Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell, Dianna Boss, and Madamm Meek are featuring in remake of the hit single, “Goodies”, which was originally written and performed by Ciara 2003 to 2004; also, included in impending album by Faces of Rap Mothers Music Group
Washington, D.C, District of Columbia Nov 5, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. (www.donnaink.com) introduces the Faces of Rap Mothers Music Group whose remake of “Goodies” (www.soundcloud.com/facesofrapmothers) by Ciara has recently released and is airing on niche’ radio stations across the United States and varied digital mediums on the Internet and airwaves. This group is another of Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell’s creative endeavors through the Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise (a California Corporation) (www.facesofrapmothers.com) – her subsidiary verticals thus far include 1) music production and 2) television network currently as entertainment initiatives. A 501(c) 3 is on the horizon for a reputable charity to empower culturally-driven young women by charitable giving; and, registered membership for female, and now male, Member Artists to Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise Community, with the ability to highlight music participation or television network interests begins in January 2022.
Presently, Mr. Clifton (The Real Testimoni) Huxstable, connected with Owner Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell to become Faces of Rap Mothers Music Group’s business consultant, during a meet-up at Ms. Dianna Boss’s home. Dianna, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Faces of Rap Mothers Television Network, also performs vocals on “Goodies”. Madamm Meek, well-known rap and hip hop artist, joins Candy and Dianna on the “Goodies” remake, which artist Ciara extended blessings regarding.
An additional remake in the works from the group is “Touch My Body,” a Mariah Carey track, which introduces Benji and HONEY BLUNT to the Faces of Rap Mothers Music Group and includes Angela Gilchrist-Guyton as well who overlays the track. Both Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell and Dianna Boss vocalize in “Touch My Body” with the addition of Enola Gaye as the engineer and an additional vocalist. Meek, who is not on the “Touch My Body” track; will be included on additional Masters for the soon-to-be album for release. The Faces of Rap Mothers Music Group is working toward an album comprised of remakes and to include original compositions. These women are currently looking to be signing with some record companies and associative industry facilitators to take their Masters to the next level . . . so be looking for these women on your radio and broadcasts as they intend to soar together. There are additional members to participate in upcoming creations. Updates will be released once established.
About Faces of Rap Mothers: is a small, woman-owned, corporation in the State of California doing business as Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise.
About Faces of Rap Mothers Music Group: is a small, woman-owned, subsidiary vertical of Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise where music creation, remake, and production is enacted through Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise Membership’s Artists.
About Faces of Rap Mothers Television Network: is a woman-owned, subsidiary vertical of Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise, which airs on Roku where over 50 million viewers can enjoy her promise of nationwide, extensive, Rap Mother and Entertainment Artisan program series, comprised of artists, entertainers, followers, fans, friends, family, associates, and even crushers and groupies who join together in welcoming the newest entrepreneurial enterprise.
Faces of Rap Mothers Mission Statement: Faces of Rap Mothers(C) voice, and vision, of Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell, deliver books, music, and televised programs including the “Rap Mothers Save The Day(C)” children’s book series, which speak truth from women of all colors, creeds, and denominations as dulcet supports in past lives as supporters of rap and hip-hop industry’s icons. 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(C) also delivers real-time evolutionary captures of this industry that is 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) 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.
Faces of Rap Mothers Vision Statement: The Faces of Rap Mothers(C) vision is to entertain while leading rap and hip-hop enthusiasts toward the development of understanding women behind the industry and having fun while engaging the community-at-large to inspire young people toward brighter diversity mindset future planning and embrasure of the woman- and minority-owned businesses.
Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise’s Multiple Series Books are published through the owner’s publisher, DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C., and their Imprints Beat Deep Books and Little Buggy Productions and remain severable from Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise; the impending November and December releases include:
From Faces of Rap Mothers Books (volumes one through ten):
From Faces of Rap Mothers Fathers Editions (volumes one through ten):
– Faces of Rap Mothers Fathers Edition Book Two (releasing in December 2021)
From Faces of Rap Mothers Presents . . .
From Rap Mothers Save The Day: (children’s books)
Additional news from the Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise coming to you soon!
Ms. Donna L. Quesinberry
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