Originally, I told Tyler that I was going to create a few rap music videos for my youtube channel (http://www.youtube.com/NickKhoOfficial), in which I was going to have Tyler and others surprise RSD Nation with impromptu rap at the RSD Mansion.
If you have not been to the Nick Kho Official Youtube channel yet, I give my YT subscribers a look behind the curtain about the management of RSD and the story of RSD as a co-founder of Real Social Dynamics.
Originally, this started off as a way to promote RSD Founders Club (http://www.rsdfoundersclub.com) and to give RSD Nation a chance to learn from the mentors that have assisted us to build RSD into the world’s largest dating coaching company.
In order to build the credibility for the future business-education branch of Real Social Dynamics, I decided to expand my channel into 2 shows: The Mastermind Show and #AskNickKho Show.
Over the last 8 months, I have filled these 2 shows with killer content from millionaire/billionaire CEOs, best-selling business book authors, and influences with millions of followers.
My shows were a chance for me to interview these people and reconnect with old friends; and it allowed me to go deeper with those friends I have wanted to know better on a business-level.
This got me in front of the camera a lot and led to me building a team for my brand of a dozen people.
It also got me interested in experimenting with new forms of videos from 360 videos, drone shots, and even rap.
The rap music part was to draw attention to my original goal of creating hip hop music on business education to get more attention to a topic that was unfamiliar to RSD Nation.
However, it also was a chance for us to build on the entertainment side of our business, which has historically been seen as information instead of entertainment.
I like to think of us as infotainment!
It’s my vision that we will have 4,000 person events in the future instead of 400 person seminars and I believe that upp’ing the entertainment side of things will allow us to attract a larger audience.
In addition, I believe that much of the mainstream media (which doesn’t pay attention to the facts that our crew uses a lot of humor and entertainment in their videos) needs to have an exaggerated sense of how much we focus on entertainment value to clarify we joke around a lot instead of quoting our jokes as literal translations.
Our story has been dictated to the point where 20% of the world knows who we are and not necessarily from the brand and true story that many of the members of RSD Nation know and love.
So I wanted to make sure we have a voice and do it in a way that captivates the interest of the remaining 80% of the world.
Thus, I started a mission to add massive entertainment value and build off of the already existing entertainment value that many of you see on Tyler’s YT Channels (https://www.youtube.com/user/RSDTyler and https://www.youtube.com/user/rsdfreetour).
This mission evolved into a way that I wanted to create a narrative of our company under our control without influence of the mainstream media or external sources (ie the future James Franco movie of The Game).
Therefore, we decided that we are going to spend the next few years building a hip hop “true story” broadway musical.
We are building a superstar team to create this unprecedented event (and a future tour relating to it) as there has never-before been a true story musical on broadway that was created with awesome hip hop rapping and casted by the actual people that lived the story.
The goal is to create something that is both entertaining and educating.
If you want to learn more about how we built RSD and went through the journey of self-actualization, we teach this in seminars; however, I thought it’d be even better to do it in a way that was truly entertaining (you absorb material better when you are engaged).
Since September, I’ve built an amazing production team, including famous hip hop artists, DJs, RSD staff, and world-class broadway musical superstars & dance choreographers.
To give you a sneak preview, I did my first performance of a rap show in front of 100+ people a business mastermind for Speaking Empire.
In addition to performing a rap, I also give insights behind the scenes of the business-side of Real Social Dynamics, which may be interesting for those of you that want to know our story in a bit more detail and get some mentoring from the entrepreneurial journey.
You can check out the performance by visiting:
I’ve spent over a million dollars traveling to masterminds in a 5-year intensive period and building a huge rolodex that has helped RSD over the last 15 years become a powerful brand that has dominated an industry, shaping it into something that people proudly send their friends to as opposed to the first formative years whereas the pickup artist community was a secret.
If you check out the video above, I talk about briefly some of the things we did to build this empire.
I’ve also spent a lot of this year going to masterminds, hosting events myself, and having our team help out with philanthropies and charities (ie City Gala – http://citygala.org/).
This has given me an opportunity to reconnect with my business contacts and make many more connections in the music industry.
It has also led to us making music videos with Big Mike (http://www.instagram.com/BigMike) & the RSD Crew at the RSD Mansion, including one that features Tyler and I (which will be released soon on the YT channel of the notorious influencer & musician, Nicole Arbour – https://www.youtube.com/nicolearbour) and also the most recent Juicy J music video featuring Ty Dolla Sign & Wiz Khalifa (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxD7BeZE4j8).
The other surprise is that my crew and I are learning how to dance and I even had the pleasure of starting to take lessons with the #1 dance choreographer, Matt Steffanina (https://www.youtube.com/user/MattSDance).
From 808 Mafia to WuTang Clan to Mobb Deep to Steve Aoki to Cee Lo Green … and the management of the top Billboard artists in the world, we are networking with some of the hottest music talent, building new relationships and friendships.
In addition, I convinced the number one lyricist hip-hop coach, Drew Morisey, to move from his Hollywood home to Las Vegas, where we built a professional music studio and dance studio in a 3-story building, which is the HQ for the RSD Musical, which is presently with the working title, The Most Hated Men.
If you’d like to go behind the scenes and learn more about how to rap, check out the critique from my rap coach on video by visiting:
I’m going to be attending a production meeting in a couple weeks with some of the most famous names in the music industry that having joined our team. We’ll be recording it along with future sneak previews and performances to be released on my YouTube channel.
Get ready because this is going to be epic!