On Air With David Duane Live: Dana Chanel & Prince Donnell Talks Christian Entrepreneurship | Generational Wealth | Co-Founders & More

Dana and Prince Donnell are multi-millionaire Christian entrepreneurs that started out in poverty that is dedicated to spreading wealth to the Christian community by providing opportunity, knowledge and resources to build businesses. Breaking generational curses of poverty, they put her family in position to run their companies as they build legacy together. The first company to gain international success was the Sprinkle of Jesus app, a media company which Dana then began to branch off to need-based businesses and build an empire of profitable sources of income. . This couple travels the country teaching their strategy and family building dynamic that provides them with a life, spiritually and financially wealthy.

Dana Chanel is an 26 year old social influencer that is created a distribution stream for women to sell their products across the world via @ www.CurlBible.com and or via their own Application with Alakazam Apps. Dana is also the creator of the App Sprinkle Jesus.

Dana Chanel and Prince Donnell, are the founders of the first ever, largest, fastest growing, black-owned, tax corporation in the country, called  Jumping Jack Tax. They also recently launched their own cologne & perfume on Valentine’s Day called “Cofounders”. Checkout our latest & exclusive interview with Dana Chanel & Prince Donell!

On Air With David Duane Live: Cliff Vmir Transitioning From Hair Stylist To Rapper | Teases New Music | & More

With a collection of wigs that would make Kylie Jenner’s closet look amateur, a penchant for fur shoes and booty-hugging sweatpants, his over-the-top glam style has become a signature that catapulted him to internet stardom. Aside from his looks, his talent as a hairstylist and wig maker for notable wig-heads like Cardi B, Joseline and Marlo Hampton has solidified his space in Black Hollywood. Now, though, Cliff Vmir has his sights on something even more outrageous. –BET.com

Coming from Wilmington, Delaware also representing Philadelphia, and South Jersey, Cliff Vmir has bars for days. From his debut show on BET’s Wig Out, (over 30 million viewers), the show chronicled Cliff in the very beginning stages, as he was slowly exiting the hair industry to transition into his rap career. His first single, “Pink City,” was released late 2018. But if you let Cliff tell it, that was just the beginning, and he has improved so much with his delivery and bars. He has performed at so many festivals such as SXSW, ATL Hip Hop Day, ATL Pride, Bronner Brothers and many more. To date, Cliff’s most memorable performance was when he opened up at Philly’s 2019 “Powerhouse,” with headlining artists such as Migos, Megan Thee Stallion, Meek Mil, Lil Baby, Da Baby, Jeezy and more. Although all of his Cliff’s 2019 was filled with rehearsals, artist development, and vocal training, he is now ready to conquer it all by continuing to produce hit songs, music videos, and not to mention, his captivating personality. 2020 Hip Hop, make room for Cliff Vmir, because he’s coming for the number one spot.

Checkout our latest and exclusive interview with Cliff Vmir !

On Air With David Duane Live: Mariahlynn Talks New Single & Visual “Off White” | Music Industry | Self Determination & More

Mariahlynn first caught the public’s eye when she debuted as a full-time cast member on the hit reality television series, “Love & Hip Hop New York”. Lynn—who joined the franchise in 2015 to further her musical aspirations—has since expanded her platform, solidifying partnerships with top tier brands & headlining sold-out shows nationwide. 

She just released her newest single & visual “Off White” produced by Kamillion earlier this month and now she’s back with sexy and fun visuals for the saucy single. The rapper is best known for her racy lyrical wordplay and this single stays true to Mariahlynn fiery spirit. “Off White” is a follow up to her EP ‘ High Expectations’, which was released in late August. Mariahlynn is back with sassy punch lines that’s laced with feminine empowerment. Known for her lavish style and appetite for designer labels it was befitting to title the track after one of her favorite designers. She believes the Off White brand symbolizes her personality, a reflection of her fierce and confident side. The visuals are inviting and lively. Mariahlynn and her friends are living life unapologetically. She takes you on an epic journey through a classic party night.  The song is currently in heavy rotation on radio, and continues to gain popularity. 

