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The EoP - BFly Denai, Shawn Gardner, Jazz Loren, WaWa Proj.

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Ellen Gee welcomes singer and owner of the store BeFramed B-Fly Denai, singer Jazz Loren, Author Shawn Gardner, and the ladies of The WaWa Project to this episode of The EoP on Blog Talk Radio.

The California native turned Baltimore entrepreneur B-Fly Denai has an undeniable something that you can't help but notice. Maybe it's the free flowing locs or the beautiful chocolate skin. Maybe it's her sense of style or the energy that takes hold of your attention when she's in your space.  This singer and owner of the largest African-American Art Gallery in Baltimore drops in at 8:15 pm for a  visit to the show. 

Author Shawn Gardner is an example of reform and determination. The Baltimore native is currently serving a life sentence but that doesn't stop him from turning his situation around and helping the youth to avoid or learn from his past. He is the Vice President and first author of Paper Chase Publishing and the Founder and President of Behind the WALL Mentors. Shawn joins Ellen at 8:30 pm to talk about his book A Hustlaz Dreams & Nightmares and his life. 

Jazz Loren's style can be defined as R&B, hip-hop, and soul music. Between her vast range of runs, naturally pure tones, Jazz is an all-in-one artist. Her falsetto melodies with soothe your soul, her smile will excite you, and her personality will enlighten your spirit. Jazz joins the show at 9 pm.

The ladies from The WaWa Project close out the show at 9:30 pm. The WaWa Project was created for the purpose of empowering people with disabilities through education and life skills training with the goal of creating inclusive and self-sustaining communities.