Being a Strother, DeVore and Mitchell, Candy now leads her own television network, Faces of Rap Mothers®™, based off her iconic book series and celebrity marketing platform
(DailyMusicRoll Editorial):- Washington, D.C, District of Columbia Sep 13, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – There’s something about the Strother, Mitchell, and DeVore families . . . an inner drive to achieve while raising awareness and respect for unorthodoxy because it takes a little irreverence while maintaining one’s belief in a higher power to achieve aspirations, goals, and dreams. To do so, the inclusion of a high degree of innovative visionary thinking remains part and participle in the delivery of a success-driven path others determine to follow. Candice Strother DeVore-Mitchell discovered her aunt’s tenacity toward inclusion in worlds many find difficult to penetrate, and does so with her continuously generous smile.
So, what is “Faces of Rap Mothers®”? What began as a fledgling YouTube Program experience with a handful of willful accolades continued as Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell’s passion. Due to an engaging enigmatic personality, Candice DeVore-Mitchell has continuously woven a blanket of collaboration among entertainment giants and nearly recognized registries, expressly among African Americans while increasingly expanding to a broader arena of inclusion with some push back by her original followers. However, Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell manages to meld the melting pot of her “Faces of Rap Mothers” brand and image, which evolves in an upward spiral and features a lot of thankfulness to providence.
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Members of the “Faces of Rap Mothers®” range from hardcore rappers, to mainstream hip hop, to courtesans and jesters or comedians, to actresses and actors, and even progressive thinkers and students of life. The range and scope of participants who are most often “initially contributory members” of Candy’s book series: 1) Faces of Rap Mothers®, 2) Rap Mothers® Save the Day (children’s), 3) Faces of Rap Mothers Fathers Editions®, 4) Faces of Rap Mothers® Presents (musicians and entertainers) . . . move forward in time while embracing each element of Candy’s success from concept, to YouTube, to book ideas to published works (DonnaInk Publications – www.donnaink.com), to reality television, to mainstream radio inclusion, to multi-channel programming, to channel ownership, to Coachellas, and today . . . to television station ownership with what is becoming a diverse line-up . . . predominantly featuring up-and-coming rap and hip hop artisans joined by health and wellness experts; current events, entertainment gossip, book and education, spiritual, etc. programs slated for fall 2021. “Faces of Rap Mothers®” contributors, supporters, sponsors, followers, fans, and even groupies, buttress Ms. DeVore-Mitchell’s every stride toward her new horizons where no stone is left unturned.
Of course, amidst growth and expansion, is the reality series Faces of Rap Mothers® dramas where more than one participant suggests Candy’s brand and image belong to them instead or should be identified as their vision, but Candy’s unique blend of special sauces . . . seemingly derived from the Strother, DeVore, and Mitchell household lineage . . . bring together unique worlds of what would otherwise be separate silos of method and performance expansion and does so with a cohesive smattering where bravado and self-exploitation feature successful results – every participant’s career thus far, when coupled with the Strother – DeVore – Mitchell acumen, has elevated as an outcropping of conjoining with Candy’s vision and entertainment stream . . . perhaps with exception of her long-time friend and acquaintance Snoop Dogg.
The Faces of Rap Mothers® Television Station airs on Roku and is going to have scheduled media beginning 1 October 2021; at this time, the channel loops promo reels and excerpts from prior station programs, such as MJOWN Network and others . . . additionally, among Candice’s entourage are Lena Moss (mother or Aaron Hall’s daughter Kaloni Hall) and Nick Payne (Director of “Faces of Rap Mothers®”) – both also have some reach back to the DeVore family in their lineage and if appearances ascribe lineage – they are demonstrative of that fact.
So look forward to the “Faces of Rap Mothers®” as an emerging brand and program network being made available for American and International entertainment consumption and remember “Candy” had an idea for each of you to enjoy.
About Faces of Rap Mothers® Television Network: Faces of Rap Mothers® voice, and vision, of Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell, delivers books and televised programs including the “Rap Mothers® Save The Day” children’s series, which speak truth from women of all colors, creeds, and denominations as dulcet supports in their past. Faces of Rap Mothers® conjoins, empowers, and unites women enplaning roles as coaches, comedians, entertainers, entrepreneurs, healers, sages, and homemakers among associates, families, and friends, rap and hip-hop industry icons, readers, and fans. Faces of Rap Mothers delivers a real-time evolutionary capture of an industry transitioning from angst, animosity, and sexism to acceptance, goodwill, and propriety while continuing in their zeal for entertainment through the inception, intervention, and reinvention of Rap Mothers® (e.g.: mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, cousins and affiliates of rap and hip-hop iconic figures) and Rap Fathers® nationally and internationally while strategizing patterned abundance, growth-ignition, and resilience in the reformation of history from the lens of women engaged in futures planning (credit: Ms. Donna L. Quesinberry).
