It wasn’t just the holiday season that had K. Michelle in good spirits. The R&B and country singer revealed she now has ownership of her masters.
Nov 27, 2023
Despite K. Michelle being a force within the realm of R&B, she has earned her biggest bucks from outside the music business.
Sep 15, 2023
It’s no secret that Nick Cannon has proven himself as a multi-hyphenate businessman. The actor, musician, producer, and television personality got his early start in the late 90s starring on Nickelodeon hit series “All That,” where he also became the youngest staff writer in television history, according to Biography. He later went on to star in the self-titled “ Nick Cannon Show” and Black staples “Drumline” and “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” by the early 2000s. Nick Cannon’s early introduction to the entertainment industry was a snapshot of his bright future ahead — from “Wild ‘N Out” to “America’s Got Talent,” “The Masked Singer,” and more, he made his mark. In 2009, he even launched his own multi-media company NCredible Entertainment. But, who inspired him to reach these heights? “When I was in high school, I was looking up to guys like Diddy who could diversify and market himself. We see what he’s done and the opportunities he’s created and made for so many of us. Every time I...
Feb 14, 2022
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are responsible for some of the nation’s most renowned doctors, teachers, entrepreneurs, political and religious leaders, plus more. And to be honest, we truly don’t know what a world without institutions that aid the rich knowledge and success of our people would look like (we’re glad we don’t even have to imagine it)! AfroTech has decided to take this time to raise awareness of those HBCUs by spotlighting some familiar faces who are products of those pristine institutions.
Sep 29, 2021