The 2020 Issue 1 is Released!

April 15, 2020

The Thin Blue Line Interview

March 16, 2020

Chaunte Mills, Strong & Free

February 14, 2020

April Dossett, Chic in the City

January 14, 2020

Introducing Eleven XXI

December 1, 2019

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November 1, 2019

UNPLUGGED: We are with Sam Lehner, chief of marketing for Eleven XXI. You are the person that's creating the image, and getting that image out to the world about Eleven XXI. How challenging is it to do that for a new start up? Sam: It has its ups and downs. If it was an already started company with a foundation there would have been previous images to base things off of. Since it is brand new, there is a lot of room to get creative with it. Sometimes we will take things we make and think it's wonderful! Weeks or months later were like, what were we thinking? Then we have to go back and tweak our work. Sometimes it gets shaky, but since there is a lot of room to work with. It's fun to do your own thing! To be able to start from scratch and just create whatever Preston bounces off of me or Derek throws my way. We bring their brand to life!

May 27, 2019

UPM: How did you get here? Jordan: First, I started off by taking interest in the event. I contacted Prophocey and Real Music Records put me through this program which challenged me mentally to get my ideas out. It shaped me to be the man that I am currently becoming. UPM: What is the ADP Program? Jordan: The ADP Program is called the Artist Development Program. It prepares an artist to follow their dreams with strategy. It has a biblical foundation challenges a person’s ability to believe through the unknown until concepts become a tangible reality.

April 6, 2019

When we are in a relationship we sometimes lose who we are as a person. As individuals we find ourselves putting our needs, wants, and desires to the back while putting others at the forefront. This becomes more evident if you are in a marriage and have children. As a mother and while I was a wife I found myself putting everyone else above myself. The children and my then husband came first! Before I would do anything for myself, their needs took center stage. When we are in a relationship we sometimes lose who we are as a person. As individuals we find ourselves putting our needs, wants, and desires to the back while putting others at the forefront. This becomes more evident if you are in a marriage and have children. As a mother and while I was a wife I found myself putting everyone else above myself. The children and my then husband came first! Before I would do anything for myself, their needs took center stage. As the marriage came to a close I found myself lost; not k...

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