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Eunice Moseley is a syndicated columnist of The Pulse of Entertainment, which has an estimated syndicated readership of 1/4 million a week. She is also a PR/Media & Promotions consultant at her firm Freelance Associates (www.FreelanceAssociatesInc.com) located in Baltimroe and Los Angeles, is the founder and coordiantor of the 'Uplifting Minds II' Entertainment Conference (www.UpliftingMinds2.com) held annually in Baltimroe and Los Angeles, as well as, the Promotions Director (at-large) at The Baltimore Times.
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The Pulse of Entertainment: Lil’ Mo Preps for 3rd Season Premiere of ‘R&B Divas LA’ on TV One February 11, 2015

Lil’ Mo preps for 3rd season premiere of ‘R&B Divas LA’ on TV One February 11, 2015 and the digital album re-release of ‘SCARlet Letter’

Two-time ASCAP R&S Award winner Lil' Mo (Cynthia Loving) stars in the 3rd season of TV One's 'R&B Divas LA.'

Two-time ASCAP R&S Award winner Lil’ Mo (Cynthia Loving) stars in the 3rd season of TV One’s ‘R&B Divas LA.’

*“It was released in October (2014). We’re re-releasing. It’s a digital album,” said 2-time ASCAP R&S Award winner Lil’ Mo (Cynthia Loving) about her current album “SCARlet Letter.” She said its re-release will coincide with the 3rd season premiere of TV One’s reality show “R&B Divas LA.” She stars in the reality show with a long list of other music industry female personalities. “I (also) wrote a tell-all book to coincide with the album.”

Lil’ Mo cast members include Chante Moore, Chrisette Michele, Michel’le Toussaint, Christina “Brave” Williams, Leela James, and Stacey Francis. TV One’s “R&B Divas LA” is co-executive produced by Faith Evans and Nicci Gilbert.

“It’s a build up to the 3rd caliber…navigating through reality TV,” said the BMI Pop and Urban Music Award winner about what we can expect on the reality show. “Some (cast members) are returning and we have some new people. You expect people to be one way…you meet them…and their not that way.”

Lil’ Mo is a Long Island, NY native living currently in my home state of Maryland. She started out in the entertainment business as a songwriter with credits that include JaRule’s hit singles “Put It On Me” and “I Cry.” She was signed to Elektra Records and debuted with “Based on a True Story” in 2001. In 2003 she released “Meet the Girl Next Door.” Other album releases include “Superwoman Pt II” and in 2011 “PS, I Love Me.”  She has collaborated with Miss Elliot on “Hot Boyz,” Jay Z, Bow Wow, Kelly Price and Keith Sweat. She has also garnered a Teen Choice Award nomination and a MTV Video Music Award nomination.

TV One’ “R&B Divas LA” premiered in 2013 with the highest viewer rating in its history for ages 25 – 54.

“My story always goes to the next level each season,” Loving said. “I am an all around entertainer. I signed on to do the best of my ability. So much has changed. People think reality TV is fake…People don’t tell me what to do. It’s a storyline…we try to get through.”

For more information on the new season of TV One’s “R&B Divas LA” log onto www.TVOne.com/category/shows/rb-divas and you can find out more on Lil’ Mo aka Cynthia Loving at www.TheLilMoShow.com.

HBO and Fox Searchlight lead in wins for the 21st annual SAG Awards

Catherine Curtin ("Orange is the New Black") during the red carpet arrivals for the 21st annual SAG Awards.

Catherine Curtin (“Orange is the New Black”) during the red carpet arrivals for the 21st annual SAG Awards.

*The 21st annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards aired live Sunday, January 25, 2015 on TNT and TBS. It honored legendary Oscar, Emmy and Tony Award nominated actress Debbie Reynolds with the SAG Life Achievement Award making her the 51st recipient of SAG-AFTRA’s highest honor. HBO and Fox Searchlight Pictures lead with the most SAG Award wins. HBO received a total of 14 wins, and Fox Searchlight Pictures garnered a total of six.

