BRIANNA PERRY ADDS ACTING TO HER BRAND WITH LIVE SQUAD ON TONIGHT'S SISTERHOOD OF HIP HOP ON OXYGEN AT 9/8C

Hip Hop Recording Artist Brianna Perry made a splash in the music industry on the T.I.-produced hit Oxygen TV series Sisterhood of Hip Hop. On tonight's episode, Brianna is found acting on the set of Live Squad, a new upcoming television series that's set for a network release (details coming soon).  Viewers also get the chance to see Brianna contemplate what's next for her music career.   Be sure to tune in to Sisterhood of Hip Hop airing on Oxygen every Tuesday night at 9/8C.
"I love to act!  I am so appreciative to the Live Squad team for giving me the opportunity and can't wait to see the show once it debuts," states Brianna Perry.
Brianna isn't making us wait too long for music.  She recently released a music video for her remake of Drake's hit song, "One Dance," and is currently in the studio working on a new EP that will be released in the near future. Watch the "One Dance" remix below.


Brianna explains, "I wanted to have a little fun and tease what's to come with my new music by making a remix to one of the hottest songs of the summer.  You can't get any hotter than Drake's "One Dance."  Be sure to look out for new music by Brianna Perry in the coming weeks.

ACTRESS WENDY RACQUEL ROBINSON PRESENTS "THE MUSICAL "RECORDED IN HOLLYWOOD" ON THURSDAY, JULY 28TH AT KIRK DOUGLAS THEATRE


Before Berry Gordy's Motown, there was John Dolphin's
 "Recorded In Hollywood"


Actress Wendy Raquel Robinson is exclusively inviting you to see the award-winning musical play, "Recorded In Hollywood." This musical event is a great piece of untold American history of John Dolphin's "Recorded In Hollywood" at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Before Berry Gordy's Motown ever existed there was John Dolphin's "Recorded In Hollywood." This musical is a true and fascinating story that brilliantly recounts the career of legendary music producer John Dolphin.

Legendary Los Angeles music producer John Dolphin, also known as Lovin’ John was one of the most well respected and successful black businessman in the 1940s and 50s well before Motown ever existed. Dolphin’s of Hollywood soon became the most famous record shop in America and his radio show one of the most popular radio shows in Los Angeles. Popular recording artist such as Sam Cooke, James Brown, and even Elvis Presley would make appearances at the store and performed live on-air interviews as well as greet and signed autographs for customers. 
 
Lovin’ John's story had never been told and has been left out of history, a history that he helped to create. Learn more about John Dolphin through the book The John Dolphin Story and this fabulous new musical "Recorded In Hollywood.".