COVERGIRLS

Work­ing To­wards Their DREAM at 4 & 8-Years-Old

DREAM TEEN Magazine - - Cover Story -

DREAM TEEN Magazine (DTM) not only in­ter­views celebri­ties, we look for lo­cal tal­ent and youth who are liv­ing their dreams. We be­lieve to dream is to en­amor your soul’s pas­sion, al­low­ing your imag­i­na­tion to be the plat­form to cre­ate your destined abil­ity. With an in­treprid spirit, a dreamer can rise to CEO and en­trepreneur­ship.

DTM in­ter­viewed two lo­cal in­sep­a­ra­ble sis­ters who know what they want to be when they get older. Meliya Robin Jack­son is 8 years-old. She loves to dance, read, color and make clothes. She wants to be a dance in­struc­tor.

Meliya’s sis­ter Mariah Jack­son is 4 years old and loves play­ing with her sis­ter. She wants to be a doc­tor. Both are mod­el­ing kids fash­ions by Sophis­ta­cated Kidz for the Fall cam­paign of DREAM TEEN Magazine. DT By Tar­ran Carter

3. Bak­ing Soda 4. Honey & Brown Sugar Scrub

Get to know these artists. I love bring­ing you these count­downs be­cause this is proof that cul­ture or distance is not a bar­rier be­tween any of us to serve or love the God that cre­ated us. You, the reader and mu­sic fan, have a va­ri­ety of styles to choose from. Lis­ten to this great mu­sic, and you will be blessed for it. Crazy One of C1 Ra­dio re­cently launched his new video show. The name of this broad­cast is “The Zone,” which show­cases some of the hottest artists and groups in Ur­ban Gospel Mu­sic. I asked him to tell me what his biggest chal­lenge was to get this plat­form started. He said “Our biggest chal­lenge get­ting this show off was mak­ing sure we weren’t the same run of the mill video show, but at the same time giv­ing peo­ple some­thing fa­mil­iar and com­fort­able to watch!” To find out more in­for­ma­tion on “The Zone” and what the Crazy One is do­ing, fol­low him on Twit­ter @CrazyOne373. Re­cently, there was a great event that took place in Bos­ton that was fun filled for an en­tire week­end. I’m talk­ing about the El­e­va­tion Con­fer­ence, which opened with a great out­reach event in Dorch­ester, MA on May 28th. There were great artists on hand such as Vanni fka SoVo­cab, Se­ri­ous Voice, and many more. I want to send a spe­cial shout out to Arva J for play­ing a huge part in or­ga­niz­ing this por­tion of the El­e­va­tion Con­fer­ence. The big day, in the minds of many, was May 29th as this was an of­fi­cial, heavy hit­ting event that New Eng­land Ur­ban Gospel Mu­sic fans an­tic­i­pated. I was able to speak with Mike Mack AKA Church Boy of the ACE Life Move­ment about the event. He talked about the artists that kicked things off. The open­ers were Steven Mal­colm, Ap­pleJaxx, Caleb McCoy, Dis­ci­ple (D.I), and Vanni. When I asked him about the event, Mike Mack said “It was hon­estly our best crowd ever. They stood up and got hyped for the very first opener and never sat down or turned down. It was elec­tric.” Reach Records Record­ing Artist KB blessed the au­di­ence as the fea­tured artist for the even­ing. It is ev­i­dent that the fans got what they paid for.

Pho­tog­ra­phy Rickey Allen Cloth­ing So­phis­ti­cated Kidz

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