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All smiles for National Author Shontel Greene after book sales hit over 10,000 units the first week of the release of Mastermind
Shontel Greene releases book Mastermind: Born a Statistic, Determined to Die a Winner 12 Years Later https://youtu.be/Q7XCUXUrUyw
All smiles for National Author Shontel Greene after book sales hit over 10,000 units the first week of the release of Mastermind. The unforgiving urban environment of Baltimore City has produced many prolific individuals. From Elite athletes and actors to legendary entertainers and musicians, Baltimore’s unique street culture and demographic structure churn out individuals who seem impervious to the volatile ebb and flow of inner-city life. Many have overcome insurmountable challenges and have succeeded as a result but no one has a story quite like Shontel Greene’s. The product of a pair of drug-addicted parents, Shontel made the decision to become a drug dealer at the impressionable age of 14. Though her environment repeatedly affirmed that her life expectancy may not stretch beyond her late teenage years, she consciously decided that she would defy the odds and secure a future beyond the dilapidated streets she hustled on. Shontel set clear goals and through her determination, she would go on to follow her dreams and become a registered nurse, like her mother, before her fall to heroin. Shontel’s accomplishments hardly end after her entry into the Nursing world, she currently holds a Masters Degree in Nursing and is in graduate school at LaSalle University, seven months away from her (DNP) Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. She is set to receive her degree in May 2023 Academic pursuits aside, Shontel currently owns two businesses.
The first, More Than Just Friends Adult Medical Day Center, serves as a wholesome space to host patients throughout the day with medication therapy, as well as activities and events meant to keep them mentally and physically strong. The second, Nursez R Us, is a residential service agency providing adult dependent care to qualifying citizens in the state of Maryland. 95% of clients come from the underserved population of those receiving state Medicaid and federal Medicare assistance. As a multi million-dollar business, Nursez R Us ranked #96 in Black Enterprise two years in a row for one of the largest growing Black-owned businesses. As a self-published author, her book, MASTERMIND Born A Statistic, Determined To Die A Winner! is out now make sure you order and purchase her new book. It’s going to be a New York Times Best Seller.
Nursez R Us
Baltimore, MD 21202
[NEW MUSIC] Lil 40 (Krugermanlil40) X Mooskie 200 (@MOOSKIE200) – “Attack”
Lil 40 and Mooskie 200 – Outstanding Members Artists releases their Debut Single, “Attack” on all Music Platforms
Once again, Outstanding Members’ Artists Lil 40 and Mooskie 200 team up to bring you their single “Attack.” As you may know, rap artists from Chicago deliver clear messages in their music. The message in “Attack” is quite clear and skillfully produced by Loot G. The drill song is about attacking the competition and is reminding them to steer clear of the inevitable. The single was released today on all digital music streaming platforms.
Lil 40 Krugerman is one of Chicago’s finest rising stars coming into his own musically, achieving infamy and success in an unorthodox way — by signing to Outstanding Members Records. He began rapping at an early age with his late brother. What started off as a mere child’s play developed into a serious musical journey that became a career. Beginning in the rap game as a “40”, he eventually added “Lil” as a tribute to distinguish himself and his stature to stand apart from the rest. Fiercely independent and raising hell, he’s found his niche with his hardcore fans with chart-topping collaborations with fellow labelmates Baby Goat, Mooskie 200, and BCG Lil Fame. He’s also into producing, learning, and honing his craft over new beats coming soon in 2022.
Lil 40 Krugerman is an artist of tomorrow and today. Words, sounds, ambiance, vision, and scripture keep him at the moment, in the relevance of his generation as he moves forward as an O.S.M Recording artist.
His lyrics are not politically correct. His truth is often accused of being a lie. The words Lil 40 Krugerman spits on the mic are in the moment, in the right now, and will be decades from now when his tracks are classics.
Mooskie 200 has been surrounded by music his entire life. His father was a rapper and music producer who formed several acclaimed recording groups and record labels and would rehearse at home with other local rappers and producers from around the Chicagoland area.
As a young boy, Mooskie 200 was fascinated with these artists and would visit with them while they rehearsed. His father introduced him to classic hip-hop and R&B, filling the house with everything from Motown to Def Jam. Mooskie 200 had his second musical awakening when he discovered early 90s Gangster Rap. His musical inspiration comes from artists like NWA, Ice-T, MC Eiht and Compton’s Most Wanted, 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G., DMX, and others.
The labelmates have brought other singles like “Shake Sum.” Stay tuned for Lil 40 and Mooskie’s “Attack” video coming soon! Also, be sure to connect with Lil 40 Kruegerman and Mooskie 200 on all social media and digital music platforms.
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IL Boi and 23 KP have collaborated to create a track for music lovers across the world ‘7 Days A Week’
IL Boi and 23 KP have collaborated to create a track for music lovers across the world. 7 Days A Week has not only Hip Hop elements on the track but also a spicy salsa feel with a combination of R&b and soul. Everything is all rolled into one great record for our fans.
IL Boi and 23 KP along with background vocalist Whitley D complement each other throughout the record. This is a must-listen record that gives off nothing but good vibes. It has a catchy hook and that right blend to feed the soul of music lovers.
Pkilla Musik delivers the visual to his single “Loving On You”
Pkilla Musik`s Breakout Song “Loving On You” has reached the ears of millions. With over 1 million streams, Pkilla Musik is not scared to grab his fans with witty phrases and smooth words. Pkilla Musik`s song “Loving On You” has smooth upbeat futuristic waves and sound`s that stimulate the mood. The song is produced by Rich Boy Dior.
Pkilla Musik’s new hot singles, move the dance floor and build an overwhelming response from fans, DJs, and radio stations. ” I am very excited about the way things have started to move forward for this Rising Star”. Said, his management team. FM Radio Promotion is part of Pkilla Musik Records Corporation (Music Services). Check Out His FM radio appearance on Phoenix 98 FM Radio Station.
Pkilla Musik was featured on Rising Star`s Radio Show. “Rising Star” is our regular radio show and podcast which allows the unsigned and emerging artists from around the world to get their music out to our regular audience of 99,000 listeners – 38,000 on FM in East London and South Essex area with 61,000 online. Be sure to connect with Pkilla on his website, social media, and digital music platforms.
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Madison street designs founder Tiffany Veney always believed there was bigger
Are You Living in Your Truth? – Success Talks #3 w/Tiffany Veney
I’m Tiffany Veney born and raised in the inner city of East Baltimore. My background is typical of any inner-city child in the 80s. My mother was addicted to drugs, my father was in prison, and I was raised by my grandmother. Since I was the oldest of 7 kids, I was tasked with taking care of my siblings. I hated it lol. I grew up with the two oldest. Two of them were adopted, one was raised by an extended family member and the baby was raised primarily by his dad. Although my grandmother raised me, I was still in foster care. Despite the struggle, I wouldn’t change anything. I wouldn’t be as resilient today without going through all the challenges I’ve endured. The only thing I feel sets me apart is that I always believed there was bigger out there for me. I’m blessed to still have been shown a different way out. Whether it was going to the house of the people I worked for (at 12 yes before a work permit), who lived in Essex off the water or being in the Living Classroom Program. I’ve always been determined to not let my situation define me. As a child, I was always intrigued by home renovations. In fact, I really wanted to be a construction worker. I quickly erased that from my mind because I told myself that it was a manly job. I later begged to go to Baltimore Polytechnic Institute because I felt like engineering was the next best thing. In college, I studied architecture then quickly switched my major to Finance. I convinced myself, mainly due to the lack of woman presence in the industry, that I needed to go with a safer field. At 25, I bought my first house. I felt so accomplished and ahead of the game. I made some bad financial decisions and lost it a few years later. I still think Wells Fargo owes me for that due to their unsavory loan modification processes back then, but I digress. I still learned a lot from that situation and one of the most important lessons was the importance of home ownership. Home ownership is a great accomplishment, it can create generational wealth, it becomes an asset you can later leverage and it also gives a great sense of pride in your neighborhood. I now look at Real Estate as a tool to financial freedom. Whether it’s the property you occupy or one you rent out, there’s several opportunities to make money from real estate. The caveat is also that there’s tons of ways to lose in real estate as well. Before making a purchase, you should look at the current value of homes, their current condition, the cost to bring the home up to date if needed, and if the asking price falls within or under the market price. I decided to get my real estate license when I was 25 but unfortunately that was right when the housing market crashed so I stayed in finance Years later. I tried property management and that was more hands on but not in the right direction. After working for someone else managing their rehab projects for a few years, I decided to start my own business and take on my own projects. I’m still amazed by the transformations that can take place. Whether it’s residential or commercial, I view it as a blank canvas with endless opportunities. I love to be innovative, creative, functional and modern.
MADISON STREET DESIGN AND BUILD GROUP
5616 Park Heights Ave, Ste 6 Baltimore, MD 21215