NaQuila the Zulu Nation Prophetess Released

NaQuila the Zulu Nation Prophetess Released


The highly awaited “I am me,” album is in presales status, sold directly on ReverbNation her distributer as of today her ‘b’ day.  In 6 to 8 weeks it will be available on about 32 retailers to include iTunes.


You can audition some of her songs on the Capstone Zulu official website.


There is a lot happening now at the Capstone Zulu camp and one of the major moves is the release of NaQuila Hardy aka Stackz Gotti.  The album is a Gambino Production and will be distributed by ReverbNation on Gambino Records.


The famous names in blogs Frank Paul Gambino may well close down and redirect to the new Capstone Zulu official website, to increase viewership.  One the official website he will go by the name Capstone Zulu as Gambino displays musical ingenious. 


The reason for the change of hosts is about money.  On this new website we can sell adds space and post stores.  NaQuila Hardy aka Stackz Gotti is currently on the website as a storefront and so is Capstone Zulu as a band.


All the music on NaQuila Hardy aka Stackz Gotti “I am me ©” album was written by Frank Paul Jones and NaQuila L. Hardy registered on ASAP.  The official release will be in time for Christmas 2010.


Legalize Weed!


Capstone Zulu and Prophetess NaQuila News Flash

Capstone Zulu and Prophetess NaQuila Breaking News Flash


Capstone Zulu and prophetess NaQuila are on the verge of making a mark on entertainment.  The world is about to be introduced to a totally new way of entertaining.  The issues nobody dares to touch in fear of being called crazy they daringly expose.


Check out a couple of webs:


Capstone Zulu’s Official Coming soon Website:


Stackz Gotti Official Coming Soon Website   

NaQuila Buzz out of Capstone Zulu Camp

NaQuila Buzz out of Capstone Zulu Camp

The Song – FindCure-CureAIDS 

NaQuila Hardy aka Stackz Gotti, officially requested the blessings of the Gotti family, in the use of the infamous name.  John J. Gotti was a powerful influence in my life and not all is good.  However, not all is bad with a wider measure.


Stackz Gotti introduces to the game, something very hard to find in this market, controlled by the Gay Mob.  Female Gotti exposes the Illuminati with very controversial lyrics.  The beats are funky to the ole school degree.  However the message is not the beat but what is being said, through smooth vocals by NaQuila.


At this moment we are preparing the Web sites, both for Capstone Zulu and Stackz Gotti.  We are hoping on a calculated risk that distribution for the project will be generous.  We plan to distribute via internet MP-3 downloads and by CD, to be found in an exclusive store, distribution is on the table.


What is the Stackz Gotti relevance?  The lyrics are very controversial and provocative.  It is the scratching of the surface then you are like with hop pepper juice, and you find yourself burning and out of control.


With songs such as;


Not on my computer, just living life, People Crying (Colors), the Consumer, Played, the album “I am me,” is an up-tempo cool out series of entertaining and thought provoking tones.  It is worth the listen.  “Dig!”


NaQuila “I love you!”


Capstone Zulu

Capstone Zulu first album a flop

Capstone Zulu first album a flop


Capstone Zulu was distributed through ReverbNation by many distributers to include:


iTunes (US, Aus/NZ, Canada, UK/Europe, Japan, Mexico), Amazon MP3, Amie Street, eMusic, Fox News, GetGreenMusic, GetPlaylists, Guevera, iLike, Immergent, InMotion Entertainment, Intertech Media, Think Indie (CIMS/Junketboy), La Curacao,, Wal-Mart (Liquid), MediaNet, MOG, Moozone, MySpace, Myxer, Napster, Nokia, Pandora, Puretracks, Rhapsody, Secure Media, Shockhound, Spotify, Synacor, Tesco, WaTunes, We7, Zune.

The first sale reports are about to be delivered or are coming soon.  However it does not look very good, because the music is simply not being played very much.


Admittedly, it was not the best of productions, but it had a few very meaningful songs selections.  Songs such as Symbolic Castration, New World Order, Can we make it and You think I am bad, are songs that I am very proud to have recorded.  Perhaps a more mainstream artist could have carried it better, but if so would they still be considered mainstream? 


I think I made a mistake by rushing the release of this project as a BETA project.  In the process of attempting to learn and understand to distribution networks, for future releases I sacrificed this one.  I might re-master my favorite songs on this album and add it to my next project along with other new material.


