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Dom P


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Sunday morning has arrived, it is 9:54 am, and Dom P has music on his mind. He, almost with a hint of excitement, states, “Everyday man…its every single day that I wake up thinking about a line, a lyric, a melody, a song…anything music-related. Its like music was a virus that I caught the minute I heard it, and its been invading ever since”. It seems as though he has decided to make his virus contagious, since his catalogue is growing at a Lil Wayne-esque pace, over-drawn with conflicting ideals, witty metaphors, unyielding flow, and realistic passion and bravado, and showing no indication of slowing down soon. He realizes that his stakes are high, and he’s dealing with a now-or-never business, that seems to have the doors jilted at each turn…but he’s trying all his keys anyway. Paticio Gabriel Castillo, 21, was born to two Dominican parents, who emigrated to New York City in the early eighties during the height of Dominican immigration, whom he credits his entire being to. “My parents were really like my guideline on how to be who I am now. You know? Like seeing my mother’s attitude, I created my own, and fascinated by my father’s talent…I discovered my own”. That talent which he refers to, is that of Reynaldo Castillo, acclaimed percussionist for one of the most popular bands in Latin music, “Milly y La Orchesta”. He admirably reflects, “I used to stare at my dad practice his drum routine on these rubber pads that he had…man it use to shock the shit out of me to see such fast, rhythmic movement come out of my dad. That shit can make any little kid proud”.

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