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By Eunice Moseley
Jone, Calvin Tucker, Jr. and Ricochet win big at the Baltimore "Uplifting Minds II" national talent competition
Fifteen year-old female rapper Jessi Jone, Contemporary Gospel singer Calvin Tucker, Jr., and a four member dance troop Ricochet
won big at the recent Baltimore "Uplifting Minds II" national talent competition hosted by Heaven 600's Mid-Day
Diva Doresa Harvey. The talent showcase ended with a wonderful modern dance performance by 11 year-old Kayla Eldridge, granddaughter
of the events' coordinator and founder Eunice Moseley (www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com). The Baltimore "Uplifting Minds
II" (ULMII) Entertainment Conference was held at Security Square Mall.
Winners received the ULMII Best Artist Award, a crystal blue ball set on top of an engraved platform.
In addition, each receives a list of prizes donated by event sponsors. Rapper Jessi Jone won best Songwriting Award, Calvin
Tucker Jr. won best Vocal Award, and Ricochet won best Dance Award. The event was presented by Security Square Mall and The
Baltimore Times (media partner).
entertainment business mogul Paul Gardner, II (www.TheGardnerLawGroup.com); talent manager Cordell Capone (Natalie Nunn/"Bad
Girls Club") www.CordellCapone.com; vocal coach and professional singer Nadiyah Kareem (Superstar Entertainment); local
legend former singer/musician Rosa "Rambling Rose" Pryor-Trusty, a booking agent and entertainment columnist (Afro);
stylist/make-up artist and skincare specialist Jenneane Collins (Rebellious Beauty), and talent manager Bert Wheeler (B. Wheeler
The entertainment business panel speakers
included Gardner (www.TheGardnerLawGroup.com); public relations strategist and business consultant Eunice Moseley (Freelance
Associates), stylist/make-up artist Jenneane Collins, and entertainment columnist Rambling Rose (www.RosaPryorMusic.com).
The list of prizes the winners receive include
free "product shelf-space" from Dimensions In Music; "free PR strategy and consult" from Eunice Moseley,
MS, MBA president of Freelance Associates (www.FreelanceAssociatesInc.com); "free entertainment business consult"
from entertainment mogul Paul Gardner, II (www.TheGardnerLawGroup.com); "free music track, studio time and promotions" from five-time ULMII winner and Virgin Island producer Marvin
Davis aka V.I.P. (www.DustDemAFF.com); "free vocal coaching" from professional singer and artist manager Nadiyah Kareem (Superstar Enter.); "free
make-up/skin care consult" from skin care specialist Jeneanne Collins (Rebellious Beauty); "free commercial photo
session" from commercial photographer Ty Moore (www.IAmSharpEye.com), and "free photo shoot and management consult" from tour manager (Anita Baker/Natalie Cole) and photographer Gar
The next "Uplifting Minds II" free
entertainment conference arrives in Hollywood, California at the Celebrity Centre in October, 2014. For more information log
onto www.UpliftingMinds2.com or email FreeAssocInc3@aol.com or call 562-424-3836.
Columnist: Eunice Moseley, has an estimated weekly readership of over ¼ million with The Pulse of Entertainment.
She is also a Public Relations/Business consult at Freelance Associates, and Promotions Director (at-large) for The
Baltimore Times. www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com.)