I haven’t been promoting this album much lately, because I am a one man band so to speak and have been focusing on another agenda, my non profit corporation NCNCHINC (The National Network and Coalition of Highlands, INC.)  As we will meanly focus on community work, addressing the economic and social problems and situations of the Hood, we will build a state of the art DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) at the headquarters’ location.


We at NCNCHINC are very low on liquid capital.  However, we are in the green on equity and are seeking a line of credit and grants and of course philanthropic gifts.  We have to restructure our board of directors and tighten up on some of our administrative tasks to gain 501 c 3 statuses.  However our biggest challenge is the lack of liquidity.  We have a building that is two stories; however we are not able to move into it due to the lack of capital.  I have not seen many darker days, but for the first time I see light at the end of the tunnel.


We have a web site under construction, for further information check out – This is our acronym and it was a blessing that we got the domain. 


NaQuila’s Album Release Date Maybe Soon

NaQuila’s Album Release Date Maybe Soon

 The Song – People Crying (Colors) 

So many things happened so quickly, talking about dramas.  And so many things are going on at once it is amazing I am not having a nervous breakdown.  Things are starting to get back into focus, so let me fill you in.


The Capstone Zulu next project is in the production process, I gave myself a year to pull this off and this amount of time will probably flyby so to speak.   This project means a lot to me and we plan to comeback with another NaQuila Project behind this one, which should be the topping on the cake.


Meanwhile the National Community Network and Coalition of Highlands, INC (NCNCHINC) is in the process of finding a permanent home.  The Location is Avon Park, FL.  I am the president of this non profit organization, which is a charitable organization.  We are working with the Small Business Development Center and other organizations to make this dream a reality.


And finally before we talk about NaQuila’s album I must say, we are hoping my nephew Dahoud gets released from prison next year as his brother another nephew of mine’s Lorenzo is putting up a studio here in Avon Park, FL.  Dahoud is amazing if only given a chance people will appreciate what he can bring to the table.  I am hoping we can work together on our projects.


NaQuila’s album yet to be named in stone is our first serious project.  The final master is ready for distribution.  It is somewhat political, dealing with some present-day issues and we also included song songs that are totally about having fun.  We have the copyrights back from the library of congress and it is registered with ASCAP.  We are in discussing on how to distribute it and promote the album.


In the making are some remixes, as we still have the final mix-downs of all the songs on the original tracks in our possession.  We had a setback due to a conflict in interest, that will soon be completely resolved, that will allow us to go forward with the project.  The release date is maybe soon, which can be one, two, and three or four months away, because we want to do this right and sometimes timing can be so important. 


Like I said there is so much going on and so there is little time in a day.  Sometimes time passes by so quickly.  I mean I am working on this huge business plan that is a community comprehensive design for redevelopment and new investment, dealing with several business institutions. 


NaQuila’s business plan we could probably do in very little time, but the project was put off, due to a conflict of interest and now we have to renegotiate on how this will be done.  Still there is the SBDC and other community development organizations and private investors that might take part in this business venture.  We have a finish product, but before we put it on the market it has to be sold (convince someone) to to make it a properly marketed project.

Capstone Zulu Release Phase Two BETA

Capstone Zulu Release Phase Two BETA


Capstone Zulu now available on my own store at the hyperlink below:




As well as these hyperlinks:








We had a few bugs in the system, and we found them.  Now we are almost fully operational and are available on a few other sites.  Now I am ready to start selling music on a larger scale.


We are in the process of doing a final mix-down of NaQuila’s album, before we master it to insure a quality production.  We are excited and proud of her work and song selections.  A lot has been learned in the process of the release of the first album by Capstone Zulu. 


We have much more material and will try to address issues as they become relevant to society.  This is just the beginning as we hope to be trend setters and influence the industry to become more relevant lyrically.


Please support our efforts’ as our profits will help our non profit causes.  We are in the process of organizing our non profit organization the National Community Network and Coalition of Highlands, INC.


The Purpose:


The National Community Network and Coalition of Highlands, INC. is organized as a community network and coalition in support for the elderly, single parents with children, to prevent recidivism and help first time business owners to bring about community betterment and social improvement for the greater community at-large.


Capstone Zulu aka Frank Paul Gambino Productions


God Bless You!

Capstone Zulu Arise

Capstone Zulu Arise

 You think I AM Bad Take One

Gambino Productions forms its first band.  However unusual in its arrangement, because normally when you hear about a band, you hear about musical artist or a group of singers, but this is a Gambino Production.


