Singer and television personality Tammy Rivera held her private album listening event hosted by Da Brat with sounds by Traci Steele at Lips in Atlanta this week to celebrate and pinpoint favorite tracks from her upcoming album Conversations.
Attendees included husband Waka Flocka, Grammy Award-nominated artist Lil Mo, super-producer Sean Garrett, Deb Antney, Nivea, Toya Wright-Johnson, Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Marlo Hampton and more. READ MORE
Mann Robinson Productions cordially invites you to attend the exclusive screening and red carpet premiere of the new film TURNT, starring and executive produced by Jamal “Gravy” Woolard and Torrei Hart, alongside a star studded cast; Lil Mo, Nicole “Hoopz” Alexander, Mann Robinson, Calico Jonez, Benzino, HotBoy Turk, Lil Bankhead, Althea Heart, Simone Shepherd, Rip Michaels, and more.
TURNT is a gripping drama that shows the inner turmoil of Rilla, played by Jamal Woolard, as he deals with the demons of wanting to avenge the death of his brother and his rise to the top as a superstar in the rap game.
(ATLANTA, GA) – September 5, 2017 – Atlanta Black Gay Pride, the country’s leading LGBTQ annual pride marked it’s 21st year celebration with a roaring line-up occurring during the Labor Day holiday weekend including, Cardi B, Sevyn Streeter, Lil Kim, Keke Palmer, Todrick Hall, Lil Mo, Karlie Redd, Trina Braxton, Melissa “DJ M” Scott, Dondria Nicole, Amiyah Scott, Tamar Braxton, Dream Doll, Brandon Karson, Gary Lavard, Tiffany Fox and more. A portion of proceeds from the weekend’s festivities will be used to benefit homeless LGBT youth and those infected/affected with HIV/AIDS via The Vision Community Foundation. The 2017 Atlanta Black Gay Pride took on a special meaning this year as many patrons mourn the recent unfortunate loss of Atlanta’s own transgender woman, Miss Troy “Tee Tee” Dangerfield.
After Lil Mo took to Instagram Thursday afternoon to reveal that she had been fired from her radio job on Washington D.C.’s WKYS, folks began wondering if it was due to her passionate defense of Chrisette Michele’s decision to perform at a Donald Trump Inauguration party, and her criticism of Spike Lee for dropping Michele’s song from his “She’s Gotta Have It” series. READ MORE
I am having the time of my life partying and covering the 2015 CIAA Tournament. All of the biggest stars and sports enthusiast have come to Charlotte to cheer on their favorite teams and get their party on.