As she continues to dominate and perfect her craft, Lynn remains a matriarch to her family—raising two of her younger siblings. Additionally, Lynn has built a platform centered on youth / foster care advocacy, AIDS/ HIV awareness, and LGBTQ inclusion. Other issues near and dear to Lynn include prison reform and the awareness/ prevention of sexual abuse. Checkout our latest & exclusive interview with Mariahlynn!

Exclusive Interview: The Bonfyre Discuss Debut Album “Love, Lust, & Let Downs” & More w/ David Duane

A bonfire, often used in celebration, is said to be a good flame made of bones. So it is not a coincidence that the musical sensation known as The Bonfyre, uses the hottest element and strong foundation as the fuel for her musical career. Since the launch of her professional career, The Bonfyre hit the ground running, dropping her six-track debut album Ready To Love, using popular 80’s samples that were familiar to her and her new fans alike. Her single “Automatic,” cracked the Top 30 Billboard Adult R&B Chart, an amazing feat for first time artists right out of the gate. She later landed a position on The Sketchbook Tour with musical giants Fantasia, Tank and Robin Thicke in 2019. 

She bet on herself early on. In 2013, she launched her YouTube channel, where like all aspiring creatives, she performed covers of her favorite artists and influences. And because the streets are always watching for bold talent, she caught the attention of producer and talent manager Yancey Richardson. This led to a chance Twitter conversation with legendary musical artist Raphael Saadiq who moved her to the musical mecca of Atlanta. 

There, the spark that became the flame that is The Bonfyre, was born. Immersing herself in a full artist development regiment over the course of four years, she refined her craft and talent under Saadiq’s mentorship. But her life never was the same shortly after uploading a cover of Lauryn Hill’s, “The Sweetest Thing” to Soundcloud in 2017 and it was a conversation with LA Reid who made her decision easy. The Bonfyre became a member of the HITCO family and the first female R&B artist signed to the label. With a 2019 nomination for the iHeartRadio Music Award for Best New R&B Artist and a new album on the rise, like with most fires, The Bonfyre has been hard to contain. Breathing life into the industry with her raw talent and love of music, she is poised for success with the release of her debut album, Love, Lust, and LetDowns (Chapters One, Two, & Three), a life chronicle of the good, bad and in-between of romantic relationships.

Checkout our latest & exclusive interview with The Bonfyre.

On Air With David Duane Live: Sammie Talks “Such As Life” Album | Millennium Tour | & More

The world watched Sammie grow up from a 12-year-old sensation into a record-breaking and multi platinum-selling singer, songwriter, and performer. In 2017, Sammie showed the world that he had fully come of age with the release of his third record and first independent full-length LP, Coming of Age [Star Camp Music/EMPIRE]. This body of work confidently transitioned Sammie in evolving into the artist he’s worked towards becoming for the past 18 years. The year 2016 set the stage for his second album, in which Sammie delivered a bonafide hit with the I’m Him EP. The Shade Room touted the title track and it transformed into a viral smash with over 2.7 million Spotify streams and 1.9 million YouTube/VEVO views, between garnering praise from Revolt, HipHopDX, AXS, YouKnowIGotSoul and more. Sammie continued to constantly record, engaging his audience by personally previewing the writing process on Instagram. You could say his followers “executive produced” the music. He most definitely evolved over the course of these 13 new anthems. 

In 2019, Sammie proved that Coming Of Age was just the pit-stop to his next musical journey, and shot fire on all creative cylinders with the release of his highly anticipated fourth studio album, Everlasting. The project showcased Sammie’s rich and deep soundscapes and provided the perfect platform for impressive vocal runs and timeless R&B swagger. The atmospheric nature and infectious tone gave way to clever choruses and vivid storytelling, showcasing his undeniable growth, maturity, and  progression. The new project, Such as Life, is healing, won’t be anything less than what every woman and man needs to hear to help restore their hearts and have hope.  Checkout our new & latest interview with Sammie.

On Air With David Duane Live: Amara La Negra Talks New Single “Andale” | Self Branding & More

Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Amara La Negra channels the sunshine state for inspiration as musical direction to connect with her fans globally. She conveys a vibrant collage of Spanish and Caribbean experience while channeling a R&B and Hip-Hop inspired concept in delivery. Amara has a formal educational background in performing arts, dance, modeling, and acting. Amara’s approach in her life and its obstacles that attempts disruption in her light remains to be unstoppable. 

