Bishop George Bloomer Exclusive Interview

Bishop George Bloomer: Equipping the Masses with Personal Growth and Spiritual Fulfillment
Interviewed and written by Aaron Robinson - Editor
Recently, Bishop George Bloomer teamed up with the Barnes & Noble in Durham, North Carolina to have a book signing. At the book signing, a percentage of the sales from his new book Break Loose were donated to the EastwayElementary School that is located in a disadvantaged neighborhood.
Bishop George Bloomer is the founder and senior pastor of BethalFamilyWorshipCenter. Bloomer is a bestselling author, renowned speaker, and entrepreneur, and is seen regularly on “Rejoice in The Word” on The Word Network. Here is one of his powerful and touching massages that he has to share with the readers regarding his new book, testimony and much more.
Aaron Robinson: What inspired you to want to partner with Barnes and Noble Durham, NC to donate a percentage of your book, Break Loose, to the students of EastwayElementary School? Bishop George Bloomer: I drop…

The Merchant Boyz - Merchandise II: The Restock

The Merchant Boyz - Merchandise II: The Restock Interviewed and written by Aaron Robinson -Editor                                                                                       
Taking a 6 year hiatus from the music industry, The Merchant Boyz, which consist of the talented and gifted rappers, Cochise and Nez is back in the studio to record their second album Merchandise II: The Restock. The two brothers who have always had a passion for the art recently set down with Consciousness Magazine to talk about their career, life and the challenges in which they overcame in the music industry.
Here is what they have to share with the readers.
Aaron Robinson: What inspired you guys to want to come back together with the group? Cochise: I think it was timing. We just missed doing music. Nez: We wanted to get back to what we loved. We’re reppin’ for the essence of hip hop because it’s not too much going on. When I seen the Lox, they got me going again. Then, there isn’t too many artists rai…

Fashion Designer Mozella Malone: Creating a Brand and Successful Clothing Line (Q&A)

Fashion Designer Mozella Malone: Creating a Brand and Successful Clothing Line (Q&A)
Q: What was your inspiration to becoming a fashion designer? A: From an early age, my enthusiasm for fashion was inspired by watching and admiring the designer fashions on runway models via television.
Q: Under your umbrella House of NediA you produce several brands. What are those brands of clothing lines that you produce? A: NediA Collection, NediA Tutu Couture, NediA Girls, NediA Bridal Couture, Patche’d Clothing
Q: Would you like to share any advice for upcoming fashion designers who are looking to get into the fashion designer industry? A: Never give up on your dreams or compare your creativity to others. I believe that each fashion designer brings something unique to the fashion industry, so don’t be afraid to be that outside-the-box designer and let your creativity flow. Also, keep in mind that not everyone is for your market, you find your market and niche and work it!
Q: Attending fashion shows…

Soulful singer Leela James Discuss new Music Tour and Music Career

Soulful singer Leela James Discuss new Music, Tour and Music Career Interviewed and written by Tocarra Eldridge

R&B star, LeelaJames recently came to the House of Blues Chicago while kicking off her spring tour. Prior to releasing her new album, Did It For Love, she has recently released two singles, Don’t Want You Back and Hard For Me which has been climbing on the charts.
Before the show Leela James anticipated that the people would come out and have a good time and to hear good music, good singing and to get a real good show with high energy, as well as gain a host of new fans that will build and grow her audience. I, Consciousness Magazine, had the opportunity to speak with the powerful singer. Here is what Leela James has to share with the readers and her fans.
Tocarra: You released your 6th album Did It ForLove that kicked off your spring tour. What makes this album different from your past albums that you recorded? Leela James: I’m older, so I think the album is like – you’re …
Hip hop recording artist Comprehend and Da Masta strikes back at Police Brutality, Social Injustice and Poverty By Consciousness Magazine
Following the success of his last project “BOUNCE”, produced by DJ Slugo, independent hip hop recording artist Comprehend releases new single “SOLDIER” featuring national recording artist, Da Masta. In a world that is ultimately unfair, where police brutality, social injustice, and poverty scatters across the country, Comprehend continues to utilize his unique and powerful rapping ability to project his message across to his fans and listeners.
Comprehend has worked alongside many great artist and has grasped the attention of his fans and counterparts with his phenomenal rapping and songwriting ability. It was destined for him to join forces with Da Masta, who is known for his witty, creative and clever rhyme style.  Da Masta has released several solo albums over the course of his career: The One, The Curse of the 7, NDA Darkness and HATRED: Lyric…

Tyler Knight Burn My Shadow Book Review

Tyler Knight -Burn My Shadow [Book Review] Written by Hector De La Rosa    @Here_2_Edutain_

Tyler Knight discovers his inner Finding Forrester; inviting readers and fanatics to his private life’s Champagne Room dominating the bed room scene with vivid concupiscent description that shames every character in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.
He does this with Burn My Shadow- a folklore of porn-landia while acknowledging his alter ego in adult entertainment whereas scorning it; desiring it to burn or fade away as if it were to never exist.Knight’s life is about survival of the fittest and that takes skill. It arouses curiosity about the life of a porn star from humble beginnings to fame, deeply penetrates the walls of the cerebrum on how the heartless business can damage the psyche, and squirts with triumph in the book’s end. 
Tyler Knight sets the new standard for pornographic biographies serving more of a sophisticated and informative work of genius than a mere collection of rumors and …

Macys Annual Black History Month Celebration and Panel Discussion

Macy’s Annual Black History Month Celebration and Panel Discussion Written by Aaron Robinson 

Macy’s Annual Black History Month Celebration and panel discussion was a night to remember while taking place in the Downtown Chicago Macy’s on State Street in the Narcissus Room. At this casual and exciting occasion where hors d’oeuvre and refreshments were elegantly served, love and inspiration filled the room as Jay Ellis (actor), BJ The Chicago Kid (singer/songwriter) and Jocelyn Delk Adams (blogger/author) stopped by for a powerful and inspiring conversation with Chicago’s own Robin Robinson concerning how a strong connection to heritage and creative self-expression has shaped their careers. Young poets kicked off the event, as it was opened by a video showing of singer-songwriter and poet Saul Williams.
“Trust what you know,” express the Three-time Grammy nominee and Southside native of Chicago, BJ The Chicago Kid, who has been featured on tracks by Dr. Dre, Kanye West, and Schoolboy Q’s …