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Life in the worthy Worthy Lane

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Life in the Worthy Lane Callywood host Cosandra Calloway covers Showtime at the Apollo host KiKi Shepard’s Annual Celebrity Bowling Challenge to raise awareness of sickle cell disease. Find out which A-listers (Tavis Smiley? Wayne Brady? LisaRaye McCoy?) turned out for the cause Photobucket Callywood New Talent Live on CallyRewind Zuri: A Chicago Native ...Her rhythm goes on. After years of fine tuning her craft in television, commercials, plays, she's written a novel, screenplay, poetry and a short children's story. Zuri is a multi-talented artist, she's done voice over work, she paints and sculpts, she's a natural hair stylist, fashion designer, she has her own line of motivational tanks and tees (Zuriology Designs With You In Mind) she's a song writer, musician, and she's worked for various artist's such as: Michael Bolton, Chaka Khan, Brenton Wood and Vesta, Shirley Caesar, to name a few. KWANZA JONES With her signature look and notable name, Kwanza Jones, a native of Los Angeles who grew up in Washington, DC., draws comparisons to Tina Turner, they even share the same birthday. Her parents encouraged her creative talent. She wrote her first song at age six, studied violin, flute and piano and sang in gospel choirs. While at Princeton University, Kwanza expanded her musical experiences by forming an a cappella singing group and being in an electronica band. After college, she returned to her childhood aspirations of becoming a lawyer, like her parents, but the pull of music couldn’t be ignored. So during law school, she taught herself guitar and began writing songs that appeared on her first album, “Naked.”

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