Rookie Season Is Officially Out Now!

Noah Caine - Rookie Season Standard Version

Noah Caine - Rookie Season Deluxe Version

- www.NoahCaine.com

I can honestly say I’ve been lucky enough to enter numerous new and unfamiliar territories in my life. Whether it’s my current job working at ESPN or taking the subway 3 hours everyday for 4 years so my mom could have that Brooklyn Tech diploma, there’ve been a lot of ups and downs but I’d like to think I’ve been successful in growing from them all.

If I had to pinpoint one territory, it’d be my first job at MTV News. Anyone who knows me knows that I truly loved that gig. I started out as an intern and was able to work my way up to a seniorstory producer. Bullshit title, but I earned it. I went from logging interviews and allotting old tapes to interviewing all my favorite artists, flying across the country, and more than anything, meeting people whom I can call friends for life…
This, was my Rookie Season.
- S. Roberts
TV/Content Producer

*Noah Caine’s Rookie Season releases on July 22nd.
Pre-Order today on iTunes: http://bit.ly/Rookieseason

I can honestly say I’ve been lucky enough to enter numerous new and unfamiliar territories in my life. Whether it’s my current job working at ESPN or taking the subway 3 hours everyday for 4 years so my mom could have that Brooklyn Tech diploma, there’ve been a lot of ups and downs but I’d like to think I’ve been successful in growing from them all.

If I had to pinpoint one territory, it’d be my first job at MTV News. Anyone who knows me knows that I truly loved that gig. I started out as an intern and was able to work my way up to a seniorstory producer. Bullshit title, but I earned it. I went from logging interviews and allotting old tapes to interviewing all my favorite artists, flying across the country, and more than anything, meeting people whom I can call friends for life

This, was my Rookie Season.

- S. Roberts

TV/Content Producer

*Noah Caine’s Rookie Season releases on July 22nd.

Pre-Order today on iTunes: http://bit.ly/Rookieseason

Why some galaxies are spirals…

Why some galaxies are spirals…

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Steady.

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Steady.

The second single off of the upcoming album Rookie Season.

Steady.

Rookie Season releases on July 22nd.

Pre-Order today on iTunes: http://bit.ly/Rookieseason

At the age of 21, I left the only home I had ever known in New York to pursue a career that was known to have a ratherhigh rate of failure due to the rigorous training it requires. 
I decided it was time for me to step out of my comfort zone and make my mark in this world. There were various points in which I thought I couldn’t make it and would end up coming back home as a failure. Luckily, I was able to persevere and progressthrough to the end of my training. Now I’m regarded as one of the best to do what I do and mentor younger individuals looking to make it in my profession in the United States Air Force. 
When things were at their bleakest, I refused to give up on my goal as well myself…
This, was my Rookie Season.

- D. Melendez
Air Traffic Control Journeyman - United States Air Force

*Noah Caine’s Rookie Season releases on July 22nd.
Pre-Order today on iTunes: http://bit.ly/Rookieseason

At the age of 21, I left the only home I had ever known in New York to pursue a career that was known to have a ratherhigh rate of failure due to the rigorous training it requires. 

I decided it was time for me to step out of my comfort zone and make my mark in this world. There were various points in which I thought I couldn’t make it and would end up coming back home as a failure. Luckily, I was able to persevere and progressthrough to the end of my training. Now I’m regarded as one of the best to do what I do and mentor younger individuals looking to make it in my profession in the United States Air Force

When things were at their bleakest, I refused to give up on my goal as well myself…

This, was my Rookie Season.

- D. Melendez

Air Traffic Control Journeyman - United States Air Force

*Noah Caine’s Rookie Season releases on July 22nd.

Pre-Order today on iTunes: http://bit.ly/Rookieseason

Six-figures. That’s all that repeated in my head for the entire night.. 
People work their entire lives and never make that much money in a year. I was 29 and walking away from it. 
The prior year, on a whim, I decided to try stand-up comedy at an open mic. Perhaps the years spent being a caricature of myself in order to rise in the corporate setting had taken a toll on me. After endless hours spent kissing up to clients and bosses, I felt a visceral need to share my thoughts in the most unfiltered manner possible. And making people laugh in the process, was an added blessing. 
That first performance went well, and for most people, would have been enough. But I continued, performing over 300 sets in the next year. Yearly projection reports, team meetings, and sales presentations took a backseat to amateur nights and bar stages. It became a thought that consumed me; this is what I’m suppose to do with my life.
So for an entire night, I practiced. I practiced telling my boss that I would be giving him my two-weeks notice. I practiced explaining that I found something that I needed to pursue, and that it was worth walking away from, what most people view as, success. 
I resigned. It’s still my favorite performance to date. Now I hope to rock enough stages to make that gamble worth it… 
This, was my Rookie Season. 

- G. Almonte

*Noah Caine’s Rookie Season releases on July 22nd.
Pre-Order today on iTunes: http://bit.ly/Rookieseason

Six-figures. That’s all that repeated in my head for the entire night.. 

