It’s a new season of Express Yo Thoughts with Mocha Monroe and she’s back this time with all new guest, new stories, and more random questions. In this episode we have artist/graphic designer Cali Red as the special guest.
ThaAntidote.com is proud to present a new cooking series called “Pressure” hosted by Louisiana native Alicia “Jazzy Sweetz-N -Treatz” Hawkins. Jazzy is a cultured cook in multiple fascists including classic southern soul fool, exotic cuisines, delicious deserts and much more. On Pressure Jazzy will be featuring all her favorite recipes & more on Pressure. On This episode of “Pressure” Jazzy shows you how to make her famous & very delicious Jazzy’s Shrimp Bacon Burger.
ThaAntidote.com is proud to present a new cooking series called “Pressure” hosted by Louisiana native Alicia “Jazzy Sweetz-N -Treatz” Hawkins. Jazzy is a cultured cook in multiple fascists including classic southern soul fool, exotic cuisines, delicious deserts and much more. On Pressure Jazzy will be featuring all her favorite recipes & more. On This episode of “Pressure” Jazzy has special guest “Trump Da Don” and he’s preparing his special “Cajun Fried Turkey Wings With Shrimp & Special Sauce”.SHOW LESS
It’s a new season of Express Yo Thoughts with Mocha Monroe and she’s back this time with all new guest, new stories, and more random questions. In this episode we have comedian C Bass as the special guest.
In this new series powered by ThaAntidote.com, Rari Cain takes you into her world from the life of an Instagram Influencer, Model, Mother, Army Vet, Dancer, Entrepreneur, & more. Rari has a ton of life experiences and career events to discuss to enlighten people about the life she’s endured so far.
ThaAntidote.com is proud to present a new cooking series called “Pressure” hosted by Louisiana native Alicia “Jazzy Sweetz-N -Treatz” Hawkins. Jazzy is a cultured cook in multiple fascists including classic southern soul fool, exotic cuisines, delicious deserts and much more. On Pressure Jazzy will be featuring all her favorite recipes & more on Pressure. On This episode of “Pressure” Jazzy shows you how to make her famous & very delicious “Jazzy’s Jacked Up Peppers”.
Feb. 6, singer Drea will be headlining a concert for the first time after opening for several southern acts over the year, which has helped with establishing her own fanbase. This concert featuring music by DJ Cook Em Up will be at The Heritage in Hammond, La. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. Tables are available for guests to relax and enjoy with social distancing in place, and masks are required. Also, if you forget your mask, don’t sweat because they will be available at the event’s entry table. Coming along for this vibe will be music artists Denisia and Papa Will and host Young Carter.
Don’t think this diverse lineup is by accident because Drea was intentional as a result of her goal of wanting to give the audience that rawest version of herself while providing their ears with a variety of sounds for the stories told through music tomorrow night.
Singer Denisia may be one of the most well-known artists in the lineup due to her popular hit “Hello” covering the classic Adele song, along with several other hits released over the past few years. When asked of her selection, Drea revealed that, “She doesn’t know this, but having her on the show is something I’m very grateful for because I’m one of her biggest fans; I love her music!”
Singer, poet, and guitarist Papa Will has been someone connected to Drea since high school and has been respected as a creative artist for quite some time. He will perform an array of songs during the concert, possibly including “Tell Ya Mama I Said Hey”.
Young Carter, the host of this event, has known all artists involved for years; so, each introduction will be laced with a personal touch and appreciation for the consequent performances.
If interested in attending this event, tickets are $15 for presales or $20 at the door. All presales are hand-delivered and can be purchased by calling 985-634-5307 or 985-320-6645. However, you can also contact Drea directly on Instagram @mhm.drea for presales or to keep up with new music releases and future events.
Ty Jack is a Special FX Artist, Esthetician, Makeup Artist, Social Media Influencer, and CEO/Head Stylist of Haus Salon and Spa. She has been a featured artist for New Orleans’s edition of RAW: Natural Born Artists as well as the Baton Rouge Natural Hair Expo. Meeting Ty Jack once will ensure that her impression stays on you for a lifetime. With her bubbly smile, unicorn aesthetic, and message of self-acceptance and love for all things macabre, how can you not be impressed and want to tune in for the greatness that lies ahead?
Q: What a journey you have been on thus far! Let’s reflect back for a second though. When did your love for art start?
A: My love for art started when I was about 12yrs old. I would always sit and redraw my favorite cartoons.
Q: Growing up as an alternative unicorn was most likely not the easiest thing, although it sounds awesome nonetheless. What advice would you give to youth that may be at a crossroads of being themselves?
A: Be you authentically and unapologetically. People will laugh and talk regardless. Do what makes you happy now so you won’t miss out on happiness later.
Q: You’ve dabbled in many art forms; so, your arsenal of art media has got to be vast! What has been your favorite art medium to work with?
A: My favorite medium to is liquid latex. You can mold it and create whatever you need with it. Also, with liquid latex, applying prosthetics are so simple.
Q: Now, I know before branching out, you had years of experience creating spine-chilling monsters for the well-known RISE Haunted House. How long were you a special fx artist for RISE?
A: I worked for RISE for 4yrs before I started my own business.
Q: Do you still take special effects appts.? If so, how often and where can people book?
A: Due to Covid, I haven’t been taking FX or regular makeup appointments. Hopefully, the pandemic eases up soon though because I really miss working my magic on other canvases besides my own.
Q: Yes, being an artist during a global pandemic has been quite the journey! How do you keep going?
A: Honestly, it’s super hard to find motivation, but my social media platform and supporters keep me going. They hype me like no other and I look forward to sharing new projects with them.
Q: You’re amazing at channeling your artistic abilities into your other businesses, especially the ever-growing Haus Salon & Spa. Since you’ve been featured at showcases like RAW, do you see yourself participating in hair shows for your work with Haus as well?
A: I would love to do a hair show one day! I’d love to showcase fun styles on models while they’re also wearing a makeup look as well! That would be iconic!
Q: Let’s discuss another budding part of your artistry and connection to the beautiful humans of this world: becoming a social media influencer. How has it helped grow your art forms?
A: Becoming an influencer has helped grow my art by helping me get discovered so I can share more in the first place! Tagging brands and posting merchandise, along with a beautiful look, has caught the attention of come amazing companies, including Voogueme in China and Makeup A Murder!
Q: What moments have been your favorite in your art career thus far?
A: My favorite moments have actually come from being an influencer! I’ve gotten so many opportunities and met so many people worldwide that I don’t think I would have had the confidence to talk to in person. My platform allows me to speak volumes without me having to verbally speak, and I love it!
Q: What should those interested in following your journey and art look forward to?
A: Well, YouTube may be soon, which will include vlogging as well. A huge collaboration with a big social media personality is in the works too.
Q: Sounds good! Where should people keep up with all things Ty Jack?
A: People can follow me on Instagram at www.Instagram.com/_tyjack and www.TyJack.com.