Frank Paul Gambino AKA Capstone Zulu, the Son of Man and King of Kings to include the King of Pop, Rock and R&B.  The true Don and real life shot caller brought together a special unit.


With NaQuila Hardy AKA Stackz Gotti taking the lead vocals along with Capstone Zulu who is the Producer also and Composer and  writer, aligned himself with his engineers and composers and rappers to form Capstone Zulu.  


NaQuila L. Hardy and Capstone are working together also on her solo project and have been in the studios for about 4 months, as there are new beginnings for Capstone Zulu the Band.


There is a giveaway, consisting of Capstone Zulu during the first studio session on a song to be called “You think I AM Bad, (But I’M not).”


Apostle Paul


PS: Stay Tuned!

NaQuila Likes Monster Red

NaQuila Likes Monster Red


With Energy drinks on the surge as many youths use it as an aphrodisiac (Intensifies sexual desires) and as we know in the music industry sex sells.  There is a big campaign between Red Bull and Monster Energy Drinks to start a huge rivalry in a limit partnership. 


Red Bull and Monster Energy Drinks are siding up with many Pop artists in a huge campaign to make Red Bull and Monster in the energy drinks market what Coke and Pepsi is in the soft drinks market.  .


We are hoping to get sponsorship from Monster, because it is our choice of energy drinks.  Monster is basically the same thing as Red Bull meaning it works the same, however Monster give you double the bang for your buck.  They are both equally quality drinks and the goal is to make consumers choose between the two as they corner the market with hop Hip Hop Commercials on stations like MTV, BET, VH1 and Nationwide Radio Airplay  that caters to the consumer group targeted by this campaign.

Gambino’s New Rules to the Music Game

Gambino’s New Rules to the Music Game


I will be located in Florida working at my home studio making music with NaQuila, we have a 100 songs deal.  With the music industry in a slump due to the economy “Economic Crisis,” many great artists are not getting their share of the industries market.  I mean let us face it CD sales are down and people do not buy album like they used to over the internet.  You now have cafeteria fans that pick and choose song by song on internet downloads.


So it seems that the old way of doing business is quickly fading in relevance.  Major record labels have yet to address to slump.  The idea that the economy will grow again in a major way has to be based on business tactics.


Basically the point is that historically artist went to the studio with the intentions of creating a album of about 17 to 20 songs.  Then they hope the project that often has little continuity sells as a project when in reality they are just pieced together material.  Rarely a storyline is involved in these new projects. 


I think the sound of 2010-20 will be an evolving and constantly changing.  I think that the new market will be radio airplay rather than trying to always sell millions of copies of CD’s.  Artist have to demand to be paid instead of being used as promos when they make music videos, I mean commercials sponsor stations like MTV.


I think the key is not to go to the studio and just create an album, but to address the demands as the happen.  We live in a world of unpredictability’s and very few major artists are addressing the current and important issues facing the world and America.


So it seems that the wisest move today is to address contemporary issues and test new sounds to promote a new industry for a new music industry future.  I think the industry can recover if it addresses the real issues facing the industry and the economy today.  I think major artist and labels should really address the demands of consumers and make music on demand.  Meaning we should address more political issues and make more singles the match the consumers on demand for downloads.   The future of music is about who has the best set of hot singles

HR 848 should be modified

Sony MP-3-4 PlayerHR 848 should be modified


According to a government web site HR 848 would take in an annual amount of $500 Million, therefore we have a $500 Million issue at hand.  According to research done by CNET News in 2005 about 11% of the US population owned an I-Pod or MP-3 player weighing in at about 22 million adults.  It has to be double that by 2009 end.


Now they are very cheap to buy, you can get an 8 GB Sony Walkman MP-3/MP-4 Player at J&R Computer World today for $99.99.  It will play both audio and video here is the hyperlink Sony NWZ-E438FBLK 8GB Walkman®.  This digital device will hold a complete album using only 60 MB, therefore it can hold over 120 albums and we wonder why record sales are down.


There is a simple solution for the recoup by record companies that does not require more taxes on Americans directly.  We can simply add a tariff on MP-3 and i-Pods imports at $1 per GB of storage space, therefore the $99.99 8 GB MP-3 player would cost $110, which is chump change to the consumer. That alone would bring in over $500 Million per year.


We can spread the playing field by allowing the royalties to be shared by artist as well as we share the income for the storage space taxes on digital media players.  My solution is not to create a new bowl but to split the old bowl contrary to HR 848 and create a new bowl in taxiing storage space on digital media devices


What you think?


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