Charmaine Little

Charmaine Little

Charmaine Little is a contributing writer for GMO. She's a lover of all things writing and entertainment. One of her biggest passions is interviewing and sharing the story of up and coming as well as established artists, fashion designers and entrepreneurs.


Charmaine currently lives in Orlando, FL and can be reached at

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GodFrame Breaks the Norm in Christian Rap

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 05 November 2012 23:51

GodFrame isn’t your average Christian rapper. He’s a song writer, producer, youth pastor and mentor. He hopes to shut down negative stereotypes associated with Christian rap, use his music as an avenue to share his life experiences, and unite Christian and secular music.

Ovarian Cancer Through the Eyes of Chasidi Bell

Published in Lifestyle
Monday, 03 September 2012 20:08

Chasidi Bell is a Kentucky State University student and social butterfly. “If my major was social activities, I would pass each exam,” she says and laughs.

Adrienne Warren Talks "Bring It On: The Musical"

Published in Featured Articles
Monday, 03 September 2012 17:39

Gifted, humble and stunning, Adrienne Warren continues to gracefully evolve as a performer while maintaining a wholesome image in an entertainment industry where sex sells.

GMO Talks with Hip Hop Duo A-Roc & Blaze'

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 03 September 2012 16:38

With the rap industry (and music industry period) getting more and more crowded, it can be difficult for aspiring Hip Hop artists to separate themselves from the masses. But, A-Roc & Blaze’ are making a name for themselves with no problem. The Los Angeles rap duo have more than just unique flows: They write and produce their own music. After releasing three successful mix tapes, Get Well Soon, Never Felt Better, and their most recent No Gravity, plus new projects coming out this year, the two just may get what they’ve always wanted.

Sheila Rashid: From Hoodies to Harem Pants

Published in Fashion & Beauty
Friday, 02 March 2012 17:15

Sheila Rashid is more than just one of many up-and-coming fashion designers pursuing their dream in New York City. The Chicago-native's styles have been featured in major fashion shows like Italian Expo. One of her most recent accomplishments is signing America’s Next Top Model’s Cycle 4 contestant Keenyah Hill as a model for her line.

Melody Thornton: Branching Out on Her Own

Published in Featured Articles
Monday, 12 September 2011 20:32

When you hear the name Melody Thornton, the first thing you may think is: "That's the girl from Pussycat Dolls (PCD)." However, there's much more to the Phoenix native with southern roots who rose to fame as the youngest member of the group that produced several billboard chart-topping hits. She is a songwriter, dancer and model –– just to name a few –– who has held on to her passion for music since she was a little girl.

Rockstar Faces, launched by freelance makeup artist Yoly Gomez in 2010, is a group of up-and-coming hairstylists and makeup artists looking to make their mark in the fashion industry. GlossMagazineOnline (GMO) spoke with Yoly on how Rockstar Faces has done that so far.

While most of us got to know and love Malik Yoba through his role as heartthrob detective J.C. Williams in hit TV series New York Undercover, and more recently as Gavin in Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married? films, it’s no secret his fans have missed seeing him on the small screen every week. He returns to television for Sy-Fy’s new series Alphas.

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