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Up-and-coming rappers continue to emerge in the music industry, and hip-hop duo Jae Mansa appears to be making all the right moves to solidify their spot. Cousins Daron “Jae” Johnson and Brandon “B” Boone formed Jae Mansa in 2016. Johnson came up with their name, combining his middle name “Jae” (short for Jaelon) and “Mansa,” after…

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Millennials may be the in-demand generation in today’s job market, but some employers are struggling to retain millennials, and some millennials are struggling to find work that provides a healthy work-life balance. According to Forbes, which reported on how companies can keep millennials, the Bureau of Labor Statistics noted that the average millennials held 7.8 jobs…

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Event planning may look like a fun career to some, but life as an event planner takes sacrifice, blood, sweat and tears. At least for celebrity event planner Khadidra Muhammad it did. While some may find it difficult to leave their 9-to-5, Muhammad took a chance by starting her own company, Priceless Event Planning. The…

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  You may remember Sunjai Williams Lifetime TV’s dance reality series “Bring It!” The 21-year-old Pennsylvania resident and a former member of the Dancing Dolls 4 Life dance team from Jackson, Mississippi, struggled to become a better performer on the show, which is now in its fifth season.   The show made Williams a star, and…

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The Hate U Give is now showing in theaters across the country. Debuting Oct. 5, the film highlights the main character Starr Carter, played by Amandla Stenberg, who witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil (Algee Smith) by law enforcement. With the current state of our country and activist groups, such as Black…

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Technology is ever-evolving with a high demand for cellphones, laptops, and other gadgets that people use every day to make their lives easier. However, technical jobs seem to lack diversity and inclusion. According to Atlassian.com, 76 percent of technology jobs are held by men, and Blacks and Latinos only make up 5 percent of those…

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Kanye West ventured into fashion with his Yeezy collection that appeals to the masses who like high-end fashion mixed with streetwear. However, Ye isn’t the only one expressing his style through clothing. Khalil Walthour, the founder of Cidenna clothing line, created an online destination for streetwear fashion. Launched Aug. 2, 2016, Cidenna markets tees, hoodies, pants,…

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Life has a way of taking us through twists and turns. Yung Gwapa turned his life around after a stint in jail. The Atlanta-based rapper took his talent from the streets to the studio, and has worked with big-name artists such as Migos, Blac Youngsta, Skippa Da Flippa, and Future through word-of-mouth promotion of his…

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From your favorite rapper, athlete, or reality star, James Hunt, also known as the “Credit Guru of Atlanta,” has worked with many of them. Hunt is a celebrity wealth management expert who helps some of the biggest names in Hollywood build their credit, eliminate debt, and grow their wealth. Hunt has come across celebrities with…

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According to Entrepreneur.com, there are 2.6 million Black-owned businesses in the United States. Brandon Medford, Dave Obaseki, and Eric Whitehead are three millennials building wealth and a professional reputation with their automotive company, PTG365. PTG365 serves all types of clientele, from those who desire luxury cars to low-income customers looking for their dream car. “We’re…

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Atlanta is the ninth-ranked media market in the United States, according to News Generation, a media relations company based in Baltimore. Home to national news conglomerate CNN, TNT, Cartoon Network, Bounce TV and local news outlets, such as WSB-TV and The Atlanta Voice, Atlanta has managed to carve out a home for Hollywood. This includes…

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