Clients

Brad James Tyler Perry’s “For Better Or Worse” Actor OWN TV Friday Nights

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Brad James was more than ready for the big leagues when the opportunities came calling. After his first television role on Tyler Perry’s “Meet the Browns”, Brad James began landing roles on shows such as, The CW’s “Vampire Diaries” and “One Tree Hill”, BET’s “Let’s Stay Together” and “Reed Between the Lines”, MTV’s “Teen Wolf” and VH1’s “Single Ladies”. Brad has also starred in several web based programs; including, “Osiris: The Series” and “Templeton Pride”. More film credits are sure to follow including the soon to be released, “A Haunting in Georgia” with Chad Michael Murray and Academy Award nominee, Cicely Tyson.

Reggie Rouse, Vice President of Urban Programming for CBS Radio and the Program Director for Atlanta’s number one station, WVEE-FM and WAOK-AM

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In 2005, Rouse was promoted to programming director at V-103 FM, Atlanta’s number one urban radio station. Inheriting a number one station can be daunting but he took the reins and lead WVEE-FM and WAOK–AM to new heights. Both stations are known for their outreach and community activism. The station raised over $200,000 for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Also, when so many were angry about the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin, the station chose to allow the community to vent their frustrations.

“We have committed to doing community forums each month. Yes, we want to get good ratings and bring in revenue, but we also want to educate and inform our listeners,” Rouse says.

Rouse credits his faith for his success and says that he wouldn’t change the tough times he went through to get to this point in his career.

Arman Iman – Founder & CEO Mosaic Entertainment

MOSAIC ENTERTAINMENT HOUSE – A full service music “solution” offering management, promotion, distribution and marketing in all aspects of the music industry.  From signing new independent artist to booking and promoting world reknown award winning artist, Mosaic Entertainment House offers more than just label services it aligns you with stars.

MOSAIC FILMZ – The newly formed film company, 2014, offers production services for any level, from the small budget reality series to the mega budget Movie deal, MOSAIC FILMZ has the resources to transform your vision onto the big screen. Post- production on television series “By Any Means” -Directed by Kim Fields – be on the lookout for Mosaic Filmz on track to the the “film/production company to be on the watch for in 2016.”

Jamal “Gravy” Woolard 

 

Jamal “Gravy” Woolard is an actor, known for Notorious (2009), Daisy and Ray (2011) and Battle Scars (2015). Currently wrapped production 2/2016 for All Eyez On Me (Tupac Shakur -film) set for release in September 2016 . Also Jamal Woolard will appear in Barber Shop – The Next Cut Director Malcolm Lee – in theaters April 15th 2016.

 

Ramona Debreaux – V 103 (CBS Radio) Mid-Day Host 

V-103 Ramona DeBreaux midday host. DeBreaux can be heard weekdays from 10:00AM – 2:00PM live on Atlanta’s “The People’s Station” at 103.3 FM, online at www.v-103.com and via the Radio.com app for a variety of mobile devices.

Rick Caffey, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, CBS RADIO Atlanta added, “Ramona is a treasured family member to our Atlanta listeners who loves and lives radio. She can easily deliver the content and energy our audience wants to hear, and we’re thrilled to feature her in this primetime spot.”

Since 2007, DeBreaux has been one of V-103’s most beloved personalities, having hosted a variety of on-air and live broadcasts, special events and press junkets. A social, tech-savvy professional, she has masterfully connected her energy, spirit and warmth into the hearts of her listeners.

