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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The daughters of hip-hop pioneer Joseph ?Rev Run? Simmons—who captured America's hearts on the MTV reality series Run's House—weigh in on the road to professional fulfillment. ?It does get hard along the way.... more

TV hunk Brian White shares his thoughts on joining the cast of Men of a Certain Age on the heels of another hit series, The Shield. ?For my whole life to go by and not have more programming like The Cosby Show—I mean, we had... more

Harvard-educated-attorney-turned-TV-writer Robb Chavis, whose new show, Us Versus Them, launches later this year on YouTube's Original Content Channel, shares the secret of his stable, long-term marriage. ?The biggest thing we did... more

Devon Franklin, the VP of production for Columbia Pictures (who also happens to be married to Meagan Good) explains the significance of the title of his new book, Produced by Faith: Enjoy Real Success without Losing Your True Self. ?I came... more

WNBA star Tamika Catchings, who has been voted one of the league's top 15 players of all time, opines on the importance of working together. ?Everybody who's watched me knows I am definitely a team player,? she tells Hoops in the... more

Actor Jay Ellis, the newest castmember on BET's hit series The Game, dishes about co-star (and pop star) Brandy Norwood. ?Brandy is hilarious. She is one of the funniest people I have ever had a conversation with,? he tells Go 4 It! host... more

Master saxophonist Ryan Kilgore, whose longtime boss is a fellow performer by the name of Stevie Wonder, still pinches himself every time he thinks about getting paid to live out his dream. ?As a child, I remember seeing Stevie on The... more

Wendy Raquel Robinson, who plays Tasha Mack on BET's The Game, may have built a huge following since joining the series in 2006, but she hasn't forgotten where her TV roots lie—The Steve Harvey Show. Nor has she forgotten... more

The teenage son of Run-DMC's Rev Run Simmons, and nephew of hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, recalls how he got started as an MC. ?A lot of people think this is new to me, but I've been rapping since I was five years old,? First... more

News anchor TJ Holmes, who spent five years on CNN's weekend mornings before moving to BET's Don't Sleep in 2011, muses on the differences between working for a news network and entertainment network. ?CNN could decide that... more

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