The SAG Awards are selected by its SAG-AFTRA members, fellow actors.

“You’re absolutely right, my peers, this comes from my peers,” said Williams H. Macy when asked about the winners selection process including only actors in the process. Macy won for “Outstanding Male Actor in a Comedy Series” for his role in Showtime’s “Shameless.”

The prominent awards event started with the red carpet arrivals where I had a chance to talk with SAG-AFTRA president Ken Howard who is also an actor with credits that include Rambo and The Wedding Ringer.

“We had a lot of successful contract negotiations in the collective bargaining,” said Ken when asked about the results so far from the merger of the two actors’ unions SAG and AFTRA. “We’re a merged union and part of those negotiations was that its one contract across the board. It gave us a lot of power, what we hoped for has come.”

HBO lead with the most nominations at 14. Of the 14 the winners included Mark Ruffalo (“The Normal Heart”) for “Outstanding Male Actor in a Television Movie,” Frances McDormand (“Olive Kitteridge”) for “Outstanding Female Actor in a Television Movie,” and “Game of Thrones” for “Outstanding Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama.”

Fox Searchlight Pictures followed HBO with the next highest nominations with six. Of the six nominations the winners included Michael Keaton (Birdman) for “Outstanding Male Actor in a Leading Role” and Birdman for “Outstanding Cast in a Movie Picture.”

Other winners included Julianne Moore (“Still Alice”) for “Outstanding Female Actress in a Leading Role;” Kevin Spacey (“House of Cards”) for “Outstanding Actor in a Drama;” Uzo Aduba (Orange is the New Black”) for “Outstanding Female Actor in a Comedy Series;” “Downton Abbey” (PBS) for “Outstanding Ensemble in a Drama,” and “Orange is the New Black” (Netflix) for “Outstanding Ensemble in a Comedy Series.” You can find the full list of winners by logging onto www.SAGAwards.org.

“I play Wanda Bell in ‘Orange is the New Black,’ said Catherine Curtin (The Wolf of Wall Street, The Bourne Legacy) during the red carpet arrival. “I’m in this extraordinary show. The ensemble is nominated, it’s amazing. It’s a show that touches on the heart strings of what’s going on today.”

The 21st annual SAG Awards were produced by Avalon Harbor Entertainment;

(Syndicated Columnist: Eunice Moseley, has an estimated weekly readership of over ¼ million with The Pulse of Entertainment. She is also a Public Relations/Business consult at Freelance Associates, and Promotions Director (at-large) for The Baltimore Times. Her Event/”Uplifting Minds II”: The 16th annual “Uplifting Minds II” free entertainment conference Sat. April 18, 2015,  sponsored in part by Security Square Mall. Media sponsored are The Baltimore Times and www.EURweb.com. www.UpliftingMinds2.com, www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com.)

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Charlie Wilson, a 9-time Grammy Nominee, Launches New Album and National Tour ‘Forever Charlie’

Charlie Wilson, a 9-time Grammy nominee, launches new album and national tour ‘Forever Charlie’

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Nine-time Grammy Award nominated Charlie Wilson releases new album, ‘Forever Charlie,” to launch national tour.

*“I’m still celebrating women’s lives and how beautiful they are,” said Charlie Wilson, known in the industry as Uncle Charlie. Wilson recently released his newest project “Forever Charlie.” “This is one of my best pieces.”

“Forever Charlie is followed by a national tour of the same name featuring KEM and Joe – it launches February 12, 2015 in Cleveland. Songs on the album include “Unforgettable,” featuring Shaggy, and “Goodnight Kisses” featuring Snoop Dogg.

“There are up tempo songs…so when I go on stage I can perform to my own,” the 9-time Grammy Award nominee said.

Charlie is also a BET Award winner whose last album, “Love, Charlie,” garnered another Grammy nomination, and hit single “You Are.”

The “Forever Charlie Tour” stops in my hometown of Baltimore February 15th at the Arena They will spend Valentines’ day in Atlantic City, NJ at the Boardwalk Hall. The tour ends March 27th in Oakland, California.

