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Atlanta-based songwriters, producers, and artists along with a select group of music creators were gifted the opportunity to learn how to monetize their talent and given an invaluable music industry education along with some connections to hopefully steer their future entertainment careers in the right direction. The Mezzo Agency, a Black-owned publishing services company in…

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Kandi Burruss is arguably one of the most multifaceted woman in reality television. The Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter was a household name before joining “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” franchise. Burruss owns Bedroom Kandi, a line of bedroom toys, co-owns four thriving restaurants with her husband Todd Tucker, and continues to perform on occasion with R&B…

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Besides being one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood, Nia Long is also one of the most selective when it comes to projects outside of movies or television. Her career spans 30 years and we’ve never seen her in a television commercial until now. Long accepted the opportunity to join comedian Deon Cole and…

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Uwonda Carter was an entertainment phenomenon by herself. The transactional attorney who advises clients on both business and entertainment is licensed to practice in Georgia and New York. Carter was named Entertainment Lawyer of the year by BESLA and is a founding member and former vice president of the Black Women in Entertainment Law Foundation.…

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The impact that the Black Mafia Family, aka BMF, had on pop culture — especially music during the late ’90s and early aughts — is undeniable. BMF represented an opulent lifestyle mixed with an ominous presence that became synonymous with hip-hop, lavish parties and oftentimes, crime. It wasn’t surprising to hear multimedia mogul Curtis “50…

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A number of the nation’s leading medical, legal and advocacy experts have joined forces with the American King Foundation to host free open forums across the country to answer some of the Black community’s pressing questions regarding the various COVID-19 vaccines. Dr. Simone Gold; former NBA player Kwame Brown; Angela Stanton-King; Brother Risa Islam; Kevin…

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This summer, New York rapper-turned-entertainment mogul 50 Cent tapped NLE Choppa for the theme song to his highly anticipated “Power Book III: Raising Kanan” series. 50 and Choppa were joined by up-and-coming singer Rileyy Lanez, but the nod was symbolic, especially considering the hype behind the new show and how strongly audiences connected with the…

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