Week 3 Pick

Posted in Uncategorized on July 31, 2012 by Maskerade

Week 3 Pick

These pics that I’m posting are all Monday’s during the beginning of the week. Facing forward, I notice a considerable difference. I’m going to post another Week 1 pic of my nasty belly. The difference is cool, but I’ve actually gained weight.

I understand that it’s muscle weight, but I don’t know of any 5’8″ that are supposed to be naturally 197 lbs. That was disappointing. Still, I’ve never eating 5 times a day either.

Right now, I’m consuming 2200 calories a day. I think that’s more than I’ve been eating before, but way more healthy.

We’ll seel

Week 2

Posted in Uncategorized on July 23, 2012 by Maskerade

Week 2

Eating 5 times a day. No alcohol and no sugar. Just water and healthy foods. Don’t know if I’ve lost any weight yet, because I don’t have a scale!

Welcome Back!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on July 17, 2012 by Maskerade

I just wanted to say that I’m back on the grind for a few different reasons. Since my last post, I switched up my music strategy and started working with other artists more. Namely Breaking Day, a pop group that I started back in April 2011. Things have just barely started to move with them, but people can see that they are really good.

I also decided now to get back on the artist train for a little bit as well. But, before I start working on music, I need to get back in shape. I started working out, doing Insanity by Shaun T. I did it for about a week, two weeks ago, but I wasn’t dieting. Exercise without diet, doesn’t work that well. So yesterday, I ate the right food and I worked out. My body doesn’t feel like it going to fall and that’s good. The meals are hard because I don’t sleep on the same schedule. For instance, today I didn’t get up until 10am. I didn’t start eating till about 11am. That’s not good when yesterday my day began at 9am. But I’ll just follow procedure and eat my last meal at 11pm tonight.

Meals like this are not exciting, but they get the job done.

I am but a shell of my former self (several years ago). This is not pretty.

So here you have it. This is what I look like at 37 years old. Its time to change a few things. In a few weeks I’m going to cop some supplements from the Body by Vi challenge. I just haven’t made the call, because I don’t want to be sold when I already am. It’s kind of an important step in my process of becoming a self-made millionaire.

Maskerade A Smashing Success at Charity Event @ The Highlands Hollywood

Posted in Events with tags , , , , , , on March 27, 2011 by Maskerade

Mar 26, 2011 – On a night of birthday celebrations for Eric “EZ” Zuley and Jon Scudder, Maskerade shined on stage for a benefit for Japan relief. Many in attendance were amazed at the singer’s energy and song selection.

For those of you who don’t know, Maskerade is a singer, songwriter, and producer of R&B/Pop music. Although he’s still a relative unknown, he’s already been linked to some big names in the music industry, including Tony Neal of the Core DJ’s and NFL Pro Bryant McKinney. He sings with the swagger of Usher and the voice of a Ne-Yo with a hint of Jagged Edge.

His first entry, “Don’t Take Away My Dance” was a potential hit that stunned the crowd with it’s upbeat tempo and pop-synthesized chords. The record was reminiscent of a male Lady Gaga song and made everyone in the crowd start moving. Next, Maskerade slowed the tempo just a tad with his R&B song, “Sexy, Grown & Beautiful”. This record is destined to be a hit if ever it hits any Urban/Urban AC station. Maskerade brought the club back up to speed with his breakaway smash “Picture in the Air”. This song was a cool 120BPM that kept the crowd into it and they begged for more.

For a man that not too many people have heard of, his stock is on the rise. Maskerade is destined to be a star in any realm, singing, writing, or producing. He’s got a knack of great songs and boasts an incredible stage presence. Be on the look out for this rising star!!

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Orlando Flintroy

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R&B Singer Maskerade Makes Major Impact with “Unbreak Your Heart” Video

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on November 21, 2010 by Maskerade

R&B crooner Maskerade, a singer, songwriter, and producer from the Inland Empire in Southern California, has released the music vidoe for his first single, ‘Unbreak Your Heart’. Already, the video has caught the attention of several major music sites and the buzz continues to grow.

Inland Empire, CA (PRWEB) November 21, 2010 — R&B/Pop Sensation Maskerade has been singing, writing, and producing heartfelt music for over 10 years. Now he is working to build steam with this new record as he tries to create anticipation for his forthcoming album, ‘I Am Maskerade’, due in stores early 2011. Several leading music sites have placed the video with great comments and results. Maskerade hopes more will come soon.

The plot of the video follows Maskerade as he watches his leading lady along the shores of the California coast. Flashbacks of a once happy relationship grace the screen as our hero works up the courage to ask his love back into his life. Directed by Christopher James, the video stars the beautiful Andrea Lynem, and a fully modified 1962 Chevy Impala.

“I told Chris that it was just going to be me, the girl, the car, and the beach,” explains the soulful singer. “I knew it had to be simple so the audience could connect with the song right away, through the lyics and the song.” Many viewers have done just that. One listener comments, “This is an absolute breath of fresh air!” on iTunes here. Advent Outpost blogs, “Solid Track!” here.

‘Unbreak Your Heart’ is availble on iTunes and other leading MP3 sites as well. The video first hit the net on Everyoneloveshiphop. Within the 36 hours of release it landed on Singersroom, Hiphopspy, Zillasays, and Thatcrack, a formidable mixtape site. FourFive World Music (ASCAP) is the music company behind the Maskerade movement and expects to see even greater results with this record.

FourFive World Music is an independent music publishing company owned and operated by Toma Johnson. FourFive World Music is currently seeking major label representation for Maskerade. Orlando Flintroy Management is currently handling management for Maskerade.

Orlando Flintroy, Manager
(510) 393-5583
cc: iammaskerade[at]gmail.com

Pledge Music Video Log – Day 4

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on November 4, 2010 by Maskerade

Check this link out to go to the pledge music page
Maskerade: I Am Maskerade update: Video Blog – Day 4 http://lnk.ms/GBWj1

Today I had a great meeting with Evalyn Salcedo. A friend of mine from the Philippines. She’s very excited about the possibilities of my music over seas. There is a lot of competition in the USA with the accessibility of music software. Beatmakers, singers, and songwriters are popping out of the woodworks. So maybe, just maybe I can break a little bit in Asia. Who knows?
What I do know is that I’m ready for anything. Working for the man and not the music is just not for me. It’s always been about music. That’s the only way I’ll be happy with this life that I’m living.

Shout out to Kellyne Clapper and Terrance Allen for pledging with me. Much appreciated!

Take care everyone. See you tomorrow.


Pledge Music Video Log – Day 2

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on November 3, 2010 by Maskerade

Click here for my Pledge Music Page

Today, unfortunately, I still didn’t have enough time to get all my emails out to my family, friends, and fans. Tomorrow that will definitely change. If you want to know what I was doing, then you can check it out for yourself.
Okay I tell you. I was finishing up a video shoot for my first single, Unbreak Your Heart. I apologize for all the shaky hands. I’ll make sure I watch that the next time I do an outside update. Time is a wasting and I’ve got to get on it.

Shout out to Benji from Pledge Music for making the first pledge. I think I’m a get my Mama to do one to help me out too. LOL. Just watch, everyone’s getting involved in this one.

IF YOU HAVEN’T PRESSED FOLLOW, PLEASE DO SO NOW. Please, please, please let me know that you’re out there and your with me. I promise you won’t be disappointed with this project.

Okay that’s all I got.