The international entertainer and reality tv personality dominates her transition into the American mainstream spotlight with her transparent and multi-faceted charisma. Undeniably identified as the “Break Out Star” of Love & Hip-Hop Miami Season 1, introduced another side of her talent as the leading lady in the new film entitled “Fall Girls” alongside actress/personality Tami Roman and Erica Peeples. The film was produced and directed by Chris Stokes, as well as, Marques Houston, Juanita Stokes, Jarell Houston, and Jerome Jones. The comedic film premiered on BET Network on January 2019. 

Amara La Negra continues to promote self-love, confidence and the true bond between a mother and daughter by releasing a children’s book made available in English, Spanish and French for the ages of 5-10 years old. Amara La Negra’s first children’s book, titled “AMARITA’S WAY,” contains three stories that are intended to motivate positivity, inspiration, and ambition. McBride Publishing alongside Amara La Negra is currently producing the second edition under AMARITA’S WAY that covers awareness of bullying that helps children navigate in building a support system to be able to discuss any issues that they may face with a bully. 

Spring 2019, Amara La Negra released her first EP entitled “UNSTOPPABLE” under the BMG imprint. After being signed to the global record label, the songstress captivated fans with the project that featured a Spanglish compilation of work. Amara La Negra is currently recording new music for a new project that she wants to introduce her fans to this year.  Checkout our new & exclusive interview with Amara !

Exclusive Interview: Inayah Lamis Discuss Debut Album “S.O.L.A.R” | Social Media Success | & More w/ @MFWERadio

Rather than traffic in an existing highway, Inayah boldly chose to pave a new lane as a singer, songwriter, mother, businesswoman, and boss. As a result, the songstress ventures outside of the box and envisions a genre of her own represented by the title of her debut album, S.O.L.A.R.—an acronym for Storytelling Over Lyrics and Rhymes. Born and raised in Houston, TX, Inayah fell in love with music as a young child, inspired by the likes of Anita Baker, Johnnie Taylor, Aretha Franklin, and The Clark Sisters. Following an ill-fated deal at the age of fourteen, she made a name for herself by performing at countless competitions and talent shows throughout the Houston area. In 2014, she took a job writing songs for a jingle company in between posting videos of covers on her social media. 2018 saw all of this quiet dedication pay off in a big way when Inayah took to Instagram for her take on Ella Mai’s “Boo’d Up” (1.7M views.) It didn’t just go viral; it exploded. Her followers mushroomed from a little over 3,000 to 1.6 million-plus as her impassioned audience grew to include the likes of Tiffany Haddish, Jamie Foxx, Maxwell, and many more. Flooded with major label offers as her star rose, Inayah once again retained control of her destiny. Staying independent, she opted to partner with EMPIRE and set the stage for the December 2019 release of her debut album S.O.L.A.R. (already at 28.5M streams) featuring the smash singles “Best Thing” (6.3M streams; 3.5M views) and “Suga Daddy” (4.6M streams; 7.6M views.) The album has been highlighted by VIBE, Refinery29, PopSugar and Earmilk. Inayah is now gearing up to release her intimate docuseries LEVELS, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at her journey thus far. Checkout our new & exclusive interview with Inayah.

Exclusive Interview: Tank Discuss “While You Wait” EP, “Elevation” Album, R&B Music, Upcoming Projects, & More w/ @MFWERadio

The world is currently enjoying at-home concerts, IG parties and much more.  The R&B General TANK locked himself in his home studio and has delivered a six-song feel-good EP for R&B lovers.  Tank gives us While You Wait via R&B MONEY to further his commitment to keeping the genre alive and thriving. The piano-based EP is written, produced, and performed by Tank. This intimate body of work brings the crooner closer to his fans, who’ve been waiting for his special blend music. 