About Faces of Rap Mothers® Television Leadership:
Owner and Chairwoman, Founder and Creator, Faces of Rap Mothers® Television Network and Platform Ms. Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell grew up in New York City, NY; a niece of a civil rights leader who worked directly alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Ophelia DeVore-Mitchell, Candy is a lifelong innovator whose family remained steeped in entertainment and political landscapes. She motivates others as CEO of Faces of Rap Mothers® Corporation and is the Author of her multi-series books including Faces of Rap Mothers®, Rap Mothers® Save the Day, Faces of Rap Mothers Fathers Edition®, and Faces of Rap Mothers® Presents and is also CEO, Executive Producer, and Casting Coordinator of Black Cash Records Universal, which is a well-received VH1, BET, and MTV success-driven venture. A Family Rights Activist for the Affiliated Peoples Alliance (AP), Mrs. DeVore-Mitchell is married and currently resides in California.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Faces of Rap Mothers Television Network® Ms. Dianna Boss grew up in Los Angeles where her brother, T Bone Reed, was a member of the ROBOT BOYS and danced with Soul Train, he introduced Dianna to Chaka Khan, Snoop Dogg, and William Iam among other entertainment artisans. Ms. Boss is a Contributor to the Faces of Rap Mothers® Series in Book Two and Book Four and is also an advocate for foster children and has served as a foster parent herself successfully raising her adoptive children. She appreciates community work and outreach. Today, Dianna is forward-focused on philanthropic interests surrounding her role with the Faces of Rap Mothers®. She believes in uplifting and empowering people of every color, creed, and nationality. Ms. Boss is single and currently resides in California.
President Faces of Rap Mothers Television Network® and Book Platform Ms. Donna L. Quesinberry grew up in metropolitan Washington DC and is Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Chief Operations Officer (COO) Faces of Rap Mothers® Corporation; Author of Book Development 101, Faces of Rap Mothers® Ultimate Guidebook, Halfway to Everywhere – Guide to Carthage, Laughter and Other Considerations, Stolen Lullabies and Secret Impasses; Desktop Publisher and Associated Editor Eisenhower and Civil Rights and NATO at Fifty; Former National Writing Examiner Syndicated Columnist; Former Syndcated Columnist of Fourth Estate, New Age Philosophies, Washington DC Government Business, Washington DC Military Technology, and Washington DC Wounded Warrior; Founder and CEO dpInk Ltd. Liability Company; Founder and President DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C.; Ghostwriter w/credit An Introduction to Enterprise Architecture, Bonds Unbroken (unreleased), Faces of Rap Mothers Fathers Edition®, Faces of Rap Mothers Presents®; Faces of Rap Mothers®, Fiber Channeling, Rap Mothers® Save the Day, Mississippi to Hollywood: Autobiography of Nick Payne, Select C-Level Entrepreneur Biographies and Resumes, Image and Management Coach and Consultant; Senior Proposal Writer; Senior Technical Writer; University Course Developer and Instructor New Age Philosophies for Writing Enhancement; is an accomplished minimalist poet, etc. Ms. Quesinberry is single and currently resides in metropolitan Washington DC.
Vice President Faces of Rap Mothers Television Network® Mrs. Shonta Gibson (Queen G) sister of none other than Tyrese Gibson (i.e.: American singer, rapper, songwriter, actor, and model) grew up in Los Angeles California. Queen G is the Author of D’ZZZ To Success: Best Selling Author, E’ZZZ To Success, Get Back Up Again: Shonta Renee Gibson, My Clothes Won’t Go on Me, P’ZZZZ To Success, Queen G Media Course, The C’S To Success, and Co-Author of Dolly Mix-up, Entrepreneurs Spotlight to Success (From Trials to Triumph), Hood Rich, Majestic Mermaid, My Pet Penguin, My Uncle Is Famous, and My Unicorn Cake. Contributor to Faces of Rap Mothers® Book One and Book Three with a Dedication Spotlight Faces of Rap Mothers® Book Two, Former Editor-in-Chief of 77 Magazine where she interviewed entertainment artists such as Tarajii Henson, Action Crockett, Katt Williams; Founder of Let’s Go to Work Entertainment; Radio Personality at EOTM Radio and Media and Marketing Director for MJ Own Network. She has an extensive list of film credits as an actress. Mrs. Gibson is also a wife and mother currently residing in Texas.
Director Faces of Rap Mothers Television Network® Mr. Nick Payne was raised in rural Mississippi; he’s the Author of Mississippi to Hollywood: Autobiography of Nick Payne and Founder of Sumthin Nyce Entertainment where he serves as Executive Producer and Actor also is the Creator and Designer of Sumthin Nyce Entertainment Footwear. Nick is the Executive Producer at Scribe Conversion Media & Publishing Company and a Producer, Casting Agent, and Actor at Shield-Maiden Productions. He has an extensive list of film credits as an actor, producer, and writer as well. Mr. Payne is single and currently resides in California.
Links to learn more:
Faces of Rap Mothers Website
Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell Intro
Announcement of Faces of Rap Mothers® Television Network by Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell on her FB Thread
Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell Chairwoman, Chairwoman, Founder, Creator, Owner, and Author
Ms. Dianna Boss on Facebook
Let’s Go To Work Entertainment News
Faces of Rap Mothers Facebook Fan Page
Faces of Rap Mothers® YouTube Channel
Faces of Rap Mothers (@facesofrapmotherscorporation)
DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C.
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