Exclusive Interview: R&B Vocalist Antonio Ramsey Chats on ‘FunkTrap’ EP

R&B crooner, Antonio Ramsey recently released his highly anticipated EP, “FunkTrap: The Unveiling”.  The EP features six funk-trap-vibe-filled melodies. Earlier this summer, Antonio released the in-your-face single, “Trash” to rave reviews.  Prior to that, he introduced the smash and well received song, “Rituals”. READ MORE HERE: https://purposelyawakened.com/exclusive-interview-rb-vocalist-antonio-ramsey-chats-on-funktrap-ep/

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Exclusive Interview: Joshua Leonard Creates Superhero Cartoon to Inspire Youth with Disabilities

In February 2018, the African American community was on a high horse. Marvel had released Black Panther, which was major because it was one of the first and few superhero movies that featured an all Black cast. For a young Black boy, or girl, in the hood, seeing a Black superhero on the big screen gives them inspiration. Inspiration…

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Exclusive Video Interview: Sherri Bryant Premieres Video for ‘It’s My Time’ During Red Carpet Gala

(EMPIRE NEWS NETWORK (ENN)— Come dressed in your nines or at least dress to impress on Saturday, November, 3, for the premiere of Gospel Recording Artist Sherri Bryant’s video, “It’s My Time”. The premiere will be taking place at the classic and renowned Barnsdell Gallery Theater located at 4800 Hollywood Blvd. in Los Angeles. To continue reading, please click…

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Lostkite Production Premieres Short Film and Discussion, ‘Joy’

Mental health is a critical issue in the community. Without it, people cannot function properly. On Friday, September 28 at the Auburn Research Library in Atlanta, Georgia, Lostkite Productions held a discussion and premiered their film, “Joy”, centered around mental health and healing. The Black Rose Foundation for Children was the presenting sponsor for the event. To read more…

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You Had Me At Black: Los Angeles

School is officially back in session. Speaking of school, with school comes learning and with learning comes storytelling and You Had Me At Black is one of the top outlets out there that gives us interesting stories, but not just any type of stories. You Had Me at Black is a storytelling movement reclaiming the Black narrative by passing…

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Exclusive Interview: Los Angeles Based Pop Music and TV Icon Makes Strides Nationally and Internationally

(EMPIRE NEWS NETWORK (ENN)—- When an artist can make themselves known all over the world, that is true artistry because they have the gift of drawing in crowds from different demographics. Music Artist Jaclyn Bradley is that artist. Bradley is an indie-singer songwriter and a published board-certified music therapist with a master’s degree in music therapy. She studies the…

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Theater Review: ‘Feeding A Monster’ Shines the Light and Brings Awareness to Sexual Assault

On Sunday, May 6, I had the pleasure of attending the last Los Angeles showing of ‘Feeding A Monster’, the stage play. ‘Feeding A Monster’ is the real-life story of Veronica Loving and her daughter Jazzmine Jackson. The stage play was derived from the book written by Loving and Jackson, and just as the book was in depth of…

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Theater Review: ‘Pass the Cornbread’ Brings the Family Together Through Individual Life Testimonies

When author and playwright, T’ana Phelice, decided to branch out from the literary world to the stage atmosphere, her followers and others in the community would leave her plays feeling inspired. After her first stage production, ‘The Diamond Monologues’ she wanted to continue to put out work that would impact people’s lives for the better, and hence her next…

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