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Andre Bellos: Entertainer & Entrepreneur

  Born in Chicago to immigrant parents, Andre was the middle child out of five. Being brought up in a blended family, being of half Greek and half Salvadorian decent, theatre was in his blood and by age thirteen he was enrolled in Barbizon modeling school. For the next several years, Andre passionately indulged in singing, dancing, and acting lessons. On July 4th, of 2013 Andre Bellos released his highly anticipated official debut album "Mythology". Mythology produced the hit "Otra Vez" (Tried again) which was the first Spanglish unreleased single from this crossover artist. The song hit the top ten w/in 7 days on local pop charts for Chicago, and in 2015 was re-released with new cover art and renamed, Mythology re-loaded.  Andre has been seen on Fox's hit show Empire, meshing music, acting, and fashion. He garnered cameos in the controversial Spike Lee joint "Chi-raq" and the Ron Howard film "The Dilemma", just to name a couple projects. His

Alyssa Gallarneau : Queen, Media Personality & Musician

  Gallarneau, 17 years old, started singing at the age of 7. Alyssa surprised many with her dynamic voice.  Alyssa was dubbed “the little girl with the big voice”. Alyssa just finished filming on her second season, Chicago Talent’s Reality Show.  She appeared at the official Chicago Oscar’s party, New York Fashion Week and is currently the youngest radio Alyssa host in the Midwest, winning her the Chicago Oscar in 2018, 2017 GEO Outstanding Program by an Intern, and 2016 winner for the Lake County Journal for The Aly G Show. Alyssa, at the age of 10 years old started her philanthropy platform “Singing for a Cause “with a goal of making a difference in her community by helping others through inspirational songs. From humble beginnings of singing in nursing homes. Her platform has expanded to performing for charities, to celebrity events. Her performances have been streamed live in over 170 countries worldwide, and Alyssa sang in front of 5,000 attendees at a State Competition, performed

Titans Of Tomorrow: #BlackBusinessesMatter The First Wave

  Image Credit It's no secret that people of color have been some of the greatest contributors to society in all facets of life. From the Dr. Kings and Malcom X's in the civil rights era to the Naomi Campbells and Tyra Bankses of the fashion industry to the Oprah Winfreys and Wendy Williamses of media and marketing, they have been hands down crucial to the world in every sense of the word. Yet, why are we in 2020 and still they have no peace? They've journeyed through the valleys and shadows of death to arrive at their accomplishments and successes, moving mountains and walking on waters of faith and dreams, but still have to say things like #BlackLivesMatter. Well, we recognize that people of color are not only iconic but essential. Warriors of their time, valiantly battling racism, discrimination, oppression, poverty, the black and brown prison pipeline, police brutality and more, they stand tall as true Titans of Tomorrow. This article sheds a little light on some black