Exclusive Interview with Tariq Alexander, CEO of TSWMall & The System Within

Does everything Tariq Alexander, CEO of TSW {The System Within},  touches turn to gold? This was the question I asked myself after an exclusive sit down interview I recently had with him. I was honored because he does an excellent job of staying under the radar. This New York native was in our backyard, in the heart of Atlanta.

This well known Actor has a few upcoming projects. His baby, tswmall, is a 3D virtual world that combines Entertainment, Gaming, and e Commerce. You create an avatar that has your features and characteristics. You can explore the mall and all its amenities; like shopping in the virtual stores, or the amphitheater where you and your friends can watch your favorite artist LIVE or attend concerts followed by a Q&A session hosted by the featured artist. But what really puts tswmall above the rest is the fact that it gives the  artists and entertainers as members the ability to push themselves creatively on a revolutionary level. A musician can put on a LIVE performance and make money. Music engineers can sell their beats. Actors can invite all the big time casting directors to look at their own audition tape. Painters can sell their artwork. The entertainment industry is changing and Tariq Alexander wants to give entertainers a virtual platform and the power to change their world. The interesting part is that it’s absolutely free to join which is causing quite a buzz.

Mr. Alexander is on the brink of bringing tomorrow to us today and he doesn’t stop there. In 2018 he plans on producing two major movies: Ruff Ryders Ride or Dieand The Last Stand of the Moors. Alexander is also the President of Ruff Ryders Films and is once again partnering with James Hawthorne to make the movie magic.

They will take Ruff Ryders hit songs’ album names and turn them it into blockbusters. Alexander’s trick is to mash up big names with aspiring actors to keep the authenticity. This film is an action film where the bikers save the day despite adversity. The Last Stand of the Moors is a period piece set in Tulsa, Oklahoma – Greenwood, a neighborhood that was one of the most successful and wealthiest African American communities in the United States during the early 20th Century, it was popularly known as America’s “Black Wall Street” until the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921. In my phone interview with Tariq and Hawthorne, they stated they refused to produce any movie that didn’t have a message.  And that’s all I can say about that one. Mike Fenton has come on board for casting and together they are a phenomenal, unstoppable force.

Being the compassionate man that he is, Alexander started a national outreach non-profit organization (501-c 3) called Project 87 in 2006. Its main objective is to help those who have been falsely incarcerated by ‘the system’ to receive the legal help, support, and guidance they need to reevaluate their cases. Project 87 also helps homeless veterans get into homes of their own.

Project 87 is involved in activism for civil right and education empowerment program for people released from prison. It promotes legislative and legal policies to help all affected by the federal sentencing laws of 1987.

Tariq intends on ringing in the new year in his hometown to celebrate all that is going to take off in 2018 He came from very humble beginnings, starting out as a photographers assistant. Then getting his big break in front of the camera modeling for Wilhelmina and Bethann Management. Jumping back behind the camera as an actor-writer-director-producer, producing two major films: The Stick Up Kids and The System Within. He is proof that with consistency and a dream the world can be yours. And as an aspiring writer this interview is exactly what I needed. So keep your eyes glued on Tariq Alexander, CEO of TSW & President of Ruff Ryders Films, he will continue to be more than relevant.

“Rebuilding our community – one movie, one soundtrack, one person at a time. If we don’t, who will?”

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