Mimi Faust Talks LHHATL, Relationship with Stevie J, New Ventures, & More On @MFWERadio

 

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Mimi Faust has been charming the audiences of VH-1’s highest ranking reality TV show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta for four seasons. Mimi’s  confidence, style and wit is what keeps the viewers coming back for more, as she tries to balance both motherhood and new business ventures.

Mimi is currently dabbling in interior designing/ remodeling homes and has hopes of expanding her expertise into a stylish, yet affordable home goods line. In addition to Mimi’s current obligations she has ventured into the hair business with her new line, The Maya Collection, which features a variety of wigs and hair extensions.  Checkout our latest interviews with Mimi Faust.


 


 

Tiffany Foxx Talks LHHATL, New Music, Mimi Faust & Stevie J & More With @MFWERadio

IMG_7356Reigning from St. Louis, Missouri, Tiffany Foxx originally started in a female rap group, June 5th, which formed in 2010 and was signed under Mizay Entertainment. After their first and only mixtape, HERstory, Foxx stepped out into the spotlight by being signed to International Rock Star Records with rapper, Lil’ Kim. In October 2013, Tiffany Foxx made a mind-blowing appearance at the BET cypher on the BET Hip Hop Awards. With two music videos out and five singles on iTunes, Foxx shows no signs of quitting while she’s ahead. Now Foxx is currently a cast member of “Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta” and wrapping her upcoming EP. Checkout our latest interview with her now !

 

 

 

 

 

Exclusive Interview: Margeaux Talks Relationship With Nikko | K. Michelle | Self Branding | & More on @MFWERadio

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New to the Love & Hip Hop Atlanta cast, Margeaux (Margo) Simms has been a secret from both fans and from her estranged huband’s ex, Mimi Faust, for two seasons! This multi-talented stylist/recording/visual artist of Canadian-Jamaican heritage grew up surrounded by farmland, but by the time she was 14 was pursuing music. She sang on hip-hop tracks while attending Ryerson Polytechnic University to study fashion design, adopting the brand moniker “HOFM” (Houseofmargeaux). Even though she moved to the U.S. to pursue a career as a fashion designer, she soon realized she wanted to be a professional musician. In our brand new interview, Margeaux talks about reality television life,  Relationship with Nikko, and more.