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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May 27, 2019

UPM: How does it feel to complete the film “Bad Business”? MR. CAMPBELL: It feels absolutely wonderful! It’s been a long time coming but we arrived here and the success has been great. I’m so thankful for our cast, the local artists that contributed to the soundtrack, my wife and just all the support through this entire project. UPM: Were there any surprises that you didn’t expect as you navigated filming this film? MR. CAMPBELL: Honestly, there are always surprises. In my opinion, very rarely do I think projects happen exactly as we plan them but you have to go with the flow. I was surprised that we sold out our premiere showing of the movie. The success from that event alone is still amazing to me. I met some resistance along the way and to know that there were so many people who still were anxious to see the final product is very humbling to me.

May 27, 2019

Grabbing the mic was not something he did by accident. He was born for it. He was bred for it. During the 2019 Arnold Classic, Prophocey made his voice and brand heard to hundreds of onlookers. He started his show by having his Real Music Records models showcase his new fashion line as the introduction to the performance. Jordan James, Christie Crockett and Chantal Woods all rocked the runway with their style and swag. From one corner of the stage to the next, the models showcased the different looks that any person could experience, if they dared to rock a Prophocey T-shirt or a Real Music Records shirt

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.

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