Covington Who's Who Selects Robert Goins as an Honored Member of the Executive and Professional Registry

Top Quote The selection recognizes Robert Goins's commitment to excellence in Arts and Entertainment and Music Development. End Quote
  • New York, NY (1888PressRelease) April 11, 2015 - Robert Goins, Co-Founder of The Entrepreneurial Center and CEO/Founder of Go Records Inc., has been selected as an Honored Member of the Covington Who's Who Executive and Professional Registry.

    Beginning his career in 1988 when he founded Ebony and Ivory Records on 5th Avenue in New York City, Robert Goins released his first song, 'New Brand', by MC Philosopher in 1990. Although it never made the charts and he took a financial loss for the song, he regrouped and released a second single, 'A Man is a Man', by Capital Cee two years later, which did fairly well. By 2003, Mr. Goins formed a second label, Go Records Inc., releasing its first single, 'Pump Up the Gas', by Tempest, and 'Getting' Money' by Kollabo in 2012, a group that is now on the rise.

    Overseeing the budget for various projects and handling the marketing aspects of the business are all in a day's work for Mr. Goins. But attending all recording sessions is truly what he loves to do.

    "When I first heard my brother Milton Floyd on the Frankie Crocker Radio Show on WBLS FM in New York City I knew I wanted to make music for a living," Mr. Goins said. "The name of the song was 'I am a Shadow'."

    Mr. Goins' claim to fame as a young man was also as the leader of the second unit of the King Charles Troupe, a unicycle group from the Bronx that was signed by the world famous "Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus". The act was so good that it was also featured in a special five-page article in the 'New Yorker Magazine' in 1977.

    Hoping to secure a building for the Entrepreneurial Center (also known as The TEC Center Program) (see, which he co-founded with Jack Finkelstein, the Center is purchasing a vocational school and will provide entrepreneurial education through its nine-month course and all graduates will be offered a job and partnership in one of the businesses.

    Mr. Goins is currently producing a song and soundtrack for the movie 'Take a Ride', starring Jason Alexander, and he will be signing three more acts of various music genres to Go Records Inc. soon. Mr. Goins is also in the studio recording a single, with a release date of 2015 with Pow Wow from the group Afrika Bambaataa and the Soulsonic Force, which had the mega multi-platinum hit 'Planet Rock'.

    Go Records Inc. received two Silver Awards from the Beat 100 for best song and best music video for Kollabo's 'Getttin' Money', directed by Mr. Goins himself. He also appeared in the 2008 third season of American Gangster on BET, with the biggest ratings in cable history during its timeslot. Mr. Goins appeared in the movie 'American Gangster', starring Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe. He also appeared in a five-page article in the 'New Yorker Magazine' in 1977, which talked about how he got started.

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