Isis Nicole is a Cincinnati native majoring in Journalism at Columbia College Chicago.
Singer/songwriter Charlie Vox, by way of Jersey City, N.J., is making her big break this year from behind the scenes and onto the front stage. Having opened for Destiny’s Child, as well as penning songs for artists like Rihanna and Melanie Fiona, Charlie is finally letting her own voice be heard. In this interview, she discusses her start in the music business, why it’s easier to “lie instead,” and her commitment to music.
As the New Year approaches, fashion becomes more festive than ever. You start to see major differences in what your favorite retailer or boutique offers. Instead of the normal fall colors and accessories, there are pieces with splashes of sequins, lively holiday colors, and shiny shirts, bottoms and jewelry. With so many options, you must know the dos and don’ts of this glitzy time of year. So, allow me to help you out a bit.
Nail art has gone far beyond salons and straight into fashion shoots, music videos, parties, retail shops and galleries.
Makeup is often a decision between enhancing beauty and or covering flaws. And no matter the choice, you always want to look good, not cheap. Here are some tips that will help you look your best.
The social network scene is the last place I would want to interact with nosey family members –– probably because I put just enough information on there to stir up some nonsense.
In less than one week, the month of one of the most celebrated “holidays” will start. Halloween.
Jan Buckner Walker, creator of the number one family crossword Kids Across Parents Down, took some time out with GlossMagazineOnline (GMO) to share a bit of her story as a puzzle maker recognized across the country. She is a gifted businesswoman full of humor and grace from Silver Spring, MD, who finds joy in making puzzles to bring smiles to others. Walker was acknowledged by President Obama after being asked to create custom Kids Across Parents Down puzzles for gift bags in regards to the Children's Inaugural Ball and the State of Illinois Ball, and continues to create puzzles which run weekly in newspapers throughout the United States.
It takes a lot of courage to be a black woman who rocks, literally, in an industry that often boxes artists in. But singer/songwriter Melody Angel, former contestant on "P. Diddy’s Starmaker," makes it her main goal to set herself apart from the stereotypes of what music should be and shares her story with GlossMagazineOnline (GMO).
It’s no secret that body and beauty can go a long way in the entertainment industry, but for singer and model Tanya T6 (T=Tanya, 6=six pack), success and respect means much more than looks. Dedicated to keeping her music versatile and fun, Tanya explores R&B, pop and hip hop as a way to keep listeners on their toes and to express her love for melodic sounds. She credits Bone Thugs & Harmony as her number one inspiration in music, taking what she learned from them to perfect becoming a sort of smooth singer and rapper.
Compton native Casha Monet (Radio Killa/Def Jam recording artist) is most notably known for her R&B vocals on rapper Yung Berg’s crossover track, “The Business.” But after enjoying the success of the song, which became a Top 40 hit and allowed Monet to perform on BET’s 106 & Park, things kind of “stalled out” for the young singer. Now, though, Monet is back and giving listeners more than just the business. Full of charm and dedication, Monet is set on making sure she achieves her dreams of superstardom—no matter what.