Charlie, a former lead vocalist of The Gap Band, and he really gives his all during a performance. I saw him perform at BET’s Celebration of Gospel concert and he had a white grand piano, enough backup singers to make a choir and violins. He sang so hard he ended up kicking his shoes off. You will certainly get your money’s worth at a Charlie Wilson show.

Wilson has also garnered a Soul Train Icon Award, a BMI Icon Award, and a BET Lifetime Achievement Award. You can find out more on the “Forever Charlie” album and national tour at www.CharlieWilsonMusic.com.

TV One airs the 46th NAACP Image Awards live February 6, 2015 at 9 p.m. ET

Sharon Brathwaite and Peres Owino, a writing team, are notimated for an NAACP Image Award for the Lifetime movie Seasons of Love. (Phot Credit: Eunice Moseley)

Sharon Brathwaite and Peres Owino, a writing team, are notimated for an NAACP Image Award for the Lifetime movie Seasons of Love. (Phot Credit: Eunice Moseley)

*On Friday, February 6, 2015 at 9 p.m./8c TV One will air live the 46th NAACP Image Awards in a two-hour special presentation hosted by Anthony Anderson (“Black-ish,” “Law & Order”). Leading the nominations are ABC with 25, Columbia Records and Paramount Pictures with 10 each.

“I been hearing he (David Oyelowo) was snubbed…so I’m just going to say his name because he really did a great job,” said comedian/actor Affion Crocket (“CSI: NY,” “The District”) at the 46th NAACP Image Awards Nominee’s Luncheon about the dramatic film Selma. “I have seen a lot of MLK portrayals and he played him in a way that’s believable. He made it like MLK was a powerful guy but a powerful guy you can kick it with…just a man on a mission.”

David is one of the presenters along with Oprah Winfrey who starred and executive produced the film. Joining them as presenters are Angela Bassett, Common, Laurence Fishburne, Sharon Leal, Larenz Tate, and Kerry Washington. Scheduled to appear are Gabrielle Union, Keegan-Michael Key, Octavia Spencer, Omar Epps, Shemar Moore, Taraji P. Henson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Uzo Aduba, and Wendy Raquel Robinson.

“I’m supper-doper excited. I am so thankful, even if I don’t win it is so fantastic to be nominated,” said 13 year-old actor Curtis Harris, who stars in the Nickelodeon series “The Haunted Hathaways,” about his nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Youth/Children’s Program. “I play a ghost. He is very nice, like Casper the ghost.”

Lifetime follows ABC with 16 nominations, and BET garners 14. In the recording category following Columbia Records is RCA with 8 nominations and Interscope Records with 5. Following Paramount Pictures in the motion picture category are FOX Searchlight and Universal Pictures both with 5 nominations.

“It was a passion project of ours for many years,” said Sharon Brathwaite (Think Like a Man) who is part of a writing team with Peres Owino (The Call) on the Lifetime movie “Seasons of Love,” which they received a nomination for Outstanding Writing in a Television Movie. “Luckily the wonderful Taraji P. Henson liked the script and made it happen…and Lifetime gave us a break.”

The 46th NAACP Image Awards will be held at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium and aired live on TV One starting at 9 p.m. ET. Sponsors include AT&T, Bank of America, FedEx, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Hyundai Motor America, PepsiCo, Southwest Airlines and Wells Fargo. For more information on any other presenters, attendees, the pre-show – hosted by Kevin Frazier and Shaun Robinson, and the red carpet arrivals log onto www.NAACPImageAwards.net.

(Syndicated Columnist: Eunice Moseley, has an estimated weekly readership of over ¼ million with The Pulse of Entertainment. She is also a Public Relations/Business consult at Freelance Associates, and Promotions Director (at-large) for The Baltimore Times. Her Event/”Uplifting Minds II”: The 16th annual “Uplifting Minds II” free entertainment conference Sat. April 18, 2015,  sponsored in part by Security Square Mall. Media sponsored are The Baltimore Times and www.EURweb.com. www.UpliftingMinds2.com, www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com.)

