Once promising athlete and now a bellowing media crooner, DonnyBrocs
efforts to create a branding of positive life style, health and simple
truth. Coming off the well received single “The Way”, DonnyBrocs
collaborated with the “Heath Evans Foundation” alongside NFL super
Bowl running back Heath Evans. DonnyBrocs continues to find
entertainment in each sport and develops a musical platform and story
behind the athlete. Playing Semi – Professional football with the
Virginia Mutiny DonnyBrocs has learned “we only fail to succeed, and
If I’m still standing…I got to be doing something right” – DB.
DonnyBrocs is also a community leader and sponsor working with such
groups as Autism speaks the Veronica Eyes Foundation, the Donna Hicken Breast Cancer Foundation and with the Heath Evans Foundation. Forming Illume Entertainment in 2006 Donny began to search for talent in south Florida and building a foundation of continued education and hard work. Still working in the community and hosting sport camps for kids in Boca Raton fl, DonnyBrocs began the first, transition and now
collaboration into sports and Hip Hop. Releasing his first mix tape
style album “The Push” in 2007, it was a local underground success
steming from bad memories and conviction.
In 2008 DonnyBrocs Release a more studio sounding Album “D.O.A.”
using hard kicks, snares and some metal guitar thrashing, Donny put
his own stamp in music and Hip Hop. In 2010 Donny collaborated with MC Hammer and the UFc creating the smash mouth MMA hit "21". The track was a great success in the sports and entertainment community and became an anthem for MMA fighters today.
Looking to drop his third studio album early 2012, which DonnyBrocs
has the partnered withth the World Food Program in creating the
campaign "Git2Giving" in the effort to raise awareness about global
poverty and hunger. You can find out this and more at: www.DonnyBrocs.com and follow DonnyBorcs on twitter and FaceBook
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