In your own words what do you do?

I want to break into the music industry and just let he unheard voice of the people be heard, then branch out and bloom into entertainment and the big screen and become and all around entrepreneur and create opportunities for all who needs it.

What led you to your current business?

My mother being a vocalist and her side of the family being a song bird family of awesome female and male vocalist started me off in church, the. My father was a Hip hop and all around Dj so that gave me he flavor to be versatile all around.

Could you walk us through your process of developing your business?

The process of a business is starting off with a dream, then putting a written out plan to start the vision process and build a foundation. Then you root yourself and grow from there, your are the beholder of your destiny it lies in our own hands and blessing around to fulfill.

Did you encounter any particular difficulties in the beginning?

I’ve encountered difficulties since the first thought of doing music, but in the little engine that could is what I was always told, so saying no to me is like a challenging possible yes, I won’t stop til my heart stops, because my heart is all in it.

Could you share with us some industry insights?

I think the industry is giving more of a larger crowd a chance and I feel it’s my time and chance to jump in ha that pool and be among my peers and grow.

What are some important lessons you’ve learnt about business?

I’ve learned that business is business and keep it that way, try to keep personal out of it, sometimes family so you won’t have to choose against them because your business is your bank, keep it ran how you want.

Any tips for achieving success?

Success is here you just have to stick around long enough to embrace its abundance and let it shower you in glory and victory, it’s there for us all, let’s go get it.

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