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Eunice Moseley, The Pulse of Entertainment Columnist, Accepts Teaching Position at California State University in Management

Eunice Moseley, The Pulse of Entertainment columnist, accepts teaching position at California State University in Management

Eunice Moseley (right) with assistant Kerri Hobbs coordinating client's event in Culver City, California.

Eunice Moseley (right) with assistant Kerri Hobbs coordinating client’s event in Culver City, California.

*Eunice Moseley, syndicated entertainment columnist of The Pulse of Entertainment (www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com), accepts teaching position at California State University in Management. Moseley is known for her public relations and business management seminars hosted at the national “Uplifting Minds II” entertainment conference held annually in Baltimore and Los Angeles. Moseley will be available to teach Management, Business, Public Relations and Marketing at any of its 23 campuses.

California State University, known as Cal State U, is the largest University system in  California with 23 campuses state wide. Eunice will teach under the College of Business & Economics. Cal State U offers 129 difference Bachelors, 112 Masters, and three doctoral (PhD) degrees, as well as 22 teaching credentials.

It is a contractual entry level open-ended position (i.e., Lecturer) that can possibly lead to tenure. Moseley has a Bachelor in Telecommunications from Morgan State University, and a Masters in Management-Technology/Public Relations and a M.B.A. from UMUC (University of Maryland University College). Currently the mother of two and grandmother of three is in her second year in a PhD program at Walden University majoring in Management – Leadership and Organizational Change.

Eunice Moseley, MS, M.B.A.

Eunice Moseley, MS, M.B.A.

A Baltimore native, Eunice Moseley has over 30 years experience in Management that includes managing the Internet communications between the Pentagon and the Naval Annex (U.S. Navy, 1978-1980), and numerous management positions at The Baltimore Times (Sales Director, Business Manager, Entertainment Editor, and Promotions Director) since 1986. She is also owner of Freelance Associates (www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com/FreelanceAssociates.html) a public relations and business management consultant firm (since 1993). In 1999 she founded the “Uplifting Minds II” free entertainment conference currently held annually in Baltimore and Hollywood, California. The one day entertainment conference offers an entertainment business seminar panel that she hosts, and a national talent showcase competition for qualifying acts highlighting their vocal, songwriting and dancing skills (www.UpliftingMinds2.com).

Moseley can be reached at Freelance Associates, 562-424-3826, or via email at [email protected]. You can follow her on Twitter @EuniceMoseley or @ThePulseofEnter, and on Facebook @EuniceMoseley or @ThePulseofEntertainmentOnline.

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The Pulse of Entertainment: Grammy Nominated Ben Tankard’s Bravo Reality Show Premieres 2nd Season

Gospel music mogul Ben Tankard’s Bravo reality show premieres 2nd season, airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Grammy Award nominhated Ben Tankard and wife Jewell premiere second season of their reality show on the Bravo network, 'Thicker Than Water: The Takards.'

Grammy Award nominated Ben Tankard and wife Jewell premiere second season of their reality show on the Bravo network, ‘Thicker Than Water: The Tankards.’

*“People do what you do,” said Pastor and Gospel music mogul Ben Tankard about the reasons he did a reality show, “Thicker Than Water: The Tankards,” which airs on the Bravo network on Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT. “If I can find a way to include the audience…people will feel like they are a part of it.”

The reality show follows the music mogul and Pastor in his day to day life with his wife, also a Pastor, Jewell and their children Brooklyn, Britney, Benji, and Cyrene. It premiered its second season January 4, 2015 as Ben’s oldest son Marcus returns home with his wife.

“Our reality show is authentic,” said Jewell Tankard when asked if they feel pressure to be more or less than they really are. “Its authentic to who we are as a family. We get transparent. It helps with the healing.”

The Tankards live in a mansion in Tennessee that they call the “Tankard Palace”. The new season has Ben also celebrating his 50th birthday, and 25 years in the music business. The kids believe Jewell is going through a midlife crisis.

