“For The Kids”.
From Pop to Hip-Hop, R&B to EDM, Waldo Black prides himself on writing original music that connects with the soul. Waldo’s journey starts at the tender age of 11 years old in Harlem, New York City where he quickly learned how to express the ongoing struggles in his life through writing music, poems, and rap lyrics. While growing up in Harlem, Waldo learned how to sing in a traditional Baptist Church. From there, he moved with his family to Newark, Delaware where he molded his singing style working with local punk rock bands. Those contrasting styles became the foundation for Waldo’s music today and gave him local popularity and notoriety among the music elite in the Tri-State Area. Waldo’s music has been featured on stations across the East Coast and is currently available on all streaming platforms.
Beyond making music that crosses over many genres and displays many different influences, Waldo remains committed to finding new ways to connect with people and use his talents to help others. In 2014, Waldo Black’s passion for music and helping others allowed him the opportunity to work directly with the Be Positive Foundation, a Non-Profit Organization focused on spreading awareness, finding a cure, and improving the lives of individuals affected by pediatric Cancer. Waldo’s first performance was featured on 6ABC television and forged a new desire within himself to fight “FOR THE KIDS”.
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In 2018, Waldo took the fight to find a cure to new heights by coordinating an eight college “Positivity Tour” with the Four Diamonds Organization and Be Positive Foundation at the forefront. Each performance was at a college destination that focused on raising money and awareness for Pediatric Cancer. Now in 2019, Waldo is poised to release new music and embark on his 2nd Positivity Tour with more colleges and schools announced.