Kimberly Smedley – Cast Member of BET/Centric’s “From The Bottom Up”

 

Kimberly Smedley – Author (Backside of the Story)/ Cast Member of  the new TV Show “From the Bottom Up” produced by Nicci Gilbert coming to CentricTV this fall.  (currently in production)

Kimberly Smedley, in at attempt to help women feel better about themselves, took over a black-market business where she performed butt injections and she paid the price. The mother of three explained how things went wrong in the September 2014 issue of Sister 2 Sister magazine.  Check out the online interview http://www.s2smagazine.com (pre prison sentence interview with Jamie Foster Brown) and post interview with Terry Shropshire of Atlanta Daily World  http://atlantadailyworld.com/2014/09/11/which-celebrity-big-butts-are-fake-author-kim-smedley-exposes-this-in-explosive-book/

Bob Whitfield – Play to Win Fox TV – Sports Analyst/ Former NFL Falcon/ PACE with Pros Founder – Consumer Brand & Spirits Marketing / Tackleskills.com CEO

 

Not only is former Atlanta Falcon Bob Whitfield making headline news in Atlanta as one of the top 25 best offensive lineman in Falcon history; he’s now back on primetime television Saturday mornings on Fox 5 Atlanta on a relatively new sports news show titled “Play to Win.” Joined by veteran and former Falcon colleague Chuck Smith, analyst Nikky Williams and football veteran Bob Neal, the show is designed to give viewers the best of football updates in thirty minutes.  http://rollingout.com/2015/12/27/bob-whitfield-plays-win-primetime-t-v-saturday-mornings-fox-5-atlanta/

Mission: To serve as product champions for companies seeking to increase consumer engagement by way of marketing, digital ad sales, promotions and branding. Founder of T.A.C.K.L.E. Skills.com . Owner of Entertainment/Fashion/Lifestyle Blog Anothermartinimoment.com/ Owner of Jonell PR Brand Management Agency and Founder. Manages the daily operation of Jonell PR Brand Mngmnt Agency.  Jonell “Media” PR is a content writer for T.A.C.K.L.E. Skills, P.A.C.E. with Pros & Columnist for the #MommyPolice/ “Healthy Eating for Teens” on the digital site T.A.C.K.L.E. Skills.com .

 

Vinny Curry – Philadelphia Eagles

Renewing his contract for 2016 year with the Philadelphia Eagles, this defensive lineman has become quite the sack man! A second-round selection of the Eagles in the 2012 NFL Draft, Vinny Curry saw valuable snaps as part of the team’s d-line rotation in the second half of his rookie campaign. Curry was named the 2011 Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year and finished his four-year career at Marshall with 26 sacks, 49 tackles for a loss and 10 forced fumbles. Pay attention this NFL season and see what the “Eagles Secret Weapon” has up his sleeve!

Former Clients Include:

Producer Bangladesh

Shondrae Crawford, better known by his stage names Bangladesh and Mr. Bangladesh, is a Grammy Award-winning American record producer, disc jockey and rapper, who was born and raised in Des Moines, Iowa, and now lives in Atlanta, Georgia.Bangladesh began producing beats in 1998,[2] but his first big break did not come until 2000 with his production of the hit single, “What’s Your Fantasy” for Ludacris. He has produced for LudacrisBeyoncéKe$haUsherNicki MinajT-PainBad Meets EvilIce Cube, and many other artists. Bangladesh collaborated with Bajan singer Rihanna on Talk that Talk for the song Cockiness , and a host of other artists. 

Sean Garrett – Songwriter/record producer / Bet I Penned it Music 

Garrett is responsible for a series of chart-topping compositions, most notably Usher’s “Yeah!”, Ciara’s breakout track “Goodies” Teairra Mari’s debut single “Make Her Feel Good” Mario’s single “Break Up” and Chris Brown’s debut single “Run It!”. He is in a production duo with Swizz Beatz, and together they produced several Beyoncé Knowles singles: “Ring the Alarm”, “Get Me Bodied”, “Upgrade U” and “Check on It”. He also writes often over productions by Polow da Don.

Garrett also embarked on a career as a performer,. His debut album, Turbo 919, was released June 24, 2008 on his Bet I Penned It Music imprint, through Interscope Records. (Garrett’s catch-phrase, which is featured in multiple songs he has produced, is “Smash on the radio, bet I penned it”.)