EarToTheFuture

AT&T Presents: An Ear 2 the Future!

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Entrepreneurs, novelists, singers, comedians, humanitarians, Oscar champs, digital gurus and more. Throughout Black History Month, AT&T brings you the most compelling conversations from 28 accomplished figures who tackle the latest trends in music, entertainment and technology, with an ear to the future of their industries and art forms. So be sure to tune in every day beginning February 1. And don't forget to share your favorite picks with friends, followers and family. AT&T: Rethink possible.

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Being "all that" doesn't just mean flaunting your bod on the street or in the club. And thanks to Beverly Bond, founder of the Black Girls Rock! Awards, millions more young women of color now feel empowered to strut their intellectual... more

The author of Take Control of Your Financial Destiny—who specializes in helping would-be entrepreneurs develop businesses inspired by Bibical teachings—offers no-nonsense advice on turning a profit. ?Take... more

Grammy-nominated songstress Elle Varner recalls how her dad's strict academic standards helped her achieve success. ?To him, a B was not good. He told me, ‘A B is average. Are you average?' So when I had to tell him I got a D in... more

Up-and-coming soul crooner Bashiri Asad reveals how he went from a mere hired musical hand to full-fledged artist. ?I started off in a couple of party bands in my hometown of Indianapolis. I was at a show once and I'd just come offstage and... more

Social media guru Corvida Raven, who runs SheGeeks.net and has been touted as ?The Oprah of the web,? offers nubie Twitter users do's and don'ts. ?Don't be a spammer. Don't constantly self-promote without giving back to... more

Gospel sensation Brian Courtney Wilson reflects on the true inspiration for his success. ?Back when I was in Chicago, I did record R&B songs and make demos and get pictures taken and the whole pop-music thing. But I never thought... more

The star of BET's Let's Stay Together notes the importance of African Americans not only aspiring to the higest levels of the acting profession, but expanding the number of jobs therein. ?If you look at the Oscars that are coming out, there... more

He may have traded in acting for anchoring—appearing on the nationally syndicated morning show The Daily Buzz since July 2012—but that doesn't mean former Passions star one-time GQ model Charles Divins isn't keeping his... more

Christmas came a little late to Nicki Minaj fan show Pink Friday Radio. Four days late, to be exact. But when it finally arrived, it was no doubt the best ever. Because Nicki herself called in during the show's Top 3 Most Memorable Nicki... more

Chef Darrell ?DAS? Smith of Food Network Star fame found inspiration for his five-star commitment to community service in a setting that was anything but tony. ?I teach culinary arts here at a school in Los Angeles. I'm really focusing on... more

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