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Ellen Gee welcomes Baltimore veteran emcee KMack Knokville back to this episode of The Evolution of Perspective. Since his last visit, KMack has been stretching him limits, creating new music, and venturing in directions that artists can appreciate. With Knokville Entertainment and Tami TooMuch standing behind me supporting his efforts, he stays ACTIVE. He is ACTIVATED on so many levels and he updates the listeners and his fans on what's been happening since his last visit on The Evolution of Perspective.
Ellen Gee welcomes Sean Robinson of The Renaissance Zone to this episode of The Evolution of Perspective. Mr. Robinson is the brain behind The Renaissance Zone movement and will give the listeners information about what they can expect from him, it, and the partnership between TRZ and The Evolution of Perspective. The Renaissance Zone will be joining The EoP channel this fall and Sean gives the listeners a taste of what they can expect. Follow The Renaissance Zone on Facebook, Twitter, and look for them soon on Instagram.
Ellen Gee welcomes rapper, poet, and overall cool kid 2Point to this episode of The Evolution of Perspective. He comes to the show to discuss love, creativity, and gives us a peek into the world of someone who is wise beyond his years. He's quiet but when he does speak, the gems he drops are beyond amazing. He says he's not in for the glory. He represents the real ones with a story. It will be my pleasure to get to know him this evening.
Ellen Gee welcomes Ladi Glori and Counter Clip to this episode of The Evolution of Perspective on Blog Talk Radio. Ladi Glori, a local Maryland poet, spoken word performer, and actress, joins Ellen Gee to share her artistry with the listening audience. Counter Clip, a musical producer based out of Long Beach, California, joins Ellen Gee to share his music and perspective. They both share their story.
Follow Ladi Glori on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ladiglori.
Listen to Counter Clip on Soundcloud.com/CounterClip
Ellen Gee updates the listening audience with the 2014 4th Quarter Schedule of events and reads an excerpt from her blog The Evolution of Perspective (theevolutionofperspective.blogspot.com). Follow Ellen Gee on social media:
This episode of The Evolution of Perspective is being sponsored in part by Purple Honey Music & Entertainment. Visit www.purplehoneymusic.com to get information and tickets to the September 14 show that stars Krystle Est, Ama Chandra, April Sampe, Comedian Stiletto, and Poet Rebecca Dupas.
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Thursday 3/29 at 9PM EST, Tracy Diaz and Dianna White are joined by Jordan Page. Jordan is not only an amazing musician, but also a very enlightened and spiritual guy as well. This will be our first episode on blogtalk radio, so please join us for insight, discussion, and discovery!!You can check Jordan out at http://jordanpagemusic.com, and you can check us out on twitter @SynergyEvolve, and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/thesynergisticevolutionCALL IN: (949) 272-9411
Hope Marsh b.k.a. The Laffin' Afro joins Ellen Gee on this episode of The Evolution of Perspective on Blog Talk Radio. She discusses her brand, the genius behind her vision, her upcoming event Stories of Singlehood, and what life is like for a woman who chooses to use her powers of femininity for good.
Follow her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @TheLaffinAfro
Ellen Gee welcomes the man in charge of the band, producer and musician Mo Rece to this episode of The Evolution of Perspective. He brings almost 20 years of musicianship, producing, arranging, song writing, and sound engineering to the table. As the head and Chief Visionary Executive of StinkiFace Music, LLC, he's responsible for helping artists achieve creative freedom and artistic control of their sound, while making sounds business decisions.
He joins Ellen Gee tonight to talk about his current and future endeavors in the music business.
Visit him online at www.stinkifacemusic.com
Please join me on "Evolution" Sunday @ 8pm Dec. 14th as my guest Laurie, talk about growing up as a teenaged mother. She had her first child when she was 15. She was married by age 17, had another child and divorced by age 21.Whew!! That's a lot. she will talk about how she made it through years. She now has a second set of kids. She's dealing with adult children and raising young kids. She will talk about how she has blessed and God has show favor on her life. She was in foster care and now she helps children in foster care. You don't want to miss this show!!!
Heal from Ferguson & Evolve as a Society? Join me on "Evolution" as my husband & I, Richard Brent, the host of "Bringing it to the People: Real & Raw", discuss what happened in Ferguson...Can we heal & Evolve? What does that look like? Call in during the show or inbox us...we want to hear from you!!!