I Am Catherine Jane



Philly Artist ‘Su Picasso’  is inviting all his supporters and friends to come out and be a part of something very important to him! Help him fight rape culture and sexual abuse by attending and being a part of his video shoot!!! Saturday May 24, 2014 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (MAIN STEPS). Attendee sign-in begins at 2:00 p.m. and shoot begins at 3:00 p.m.

If it happens to one it happens to all!! – Su Picasso


Su Picasso

Catherine Jane

“Walk with me now…

And you’ll fly with me later”…

-Su Picasso

The Artist & Humanitarian

Su Picasso is not only a music artist he is also a humanitarian and a positive role model for the youth today. Over the past 3 years Su Picasso’s has been making his mark and his fan base grew from Philadelphia, to gaining international notoriety from Germany and Tokyo. Su Picasso! The artist whose songs share a message and a humanitarian for advocating and promoting human welfare in his home land of ‘Kinshasa’ the capital and largest city of the ‘Congo’ in Central Africa.


Many music lovers only know one side of the artist of their liking and that side only being the music and not what actually inspires the music they listen to. There are a lot of musicians who fail to be recognized for their craft because they don’t fit the so-called norm of the new millennial rapper. What I mean by ‘New Millennial Rapper’ is the ‘Noise’ we hear on our radios and the videos we see on TV that promotes heavy sexual encounters, drugs, alcohol and violence within the urban communities. Su Picasso is not your average music artist who just wants to perform for the perks, glam or popularity he’s an artist for the people. Earlier this year Su Picasso came into contact with a fan of his, who reached out to him via internet and asked if he would tell her story through his music. Catherine Jane a victim of sexual abuse who has been fighting for justice for the last 10 years and settled for $1.00 (No Typo $1.00 exactly) when she won the case a few months ago to prove that it wasn’t about the money but the fight against all rape victims. So, without hesitation he agreed to do so.


As I conducted more research I also found that Su Picasso reached out to the Eastern Congo Initiative (ECI) a U.S. based advocacy and grant-making initiative wholly focused on working with the people of eastern Congo www.easterncongo.org to help bring awareness to the sexual abuse, poverty and the children who are being groomed to become a part of violent army’s.

‘”At the end of the day, you haven’t lived, until you’ve done something for somebody and they can never repay you” – Su Picasso

Su Picasso has toured from the U. S. to overseas gaining fans from Germany, Tokyo and more… He’s given some of his local talented friends a platform to showcase their skills by throwing Live ‘Rock Out’ concerts like Love & Music, Dreams & Guitars and Bands & Roses at the legendary Sigma Sound. Su Picasso is an artist for the people and a role model and in his own unique way his music brings hope and healing for those who listen to his music.

“The best way to share a message can be through music” – Su Picasso






Photo Credits:
Photo #1 is of Catherine Jane and Su Picasso (Phone Camera Photo)
Photo#2 Credit goes to Graphics by: Mic Da Graphixbouhl Rowe (This is Su Picasso’s signature shirt)
Photo#3 Credit goes to Greg Johnson (www.gregjphotos.com)

Bands & Roses Concert


Bands and Roses Saturday November 16, 2013 at the legendary Sigma Sound ‘The Stage’ was a stupid crazy good show, hosted by Philly’s own Sonny The Host. Once again I would like to thank the man behind all of this new emerging talent Su Picasso for inviting your girl Miss, LIV to enjoy an awesome show. It’s been a while since I’ve been to a good LIVE show and I’m glad I came out. Great music, talented people and yet another fun night with performances by….. Su Picasso, Lee Mekhai,  Chase Allen, Robbie Casablanca, Jeremy Isaac and ‘The Hangover’  and many more…..



 Jeremy Isaac and ‘The Hangover’  killed ‘The Stage’ at Sigma Sound with  Jeremy singing his rendition of Justin Timberlake’s ‘Pusha Love Girl’ drawing the ladies to the stage for an up close and  personal serenade and yes he did it justice. 


Jeremy Isaac & The Hangover

Jeremy owned the stage. He gave good stage presence, he captured the audience attention and gave us a show. The Hangover was phenomenal. I love the sound of a live band…. It just does something to me to not only see but hear the keys, drums, bass and guitar make one sound. It’s the best feeling in the world.



Jeremy Isaac & The Hangover


Chase Allen did his thing too on ‘The Stage’ giving us a lil hip-hop showcasing his skills LIVE at Sigma Sound.


Chase Allen 

 It was a bit of a doosy in your girl getting to ‘Bands & Roses’. The cabby I hailed took me in the opposite direction when I gave him specific directions, so sadly I had to walk 5 blocks or so in 6 inch stiletto booties to Sigma Sounds (SHEESSH) my feet was so hurt. I should have known better knowing good and well I was going to an event (Trying to be cute).



Through all that I still managed to make my way to see my boy Su Picasso do his thing at his last concert of the year. Su Picasso has been ‘GriNdiN’ all year long. From performing in TokyoJapan to opening for Jay Z in Amsterdam, ‘Dreams & Guitars’ and now ‘Bands & Roses’. Talk about ‘Rock Star’ life…

Miss, LIV & Su Picasso

I can’t forget to shout out the handsome ‘Sonny The Host’ I was trying to get a good picture of Sonny but the way my height is set-up CTHUP! I think I got a good one though. Big ups to Sonny for doing an excellent job hosting Bands & Roses that evening.


Sonny The Host


Due to the time and my swollen feet I missed out on some of the very people I came to see, Robbie Casablanca & Lee Mekhai. I’m so sorry I missed you guys and I promise to see you next time. I heard you guys gave a good show and I’m looking forward to see you guys rock the stage.


More photos from the ‘Bands & Roses’ event below….



Su Picasso


Jeremy Isaac & The Hangover 
Su Picasso