Dancing across speakers at night, Jimmy D. Robinson's 'A Tiny Shoe' remix project has entered the Billboard Club Play Chart (Issue 11/15/08) at #49 with a bullet. The 'A Tiny Shoe' dance single emanates from Robinson's lead poetry track on his inspirational and uplifting MIND JUICE spoken word CD. The MIND JUICE full length CD is a collection of modern poems penned by Robinson, narrated by actor James Randolph and set to music by Grammy nominated Bruno Linares.
The 'A Tiny Shoe' dance floor remix package contains dynamic mixes from world-renowned producers DJ Paulo and Todd Dutkevitch, Rafael M, Tracy Young, Josh Harris, Twisted Dee and Bruno Linares.
'This is a great moment, which I have dreamt about for a long time. To be able to mesh my poetry with dance music in such a cool and inventive way really brings me so much fulfillment as an artist,' stated Jimmy D. Robinson. 'Being a huge fan of dance music, I am truly in love with each remixer's interpretation of 'A Tiny Shoe.' Plus, it's so unbelievably gratifying to have 'A Tiny Shoe' received so well by the Billboard DJs.'
About Jimmy D. Robinson
Robinson's works have earned him a sterling reputation in the world of publishing and music. Widely recognized as one of today's most prolific writers, Robinson's poems, musical stories, and lyrics reflect the hardships he has endured and the triumphs overcoming them. Penning his words with stark reality--writing of the human condition--loneliness, love, desperation, and hope, Robinson uses his craft to convey his celebration of life. For several years, Robinson's highly praised poetry books have been gifted to presenters and nominees at the Grammy Awards, the Radio Music Awards, the American Music Awards, and the Latin Grammy Awards. Robinson's book and music collection is often distributed to children in U.S. school systems as well as those in high crime areas, prisons and shelters. His works have been donated to many people as far as Africa and across the continent of South America. For more information please visit: www.jimmydrobinson.com and www.atlasbooks.com/jimmyland.