People work their entire lives and never make that much money in a year. I was 29 and walking away from it. 

The prior year, on a whim, I decided to try stand-up comedy at an open mic. Perhaps the years spent being a caricature of myself in order to rise in the corporate setting had taken a toll on me. After endless hours spent kissing up to clients and bosses, I felt a visceral need to share my thoughts in the most unfiltered manner possible. And making people laugh in the process, was an added blessing. 

That first performance went well, and for most people, would have been enough. But I continued, performing over 300 sets in the next year. Yearly projection reports, team meetings, and sales presentations took a backseat to amateur nights and bar stages. It became a thought that consumed me; this is what I’m suppose to do with my life.

So for an entire night, I practiced. I practiced telling my boss that I would be giving him my two-weeks notice. I practiced explaining that I found something that I needed to pursue, and that it was worth walking away from, what most people view as, success

I resigned. It’s still my favorite performance to date. Now I hope to rock enough stages to make that gamble worth it… 

This, was my Rookie Season. 

- G. Almonte

*Noah Caine’s Rookie Season releases on July 22nd.

Pre-Order today on iTunes: http://bit.ly/Rookieseason

I joined the United States Navy two weeks after my 18th birthday. 
I knew that if I didn’t go to college, or join the military, I would end up locked up by my 21st birthday. I spent seven years in the Navy, where I was exposed to various cultures, and I learned how to effectively network. I got out of the Navy in 2012 and went toHoward University where I really found my passion forfashion & entrepreneurship. 
I took unpaid internships at a sneaker boutique in Philadelphia where I learned the ins & outs of the business. Fast-forward to today, and I run my own clothing line. My passion drove me to make my dream into a reality… 
This, was my Rookie Season.
- J. Carter 
CEO of
www.NeverForeign.com

*Noah Caine’s Rookie Season releases on July 22nd.
Pre-Order today on iTunes: http://bit.ly/Rookieseason

I joined the United States Navy two weeks after my 18th birthday. 

I knew that if I didn’t go to college, or join the military, I would end up locked up by my 21st birthday. I spent seven years in the Navy, where I was exposed to various cultures, and I learned how to effectively network. I got out of the Navy in 2012 and went toHoward University where I really found my passion forfashion & entrepreneurship

I took unpaid internships at a sneaker boutique in Philadelphia where I learned the ins & outs of the business. Fast-forward to today, and I run my own clothing line. My passion drove me to make my dream into a reality… 

This, was my Rookie Season.

- J. Carter 

CEO of

www.NeverForeign.com

*Noah Caine’s Rookie Season releases on July 22nd.

Pre-Order today on iTunes: http://bit.ly/Rookieseason

I was 18 years old. 

I was in college out of state, in a place where I had no family members or friends. I was a shy, quiet freshman who stayed out of trouble. One night, I got a knock on my door after ordering pizza. I open it, thinking it’s one of my neighbors and it’s….the cops. Three of them. Glock’s drawn and pointed directly at me. I slammed the door shut out of fear and ran back into my room. They kicked it open so hard that it broke my wall. They rushed in and cuffed me, pinning me to the floor and asking me about a robbery. There were multiple cop cars downstairs, here to catch a criminal. Unfortunately, they had the wrong guy. They un-cuffed me, never apologized, and quietly left. I was pretty bothered by all of this and my parents were mortified.

My parents urged me to leave. On the ride home with my dad, I knew I had to stay. Something inside told me that there was a reason to stay at this college. I felt I had unfinished business. I ignored the concern of those around me and came back with absolutely zero fear. Four years later, I received two degrees and couldn’t be happier that I overcame that bad situation. I listened to my heart and let determination lead me the rest of the way…

This, was my Rookie Season.


- R. Seabrook

*Noah Caine’s Rookie Season releases on July 22nd.
Pre-Order today on iTunes: http://bit.ly/Rookieseason

I was 18 years old. 

I was in college out of state, in a place where I had no family members or friends. I was a shy, quiet freshman who stayed out of trouble. One night, I got a knock on my door after ordering pizza. I open it, thinking it’s one of my neighbors and it’s….the cops. Three of them. Glock’s drawn and pointed directly at me. I slammed the door shut out of fear and ran back into my room. They kicked it open so hard that it broke my wall. They rushed in and cuffed me, pinning me to the floor and asking me about a robbery. There were multiple cop cars downstairs, here to catch a criminal. Unfortunately, they had the wrong guy. They un-cuffed me, never apologized, and quietly left. I was pretty bothered by all of this and my parents were mortified.

My parents urged me to leave. On the ride home with my dad, I knew I had to stay. Something inside told me that there was a reason to stay at this college. I felt I had unfinished business. I ignored the concern of those around me and came back with absolutely zero fear. Four years later, I received two degrees and couldn’t be happier that I overcame that bad situation. I listened to my heart and let determination lead me the rest of the way…

This, was my Rookie Season.

- R. Seabrook

*Noah Caine’s Rookie Season releases on July 22nd.

Pre-Order today on iTunes: http://bit.ly/Rookieseason