Maurice L. Williams is a former underground hip hop artist whose moniker is “Moe Slinga” has opened for TI, 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, Keyshia Cole, and others. He has an extensive catalog of music and as a result was featured in the National Geographic Magazine which addressed the origin of Hip Hop and referred to him as a Griot.
Mr. Williams is an adjunct communication professor and he is the Founder of the Award-winning A Father’s Love professional imprint. His first released movie short was nominated by HBO ABFF, his apparel line can be found online as well as in two Harlem NYC stores and one store in Queens. He is currently penning his upcoming book which is due out 2019 (From Prison to Professor). A Father’s Love Personal Development Institute which aired on WABC”s Here And Now with Sandra Bookman has been implemented in three juvenile facilities across New York City, (Horizons, Crossroads, and Riker’s Island). The Institute affords juvenile delinquents with the opportunity to become exposed to necessary and formidable tools to shift their paradigm and become productive and responsible citizens.
Mr. Williams also is a columnist for the HOT new lifestyle and fashion magazine, CREED. In his column, he provides insight to fathers about how to improve their relationships with their children, how to effectively co-parent, as well as tips that assist with raising confident children.
Mr. Williams’s community service has been recognized by Brooklyn Borough President, Eric Adams, Queens Borough President, Melinda Katz, and Council Member, Donovan Richards.
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