Monthly Archives: July 2010

Verse Simmonds: Brand New Music! Bang, Bang Single

Another hit from St. Thomas, VI raised Puerto Rican born Verse Simmonds. Listen & tell us what you think!!!


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Parental Advisory: Mature Content

Download Bang, Bang: 

Catch Verse online at:

Twitter: @VerseSimmonds

“Undisputed” Mixtape by Cal J. “Da General”

I promised y’all music right so here’s the first of many mixtapes. The following tracks are off of the “Undisputed” mixtape by Cal J. “Da General” with feature apperances by B. Dash, Shas, Yung Kapo all stemming from St. Croix, US Virgin Islands and more. The V.I. hip hop movement is in effect!!! Please stay tuned for interviews from the above mentioned artists.

This group of rising V.I. talent goes by the name “The Cabinet.” 

Parental Advisory: This mixtape contains explicit content and other inappropriate reference for children under the age of 18.

Download the complete mixtape at:

Follow the Cabinet:

          Cal J. on Twitter at: @CalJDaGeneral45 

      B. Dash on Twitter at: @BDash_VIP

 Yung Kapo on Twitter at: @YungKapo

    Ruthless on Twitter at: @Ruthless340

            RIP on Twitter at: @Ripstah_VIP

          Abell on Twitter at: @AbellTheBoss

     VI Poetz on Twitter at: @VIPoetz



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A Video Tour of Frederiksted, US Virgin Islands

Fredricksted is a historical town and was the first place in the Danish West Indies now known as the U.S. Virgin Islands where Slavery was abolished on July 3, 1848. It was later the center of the “Fireburn” a Labor Revolt executed by four female laborers known as “the Queens.” The most famous of the four being  Mary Thomas better known as “Queen Mary.”  The Centerline Highway a common route running East to West in the middle of St. Croix, is also known as the Queen Mary Highway as this was the road used to burn several plantations during the Labor Revolt of 1878. Fredricksted plays host annually to the Crucian Christmas Carnival and is the docking port for Cruise Ships that visit the island. Please enjoy the video below!


This video was submitted by Top Class Designz please view this and more of his video tours on the island of St. Croix check out his YouTube Channel:

For video or graphic design inquiries please contact:

Sandal Solé® Partners with “The Haitian Alliance”

Sandal Solé® is requesting your assistance in raising funds to build homes in Haiti through the sales of our products and our partnership with “The Haitian Alliance”

Please share this PSA video amongst your friends and families everywhere for every little bit counts.  

We have “3” ways for anyone to contribute:

We thank you for taking out your time to review our request. Thank you to all of the teammates who contributed to this video you all know who you are!! Blessings Always 🙂

-Lisa Simone Mosley

PRESS RELEASE: Using Sport for Social Change USVI


“Using Sport For Social Change” in conjunction with the St. John Community Foundation and the St. John Parks and Rec. Department, will host it’s SECOND ANNUAL “JUST PLAY” event on COLUMBUS DAY, October 11, 2010 in Cruz Bay, St. John.

This FREE event will be open to all youth from the ages of  2-18 years of age.
(A parent or legal guardian must accompany all 2-5 year olds.)

June 23, 2010 (St. John, USVI)- The “Using Sport For Social Change” group will be hosting a “Just Play” sports day for the youth and community of St. John.  The main idea of this free event is to introduce kids to different sports that they may not have played before, in a team and individual environment.

The event will consist of sports “stations” that each participant will need to go through in order to compete for prizes, donated by Nike, in a friendly, fun and competitive atmosphere. Individuals will be competing against, and with other youth in their same age range.  There will even be a group of 2-5 year olds (accompanied by their parent) that will be entertained throughout the day with age appropriate games.

This FREE event will be held in Cruz Bay (field to be announced closer to the date), on Monday, October 11 from 9:00am until 3:30pm.  The event will also include a catered lunch by Mathayom Private Chefs, as well as drinks and snacks for all participants and volunteers.

Pre-Registration is required for all participants and volunteers for this event and can be completed online at:

The number of participants will be limited to the first 200 youths that sign up.  The number of Volunteers will be limited to the first 75 that sign up.

Using Sports for Social Change is a St. John-based initiative spearheaded by Dean Doeling, a Senior Design Production Artist with Nike, and a frequent vacationer to St. John.  USFSC’s primary purpose is to support local sporting programs that are already in place, with fundraising, community education and sporting equipment donated by Nike. Furthermore, USFSC is trying to resurrect some failed sporting programs and provide play days where kids from all classes and cultures can come together for and participate in sports-based games and skill challenges.

We are still in need of sponsors for this event. Your tax deductible donation is greatly needed in order to continue our efforts on St. John.  All information can be found at

The motto of “Using Sport For Social Change” is to “Focus Virgin Island youth through sports and fitness, giving them the confidence they need to set personal goals, achieve their aspirations and create opportunity for themselves, their family and their community.”

Dean Doeling
Sr. Production Artist
“Using Sport For Social Change”
GPS Design
Nike Inc.