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The First Lady of R&B/Hip-Hop Faith Evans along with Husband Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Stevie J visited HOTT923 Radio, with Air Personality Chris Epps Presents... HOTT923 one of the Hottest streaming online radio stations in the country which can be heard on the iHeartRadio app, Apple app, Google app, Tune In Radio, Alexa, Apple Car Play and www.HOTT923.com.
Faith Evans took time to stop by to talk music with Chris Epps Presents... and the Ladies of Decades. Currently HOTT923 is in a "Bringing Urban Radio Movement Back to the Community" stated Station Manager Ty Dock. Faith Evans and Stevie J is just one of the first of many celebrities that is scheduled to stop by one of the most popular streaming radio stations in the country.
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More than Music...Sohl. Phoenix Sohl is a Performing Artist & Media Personality, by way of Atlanta, GA. Born in Hampton, Virginia she was raised in a military family and had the opportunity to explore the world and live overseas in Japan and Germany. She credits those experiences for her adventurous spirit, appreciation for diversity, and versatile style.
H.E.R. ANNOUNCES FALL NORTH AMERICAN “I USED TO KNOW HER TOUR”
H.E.R. will be back on the road with a new headlining tour this fall. Expected to be in support of her much-anticipated debut album, the “I Used To Know HER Tour” will find the songstress traveling across North America from November through December 2018.
Kicking off Nov. 10 in Atlanta, the trek will make stops in 21 cities including Philadelphia, New York, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, Houston, and more before closing out Dec. 20 in San Francisco. Rising R&B singers Bri Steves and Tone Stith will join the tour as opening acts.
Pre-sale tickets are available today via Spotify, and the general public sale begins on Friday, September 14.
With over one billion combined streams to date, the release of the breakthrough H.E.R. Volume 1, H.E.R. Volume 2 – The B Sides, and recently released I Used To Know Her: The Prelude, H.E.R. has quickly established herself as one of modern music’s most fascinating new voices. After captivating audiences with her medley performance of “Focus” and “Best Part” with Daniel Caesar on the 2018 BET Awards and commanding the stage on her own sold-out headlining domestic and international tours, in addition to Chris Brown’s “Heartbreak on a Full Moon Tour,” anticipation continues to grow for the release of H.E.R.’s official debut album, signifying that the future is bright for the young R&B star.
Tinashe is bringing her moves to “Dancing With the Stars.”
The pop/R&B singer will reportedly join Season 27 of ABC’s dance competition series, according to E! News.
Tinashe is not the first pop star to put on her dancing shoes. Past “DWTS” contenders have included Brandy, Mya, Zendaya, Christina Milian, Tamar Braxton, Normani, and Nicole Scherzinger, who won the Mirrorball trophy in 2010.
The 25-year-old released her sophomore album Joyride in April. She recently dropped a couple of loose tracks, including “Throw a Fit” and “Like I Used To,” and is reportedly working on a mixtape called ‘Nashe.’
The full cast of “DWTS” was announced on “Good Morning America” on Wednesday (Sept. 12). Season 27 premieres Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. ET.
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EMPLOYERS CAN MAKE THE WORKPLACE A HEALTHY PLACE
Good Eating, Good Drinking & Exercise - The Answers to Good Life
Healthy eating and proper exercise can enhance workplace performance. Employers can contribute with the development of thoughtful practices that encourage employees to engage in healthy activities.
Employers can establish programs within the work space that would create and improve partnering and group interaction. There is a special dynamic that develops when employees share diet tips, food dishes, recipes and in general fruits and vegetables that can be distributed throughout the office and can be appreciated within the work environment. Technology has opened the door for creativity and sharing that has never been offered previously. Hassle-free information is just a click away.
Employers can contribute by designated a specific time and day that they will provide health information professionals to be available to their employees in order to keep them apprised of new and cutting edge information about food, exercise and beverages.
The employer can establish a once a week Farmer’s Market on site of the workplace for employees to purchase and consume healthy foods for themselves and their families.
Employers can install an alkaline water machine in their facility to offer water that contains a high ph balance for their workforce.
Employers can create healthy competition within the work space. By working with the health care providers that provides medical insurance for their employees, the employer can create a program where the staff can monitor their steps, cholesterol, blood pressure, and glucose levels. All personal medical information will only be handled by health care providers and with the written permission of the employee.
Employers can provide extra time mid-day for workers to participate in walks, cycling, yoga, eliminate stress activities, exercise and other activities that will enhance body movement.
Employers can provide monetary or gift incentives for the winners of specific competitions. For the employer, the goal is to improve job performance, longevity and fewer critical illnesses which lead to loss of work hours and stress on others. Some programs are free to California Health Care Providers.