“We are volunteering Pastors in a church we kind of started at home,” Ben explained. “As Pastors we get up and talk about…what happens during the week. Tell the story and put scripture to it.”

Ben Tankard, a Jazz pianist and producer, has released 18 solo Gospel/Jazz albums and have garnered 12 Stellar Award wins,  11 Dove Award nominations (3 received from last album “Full Tank”), and three Grammy Award nominations. He has produced and collaborated with Take 6, Kelly Price, Fred Hammond, John P. Kee, and Shirley Murdock. In February, 2015 he will release another album “Full Tank 2.0.”

The six-time platinum musician’s projects are released through his own record label Ben’ Jamin/Verity/Sony Music. His “Wow Gospel 2006 Collaborations” album release features Marvin Sapp, Shirley Murdock, and Kirk Franklin. He also did the arrangements for Lionel Richie’s “Jesus Is Love.”

Ben is a former professional basketball player, and along with his wife Jewell they are Pastors at Destiny Center Church. Log onto www.BenTankard.org, or www.DestinyDome.com for more information about the Tankards.

Kristiana Flowers stars in the Lifetime reality show ‘Preacher’s Daughters,’ premiers January 23, 2015

Kristiana Flowers stars in the Lifetime network reality show 'Preachers Daughters.'

Kristiana Flowers stars in the Lifetime network reality show ‘Preachers Daughters.’

*Into its third season the Lifetime Network’s reality docu-soap “Preacher’s Daughters” premiers January 23, 2015 at 10 p.m. The one hour reality show follows nine preacher’s daughters and their families as the girls live alone in a house without parent supervision. One of the preacher’s daughters is Kristina Flowers (18 years-old) from Detroit, Michigan. She is the youngest child of Reverend Kenneth James Flowers of the Greater New Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church.

“My whole family names begin with a K,” Kristiana explained when I complimented her and asked about the unusual spelling of her name. “My grandmother is Ann so Kristiana.” When asked about her reality show experience so far she said, “It was fun. Fun is the #1 word. I had so much fun. I made so many connections.”

In Lifetime’s “Preacher’s Daughters” third season Kristiana has left the pressure to be the perfect preacher’s daughter living independently with eight others just like her. Through everything on the show she strives to keep God in her heart.

“I think my experiences confirmed what I thought and saw in myself. I always thought I was strong…I proved myself,” Flowers said proudly about the first season on the show. “It was my first time away…a week was the most time. My mother was so nervous. My dad was nervous but not as nervous as my mom. She was shaking in her boots.”

The third season has Kristiana in college.

“I went straight to college. So they weren’t so nervous,” she said about leaving home in the third season. “(College) It’s been good. I go to Kent State.”

Kristiana says she is majoring in fashion, “I always loved fashion…so I took up Fashion Merchandising. I’ve learned a lot about the business side.”

In the preacher’s daughters’ house living along side Kristiana is Megan Cassidy (17) from South Carolina; Tyche Crockett (22) from New Orleans; Nikki Erimetz (19) from South Carolina; Jayde Gomez (20) from Lakeland, Florida; Kori Haynes (22) from Mississippi; Cierra Vaughn (22) from Chicago; Lolly White (24) from Los Angeles, and Kayla Wilde (20) from Newport Beach, California.

Lifetime’s Preacher’s Daughters” premiers January 23rd at 10 p.m. Log onto www.MyLifetime.com/shows/preachersdaughters.

(Syndicated Columnist: Eunice Moseley, has an estimated weekly readership of over ¼ million with The Pulse of Entertainment. She is also a Public Relations/Business consult at Freelance Associates, and Promotions Director (at-large) for The Baltimore Times. Her Event/”Uplifting Minds II”: The 16th annual “Uplifting Minds II” free entertainment conference arrives in Baltimore Sat. April 18, 2015 at Security Square Mall. www.UpliftingMinds2.com, www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com.)

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The Pulse of Entertainment: Backstage During Selma’s Filming with Wendell Pierce, Stan Houston and Clay Chappell

Backstage during Selma’s filming with Wendell Pierce, Stan Houston and Clay Chappell

NAACP Image Award nominated Wendell Pierce stars in Selma.

