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Women In The Recording Industry, Hakeemah ,Jihad Part I

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Join  Omi and her guest as they discuss What Women are Rising in the Music Recording Industry

Hakeemah  Jihad is in the music industry.  She owns a record label, entitled; Emblazon Entertainment Incorporated.  She sign clients on to her record label. Also in between time she manages to stay busy by developing her client's images in the music industry.. 

Hakeemah and I will be discussing the pros and cons of the day to day routine and responsibilities of running a recording business..

She is one of the few up and coming Women in the  music industry who is currently rising in the music business here in the Mid-West.  Hakeemah  is from Chicago, Illinois.

Join me in welcoming her to our studio stage for the very first time ever!.

Hakeemah Jihad plans  to also join us in the second half of a two part interview segment . The show has been previously  scheduled for Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 5:30 P.M..  Please  make sure that you can join us for part two. of  the final second segment of the show.

Please lock that dial in on your terminals at:

1-646-478-0270 !

In this studio you can always count on getting up front , close and personal  with  our guest!  

Please check out Hakeemah Jihad  bios below!

"Hakeemah Jihad has a strong passion for music. Her passion for music led her to Columbia College of Chicago where she earned a B.A.. in Marketing Communications and Management with the hopes of using her degree in the music business. "Haqq" as she is called by close friends and loved ones founded Emblazon Entertainment, Inc. in 2003.  The label was founded with the idea of one day becoming a major label representing all genres of music and rejuvenating the once well known "Record Row" of Chicago". 

 

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