Click the link below to see me speaking to Post Malone in a record store completely clueless of who he was!
Post Malone Under Cover in Record Store
Click the Link below to read Voyage LA’s interview with Phylicia.
This episode is about myths that we learned when we were younger, but don’t necessarily believe anymore. Make sure you let us know if you’ve heard of the same myths or maybe different ones that you no longer believe in or still question. Thanks for tuning in! If you would like to see us tackle a specific topic next, leave it in the comments or submit it through the “Topic Ideas” tab of the menu.
Guess who is officially OFFICIAL on IMDB?! That’s right, the Phylicia DTV Webshow!
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I recently experienced one of the most awe-inspiring opportunities that I have encountered in California thus far. I had the honor of participating in the 2017 “LA AT&T Create-A-Thon,” hosted by the AT&T Developer Program. I must admit, I had no clue what I was signing up for. I expected to attend some form of a workshop where I would network with people and record a video within the facility..with an instructor guiding us through every step (LIKE GRADE SCHOOL). I was completely wrong!
On Friday evening, the organization hosted the kickoff and gave us all a chance to network and meet like-minded individuals that we may have a connection with. After some time, they introduced the event and gave us our assignment (Cues horror music). The whole concept of the assignment was to create a group (hopefully you met some awesome people who you want to work with), come up with a storyline, record and edit a short film/video…all by Sunday afternoon. In just a little over 24 hours, we had to make magic happen! How exciting right? It was invigorating and I learned so much! Check out what we came up with.
You know you’re going to have a good time when you are greeted at the door of an event with a red carpet and a group of media paparazzi. That is exactly what went down at District N9ne for SNG Records’ first ever Liberian Independence Fashion Extravaganza. The whole purpose of the event was to bring West Africa to Philly for a night full of fashion, music, drinks and selfies. The ‘one stop shop’ organization, as Prince Mari` likes to call it, displayed all of its greatest assets that night with their artists like Marcus Labon, their designers like Rashad with Dahsar, special guest Kimbella, and a team of dope makeup artists, models and more.
Hosts, Alexis Cali and Mi$$ P held down the stage, accompanied by DJ Kid Rock, as both beautiful and handsome models slayed their way down the runway. We were graced with so many different styles and creative designs; it was almost bound for you to fall in love with at the very least, 5 outfits. In between designers, there were dance and musical performances by girl group Verbosity, Jay Awesome and Marcus Labon, just to name a few. They hit the stage and basically gave the entire event LIFE! “We like to have fun with the crowd, and we like to have a big party on stage,” said the ladies of Verbosity. The crowd was classy and dressed to impress, but between the performers, the hosts, and the overall vibe of the event, it was definitely a party to remember!
SNG was very appreciative of all of the support that they were shown and they look forward to turning the L.I.F.E into an annual thing. Be on the lookout for more of their events because this was just a taste of what they have to offer.
This was also used for DG Radio.