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Songs to Invoke Ego

Episode 10
Songs to Invoke Ego

Guest Performers

  • Benjamen Adams

    Photographer and Actor

    Benjamen Adams is a fashion photographer, actor, producer, and model. It all started about 12 years ago. When Adams first arrived in Los Angeles, California, it was suggested that he try modeling. Adams later thought photography was interesting.

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  • James McCrae

    Author, "Sh#t Your Ego Says"

    James McCrae is an award-winning strategist and author at the intersection of business, creativity, and consciousness. His book, "Sh#t Your Ego Says", is available through Hay House.

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  • Kathy Sledge

    Former Lead Singer, Sister Sledge

    Kathy Sledge is a singer who is best known as lead singer of the R&B group Sister Sledge. As a solo performer, she has had several hits on the International Pop and Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, including "Take Me Back to Love Again", which hit #1.

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Preview Performers

  • Music Charisse Arrington

    Recording Artist and Life Coach

    Charisse Arrington is a R&B singer who was signed to MCA Records in the 1990s. Her biggest success was with the single "Down With This" which peaked in the top twenty of the Billboard Dance singles chart and top five of the Billboard Dance breakout chart.

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  • Music Mathew Knowles

    Founder, President and CEO, Music World Entertainment

    Mathew Knowles is best known for being the former manager of Destiny's Child. He also managed his daughters Beyoncé and Solange Knowles. His company, Music World Entertainment, is one of the most renowned, with record sales exceeding 300 million.

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  • Music ½ Pint

    Member, Son of Bazerk and No Self Control

    Son of Bazerk and No Self Control is an American hip-hop group consisting of Son of Bazerk, Almighty Jahwel, and ½ Pint. The group was formed by Hank Shocklee, a member of the production team Bomb Squad.

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