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“You are quite skilled. You basically owned this crowd. My compliments on your skills sir.”Pierce College Student
“Students said they were glued to every word he said and couldn’t believe when the hour was over because it went by so fast. Powerful!”Seattle Pacific University
“Awesome presentation and rap!! Thank you for sharing your story!”A. Lisa
“Dope beats, lyrics, and rhyme patterns. Sharp sounds like a mix between Tupac and Jay-Z.”J. Watson
“What I loved most about his presentation was his realness, authenticity, and humor.”C. Domes
“Witty and intelligent with banging beats that truly show his gift as a musician and a rapper. He is an underrated genius.”C. Rhyme
“His professionalism and passion for his art is genuine. We are looking forward to collaborating with him for future programming.”Highline Community College
“He made everyone’s thoughts arise. We definitely need more presentations like these.”E. Lemon
“I like how Sharp Skills kept his cool towards the ignorant gentleman in the back.”B. Ponce
“He spoke what others are afraid to think.”Yakima Valley Community College Student
“I enjoyed the topic of his presentation. It was very informative, interesting, and held our attention.”Yakima Valley Community College Student
“Thanks for coming to YVCC and rockin the stage! You got Sharp Skills for days, mad bars! ”M. Wise
“Because of his professionalism, facilitation skills and relatability to students, Mr. Jacobs has earned my highest recommendation. I recommend him for events whether as a performer, or workshop presenter/facilitator or both.”M. Jimenez, Diversity Lead, Yakima Valley Community College