Local musician and producer making a difference in the community
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) —
They call him the Stevie Wonder of hip-hop.
He's not only a talented musician, producer, and songwriter -- he's also committed to making a difference in the community.
B. Taylor was discovered by Smoky Robinson and endorsed by everyone in the Motown roster including the top of the chain, the Gordy family.
B. Taylor has performed in front of presidents and opened for big-name acts like Snoop Dogg. He is also a Navy veteran and a global ambassador for music entertainment.
However, B. Taylor is also making a difference in the community through athletics.
A new league called the "Las Vegas Soldiers Football and Cheer" will kick off its inaugural season in the fall of 2016.
The goal of the organization is to produce successful young players and cheerleaders and empower them to become positive student athletes and better individuals in the local community.
B. Taylor has partnered with Spencer Straughter and the coaching staff to take the core values and discipline that he learned in the U.S. military and use them to influence the youth in a meaningful way.
The team will play on behalf of the Armed Forces, veterans, first responders, and law enforcement.
For more information or to sign-up, visit the Las Vegas Soldiers Football and Cheer website.
You can also reach Spencer Straughter at 702-785-8890 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to see B. Taylor perform in person, catch him at the Las Vegas Hispanic International Carnival Parade on May 28.