1. Vivian Denise Billings, also known as the "NYC Gossip Girl" was first introduced to the entertainment industry in 2001 working as talent coordinator for "All Access DVD", a then very popular media outlet. Soon after, Vivian began penning her...  Read More

  2. An award-winning, on-air/online journalist, host and producer, Sharon Carpenter has become a go-to expert on both hip hop and pop culture. Born and raised in the UK, Sharon has built a stellar reputation in America through her work for the BBC,...  Read More

  3. Candice "Ms. Drama" Williams began her media career at Spelman College, where she received her first taste of reporting and interned at a local news station (WSB-TV), honing her skills of writing and reporting for broadcast television. Shortly...  Read More

  4. JasFly is a New York based writer, journalist and multi-media personality. A Chicago native, Jas attended the legendary Columbia College film program which led to a nine-year career in film production and television development where she worked...  Read More

  5. K. Foxx grew up surrounded by the sounds of the streets and the creative energy of New York City. She honed her talents as a dancer while attending the prestigious Professional Performing Arts High School in New York City. Studying with the world...  Read More

  6. Kim Osorio excelled when she became the first ever and only female Editor In Chief of The Source Magazine. Having been with the magazine, dubbed the bible of hip hop, for just two years before rising to the top editorial spot on the masthead, Kim...  Read More

  7. Angela Yee started her career in radio as a co-host on the "Cipha Sounds Effect" morning show at Sirius Satellite Radio. She was drafted by Eminem's manager, Paul Rosenberg, to audition for the slot after inquiring about an available marketing...  Read More