogether here under the same umbrella of freedom, justice and equality for all people, regardless of race, class, ability, or whatever dividing line that the mind can conjure. I represent the earth and the spirit of love and wellness for all life. When I come out to perform or facilitate education, that’s the message that I bring, it’s our interconnectedness and the way each of us plays an important role in impacting the reality of life all around us. We’re working on new material and events and I’m very grateful to uplift and inspire people to take action within their own lives and communities. It’s the least I can do and I hope to facilitate much more for the wellbeing of life for however so long I walk upon this plane of existence.” (Saylove)