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Entertainment Concierge #TheHip-Hop Professional® , #ChooseATL, #BlackGirlPower, #ArtofOrganizedNoize and more at SXSW’16

March 25, 2016 No Comments

The Hip-Hop Professional™ inspires 7th and 8th grade students…

November 17, 2015 No Comments

On Sunday, November 8th, Shanti Das, the Hip-Hop Professional™ spoke to and inspired 7th/8th grade students of the Greater Atlanta Metropolitan chapter of Jack and Jill of America on Leadership. Also the group chose to host the event at the Genesis Shelter which is one of Shanti’s community partners. ‪#‎Blessings‬ ‪#‎ServantLeaders‬ Special thanks to Desireé Robinson …

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Starbucks and Other Major Companies Pledge Job Opportunities for 100,000 Unemployed Youth

July 16, 2015 No Comments
Starbucks and Other Major Companies Pledge Job Opportunities for 100,000 Unemployed Youth

Check this out Hip Hop Pros! http://www.blackenterprise.com/career/starbucks-and-other-major-companies-pledge-job-opportunities-for-100000-unemployed-youth/    

The Hip-Hop Professional at UVI with Legacy Leadership Series

April 26, 2015 No Comments

Shanti Das, The Hip-Hop Professional joined an all star panel for the Andrew Young Emerging Leaders Lecture Series 2015 at the University of the Virgin Islands. Additional panelists included Thomas W. Dortch (Founder & Chairman of NBCA Hall of Fame), actress Demetria McKinney, Tracy Broughton (Miss America 2011) and Actor Emmanuel Lewis. The students were …

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The Hip-Hop Professional speaks at the W.I.S.E. Symposium at Syracuse U!

April 26, 2015 No Comments

On April 21st, Shanti Das, The Hip-Hop Professional was a featured speaker at the WISE (Women Inspiring The Spirit of Entrepreneurship) Symposium at Syracuse University. The Entrepreneurship panel featured Ryan Dickerson founder of Rylaxing, Vince Porpiglia co-founder of Dream Water, Shanti and was moderated by Stacey Opportunities Keefe, IDEA. Special thanks to Lindsay Wickham and Stacey …

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The Hip-Hop Professional on the Combat Jack Show!

April 1, 2015 No Comments

Big thanks to Reggie Osse and Premium Pete for having me on the Combat Jack Show. Check it out now on ITunes in the Podcast section!  

Legacy Lecture Series at CAU

March 27, 2015 No Comments

11:28:10 PM   The National Black College Hall of Fame Foundation presented it’s Legacy Lecture Series yesterday Clark Atlanta University. Panelists included Susan Taylor, Stevie Baggs, Jr, Chris Stubbs and Shanti Das (The Hip-Hop Professional). Students were engaged in various in-depth conversations regarding entrepreneurship, images in the media, self-esteem/self-love, and more! Special thanks to Tommy …

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Speaking at Clayton State University

October 21, 2014 No Comments

October 20, 2014 Shanti Das, The Hip-Hop Professional spoke at the forum: Building Brands and Corporate Partnerships in the Music Industry at Clayton State University. Students and Entrepreneurs gained valuable information on branding, social media, marketing, networking, publicity, legal and more from Phylicia Fant (Warner Bros Records), Breyuna Williams (Entertainment Attorney) and Shanti. Special thanks …

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Long live OUTKAST!

September 28, 2014 No Comments
Long live OUTKAST!

September 28, 2014 WHO LOVES OUTKAST and who went to the show???…Check this out. Thank u ‪#‎CBS46‬ for allowing me to be a part of the TV story about Outkast!‪#‎HipHopProfessional‬ ‪#‎History‬ ‪#‎ATLast‬ ‪#‎OutKastAreLegends‬ http://www.cbs46.com/story/26645832/cbs46-goes-inside-centennial-park-for-outkast-concert#.VCgHMOGksnl.facebook   ATLANTA (CBS46) – Vocal group Outkast performed for a sold-out crowd Saturday at Centennial Park in Atlanta. “They’re just a classic group. You can’t do …

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The Hip-Hop Professional’s Backpack Blessings Back to School Drive

August 17, 2014 No Comments

August 17, 2014   On August 2nd, Shanti Das (The Hip-Hop Professional) and friends held the 3rd annual Backpack Blessings Back to School supply drive at the Walmart on MLK in Atlanta, GA. Lots of people in the Atlanta community and entertainment industry came out to support the drive including: Demetria McKinney, Havoc Jones, Kris …

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