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Father Son Trio Unleashes Smash Hit
By Sentinel News Service
Published June 24, 2010


Father Son Trio

Father Son Trio Unleashes Smash Hit “Like Father Like Son”

Los Angeles entrepreneur Ron Taylor vividly remembers the days where he and his son shared a single motel room and their time together at the local park was more precious than any gift that money can buy.

His elder son Ron was a budding basketball star and his youngest a boy had a relentless yearning for rap music that has ironically become the foundation for Taylor Made Entertainment/West Coast Knockin Records new smash hit “Like Father Like Son”.

The trio recorded the song and then unveiled it at a showcase for Young Maestro, the rising rapping son. After hearing the song, many including rap legend Kurtis Blow suggested the trio make a video and distribute it as a positive influence to fathers all over.

It has a hit rhyme that embellishes the father/son relationship they share. Their fondness for each other expressed with every note concluding with the hook “Like father Like Son”.

Although Taylor had significant assistance from his sons supporting mother, he steadfastly maintained his fatherly bond throughout the difficult times while navigating through life in South Los Angeles. It is his hope the song will inspire other fathers to recognize the importance of men bonding with their sons.

“That’s what it’s all about. While the song is nice, my primary hope with this song is to show fathers of all walks of like that all you need to do is spend quality time with your children to have a positive impact in their life,” said Taylor who owns a security firm Infinity Protection Services in addition to the young record label Taylor Made Entertainment/West Coast Knockin Records.

His oldest son Ron is now just a hard working adult male and Young Maestro is on the cusp of stardom as a music producer, composer and rapper with hits such as “Earthquake” and “Bouncing in the Club”making waves on the music scene.

A handsome, tattoo-less and clean looking artist who many say resemble star Tyrese Gibson, young Maestro is his own man with his own identity and his lyrics are all without a trace of vulgarity or profanity.

That in itself, is a reflection of how both he and his brother were raised by a man on a mission to become the best father that he could be, and as a trio “Like Father Like Son” is a tribute to that legacy and an inspiring tune for other fathers to bond the same.


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