NAACP Image Award nominated Wendell Pierce stars in Selma.

*“It’s great to see men and women absolutely changing the makeup of how the country is,” said NAACP Image Award winner Wendell Pierce (Ray, “Suits”) who plays Minister Hosea Williams, a member of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s confidants. “…And that’s not an easy feat…in threat of life…Ava (the director) captured that.”

Selma tells the story of Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1965 visit to Selma to walk to Montgomery, Alabama to protest the tactics used by voting officials and authorities to suppress voting by black people. It was during a time in history where the threat to his life was imitate. Kennedy and Malcolm X had been murder three weeks before. Hoover was trying to stop Martin from changing the dominate white-only voting policy in Alabama by any means necessary. President Johnson was hesitant to circumvent the Alabama Governor or the local police chief.

“I went through a lot getting into character,” said Stan Houston, who played Selma’s Sheriff Jim Clark who allowed the suppression of Black voting rights to take place, about the backlash he is getting in his hometown for playing a local “figure head” in a black produced film. “It messed with my soul a little bit. I live in the town he was born and raised…and died. We brought a house there…his third cousin is a neighbor. I hear ‘nigger lover’ a lot.”

Stan Houston stars in Selma.

Stan Houston stars in Selma.

Houston said back stage all the cast and crew prayed for him so he could get to the “dark place” and out unarmed. He said one by one they encouraged him with hugs.

“We gathered in a circle in prayer,” Stan said. “I was 1000% committed. It was good training. I have only been doing this for 6 years.”

Clay Chappell (A Madea Christmas), best known for his role in Footloose, played the prejudice registrar.

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“I audition initially for one of the Klansman,” said Clay about how he landed the role of the registrar. Someone suggested that he audition for the registrar role instead, and he did. “We talked about that type character. I read for Ava. I am so grateful she suggested it, Ava liked it.”

Chappell said he was only on the set one day, but the cast and atmosphere was so inspiring it made a lasting impression on him. He said, “We had sat around all day…I think Mya Angelo past away that day. My buddy played Sheriff Jim Clark, he said they all gathered in prayer for him. It really truly was tight-knit. I only worked one day, but it had a lasting impression. When we had lunch on set everyone was so nice to me, David (Oyelowo) knew my name and Oprah told stories.”

Selma, in theaters now, stars David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King, Jr.; Carmen Ejogo (Sparkle) is Coretta Scott King. The Paramount Pictures’ presentation of Selma also stars Oprah (The Butler), Academy Award nominated Tom Wilkinson (Fury) as President Johnson; Grammy Award winner Common (LUV) as James Bevel or organized the Selma walk; Ledisi Young as Mahalia Jackson; Andre’ Holland as Andrew Young; Niecy Nash (“The Soul Man”), Colman Domingo as Ralph Abernathy; Dylan Baker as J. Edgar Hoover; Academy Award nominated Tim Roth as Gov. George Wallace; Niguel Thatch as Malcolm X ; Emmy Award winner Martin Sheen (“West Wing”), and Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding, Jr. (Red Tails). Directed by Ava DuVernay (Middle of Nowhere, I Will Follow) and written by Paul Webb Selma is Rated PG-13.

“I wanted to be very specific in whatever I did,” said Pierce (Horrible Bosses, The Wire”), who will be starring in the new CBS remake of “The Odd Couple,” about playing Minister Hosea Williams. “He was a hero of mine. He had a World-War II history. He had a television show so he was out going and funny. Very courageous…There is an iconic image of him standing there (next to MLKJr during the walk). The courage they  had in the face of fear. “

Sean Combs’ Executive V. P. Dia Simms assists in building the Ciroc Vodka Innovations Empire

Dia Simms, Executive Vice President of Sean Combs business ventures.

Dia Simms, Executive Vice President of Sean Combs business ventures.

