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Showing posts from February 12, 2023

KENDRA & JOC Celebrate HYPE HAIR MAGAZINE Cover Star-Studded Event

  On Wednesday, Kendra and Joc celebrated their cover feature in H YPE HAIR MAGAZINE with a star-studded, intimate event at Ventanas in Atlanta. The power couple, who have become a fixture in the Atlanta entertainment scene, were joined by friends, family, and industry peers to commemorate this momentous occasion. The event was a visual spectacle, sponsored by Mielle Hair Care Products. Kendra and Joc arrived looking regal and elegant, with Kendra in a stunning gold gown and Joc in a dapper plaid suit. The two posed for photos and mingled with guests before unveiling their cover. One of the highlights of the event was a special performance from rapper Erica Banks, who took the stage to perform her hit song "Ain’t Got Time" The crowd was electrified by her performance. Throughout the evening, guests were treated to delicious appetizers , and cocktails, all while mingling with some of the most influential people in Atlanta's entertainment industry. The event was attended b

Strange Love Premiere

  "A Night to Remember: Recap of the "Strange Love" Premiere The highly anticipated premiere of "Strange Love" arrived. With a star-studded cast including Executive Producer Kountry Wayne, Director Carl Anthony Payne, Star-Studded Cast Marquita Goings, Erica Pinkett, Rolanda Rochelle, Michael Anthony, and Ms. Juicy. "Strange Love" follows the story of Kountry Wayne as a young, attractive African American man who sees himself as the epitome of masculinity, until he is confronted by his wife Megan, played by Marquita Goings, who works as a phone sex operator. In an effort to save their marriage, they buy a luxurious home for $25,000. However, things take a bizarre turn when Megan discovers that her husband has fallen in love with a sensual ghost that lives in their new  Strange Love is a hilarious comedy that had the crowd laughing from beginning to end. Kountry Wayne and Marquita Goings had excellent chemistry on screen, and their performances were n

"Black History Month Celebrated at Trap Music Museum with "Black Currency" Art Exhibit Honoring Atlanta-based Businesses."

To celebrate Black History Month, the Trap Music Museum will showcase the contributions of black businesses and ownership through an art exhibit titled "Black Currency". This event will highlight several Atlanta-based businesses that have made a significant impact on the cultural landscape, with artwork serving as a means of free expression. The businesses being honored include Magic City, Slim & Huskys, Paw Kids, Collective Gallery, AKOO, and TomrO.