On top of her game, Dana Divine was the Gospel House Music Diva in the early 2000s. Her hot dance track “Gospel Slide” hit the airwaves and Dana was the “it girl” for getting crowds out of their seats in Jesus’ name. As in anything, there were critics and naysayers, however she stayed true to who she was musically. In a recent interview, Dana Divine talked about her music and being a cancer survivor.
Kendrick Gibson has been the go-to guy to get things done on the Chicago fashion scene. Charisma and style is Kendrick. Vetavia’s Cajun Cafe, Saturday, Nov. 1, was the venue for the send off bash.
Festivities were poppin’ as guests arrived to a standing room only crowd. Attendees feasting on Vetavia’s Jamaican cuisine, bumpin’ DJ sounds and great entertainment from local artists. The Guest of Honor taking glam shots with friends, family and fashion colleagues.
The backdrop to the love shown is the love Kendrick has consistently given out. Working with Chicago fashion designers and stylists coordinating fashion shows (African Fashion Week, Chicago Fashion Week, etc.) and national celebrities such as Dr. Drai’s “Medical T” Tour. Kendrick has a keen eye for what works, a personality that shines and a get-it-done attitude. This is why he has been the person fashion gods call on.
L.A. has gained a gem and wealth of knowledge with Kendrick joining the capital of entertainment. Take note, Kendrick Gibson’s star is in orbit to the stratosphere of Hollywood Boulevard and beyond. Follow him on Facebook and Instagram to find out his latest happenings. Book Kendrick to execute your next event’s vision and/or to give your image that KG oomph.
Oxygen Media’s new reality series “Fix My Choir” aired the first episode of season one Wednesday, Nov. 5. Famed multi-award winner Gospel music singer and Preachers of L.A. cast member, Deitrick Haddon, tackles keeping harmony within choirs with multi-award winning R&B group Destiny’s Child former member turned Gospel music singer, Michelle Williams. With one episode under their belt, will viewers see more attitude fixing or choirs actually being made better?