|Thurs, December 18, 2014 at 1:57 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
UFE-TV ACCESS was granted access to the media-invited private listening session for Natalia Rich. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Natalia Rich was born and raised in Holland, Netherlands, Natalia's native language is Dutch. Her accent was pretty cool! It was when she moved to St. Maarten at the age of 12 that has given her that very noticeable island accent. This is also where her eyes were opened to the world of Reggae and Dancehall music. She did mention that she started in the church singing gospel as well. Because of her distinguishable voice and island roots, she has been compared to Rihanna. She is most certainly a "bad girl gone good", holding fast to her Christian faith and the importance of God in her life.
The invited media outlets chowed down on the refreshments and drinks while we listened to Natalia's first single, "Mash It Up" on repeat, and it is sure to be a hit, followed by her second single "On My Mind". After everyone was done eating, Josh King introduced her to everyone and conducted an interview. Her Music is an exciting mix of European with an Island flavor. Heavily influenced and inspired by Michael Jackson, Natalia plans to tour and be internationally known for giving the world music with a message of positivity, and a wealth of knowledge.
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|Sat, December 06, 2014 at 12:00 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
(AllHipHop News) For the past week, several Hip Hop artists have been announced as new members of the Universal Zulu Nation. Q-Tip led the charge in revealing that Lil Wayne and Big Boi have become part of the Hip Hop organization, and during a Zulu Nation meeting this week, Tip spoke about Wayne, Big, and other recent inductees.
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|Fri, December 05, 2014 at 8:01 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
The Terminator sequels continue with Arnold Schwarzenegger, but with a new cast of individuals to take up the roles of Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke) Reese (Jai Courtney). Directed by Alan Taylor, the film also stars Jason Clarke, Matt Smith, Byung-Hun Lee, & JK Simmons. In this particular Terminator film the timeline of events in the original story has been altered due to a decision by Sarah that alters the course of time as the war continues. Not sure how this particular Terminator film will pan out, but we'll see once it hits theaters this summer on July 1, 2015.
I am answering questions about @Terminator now on my Facebook page. Join me #AskTerminator: https://t.co/20BVj80Qi1
- Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) December 4, 2014
|Thurs, December 04, 2014 at 9:51 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
ATL LUNCH & LEARN was a successful event! Urban Female Entertainment, Quente'Sential Branding, & Be Magazine put together a great event for the community. We fed our attendee's with both food & knowledge, and everyone that came was glad they came out! We had many RSVP's and the turn out and the turn up was real. The menu consisted of BBQ chicken, Garlic chicken, Lemon Pepper chicken wings, chicken nuggets, potato salad, and a punch with a 'kick' to it.
Our panlist were hand picked from our network, and there were several topics that were discussed and needed. The audience engaged into the discussions, and when it came to asking questions, no one in the audience was shy. It was an intimate setting with alot of knowledge, wisdom, networkers, grinders, media, and this was the first of many. The next ATL Lunch & Learn will be held on Decmebder 20th at a private location. Our November panelist were:
Rodney Simpson- Grassroot Marketing Media Consulting Group LLC
Darrell Easterling- M&T A&R Conusulting Firm
Bossman Q- Songwriter/Label Executive
Hosted By: Being Jay Write of Be Magazine
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|Thurs, November 27, 2014 at 12:01 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Heartbreaking letter from LaRanda Jackson, a 20-year-old Wal-Mart employee who posted it to Alice Walton (heiress to Sam Walton's Wal-Mart empire) on Wal-Mart's "Hunger Games" Tumblr page.
I'm writing to you because it hurts to see the pain in my younger brothers' eyes when we can't afford food to fill their stomachs. Sure, they see that I'm working hard, taking the bus an hour each way to get to work at Walmart. Even though they know that things are tight right now, that our mom is often too sick to work, they just can't understand why last year on Thanksgiving they didn't get turkey and gravy like other kids their age.
But hey, what can Alice do? How could she help? All she did was inherit tons (literally) of money. Well, Walton family, listen to activist economist Robert Reich (above).