Her name is Melissia Rene. There’s no need to give her any other title because she is definitely making a name for herself. She will soon open a clothing boutique, Devanna Love. That name is inspired by both of her children. It was such great pleasure talking to this beauty. She took the time out of her busy schedule to do this interview. And I do mean busy! We talked while she was in route to a family vacation. She was super positive and very down to Earth. I enjoyed every minute of it. Check out this interview to get to know who Melissia really is.
You may recognize April Daniels as Tamar’s friend on WE TV’s Tamar and Vince. She and her husband, singer, songwriter and producer; Lashawn Daniels; are great friends of Tamar and Vince. If you follow April on social media; I’m sure you’ll agree that she seems very positive and strong. Her beauty seems to shine inside and out. It’s always great to see positivity. April is a business woman and mogul in the making herself. I had the opportunity to interview April. Read on to see what she has to say!
Some individuals require no introduction. Unless you've been living under a rock for the last 20 years you're familiar with the Marc Eckō brand, one that grew from a rhino on clothing with Eckō Unlimited to now dealing with video games, a publishing division and so much more. Having created a million dollar empire, Marc Milecofsky, a Lakewood, New Jersey native is one of the great entrepreneurs of our generation. A conversation with him yields a different kind of honesty however, about life, business and the importance of a brand. Marc's openness about his failures and his missteps provide more insight than an entire catalog of self-help and how-to books. The journey from playing with graffiti designs in his parent’s basement to what we know now as the Marc Eckō Enterprises brand can provide inspiration to even the most terrified of potential innovators. Our interview is just the tip of the iceberg.
If you’re an avid reader, you’ve probably heard of Miasha. She introduced herself to many in 2006 with her debut novel, Secret Society. Her debut received rave reviews and an array of national press including BET, CBS, CNN and The Wendy Williams Experience. Oh but, Miasha didn’t stop there. In 2008 she and her husband Rich Coleman, produced the stage play adaptation of Secret Society. The show sold out every date and venue and went on tour in 2009. I can go on and on about the success she’s achieved but this interview is not quite about her this time around. It’s about the Rich Boys-Ace and Amir Coleman. Those are her sons –determined entrepreneurs in their own right. That’s quite impressive considering that they’re just 9 and 4 years old. Yes, these Rich Boys are following in their mother’s footsteps. Rich Boys is the name of their clothing line, a line “For Boys Who Just Like To Look Fly.” There’s a powerful message behind their movement. Read the interview to learn more.
He was born Jerrode McClain but if you follow him on social media you should know that he's simply, "DivoJB." He's a hair stylist, fashion stylist and a Blog Talk Radio Co-host. He even styled Houston rapper Paul Wall wife's hair for the 2010 Grammy's. Now he has his own line of scarves. Read the interview below to find out what he has in store.