Who would have ever thought a shy girl from Beaufort, South Carolina would be American Idol's Season 12 winner. She's grown a lot since only being able to sing for her parents. Life has changed for Candice Glover. Her Season 12 win is actually her third attempt at auditioning for American Idol. She's proven that she believes in herself. It was nothing short of courage to be able to face many at a third shot on the show to prove that she had what it took to take home the crown, even if she didn't know for sure herself at the time. She's motivated so many to go after what they want and to never give up. WIth the recent release of her debut album, Music Speaks, and her single, "Cried," Glover continues to motivate women everywhere.  Read the full interview to get Candice Glover a little better...


Drew 32, writer, producer, videographer—you name it he has done it. His hands on approach to his brand of music is admirable. From the D to the world, with stops along the way as an opening act for Gym Class Heroes, Kendrick Lamar, and the New Boyz hasn't hurt. His performances at Sundance Film Festival and SXSW Music Conference have done wonders for his buzz, and odds are his production going forward will be just as stellar. Drew32 Recently released The Batch, an ode to his fans, and a teaser for what 2014 and beyond hold.  Judging by the attention his hit single “I Am King,” is getting along with his mantra, 'the more content, the better,' the future is very bright for this Greek-American artist.  Parlé with me as I introduce to you… Drew 32.


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t has been three years since Ledisi released her last project, Pieces of Me, but the sultry songstress has been touring worldwide and appearing on television screens ever since. Her latest project, The Truth, serves as a natural continuum to her previous works demonstrating the behaviors of a strong, confident woman in love.  


The sequel to the 2009 release, We Are Young Money, Rise of An Empire fashions itself as something new and epic, but hinges on formulaic material that only reaches to live up to its hype. Incorporating the new signee, Euro, into the mix does assist in making the audio journey an earnest effort – if only for a time.


I’ve been a fan of this young woman since her YouTube days as Phatfffat, but nowadays she goes by Dondria Nicole. She started out as a YouTube sensation singing covers songs of artists like Usher, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Brandy and several others. After releasing her debut album with So So Def Records, Dondria became somewhat of a household name. Today, she is working on a new album to reintroduce the world to who she has become as a young woman. Miss Nicole is not only beautiful and ravishing, but home-girl can sing the heavens down!!! It was such a honor meeting and chatting with her. Check out the interview below and catch up on what this talented young lady has been up to.


Songstress and industry veteran, Ashanti is back with her first album since 2008's The Declaration. After the extended delay, the new album, Braveheart is almost surprisingly solid. Almost because it's easy to forget that Ashanti has a catalog full of hit songs and a history of putting out some pretty good music. While Declaration wasn't her best work and the single, "Good Good" left a slightly bad taste for fans and supporters, her return here is precise and well thought out. With a new team and a new label, Written Entertainment, in place, this fresh start is just what she needed to remind listeners of the quality of music she is capable of putting together.


 
 

 

 

Parlé Teen will be a free monthly magazine distributed throughout New York City and Jersey City high schools. It  will focus on educating teens and young adults on journalism and creative writing, things that quickly becoming a lost art in our school systems. Using urban entertainment we will get the teens interested in reading and hopefully participating in the project as well.
The Impact
Parlé Teen will be created by teens from high schools across the two states. Understanding that everyone isn’t a writer we also hope to show teens everything it takes to create, run, promote, and manage a business, so that they can realize that although they are teens, they have a voice too.
Parlé Teen, the magazine, is the first step in the creation of a nonprofit organization of the same name that teaches journalism, mentors the youth and provides educational enhancement.

Parlé Teen is the next generation of Parlé Magazine.  


 

Parlé Teen is a free, monthly magazine distributed throughout New York City and Jersey City high schools. The magazine focuses on educating teens and young adults on journalism and creative writing, things that are quickly becoming a lost art in our school systems. Using urban entertainment we hope to get teens interested in reading and hopefully participating in all aspects of journalism and creative writing.

 

Eventually, Parlé Teen will be created by teens from high schools across the country. We hope to show teens everything it takes to create, run, promote, and manage a business, so that they understand the steps it takes to pursue any dreams they may have.

 

Parlé Teen, the magazine, is the first step in the creation of a nonprofit organization of the same name that teaches journalism, mentors youth and provides educational enhancement.

 

 

 

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