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“SONG THERAPY” is Today’s Hottest & Progressive Music Platform Created to Heal the Pain and Soothe The Soul. So Sit Back, Relax and Unwind as we take you on this Therapeutic Musical Journey. It’s Time for you to join the Crew on the First Ever Virtual Couch. Remember no one likes to go to Therapy, but they love to come to SONG THERAPY!!!!
This week on SONG THERAPY The Crew dives into "EMPIRE STATE OF MIND" by JAYZ FT ALICIA KEYS as we discuss YOU.
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Special Guest: Actress Kimberly Elise. Four Time NAACP Image Award winner. She currently plays Sloan Hayes on VH1's Hit The Floor show. Elise has been seen in films, such as, Beloved, The Diary of a Mad Black Woman, & For Colored Girls. She has been seen on TV in Close To Home, Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story, Soul Food, & Grey's Anatomy.
Elise will be playing the lead role of Angela Logan in UP TV's Original movie Apple Mortgage Cake. Directed by Michael Scott. Produced by Entertainment One.
Apple Mortgage Cake: This is the true story of a Angela Logan who decides to bake 100 apple cakes and sell them at $40 each in order to save her home – and how this idea completely changes her and her family. As word of her “bake sale” ripples out through neighbors, friends, her church and even old flames, the story soon spreads to the news, locally, nationally and internationally. Orders fly in from all over the world. Angela is taken off guard by the overwhelming support.
Special Guest: Author, Activist , PRofesor, & Lawyer Thomas Nazario-. Tom is a California attorney, child advocate and law professor. His expertise in children's legal issues has led him all over the world documenting human rights violations involving women and children, as well as working with inner-city kids in the Bay Area for over 30 years.
Special Guest: Pulitzer Prize winning Photographer Renee C.Byer-senior photojournalist at The Sacramento Bee. She won a Pulitzer Prize in 2007 for her "A Mother's Journey" feature photo. "A Mother's Journey" was a series of photos, over the course of a year, about a boy at the age of 10 who was battling cancer. Byer was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2013.
Living on a Dollar a Day shares the personal stories of some these poorest of the poor, honoring their lives, their struggles, and encouraging action in those who can help. In making this beautiful and moving book a team traveled to four continents, took thousands of photographs, conducted numerous interviews, and researched information on the agencies around the world that strive to help the destitute. The resulting stories and photographs offer a heartrending glimpse into the everyday realities of individuals and families facing extreme poverty.
Special Guest: Dr. La Tanya Hines is a board certified obstetrician-gynecologist currently practicing in Los Angeles, California .She is the former CEO of Girlfriends Medical Group,Inc. (www.girlfriendsmedical.com), a private practice catering to the needs of women throughout Southern California. She received her doctorate of Medicine from the University of California, Irvine, College of Medicine. She completed her surgical internship at the University of Southern California. Her extensive trai
Tasha Smith is a multifaceted actress whose work brings style and intensity to the subjects she plays on the big and small screens. Smith can currently be seen in Tyler Perry’s television series “FOR BETTER OR WORSE” (OWN). Smith’s memorable portrayal of “Angela,” in Perry’s box office hits, “WHY DID I GET MARRIED?” and its sequel, “WHY DID I GET MARRIED, TOO?”, alongside Janet Jackson and Jill Scott, spa
In Salaam, Love: American Muslim Men on Love, Sex & Intimacy, Ayesha Mattu and Nura Maznavi provide a space for American Muslim men to speak openly about their romantic lives, offering frank, funny, and insightful glimpses into their hearts—and bedrooms. The twenty-two writers come from a broad spectrum of ethnic, racial, and religious perspectives—including orthodox, cultural, and secular Muslims—reflecting the strength and diversity of their faith community and of
Special Guest: Aaron D. Spears
His stars as "Mark Bradley" in BET's Being Mary Jane, the drama series produced by Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil (The Game, Jumping the Broom). Aaron’s co-stars are Gabrielle Union, Richard Roundtree, Margaret Avery and Omari Hardwick.
At the insistence of one of his college professors, Aaron tried out for a part in the school play. One small part turned into six and the acting bug had taken effect.
After graduating from Delaware State University and turning down an opportunity to make the New York Jets roster, Aaron moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue his acting career.
Aaron has appeared in guest starring roles on television shows NCIS, Castle, Boston Legal, Lincoln Heights, Bones and Criminal Minds. His film credits include the Academy Award nominee Babel; blockbuster hit I Love You, Man and independent films 35 and Ticking, Disrupt/Dismantle. In 2007’s The Mannsfield 12, he not only starred in the film, but donned the Executive Producer hat as well.
He portrayed “Justin Barber” on the cast of CBS' Emmy Award winning, The Bold and the Beautiful, which reaches 35 million + viewers worldwide.
He is a 2010 and 2011 NAACP Image Award nominee for Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama.
Runway model Sandra Bush dreamed of becoming the first African-American supermodel, only to struggle with addiction and despair. But she later achieved celebrity as Mama Bush, the model for some of the best-known and widely admired paintings by her daughter, acclaimed artist Mickalene Thomas. In her film directing debut, Thomas paints a poignant portrait of her mother and artistic muse, presenting a tender look back at a lifetime’s worth of hopes, regrets and redempti
Hair Story is a chronological exploration of the tremendous influence Black hair has had on American popular culture from the 15th century until the beginning of the 21st century. The book covers the history, politics, culture and business of Black hair. Ayana D. Byrd graduated from Barnard College and is the co-editor of the anthology Naked: Black Women Bare All About Their Skin, Hair, Hips, Lips and Other Parts. Her work has also appeared in numerous anthologies. Lori
The momentum continues as God reveals more concerning the keys we need to succeed. Join us as Prophetess Nimmie shares the revelation that God has given her. If this is anything like what we experienced during the live setting - get ready, get ready, get ready!!
You will beEmpowered!
Arkeya "Keys" Lee lives in Gary, IN with her three year old twin boys Dra'Mell and Dra'Mih. Her birthday is February 2, 1985. She has been a phlebotomist for 8 years. Writing is a new found love for the author. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor's in Journalism with a concentration in Marketing. Her goals are to eventually write a "classic." Now she is working on a T-Shirt/hat line which will launch Spring 2014, co-writing a script, ghostwriting for local talents, and working on her series Pink Panties. Some of her favorite books are Flyy Girl, The Coldest Winter Ever, The Color Purple, and Charlotte's Web.
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