CARTHAGE, N.C. – Aug. 13, 2019 – PRLog — “Faces of Rap Mothers,” scheduled to release August 2019, is written by Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell the owner of, “The Face of Rap Mother’s Digital Show” aired social media platforms. Contributors to the “Faces of Rap Mothers” book, and “other” Rap Mothers, also participate in Ms. Mitchell’s program, both live, and recorded. These ladies have intimate awareness of how urban and inner-city youth, heroes and heroines, are derived from rappers and hip-hop artists. Professionals within social science research understand that rap and hip-hop have capitalized advertising, fashion, media, movies, television and that even the English language lexicon itself has embraced rap and hip-hop euphemisms.
The women involved in “The Face of Rap Mother’s Digital Show” and contributing to the “Faces of Rap Mothers” book, state that they support children and families. These ladies feature Stop the Violence Campaigns, work to Stop Abuse and Neglect of children and the elderly, and promote love and peace, expressing strong desires to Stop Gang Violence their affiliates include: Baby Boy, Beretta, Honey Blunt, Tina Brown, Sam Cooke, Jessie-Lee Daniels, Monica Davis, Og Duv Mac Dog, Snoop Dogg, Robert Epps, Force MDS, Four Brothers, Timmy Gatling, Shonta Gibson, Tyrese Gibson, Johnny Gill, Jr., Angel Gilcrest Guyton, Guy, Aaron Hall, Damion Hall, Angel Hicks, S. Mom, J. Skillz, J.G., Jessie D., Johnny G., JPCali Smoov, Gerald Levert, LL COOL J, LSG, Angela Mercer, Lena Moss, New Edition, O.G. Lil Mama, Jamie Paris, Roman Pearce, Queen G., Teddy Riley, Joseph Summers, Keith Sweat, Ralph Tresvant, Sr., Valentino, Oprah Winfree, Bobby Womack, Nina Womack, Robert Dwayne Womack, Sharon Lynette Young, and many others.
Candy herself, moved from one ballast to another during her professional life. She shares the digital show is that platform where issues can be discussed resulting in golden coaching nuggets derived from guests life experiences and their outcomes. Mrs. Mitchell has received endorsements from industry leaders of significance, such as Mr. Jeffrey Collins, who has a fifty (50) plus year history in the music industry. Jeff is known for his affiliation with Digital Famous Fontana, Echo-Vista Music Group, Jive and MCA Records, Universal Digital Distribution, etc. and he mentioned “The Faces of Rap Mothers Digital Show,” in his own book that is currently available through fine book retailers.
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