• Grown Folks Only: What’s In YOUR Bedroom?
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    - As seen in the January 2014, Business Edition issue of The INDIEgator. - Article Short Link: http://TheINDIEgatorMag.com/?p=3531 (Note:  You can skip right to the Interview on Page 2) Business Review: On Saturday, September 7th, 2013, The INDIEgator Magazine attended the Bedroom Kandi "Ladies Night" Launch Party, hosted by our friend Michele Thompkins. The theme was mature, educational conversation about Sex and how to spice things up in your bedroom. This was a classy event which took place in a Fabulous upscale neighborhood in Sugar Land, TX. The whole setup was very Beautiful and Tasteful, the Dessert selections were quite Creative and Artistic. We loved it! Nothing was awkward despite the fact that this was our very first time attending an event like this. Our Editor even participated and won a few prizes! Michele and her Assistants ensured that everyone was comfortable and no one felt left out. Ladies (and Gentleman), if you need a little help getting things even

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  • Special Event: Valentines Day Review 2013
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    Mag Editor Kitty Y. Williams, Event Organizer Jazzy Red and Musician C-Bank$ at Coles of Houston 2/14/2013. by Kitty Y. Williams Family Reunion On Valentines Day 2013, The INDIEgator Magazine was invited out by Jazzy Red Productions and Butterflies Creation to celebrate a night of love and good music with a magnificent feast provided by Comfort Food Caterers and their über hot Server who made sure my plate was overflowing with all of Jazzy's good cooking. I'd have to say it was the probably the most enjoyable Valentine's Day I've had in a while. Part of my excitement was the nostalgia from reuniting with so many people like my old friends Jazzy Red and C-Bank$ whom I hadn't seen in a few years and Molew Designs who was there vending custom made earrings. There were several other beautiful people we got the opportunity to meet as well including DJ H-Town Butta and Emcee/Promoter Yolanda B who came down from Austin for the event. Old School Style After everyone had a chance to

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  • Tiffany Myñon’s Road to Paris and Beyond
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    Official Website │ Twitter │ YouTube │ Myspace Submitted by Austyn "MrBugz" Jeter Tiffany Myñon Genre: R&B New York, NY Tiffany Myñon is not your typical R&B fanatic who has been influenced by the streets of Harlem, NY and many Recording Artists since the Tender age of 4. The likes of Diana Ross, Stephanie Mills, Chaka Khan, Madonna, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Lauryn Hill and New Edition, to name a few, were the well respected voices that propelled Tiffany to pursue her own journey in Entertainment.  Tiffany began performing in talent shows in Headstart, singing "Let Me Be Your Angel" with the poise and voice of a seasoned vet! Tiffany joined the group "C.I.A" (Cuties in Affect) in her mid-teens and along with leading group songs, she went on to record her first single "Secret" and performed at numerous Black Expos within the Tri-State area and beyond.  Along this road, Myñon opened for the girl Group SWV and in 1993 opened the show at Atlanta's own

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  • Brian Culbertson’s Jazzy Dreams
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Page 32-35. Official Website │ Facebook │ Twitter │ YouTube │ Reverbnation│ USTREAM Brian Culbertson R&B/Jazz Multi-Instrumentalist Los Angeles, California www.BrianCulbertson.com by Kitty Y. Williams A few weeks ago I received an email from Helio PR introducing me to Verve/Universal Recording Artist, multi-Instrumentalist Brian Culbertson out of Los Angeles. Upon researching Brian further, I soon felt as if I had rediscovered Skittles for the first time as a child. Long story short, pure Euphoria! From the very first song I listened to on Amazon, “Still Here” feat. Vivian Green - lead single from his new Dreams album (which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Jazz Albums Chart), to his music videos on YouTube Vevo, I was entranced with the beauty of his collaborative sound and the different genres that were crossed throughout the different pieces. Through the music videos, I fell in love with the Spunk,

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  • A Unique State of Mind
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Page 36-38. Official Website │ Facebook │ Twitter │ Soundcloud by Enoch Williams Hip Hop Music is a young man’s sport. The older Artists become, the more susceptible they are to becoming irrelevant to youth of the culture, which are the targeted demographic. Because of this, I am always on the look out for the next young star who has potential to sit on the throne. The other day, I thought about which underground Hip Hop Artists are buzzing now. I thought about Houston’s own, Kirko Bangz and his monster hit “Drink In My Cup,” that is currently sending shock waves throughout the country. I was hooked once I heard his melodic overcast mixed with his southern drawl. However, I was interested in hearing a younger voice than the twenty-two year old flowologist’s; someone who is the product and embodiment of over thirty years of Hip Hop. I searched through a few trusted websites and found a mixtape that was

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