TQ The Queen has been in the broadcasting industry for the past 20 years. She has spent most of her time in the Promotions, Production and Programming departments. TQ The Queen is the Local Producer for all of the morning syndicated shows in Atlanta including The Steve Harvey Morning Show, The Russ Parr Morning Show, Get Up Mornings with Erica Campbell & Griff and The Rickey Smiley morning show, On Air Saturdays from 2-6 p.m. and is the Programming Assistant. You can also listen to her Enjoying the Journey podcast on majicatl.com where she gives you a dose of positive energy.
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Café Mocha’s YoYo is a Grammy-nominated rapper and actress best known for classic rap hits like “Can’t Play With My Yo-Yo,” “The Bonnie & Clyde Theme” with Cube and “I Wanna Be Down” with Brandy, Queen Latifah and MC Lyte.
With more than 25 years in the music business, Yo-Yo’s professional journey was recently featured on TV One’s marquee franchise, “Unsung.” The Compton, Calif.-native—who has consistently toured throughout the years—performed earlier this year at the Trump Awards in Atlanta as part of a tribute to hip-hop trailblazers Salt-N-Pepa.
A feminist and community crusader, YoYo is working to empower young people with her youth program, YoYo’s School of Hip-Hop. Yo-Yo’s program operates in both Los Angeles, Calif. and Highland Park, Mich., where her husband, DeAndre Windom, is the mayor. The mission is to help educate youths within the community about dance, music, and learning how to compose and perform powerful messages in rap music.
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A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Derek was the first African-American male from that city to receive Congressional nominations to attend The United States Naval Academy, West Point and the United States Air Force Academy. He attended the U.S. Air Force Academy Prep School for one year before deciding to pursue his interest in entertainment and accepting a scholarship to Florida A&M University, which is where he started his radio career.