Jamaine Ortiz is a professional boxer from Worcester, Massachusetts with a record of 14-0-1 with 8 KOs. Ortiz’s first professional win was on May 13th, 2016 over Josh Parker, and his most recent professional win was for the vacant World Boxing Council United States (USNBC) Silver Light Title, over Sulaiman Segawa on the undercard of the Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. PPV on November 28th, 2020. Jamaine’s most recent fight was against Joseph Adorno and resulted in a draw. Jamaine is also a real estate agent and consistently works to help the Worcester community. How did you first get into boxing? That relationship would be from going to the Boys and Girls Club and going to the boxing gym. It began by just fooling around, and giving me something to do, switching up the activities. My coach played a big role in being a mentor to me and kept me into it. How did you get the nickname “The Technician” The nickname came from me and a good friend of mine and former World Champion Jose Rivera.
No Label and artist IDK are teaming up to teach a course on the music business at Harvard. The application for the course goes live on June 15th on the SNKRS app at 11am PDT. The academy plans to be free to students and will soon give people more insight than ever in the music industry. No Label was founded by students at Harvard and has had panels with artists Travis Scott, J.I.D., Boston’s Cousin Stizz, IDK and more. Rapper IDK raised in Maryland has been one of the more insightful artists in the music industry with his projects “Is He Real” and “IWASVERYBAD,” IDK is working to help the community by teaming up with No Label in creating this course.