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Grammy Winning LaTavia Roberson To Start a Boxing Management Company

(Hollywood, CA) - LaTavia Roberson is best known as the co-founder of the R&B hit group Destiny Child, one of the world's best-selling girl groups of all time. Roberson has sold over 25 million records with Destiny's Child. Her work has earned her several awards and nominations, including two Grammy Awards, three Soul Train Music Awards and eight Billboard awards. LaTavia is now the newest face in the world of boxing. Her successful entertainment career has provided her with a wealth of knowledge and brings management skills of the highest level to the next generation of boxers. She has had a love and passion for boxing since she was a little girl.

Roberson created "Slug Fest Magazine" a boxing magazine for the fans. She has partnered with longtime friend and business partner Alfred Adams. Adams is a retired venture capitalist. Roberson secured New Orleans Saints Hall of Famer Michael Lewis to be head of Public Relations for the company.

She has two boxing training locations - one in San Antonio, TX under two-time world champion Jesse James Leija and one in New Orleans, LA called Uppercuts Boxing Gym under Valrice "Whop" Cooper owned by Darrick Stewart. Whop is best known as Roy Jones, Jr.'s Trainer.

Roberson also secured 8-time Mr. Olympia Lee Haney who is best known for working with Evander Holyfield as strength and conditioning coach and dietitians. With these elements in place it got the attention of world champion boxer Roy Jones, Jr.


Coca-Cola presents the 369Experience in Honor of 100th Anniversary of the Harlem Hellfighters' Infantry of WWI February 13, 2019
(Washington, DC) - The Harlem Hellfighters infantry of World War I introduced Jazz to France and Europe. To celebrate their 100th anniversary CocaCola has underwritten a project called the 369Experience to bring two band students from each histroically black college (HBCU) to recreate the 369th Regiment Marching Band - and travel to France.

Known for their bravery in combat and their tremendously talented marching band, led by James Reese Europe, the Harlem Hellfighters are credited for introducing Jazz to France and Europe. All military regiments had bands at that time.

The Centennial marks 100 years since the end of World War I on February 17, 1919 and while America's military was regaled upon their return with a national parade the Harlem Hellfighters - the only all Black Army (369th Regiment)- were excluded.

But on that same day the Harlem Hellfighters were feted in their own parade in Harlem. History did not forget them. They were recently honored posthumously by President Obama and is credited by France as being the original link to their love of Jazz.

In conjunction with the Schomburg Museum, there will be a special presentation to the Harlem Hellfightsd on February 13, 2019, at 5-8pm

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Keiko Matsui Releases New Album 'Echo' Feauting Marcus Miller and Kirk Whalum

(New York, NY) -  On February 22, 2019 Keiko Matsui will release her 28th recording "Echo," continuing her inspired evolution. A master storyteller, Keiko Matsui crafts passionate and emotive songs with lush harmonies and global rhythms to create timeless musical anthems.

A world citizen, Keiko Matsui's striking and transcendent melodies have long sought to create 'a oneness' and build bridges. Her sonic cultural exchange has reached the hearts and mind of fans throughout the world and have allowed the petite and poetically eloquent pianist to work alongside such icons as Miles Davis, Stevie Wonder, Hugh Masekela and Bob James. A consummate artist, Keiko views each show and recording as a unique opportunity to connect with her audiences and for them to connect with one another. Anyone who has ever experienced one of her live shows knows that each set is an intimate invitation to become a part of her music. 

Internationally acclaimed pianist, composer and humanitarian Keiko Matsui "Echo" (Shanachie Entertainment) features Marcus Miller, Gretchen Parlato, Kirk Whalum and Robben Ford.



Grammy Nominated Koryn Hawthorne to Sing the National Anthem at the NBA Atlanta Hawks Game January 21, 2019

(Atlanta, GA) - Dove Award winning and Grammy nominated chart-topping artist, Koryn Hawthorne to perform at the NBA Atlanta Hawks game "Faith and Family Day." Koryn will also sing the National Anthem and the half-time show, with a post Game performances Monday, January 21, 2019 (State Farm Arena
1 State Farm Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30303).

At 21 years old, Dove Award winning and Grammy nominated artist Koryn Hawthorne has quickly broken records with her smash hit, "Won't He Do It," along with being crowned the first female artist to hold the #1 position on the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs Chart for 40 weeks.

Nominated for a 2019 Grammy for "Won't He Do It," Koryn released her first full-length album, "Unstoppable," in July 2018 which debuted at #1 on Billboard, and she is also nominated for four Stellar Awards. She recently performed at the 2018 Soul Train Awards on BET and continues to tour around the country.


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