The lead single “Perfect” celebrates the imperfections that make us all unique.  Whether it’s the crooked smile or a little cellulite on the thighs, “Perfect” is about finding and celebrating that beauty.  The leading champion of keeping R&B music in the conversation among music lovers, Tank has consistently released chart-topping hits like “When We,” “Dirty” and “I Don’t Think You’re Ready” off his recently released albums SAVAGEand ELEVATION respectively.  In addition to the release of this new EP, Tank is also tantalizing fans’ appetite via his socials with “Tank Tales” and “R&B Money LIVE.” Checkout our latest & exclusive interview Tank now:

Exclusive Interview: Bren Joy Discuss Debut Album “Twenties | Musical Influences | & More w/ @MFWERadio

Nashville-bred artist Bren Joy offers a unique urban pop style to his music, interweaving influences from various genres, including gospel, R&B, hip-hop, jazz, and pop. His debut project Twenties, which released last May, is an ode to self-love, offering honest insight into the emotions and experiences one may encounter during the start of their 20s. Bren has performed as support for Jhene Aiko, Megan Thee Stallion, and more, and he’s definitely someone to be on the lookout for in 2020!

Bren Joy was born and raised in Nashville and started writing music at the start of 2018. He released his first three singles (“Henny in the Hamptons,” “Scottie Pippen” and “Twenties”) in that year and they all earned prominent placements on editorial playlists and attracted a growing fanbase for the budding artist’s career.

In May of last year, Bren released his debut project, Twenties, an eight-song track list that embodies the new era of burgeoning youth blasting onto the scene. Twenties merges his love of gospel, R&B, hip-hop, jazz and pop all into one. It touches on the different emotions and experiences encountered during the beginning of your 20s, while conveying an underlying theme of hope and self-love. It embraces the musical culture we are in now, while highlighting something completely new.  Bren continues to forge his own path with his prolific songwriting and distinctive amalgam of musical styles and sounds. 

Exclusive Interview: D. Muñoz Discuss “Moments” EP | Infusing Pop & R&B Music | & More w/ @MFWERadio

Influenced by Justin Bieber’s superstardom, Bryson Tiller’s dynamic R&B/soul, and Shawn Mendes’s songwriting abilities, D. Muñoz hit the studio and recorded his first single, “Wait,” a fusion of R&B, dancehall, and trap, which he released independently in 2017. He followed that up with “Love Me,” a tender R&B song about missing an ex. What followed was a deep dive into his relationship with his “Love Me” muse. The result was the lovesick, R&B/soul-heavy EP Until Next Time, an effort that peaked on the iTunes R&B and Soul chart at No. 7. When the video for “Love Me,” which has garnered over 4.6 million views, dropped in February 2018, Muñoz cemented his place in the industry as the budding heartthrob of Colombian and Dominican descent with impeccable vocal range and a sweet, slick inclination.

Muñoz signed to Triangle Offense/Epic Records in April of 2018 and is now preparing for the release of his first major label EP, Moments, due out in early 2020. Focusing on “the moments that define us and make us grow,” says Muñoz, the EP explores lust, longing, and loneliness, and sees production from Jorgen Odegard (Pink, Imagine Dragons).

“Drink,” the first single off of Moments is a soulful groove about being intrigued by a girl on the prowl. The track, produced by Connor McDonough, is the perfect first outing for his new project, says Muñoz. He also attributes part of his growth as an artist to McDonough, who helped him achieve stronger vocal performance. His enriched lyric tenor shines through on the smooth “A Lil Nothin,” which samples Maxwell’s 1996 hit “Sumthin’ Sumthin’” and “Comfort,” a synth-soaked jam about coping with being alone. “I dove deep into my vulnerability for these songs,” says Muñoz, adding that he’s looking forward to performing them live and showing off moves he learned from choreographer JaQuel Knight, who has worked with Beyoncé and Britney Spears.

Raised by a single mother, Muñoz was brought up to value hard work. However, after signing his record deal, he felt he was playing a waiting game. “I wanted to release music fast,” he says. “Social media plays a big role in my impatience because I have a fanbase who ask for new music all the time. I didn’t want them to give up on me. But, spending a year working on this project has made me appreciate every moment and each record. It’s shaped me into the artist I am now. I want to have a 10+ year career in music, break records, win awards, take care of my family, and be one of the most successful artists of my generation.” Checkout our latest & exclusive interview with D. Muñoz.