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C'mon, Criminal ACE

An L.A. rap artist seeking to promote racial understanding and unity through his music

By Brenda Robles
Published on LatinoLA: February 8, 2010


C'mon, Criminal ACE


Criminal ACE a rap artist from the Los Angeles area who is seeking to promote racial understanding and unity through his music. Ace has taken on the name "Criminal" as a reminder that many people look upon minorities as lazy or always into trouble. Despite the inequality that exists, he believes that everyone has the potential to be an "ACE" in society.

Criminal ACE was inspired by his father, Mike Rojas, a world renowned drummer and percussionist. Mike has always stressed the importance of live instruments, this is why Criminal ACE has his father playing the all drums and percussion live in his album. It's a first in rap history: A father and son appearing on the same album.

Mike Rojas has played and recorded with artist like Santana, War, El Chicano, Ralfi Pagan, Joe Battan and many more. Roderick Norman is the man behind the live bass played on ACE's debut album, Roderick Norman also co-produced all the tracks on the "I Will Survive." Album.

Criminal ACE's began his own company ACE Productions at the age of 17 from his grandmother's house, following in his fathers footsteps. ACE created and implemented his own ideas to better fill the needs of the community. ACE Productions was founded and created by Michael Rojas Jr. AKA Criminal ACE.

About Brenda Robles:
Marketing and Promotions Executive for Ace Productions Entertainment Group Hollywood, Ca
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