Client Chinara Butler of UGQ Enterprises LLC sat down with BET recently and shared memories of her late husband Chad "Pimp C" Butler one half of the legendary UGK.
Watch the full clip below.
LeBron's camp slapped my beloved University of Alabama with an Infringement Notice that smelled heavily of a Cease & Desist (although they deny it is a cease and desist) for releasing a digital series called "Shop Talk" strikingly similar to "The Shop" released by LeBron's Uninterrupted platform.
Here are the details and clips of both shows from ESPN, Alabama, and UnInterrupted:
Following client Kitti Jones' appearance on NBC's TODAY Show with Megyn Kelly featuring her biographical novel "I Was Somebody Before This" the Muse.com featured the book on it's 12 Perfect Books for Your End-of-Summer Reading List.
A definite page turning must read story of survival despite the unthinkable, Kitti's book is available for Kindle and on Paperback: HERE
Client Kitti Jones was recently featured on the TODAY show with Megyn Kelly detailing her experiences of domestic abuse, starvation, and survival with singer R. Kelly. If you haven't read Kitti's book "I Was Somebody Before This." please take a moment to watch this short clip, her story of survival and strength really give perspective to what you have been hearing in the news.
I was mentioned by RollingStone.com after Times Up officially launched a campaign joining forces with the #MuteRKelly movement to demand industry action and consumer activism against the R&B singer who has yet to face repercussions despite decades worth of evidence and countless survivors including client Kitti Jones detailing the abuse, starvation, and sexual assault at the hands of Kelly. I am a proud member of Times Up and applaud their Women of Color working group for putting R Kelly at the top of their action list.
Kelly's team responded to the campaign comparing the efforts to a public lynching of a black man of which Rollings Stone cover the opinion of myself, Ms. Jones, and others. Find out my thoughts and read the full article here:
Much more than an awards show, the Recording Academy hosted it's 20th annual GRAMMYs on the Hill April 18 and 19 in Washington, providing a unified push to support the Music Modernization Act and usher in concrete reforms for all music creators. I was honored to be among the 100 delegates invited by the Recording Academy to take part.
Here are some of the highlights: