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Introducing 6xCertified Post Op Practitioner/Body Sculptor Monierica Thomas known as Prima Donna

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Monierica Thomas known as Prima Donna is the leading lady of the south with beauty enhancements. She specializes in Lash Extensions, Colombian Style Post Op and Body Sculpting, Hyaluronic Acid Fillers and many more. She travels with individuals for cosmetic surgery and provide services in their private location or Recovery Home. Monierica is a medical assistant, phlebotomy, health and wellness coach along with many other credentials. Monierica have Doctoral in Entrepreneurship from National University. Monierica is highly recommended in the south and very knowledgeable and passionate of all services she provides

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Meet The Top Media Personality “Kayla Got The 411” @kaylagothe411

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After winning the award for top podcast female at the Hip Hop fraternity awards in March 2022. Kayla is proving she is setting herself apart from others. She is showing that the underdog can win when they’re talented. Her show is the top show for giving upcoming artists who have a buzz or recently signed a chance to be heard. Many others are chasing behind celebrities to hear the same story that has been told hundreds of times. Kayla is getting their story 1st before their rise to fame. Her show is for the people! The everyday person on their way to work. The mom who is making breakfast for her kids, wanting to get the weekly 411. Or the truck drivers who drive on the road and want to laugh and keep up. There are segments for everyone, no matter the race or age.

Growing up with such a creative gene, Kayla, like many rising stars, never knew she had a future doing it. It wasn’t until college doing a script writing class, Kayla’s professor recommended she blog, or get into media. Many of Kayla’s teachers would mention how great she was at writing, designing, and public speaking. Taking it into consideration, Kayla started her blog in 2015 called “Just Like You”. It was about fashion, relationships, and girl talk. By 2016 Kayla became the media personality she is today, Kayla Got The 411. She grew into entertainment news and her brand was buzzing with traffic. Her break-out post was called
“Good Girl Done Wrong-Jordin Sparks ex Sage The Gemini caught on audio”
www.kaylagotthe411.com/2016/02/good-girl-done-wrong-jordin-sparks-ex.html. Thousands came to the website to hear the audio that Kayla could get 1st.

By 2018, Kayla took her voice to the podcast world. This was when Kayla’s outspoken personality shined. She created segments like What’s The 411 giving her take on pop culture news, and Whopping Wednesday still talking girl talk topics. People in the podcast network noticed Kayla because of her graphic design work, she designs herself. Nobody was doing it like Kayla. Not just talking, but making sure her shows were unique. Right before the pandemic, Kayla turned her show into an official talk show called Kayla Got The 411. What now more segments like What’s Good, What’s The Reaction, What’s Your Story. With a monetized website, podcast, and talk show on YouTube, Kayla is proving why she is the HBIC of her operation. Over 500,000 people watch or listen to her because she is the producer, videographer, graphic design, and personality. She is the next big Media Personality. Furthermore, she has the personality, the charm, and the ability to create her own show without the backing of a network.

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Michael Harbut is a man that wears many hats: American rapper, songwriter, record producer, author, record executive, A&R executive, actor, movie producer, music video director and producer, celebrity booking agent, business and music consultant, guest speaker, and entrepreneur.

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Michael Harbut: Why should you work with this multi-talented artist? Michael Harbut is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, and author, among other things. He has worked as an actor, movie producer, music video director and producer, celebrity booking agent, music industry adviser, public speaker, and entrepreneur. In the years between 2008 and 2022, he worked in shadows in the film, television, and music industries. He has collaborated with a wide array of people, including company owners, actors, actresses, musicians, entrepreneurs, brands, celebrities, investors, big record labels, independent record labels, production firms, producers, politicians, and directors. He also collaborated with NBA, NFL, NHL, MLB, PGA, ATP, NASCAR, Boxing, and other elite sportsmen. He has experience working with a wide range of clients, including startups, Fortune 500 firms, tech startups, and more. Although he was born in Ohio, he spent his formative years in both his hometown and various locations across the Golden State. While he was growing up, he shuttled me back and forth between Compton and Oakland, California, and Dayton, Ohio. In Dayton, Ohio, he attended Meadowdale High School for one year (the ninth grade). When he was cut from the freshman basketball team, he decided to drop out of school. For this reason, he skipped the first two and a half years of high school and then enrolled at Belmont High School, where he played varsity basketball for a single year. After that, the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) informed him that he could no longer play high school basketball under the Clair Muscaro OHSAA’s jurisdiction. So he moved away from Ohio to go to Redemption Christian Academy, a prep school in Troy, New York. His teammate Lamar Odom went on to win an NBA championship with the Los Angeles Lakers and play for several more teams. He had to return to Ohio when his time at Redemption Christian Academy ended owing to commitments with his family there. Later, he completed his education at Belmont High School in Dayton, Ohio. He enrolled at Central State University and spent a year there after finishing high school. When he was done with his studies at Central State University, he transferred to Clark State Community College to play basketball and earn his Associate of Arts degree in Elementary Education. He then attended Upper Iowa University, where he played college basketball and received a bachelor’s degree in business marketing. After finishing college, he stayed at Wells Fargo Financial through 2008. He left following the 2008 market and housing collapse. He then embarked on a journey of discovery, moving from place to place in search of work and a new identity. Later, he decided to start Bottom2thatop Entertainment which is a multi-entity company. He was the CEO and co-founder of Global Music Distribution, Music Royalty Financing, IAM Feeling Good CBD and Hemp Company, Hoops and Vacation, Authentic Digital Marketing, Jetsetters Booking Agency, Linked Management, Solar Energy ASAP, Bottom2thatop Records, Authentic Creative Marketing. Jetsetters Marketing & Management Group Worldwide TM, and a few more companies are all under his leadership and direction. Furthermore, he and his son Michael Anderson have published more than fifty children’s books and have plans to publish an autobiography in addition to a number of works of fiction, novels, and nonfiction. This man splits his time between the cities of Miami, California, and Las Vegas. Since he was 7 years old till he was 23 years old, he played basketball, and it is his favorite sport. He was a player at every level from the Amateur Athletic Union through High School to Prep School to College. It’s been a long time since he last picked up a basketball, and that was in college. His original goal in life was to become a professional basketball player for the NBA, but since that didn’t work out, he’s moved on to pursue other passions in the arts, including business, entertainment, and music. Over the course of his career, he has collaborated with numerous companies, including Jordan Tower Films, Worldstarhiphop, Universal Music Group, Livenation, ICM, Willaim Morris, CAA, Def Jam Records, MMP, New Money Twinz, Artest Media Group, and more. He has faith in Allah, and he loves his mom, his kids, his family, his friends, his team, and his coworkers. His message is, “Never give up and always put Allah first.” What doesn’t destroy you makes you stronger, he adds. With Allah’s help and your own determination, you may accomplish anything. Keep your mind on the task at hand, and learn to appreciate yourself, your fellow man, and your existence. Stick to the established norms. Knowledge and love, in the name of Allah, are potent weapons.

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http://www.iammichaelharbut.com/
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Get To Know Richard “ItsRichZ” Zeller The Music Manager Leading The Tri-State Music Scene

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Hiphop is a rebels’ game. Since the genre’s inception, it has always been the wild cards, the free thinkers, the outlaws, and the nonconformists who have moved the needle the farthest.

Hip-hop was, and still is, the subculture that the world’s beat marches to. Nothing about it was anything like what came before it, and neither were the characters it birthed.

Simply put, no other music genre also doubles as a fully-fledged ecosystem, a lifestyle, and a mindset. To be “hip-hop” doesn’t mean you spit bars or just make beats. That would be an understatement.

Those who changed how the music industry operated on a core level have been predominantly born from Hip-hop. Its thought leaders in every generation and iteration came with fresh ideas, unique blueprints, disruptive spirits, and an almost prophetic vision of where not only the industry, but pop culture, was going.
Rick Ruben, Russell Simmons, Lyor Cohen, Jay Z, Kanye West, and more all proved this in their own eras and ways. The newest name added to this shortlist of culture shifters is New Jersey’s Richard “ItsRichZ” Zeller.

Richard "ItsRichZ" Zeller

Zeller became the name you needed to know in the northeast over the past 18 months, rising along with the sound he helped to define, promote and bring to the masses known as Jersey Drill.

Unlike its more traditional counterpart from Chicago, the original birth of the uber gangster subgenre Drill, Jersey Drill borrows from UK Grime, 4-on-the-floor house music, 90’s pop, and Fastlane trap to craft a sonic experience as unique as the state it emanated from.

And it’s only getting bigger. Jersey Drill went from obscurity on Newark-based Soundclouds and in the basements of Garden State clubs to now being incorporated into the sonic fabric of the biggest mainstream artists on earth, with even UK superstar AJ Tracey jumping on the wave in London.

Zeller is a modern hybrid manager & executive producer, part of this new cresting wave of creatives in business that are swiss army knife visionaries whose work transcends any singular title. Citing the likes of Kanye West, Scooter Braun, and Danny “SU” Griffin as inspiration, Rich takes the lessons learned from watching their journeys in the music industry and mixes them with his years of discipline and loyalty from being in the United States Army to lead his troop of artists through the battlefield of being an independent artist and into the land of success.

“Learn the game’s rules. Learn your chess board and your pieces. once you know the parameters and what you are working with you become unstoppable.” – Rich Zeller

Zeller is one of the driving forces behind the creation and growth of Major Independent record label Sloppy Vinyl; Rich has put in countless hours and buckets of blood, sweat, and tears to bring artists like OnlyJahmez, LAW, & 90rackss to the forefront of the public consciousness as well as the ever-growing culture of New Jersey rap.

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This master of marketing is not just intent on doing the basics, Rich Zeller has his hand in television and radio helping his artists get national television time for their videos with premieres on MTV, Revolt, Music Choice, and more.

A work ethic like this is what separates the successful from the unsuccessful. Rich’s wins are not going unnoticed as Rich has been seen recently linking up with Hot 97’s iconic DJ Drewski & Manolo Rose as well as other major Manhattan music movers and shakers. Rich Zeller has shown that you don’t need a major label to blow up and glow up; all you need is great music, a solid team, and of course a game plan.

If you want to stay up-to-date on everything Rich Zeller has going on or you want to inquire about working with him make sure you follow all of his social media and reach out because he is always looking for the newest hot sound that has the ability to be a game-changer.
What’s next for Zeller? There’s no better person to ask than Zeller himself

“More wins & More work.” – Rich Zeller

Follow Richard “ItsRichZ” Zeller:
Instagram – @Itsrichz
LinkedIn – Richard Zeller
Website – www.richzeller.com

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