• 00:13

    mz. Koko Bowden Interviews Domonique Mitchell

    in Indie Music

     mz. Koko Bowden interviews Domonique Mitchell about the 2014 www.IAMGODSWOMAN.COM CONFERENCE


     


    Domonique possesses more than 25 years of experience in the entertainment


     


    Domonique Mitchell was born and raised in Elmhurst Queens NY, NY Domonique performed with Select Records Crew as a dancer from 1988-1991. This opportunity allowed him to work and be around some of the music industry's then leading hip-hop artists including KID-N-PLAY, SALT-N-PEPA, and many others.


     


    This experience exposed him to acquire knowledge and gather unwritten street education only obtained through personal observations and experiences. This street knowledge and his art of persuasive communication garnered him the opportunity to serve with Many Superstars,.


     


    As a manager at the World Infamous Club "Flavers" and the “Atrium” in Stone Mountain Georgia. He believed in a young DJ, “SWIZZ BEATS” as he would sneak him in the club at age 15 where he started Deejaying. Case closed, no need to say anymore, the rest is history!! Terry Bradley Jr., the owner, taught Domonique structure in the club business.


     


    His talents were soon recognized by Marvin McIntyre, who mentored and taught Domonique how to develop groups

  • 01:59

    KICK CANCER'S A$$ 9 PM - AUTHOR ZEOLA GAYE "MY BROTHER MARVIN, A MEMOIR 10 PM

    in Entertainment

    February 4th, is World Cancer Day, On February 12th, 9 p.m. EST  in honor of all cancer survivors, fighters, and those who have lost their life to cancer, we want to spread awareness on the importance of cancer and to take a stand against cancer.


     


    In the 10 o'clock hour we will have Zeola Gaye (The baby sister of superstar recording artist, Marvin Gaye), Author of "My Borther Marvin, A Memoir by Zeola Gaye" it's her new book about life with Marvin.  


    Zeola credits include writing and co  - producing the successful stage play, My Brother Marvin.  She is currently collaborating with ehr sister, Jeanne Gaye on the stage play My Brother Marvin II.


    Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Zeola "Zee" Gaye.  Gaye is the youngest of five siblings born to Alberta and Marvin Gay, Sr. in 1945.  Her siblings are Michael, Marvin, Frankie (all deceased), and sister, Jeanne, who resides in New York.


    She presently splits her time between her home in Las Vegas, and Los Angeles (where she relocated in the early 1970's to join the rest of her family, after living in Atlanta for four years).  She has two lovely daughters, Kim and Monique, and the joy of her life, her grandson, Domonique.


    Zeola will be on the show to talk with us about, her book, what she up to now and what life was like with her brother Marvin.  ( I bet you all didn't know she was one of his dancers).


     


     


     


     

  • 01:00

    R.E.A.L. Single Wives Radio

    in Self Help

    Greater Health, Greater Sex


    Tune in to R.E.A.L. Single Wives Radio as Koereyelle and V discuss the latest in Entertainment and Celeb news. Our featured guest is Board Certified Practitioner Dr. Cathy who will share ways to improve sexual performance and health! Plus, don't miss our Behind the Brand segment with the meltdown momma Domonique Townsend!

  • 00:47

    Lets Stay Together Couple The Scotts

    in Entertainment

    Sisterhood stars Domonique Scott and her husband Brian Scott from the hit TLC call into the Daily Grind this week!

  • 01:44

    #4HFA - The Impact of Prejudice Comments Soaring Over the Atlanta Hawks

    in Sports

    Would you work with Danny Ferry after hearing the comments that were made?


    Does Danny Ferry's accomplishments overrule what he has done?


    Do you think Adam Silver should get involved?  (even though Bruce Levenson is selling his controlling share?)                         


    Will the players and fans be able to overcome this situation?


    Do you think that this is the first time the Atlanta Hawks organization is experiencing this situation or was this the first time one of the owners spoke up about the racist comments?


    Should Danny Ferry lose his job?


    How should the Atlanta Hawks' players handle the situation?

  • 01:01

    Help find endangered missing teen, Domonique Holley Grisham

    in Education

    Help find endangered missing teen, Domonique Holley Grisham with special guest, Dom's mother Lynnette. 
    AKA: Dom 
    Date of Birth: January 15, 1993 
    Date Missing: February 12, 2009 
    Age when missing: 15 years 
    Sex: Male 
    Race: Black 
    Hair: Black 
    Eyes: Brown 
    Height: 5'9" / 175cm 
    Weight: 160lbs / 73kg 
    Missing From: Rochester, NY USA 
    Tattoos/Piercings: Pierced ears 
    Last Seen: at home on February 12, 2009
    Domonique's photo shown here, was taken some years prior to his disappearance .... the age progression pictures takes him to age 18. 
    Anyone with information on the disappearance of Domonique Holley Grisham, please contact the Rochester (NY) Police: 1-585-428-6720 or contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678 / 1-800-THE-LOST 
    Project Jason link: http://projectjason.org/forums/index.php?topic=12238.0
    National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: http://tinyurl.com/Domonique-Holley-Grisham
    News article with video: http://rochesterhomepage.net/fulltext?nxd_id=303142

  • 00:46

    "DEFINITION OF A DEAD BEAT PARENTS"

    in Entertainment

    Red Eye Questions & Answers Hosts define and discuss the meaning of a deadbeat parent.  In an era where fathers and dads are CONSIDERED deadbeats; is there a such thing as a deadbeat mom, mother or deadbeat parents?  Don't miss this all new episode of RedEye Questions & Answers Hosted by Gina Rich, Yolanda Raye, Domonique Catalon & Clyde Temple.  Brought to you by Executive Producer & Host Gregory D. Anderson Jr......

  • 03:02

    Let's Talk Hosted by Brother Ramisous & Domonique

    in Motivation

    In this program we will discuss prevention methods of sex and pregnancy we will discuss how to remind our youth to respect one another we will discuss relationships with friends and family as well as dicussing school issues

  • 03:00

    Let's Talk Hosted by Brother Ramisous & Domonique

    in Motivation

    In this program we will discuss prevention methods of sex and pregnancy we will discuss how to remind our youth to respect one another we will discuss relationships with friends and family as well as dicussing school issues

  • 02:26

    DOMONIQUE MITCHELL SPEAKS ON THE MUSIC BUSINESS

    in Radio

    THE ONLY RADIO SHOW U CAN TALK TOO THE STARS

  • 03:01

    Let's Talk Hosted by Brother Ramisous & Domonique

    in Motivation

    In this program we will discuss prevention methods of sex and pregnancy we will discuss how to remind our youth to respect one another we will discuss relationships with friends and family as well as dicussing school issues

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