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|Wed, June 24, 2015 at 7:36 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
The Color Pop Shop presents our Vinty Fresh Brand exclusive "Afro Love" graphic tee for both men and women. Its all about loving yourself... naturally. International top models Pat Tracey and Coco Mitchell rocked our Afro Love t-shirt fashion photoshoot!
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|Wed, January 21, 2015 at 7:19 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Broadway star Byron Utley sings a smooth and soulful tune entitled "If You Don't Love Me" on his first r&b single. The song is one of the theme songs to the scintillating romance novel "Soul Baby", by author, writer and producer Joseph H. James, Jr. The sultry single is available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, E-Music, Verve, Rhasody and Myspace Music.
Check out the music video and novel website below:
|Mon, October 6, 2014 at 4:05 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Joe James aka Joseph H. James, Jr. is an award winning actor, producer, director and writer. The acting bug bit Joe at an early age. At the age of thirteen he starred in his first two-act play. Before realizing he wanted to be an actor, Joe first ambition came from the late and great Arthur Ashe. At the tender age of six, he wanted to follow in Ashe's footsteps and become a professional tennis player. This dream stayed with him all the way through his senior year in high school. Tennis camps, coaches, high school tennis, district and regional tennis tournaments were a part of his life. He juggled both dreams of playing tennis and acting. While in his late teens, he won the role of the prodigal son in CBN's production of God's Trombones that lead him to a two-year contract on the CBN's soap opera Another Life. He won fans from all around the world playing the juvenile delinquent and mischievous Monroe "Monk" Lassiter. He has worked in film, television, commercials, stage and as a successful print model. Some of his favorite roles were playing Gordon's father on Sesame Street, drug kingpin Larry Hoover in the Prosecutors, various roles on ABC and CBS soaps and his critically acclaimed performance as his hero Arthur Ashe in the award winning labor of love docudrama Arthur! A Celebration of Life, which he also produced, wrote and directed. In addition, he produced the full-scale soundtrack to Arthur!lead by 15-time Grammy Award winner Alicia Keys. Joe wrote the screenplay Soul Baby back in 2002 and shopped it around before deciding to adapt it into a novel. He's written the television pilot for Soul Baby as well as spearheaded several other projects. He and his writing partner David Allensworth adapted playwright Terrance Afer-Anderson's play The Fifth into a screenplay. Joe and David also have several other projects that they have created including the innovative short film Hope's Portal and a feature film "Soil" with filmmaker Moniere', and a trivia game called Flashback Trivia for the iPhone and iPad. Joe is currently working on the book and lyrics for a Broadway bound musical. He co-produced the award-winning short film Alienated,starring Vincent Pastore with Pavaline Studios and wrote the television pilot for Alienated with Douglas Gilbert. He has partnered with Pavaline Studios to create and contribute several reality television programs that are being pitched to the networks. Contact him at: email@example.com or www joejamesjr.com
|Tue, February 4, 2014 at 7:47 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
The incomparable Arthur Ashe was the first man to win the US Open in 1968 and is still the only Black man to win the Australian, Wimbledon and the US Open. His protege' Yannick Noah won the French Open in 1983. In the mid 1960's, Arthur Ashe stood alone on the tennis courts around the world in front of a sea of White spectators. He stood strong, tall and proud and endured many hardships but at the end became an international icon. In 1997, Arthur Ashe Stadium replaced Louis Armstrong Stadium, which cost $254 million to construct, features 22,547 individual seats, 90 luxury suites and is considered the biggest tennis stadium in the world. We salute Arthur for being a pioneer, activist and humanitarian.
Back in 2005, a labor of love docudrama entitled Arthur! A Celebration of Life was produced, written and directed by actor Joseph H. James, Jr.
Visit below to view the cast: