In Remembrance of my Granny

This amazing woman here was Love personified! I’ll never have love in my life in how she displayed to me now that she has crossed over! It’s a scary thought to know she was the only one I believe rooting for me because I saw in the form of her actions always coming through. The words she put out to the universe with pure intentions and the discipline to manifest those thoughts into reality gives me all I need to get by. I love you Grab, I know you are always with me!🙌🏾 ❤️💯
My Granny was my biggest supporter in my endeavors I’m so blessed to have had the time I got to spent with her. She is painfully missed!

Tap in Tap Tap in!

I suspect new beginnings and new possibilities this spring season. A joy for a new hope in now and tomorrow. One that serves a greater good for the betterment of the Planet and people!

A new energy has fostered in a new thinking and believing for a new joy of results that look promising and in content. If not what a kind and compassionate way of thinking of life and what’s to come. I know that a positive thought serves not only self but for others. Imagine every human being just in the USA thought one positive thought for a minute from 3pm to 3:01pm what a shift in our reality would manifest. The positive thought in so many vibrations and frequencies would most certainly cause an effect.

Im believing in a positive shift even if I’m the only one thinking it. Our thoughts create life or death with our voices transmitting to the universe our thought and sound into creation. Very complex but very true!

Tap In!

I am the king of Tap Soul!

The king of tap returns!!

Let me introduce myself. My name is JLWilliams and I am the one and only, the great king of Tap soul.

To get to know me is to start from 1998 and my induction into the entertainment industry. By way of the late great Gregory Hines and his syndicated CBS sitcom the Gregory Hines show I made my first tap and choreography appearances.

When I look back at my television debut I take away some advice from Gregory Hines who told me, first have a strong powerful passion for the arts and second, a disciplined hard-working work ethic to last or have longevity in the industry.

With that advice I was equipped for a two decade career. After the Gregory Hines show in the summer of 1998 I had to prestige pleasure of working with the New York Shakespeare festival in association with the Public Theatre for the workshop of the first national tour of bring in da noise bring in da funk.

I look back and I am very fortunate to have been bitten by the theater bug so early and to have had such a thriving career internationally and domestically. Doing something that I love has been the great honor of my life. In recent times I’ve taken a hiatus to reinvent rediscover reimage revamp rebrand and To become who I am today and that is the king of Tap.