*“Its fun, exciting…coolest part is there is never a dull moment. I am enjoying it,” said Dia Simms, Executive Vice President of Sean Combs Ciroc Vodka Innovations, Combs Wine and Spirits. “Currently we have a new tequila we just launched. We are going state by state. I am so proud of it. We look at 100 different kinds….for one and a half years. I think we have the best.”

Simms is a corporate executive, philanthropist and public speaker. Her career stated at the Department of Defense, then she went into advertising sales. She was later solicited by Sean Combs to work with him in the music business and other business ventures. She started as his assistant and quickly rose through the ranks to Chief of Staff of his executive office, then into her current position as Executive Vice President of The Blue Flame Agency. As his Exec VP Dia oversees the strategic execution of all brands under The Blue Flame Agency, and his House of Combs, which includes Revolt TV, Aquahydrate and Sean John, as well as the marketing and advertising strategies for Ciroc Ultra Premium Vodka.

“We serve all cultures of people, all populations are critical,” Dia pointed out when asked about their target consumers. “We do make sure all our brands…life styles fits (when promoting in the community). We focus on a new American mind-set.”

Dia says Sean’s tequila is the official toast drink of the NBA. Under her leadership Ciroc Ultra Premium has grown 1000%. She provides entrepreneurship training to high school students and sits on the Board of the Boys and Girls Club of Harlem. She holds a Bachelors from Morgan State University, and a Masters in Management from Florida Institute of Technology.

(Syndicated Columnist: Eunice Moseley, has an estimated weekly readership of over ¼ million with The Pulse of Entertainment. She is also a Public Relations/Business consult at Freelance Associates, and Promotions Director (at-large) for The Baltimore Times. Her Event/”Uplifting Minds II”: The 16th annual “Uplifting Minds II” free entertainment conference arrives in Baltimore Sat. April 18, 2015 at Security Square Mall. www.UpliftingMinds2.com, www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com.)

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Female MC Jessi Jone Performs at Paradox Nightclub

Female MC Jessi Jone performs at Paradox Nightclub Sunday, January 18, 2015

Award winning rapper Jessi Jone to perform her new single “Text Message’ at Up Next Concert Series

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Award winning rapper Jessi Jone rocks Paradox Night Club Sunday, January 18, 2015.

*Female MC Jessi Jone to perform at Paradox Nightclub (1310 Russell Street) Sunday, January 18, 2015 – doors open 6 p.m. The talented Baltimore rapper/singer will perform her new single “Text Message.”

Jessi Jone is also known as Captain Lee on stage because of her commanding performances. Her free-style skills match those of seasoned rappers. Multi-talented Jone is also a dancer, actress, and spoken word artist.

The 2014 winner of the 15th annual “Uplifting Minds II” national talent competition for her lyrical skills, Jessi is currently in the studio working on her debut mix-tape.

She recently performed on the Baltimore City Summer Block Party Tour with her “hype team” Daymon Gray and Malik Jones, which visited 14 different neighborhoods.

Jessi recorded her first song at the age of nine, but didn’t perform in front of an audience until age 11. You would have never known because her stage presence did not show that it was her first live performance before an audience. As an actress her credits include a long list of high school musical plays, and in one of the plays she portrayed rap icon Mc Lyte because of her impressive MC skills.

Her lyrical skills have been compared to great rap artists such as Eve, Queen Latifah, Mc Lyte, and Diggy Simons. Her approach to audiences is done with ease and her energy on stage is so electrifying. She is always focused on perfecting her God gifted talents as is evident by her performances.

Jessi is a local star. Her remixed of “Beez in the Trap”, “Started from the Bottom,” and “Ambition” are on the lips of most high “schoolers.” The MC has already recorded several original songs, such as “Aim for it,” and “Everyday,” that are also popular amongst her peers. She describes her music as fun filled, clean and young.

Jessi Jone is managed by Evette Chapman and Shawn Boyd at 2Fresh Entertainment. To inquire about Jessi email her management at [email protected] or call 410-443-398-7066. You can follow her, for information on upcoming events, at her social media profiles @JessiJone (Facebook), and @JessiJone13 (Twitter).

 

 

 

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