Last night was the 2nd Annual Pretty Girls Rock: Art, Music, Fashion put on and hosted by Musiq Soulchildâ€™s DJ Traci Steele of Hot 107.9.Â Â The event was held at P.Diddyâ€™s restaurant Justinâ€™s in Atlanta.
PGR had and attendance of over 500 people and the other host for the evening included Atlantaâ€™s own Pretty Girls; Traci Steele, Ebony Steele, Maria More, Rashan Ali and Nina Brown. The event benefited The Love Offering Foundation and is all about woman in the field of artistry…there were mini fashion shows, canvas painters and female performers.
DJ Traci Steele also had some of her female DJ counterparts doing a set to keep the crowd entertained which included…DJ E, DJ Speakerfoxx, DJ Cooley and DJ Jazzy T. Performances included Lynn Tate, Mika Means, D Woods and LaTocha Scott from Xscape.
D. Woods put on a stellar performance and let the entertainment world know that she is still has it.Â She performed her brand new hit track titled â€™2 The Bottomâ€™, which has more of a club / electronic feel mixes hip-hop and pop music. The track was produced by well-known producer DClax and was released through her indie label Woodgrane Entertainment.
R & B singer Mika Means ripped the stage and she performed her new hit single. Mika has performed on the Monique show, all across the country and is working on a new mixtape and album. Read More »
So I got a chance to chop it up with the BEAUTIFUL Tiffany Evans & ask her a few questions about what she has in store for the future as well as her past accomplishments & even her love life!
Question:Â Youâ€™ve been on this journey for quite some time, and beenÂ through a lot to get to where you are, What are some ofÂ the lessons you have learned?
Answer:Â Well I’ve been through quite a lot. But I doÂ believe learning is key to growth and if you aren’t learningÂ then you aren’t growing and you’re Mentally/spirituallyÂ dead. Even if you’re physically alive.So in all the lessons that I’ve Learned, Continuing toÂ Learn and grow was one of them.
Look inside to see what the “Little Lady” herself had to say.
FreddyO.com will be interviewing recording artist Tiffany Evans tomorrow about her upcoming projects as well as her company “Little Lady Ent.” as well as offering her fans a chance to win a personal phone call from the “little lady” herself! Read More »
Songstress Tiffany Evans has just released the video for her latest single Won’t Find Me. In the video we get to see that she still hasn’t missed a beat as she shows off some flashy choreography. In addition to that, she showed a lot of skin and let everyone know that she has a super tight body. Check inside for the hot video. Read More »
Fans aren’t the only ones who are in love with Queen B’s new album, celebs Tiffany Evans and K. Michelle are too. Recently both of the ladies have covered some of Beyonce’s newest hit.Â Tiffany Evans Â now covered Bey’s “1+1″. Listen to Tiffany’s version here:
While Tiffany Evans rendition of Bey’s “1+1″ is much appreciated, R.Kelly protege K. Michelle is covering Beyonce’s “Best Thing I Never Had”. K. Michelle makes the song her ownÂ titling it “Worst Man I Ever Had” and belting out lyrics that reveal all too specific details of domestic abuse and other relationship woes. Listen here:
Are you feeling either of these two covers? What do you think of the remixes? I have to say I am really loving my self some Tiffany and K. Michelle..
Check out my girl Tiffany Evans on the new cover of BE Magazine. Tiffany is trying a more sexier and mature look. I proud of Tiffany and can’t wait to see what she has in store for us next. This is what BE Magazine had to say on working with Tiffany:
â€œItâ€™s BEen a long time coming for singer/songwriter/actress Tiffany Evans, but as the old saying goes â€œgood things come to those who waitâ€¦â€; thatâ€™s a statement Tiffany may know all too well, but guess what? ITâ€™S HER TIME TO SHINE!!!! â€œ
Tell me what you all think of Tiffany’s new look by commenting below!
Dariel Pulliam an iconic hairstylist and make-up artist but to many of the people who attended his home going celebration, he was a true friend that inspired and touched everyone he encountered. His warm kind hearted spirit was a quality he was blessed with and he unknowingly improved the quality of our lives just by being himself.
The ceremony was none like I’d ever seen The City of Atlanta came out to pay their respects to my homie and most of them stood up and revealed to everyone what a blessing it was to have known him. The most beautiful part of the ceremony was when over 300 of Dariel’s friends gathered outside for the releasing of the balloons. Just before the releasing we all sang “Amazing Grace” after the song was over we said our silent prayers to him and released the spiritual balloons into the air and watched them vanish into the distance.
R&B Singer Tiffany Evans spoke about her first experience as one of Dariel’s clients. She expressed to him that he was braiding her hair too tight, Dariel simply replied,
“Sweetie If you wanna look like me, then tight is what you get”
Tiffany couldn’t deny that fact so she let him continue, (LOL) she said from their on out she and her husband welcomed Dariel into their life just like family and they developed a close a healthy bond.
Celebrity hair stylist Derek J was unable to attend do to unexpected schedule, but he sent his sister to speak kind words on his behalf on how much he loves, respect, and adores his friend and colleague.
Hip Hop Artist Mika Means, conveyed how Dariel always had a keen intuition for people enduring trying times. She said every time she and Dariel were in each others presence, he always sensed she needed to talk to someone and every time Dariel was there to be an ear for her and issue out his words of wisdom. He never spoke negative of anyone and always embraced positivity EVERYWHERE he went.
I was lost for words after finding out that the homie Dariel had died. I have to say I will always remember that he was always extra crazy and funny. You never know what he would do or say next here is a pictures from the first time I met him and Frankie he always kept me laughing.
On Monday April 5, 2011 at the age of 29 Dariel has gone home to rest with God. Darielâ€™s true love for God allowed him to love everyone. Dariel D. Pulliam Jr. was a celebrity hairstylist known for his appearances on BETâ€™s â€œKeyshia Cole â€“ The Way it is,â€ â€œTears Shears and Beauty,â€ and the â€œFrankie n Neffe show.â€
Darielâ€™s career blossomed in Baltimore, MD under the guidance of Renea Whitherspoon, Rondy and Steeley Griffen, and Carmen Brown. From their training he learned how to manipulate current hair styles and produce new hair trends. After mastering his craft, he decided to move to Atlanta to pursue a freelance career while furthering his education and training.
While being in Atlanta for only a short period he became key hair stylist for multiple music videos, photo shoots, and runway shows. He has also been a featured hairstylist on the cover of national publications, image consultant to established and upcoming artist, and a nation platform artist for major hair care distributors. While blossoming in his freelance career Dariel P. wanted to take on the hair competition arena. After winning his very first hair show he caught the competitive bug and went on to become one of the top hairstylists in the field winning the title as Atlantaâ€™s best hair stylist in 2010.Read More »