Multi-Media Artist Malcolm Xavier is using his talents to pay homage to a Memphis Hip Hop legend, Young Dolph. The Pittsburgh, PA native has partnered with NTWRK the world’s premier Livestream marketplace to bring us a unique & creative experience. Young Dolph, 36, was fatally shot while inside Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies on Airways Boulevard around noon on Nov. 17, 2021. A tragedy that left the world in mourning.
Malcolm has not only been a fan he is also inspired by Adolph’s amazing business sense and go-getter mentality. “This show is special to me because I’m honoring the life of a legend and honoring his memory through art,” says Malcolm. Similar to Dolph, Malcolm took the path less traveled to success. Independently growing and funding his brand. Dolph’s passing affected Malcolm in various ways being similar in age, similar in background. Growing up in east Pittsburgh, PA Malcolm was the oldest of 6 siblings. Which taught him at an early age the importance of responsibility & family. To overcome poverty Malcolm often found himself using his creativity to create income that would later be reinvested into his vision to become the biggest artist of his generation.
The Online Live art show will take place Monday, December 5th at 8 pm Est. The featured piece of the event will be signed Original paintings & prints from Malcolm Xavier. Each piece includes Certificates Of Authenticity in the packaging. Proceeds from the show will be donated to the “Black Men Deserve to Grow Old” campaign created by the mother Dolph’s kids Mia Jaye, a social cause initiative involved in campaigns that will support families who face hardships. This is a one day only event and supplies are limited, to be notified when the show starts follow Malcolm Xavier on the NTWRK App. Click the link below to RSVP.