How are Americans adjusting when they relocate to Africa? Nigerian talk show host Mo Abudu of Moments with Mo’ interviews an African-American who relocated to Nigeria thirty-three years ago and calls Nigeria home. Watch to see what she has to say!
Desmond Kwesi Blackmore (D-Black) is driven. He juggles several hats: actor, musician, executive producer, music entrepreneur and CEO of Ghana based ‘Black Avenue Works,’ a marketing and advertising firm, while making it look so easy. Barely two and a half years of launching his career as a full time musician, he is gaining recognition across the African continent for his … Read More
Ladybrillemag.com’s Kam Williams interviews T.I. Enjoy. _______________________________________________ Tip “T.I.” Harris is one of his generation’s most captivating speakers and one of the biggest hip-hop artists of all time. Whether they see him conversing with a room full of young people about staying in school and following their dreams, or moving tens of thousands at one of his concerts, audiences are … Read More
I heard him on NotJustOk.com a site I serve as a columnist, contributing music business and law articles. His track was titled, ‘Taxi’ and immediately captured my attention when I clicked the play button. “X.O” (Xtra-Ordinary) as he introduced himself was refreshingly talented with a “sick” word play and could clearly hold his own, globally. “If you sleeping on me, … Read More
(Los Angeles, CA) June 26th, 2010 a day after the BET International La Fete Noir party (see review), the nominees began their morning with a media tour both off site and at the Shrine Auditorium where the awards was to be held. “It doesn’t get any better than this,” said Antwi to Ladybrille Magazine at the Shrine Auditorim regarding his … Read More
“Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth may have been fired halfway through the first season of “The Apprentice,” but Donald Trump is hoping to cash in once again on the woman whose name is synonymous with reality-show villainy. A new show on TV One, “Donald J. Trump Presents: The Ultimate Merger,” offers 12 accomplished bachelors the chance to compete for Omarosa’s hand. The twist? … Read More
Perhaps not being female or not being privy to the original HBO series seriously limits one’s ability to appreciate the adaptations of Sex and the City. Regardless, this critic came away feeling the same about the sequel as I did about the original screen version. This installment is set a couple of years after the end of their first adventure, … Read More
Wesley Snipes talks his “Finest” with Ladybrille Magazine’s Kam Williams about his film career, family and latest project! “Born in Orlando on July 31, 1962 to Marian, a teacher’s aide, and Wesley, Sr., and an aircraft engineer, Wesley Trent Snipes was raised in the South Bronx, although the family moved back to Florida before he was able to graduate from … Read More