The Audiophile: The London Sessions Mary J Blige


The London Sessions Represents a project where Mary collaborates with some of my favorite UK talents

Sam Smith, Disclosure, Emeli Sandé, Naughty Boy (Sam Romans) and more.  Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins

executive-produces the project of course.

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This project truly has all of the Mary we have known on tracks like Therapy, but also with some great classic house

infusions like on My Loving. Take a moment to experience this Mary where she is seen through the eyes of other

amazing talents like Sam Smith, and the ever amazing Emeli Sandé. It is a truly amazing body of work.


“I hear you coming from a mile away and you don’t have enough to offer.” (“Follow”)


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The team at MEDINA = CITI my Design Haus has wanted to get their hands on for some time now, they all felt it was time to build a stronger vehicle, a mobile version and an overall brand enhancer.  I am honestly floored and so ultimately excited to bring this new experience to you. I will continue to bring you all of the areas I am passionate about, to fill you in on exciting ventures I am participating in and the amazing worlds of entrepreneurship and tech.

This is where tech & business meet style & design.


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The Entrepreneur: Tell a Story

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I truly appreciate Entrepreneur’s article on “7 Tips for Storytelling That Dazzles Audiences” genuinely in life whether for our businesses or for a job interview you are telling a story, you are pitching yourself, as I pitch our new venture I find this to be especially true, people want to hear a story and we all want a happy ending, take a moment to read this article, I appreciate #1.

1. Opening and closing the curiosity gap

What if I told you, your income could be tripled in less than one month?

It may be snake oil, but it perked enough of your interest to hear the rest of the story and pitch. Storytellers call it an “inciting incident.” We have curiosity wired into us, tapping into that through provocative questions opens the window wide for the rest of your elevator pitch.

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