Known for her fiery personality, musical talents and stance against colorism, Afro-Latina artist Amara La Negra stopped by rolling out studios to give us an update on her flourishing career. The “Love & Hip Hop Miami” star opened up about what fans can expect from season 2 and shared details about several projects she has in the works this year, from her upcoming movie debut in Fall Girl to her children’s book “Amrita’s Way.”

Afro-Latina artist Amara Le Negra shares what’s next in her flourishing career

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