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|Mon, June 26, 2017 at 8:00 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Meet Haley Smith, a multi-talented teen with a powerful message. Singing has long been a passion of hers since she started flexing her vocal skills at the age of six. After losing her father to street violence at the younger of 13, she was able to channel her loss and deliver a winning performance at the Apollo shortly after. But it didn't stop there, producer Chas Bronxson had caughter her moving performance and worked with the teen on her single I Miss My Daddy.
" I wanted to help young kids out there like me that don't have a relationship with father," says the 16 year old. Bronxon also adds that they plan on dealing with the reasons that little girls are missing a parent whether it's from absence by choice, death, or the military.
The busy 10th grader, who happens to act and is an accomplished dancer as well, still manages to find time to be a teenager enjoying shows like The Vampire Diaries, Ghost Whisperer, and Grey's Anatomy and listening to artists like August Alsina, Chris Brown, and The Weeknd.
See The Music Video For "I Miss MyDaddy" HERE:
You can find Haley's singles "SafePlace" and "Silent Night" (Rendition) for purchase andstreaming on ITunes, Amazon, Tidal, IHeart Radio, Spotify etc.
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|Wed, April 19, 2017 at 7:30 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Your new favorite girl group is serving you Work their latest single! Matthew Knowles' triple threat Blush isn't showing any signs of slowing down after the success of their last single Cinderella. Sunni, Bunni Ray, and Tali are giving us major girl-power vibes in this video and aren't shy about showcasing same sex love. See Blush's New Video For Work HERE!
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|Tue, November 15, 2016 at 7:00 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
This fall I attended a dinner organized by the ladies of The Feminist Business Society, but this wasn't your average ladies luncheon. Founded by Erin Johnson, Tamika Mason, and Brittany & Tiffany Moye, the banquet focused on professional women pooling their resources and contacts to further their own business' and professional aspirations. To say that it was inspiring is the least. With it's core founders being from my home town of Camden, NJ their ultimate goal and vison is anything but self-serving, that was proven in the discussions of the night.Everything about the dinner made the attendees feel exclusive like they were becoming apart of something great for the city at the ground floor. The location was kept secret until days before revealing itself to be at The Camden County Historical Society building. Ladies were escorted on a guided tour before being seated in a dinning hall and treated to a sit down dinner with entertainment by rising singing and spoken word artist Rayel. The evening continued with networking and formal introductions. We were then encouraged to open up about our experiences in the work force, the struggle of female entrepreneurism, and balancing work, education, and of course family life. When the dinner concluded their was solidarity and power in the air, and it smelled like feminism.Amidst the bustle and excitement in the end I grabbed time to sit with the founders and discuss their goals for the society.
The Media Bee: Thanks for siting down with me at the end of your exciting evening! Can you tell me a little bit about how the society came together.
Erin Johnson: I had this ideal and reached out to Brittany Moye, a beaqutique owner who brought her sister Tiffany whos and aspiring decorator.
Tamika Mason: I grew up with Erin and I was following her and saw that she released her own on line boutique and was so intrigued with her feminist clothing line and had to reach out to tell her an idea I had brewing. From there we kind of collaborated ideas and that's how this all came together.
The Media Bee: All of you ladies are from the city of Camden, where do you see this going forward as far as empowering the citizens of Camden namely young females.
Erin: This is all an experiment and I almost didn't see past this, but now we want to work on a second installment and focus on our business directory so that we can all stay connected and support each other. If you need a party planner, if you sell clothes, I don't care if you are a tutor. If you have a service, we want you in this directory. So our second installment is coming and will probably be a spring brunch.
The Media Bee: Brittany, it's amazing that you were all doing your own thing having the same ideas, how did you guys come up with the name for the society?
Brittany Moye: Well, Erin and I met by networking on social media and instantly clicked and we just started brainstorming of what to call this and I thought of here collection and it was right in front of us- The Feminists!
The Media Bee: Tiffany, do you see this getting bigger?
Tiffany Moye: Yes, definitely! I'm just happy to be on board, I'm an up and coming event planner, and I wan this to become huge, especially for the city of Camden.
The Media Bee: Do you ladies think you will be branching out to holding other events not just for women but for the city of Camden.
Erin: A portion of the proceeds from my personal business goes to non-profit organizations and community service projects here in the city. We don't have to create new things if it already exists. We had quite a few ladies here tonight from non-profits and I'm willing and ready to rally around and support them.
The Media Bee: Well we will definitely be looking out for more Feminists Business Society events in the future!
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|Sat, October 15, 2016 at 7:00 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Take part in a World Class Dinner event that will include an exclusive guided tour of the private location, "red-carpet treatment", a three-course meal by one of Baltimore's finest female chefs, a live performance and an open forum discussion focused around women in business (different industries and positions). A night of great vibes with like minded intellectuals and creatives.
Saturday, October 29th From 6:00 pm- 10:00 pm
Private Location will be disclosed to all confirmed guests.Hint: Mini Mansion in Camden, NJ built in the 1700s and owned by famous Camden familyClear your calendar - Event of the YEAR! You're invited to take part in the festivities. This is going to be epic! #fembizsocietydinner
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