Happy 21st Birthday! @qtjazz #fadedroyalty


Happy Birthday goes out to a  kind and vibrant person you will ever meet.

Check out an excerpt of an exclusive interview we did with her here: Beachie Beauty Music Alert

Q. Being an entrepreneur is a hard grind. What would be your advice to other entrepreneurs?
A. Make the business real for you. You want to be able to sell it.

Q. Is she open to having a barbie doll created?
A. She’s open to the idea of having a barbie doll. QT adores the new Zendaya doll created by Barbie.

In her down time she loves writing, horseback riding, and bowling. In high school she use to throw kickbacks in her basement. She had a carefree ora on the call which was refreshing. The best advice she’s received so far comes from Neyo on the red carpet at the 2014  BET Hip Hop Awards while reporting for Sprite Pour. “Understand that the music business is that a business…. You’re going to lose a little sleep, but first you have to do what you got to do then you can do what you want to do.”

To learn more about her kind and vibrant spirit visit her website; QT JAZZ

A special thank you to LaTosha, and a Happy Birthday to QT JAZZ!!! #beachiebeautyapproved

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Shiftcon Eco-Wellness Influencer Conference @shiftcon



Join me for the 3rd Annual ShiftCon – the premier eco-wellness social media conference – will be held Dec. 1-3, 2016  at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside.

Do you watch the labels on the items you buy? I have found a conference on an eco-friendly surfer as yourself. Shiftcon was designed to bring the online eco-wellness blogging niche together into one powerful community. Bloggers, social media specialists, nonprofits, health and sustainability experts, and leading natural, organic, and eco-friendly brands to shift the way the world could be greater at voluntarily GMO labeling and artificial ingredient removal to increased legislative banning of toxic substances.

Founder, blogger, mom, and entrepreneur Leah Segedie offers us an annual environmental networking and learning event. Industry experts will host interactive workshops on social media practices, food safety, GMO labeling, organic food production, sustainability and environment. Through networking events, hospitality suites and an Expo attendees also have an opportunity to learn about products initiatives and meet with companies and nonprofits that are helping to create a healthier, world.

After two successful conferences in the Los Angeles area, Leah decided to bring it to the East Coast  for easier access and broadening the spectrum and diversity of attendees. 

“ShiftCon has been incredibly successful year after year. Join us in bringing this event to New Orleans this year. As a gift to you use “VBEACHIE” for $50 off your registration. 

Now open for bloggers, businesses and nonprofits. Tickets prices include educational sessions, fitness activities, swag bag, receptions and breakfasts. For more information click here; Registration  For information about sponsorships please contact Leah Segedie, leah@bookieboo.com, tel 818.489.4908.

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About Leah Segedie

Leah Segedie is a wife, mother, “100 lbs. Loser,” food activist and founder of the Mamavation community. Through Mamavation, she teaches “digital moms” healthy living practices and collectively, the women of Mamavation have lost over 3,500 lbs. As a food activist Leah organizes trending Twitter parties to educate the public about the North American food system, along with other issues impacting public health. Working with healthy lifestyle brands, Leah utilizes the blogging network she has cultivated – a network of over 10,000 bloggers – to create wellness related media campaigns. Leah was named “Mom of the Year” in 2010 by Shape Magazine, the 4th Most Influential Mom Blogger by Cision Media, and in 2014 she also was named to the Top 10 Women Changing School Nutrition by Smart Snacks in School. Segedie has been compared by the Huffington Post to Lady Gaga for her unique social media tactics, and her blog was named Fitness Magazine’s Favorite Weight Loss Blog. Her upcoming book from Rodale Publishing is expected to hit stores March 2017.

A special thank you to Leah Segedie for the opportunity. Happy Birthday!!! #beachiebeautyapproved

Andrea Price

Beachie Beauty Exclusive Interview with Dr. Luis Macias #plasticsurgery


This article is for informational purposes only.

Dr. Luis Macias is a double board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery serving Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, specializing in aesthetic and complex reconstructive plastic surgery. A University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Medicine alumnus, Dr. Macias completed a residency in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the Mayo Clinic, followed by a fellowship in microvascular reconstructive surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. Closer to home, Dr. Macias underwent further training in cosmetic surgery in the USC-Marina Plastic Surgery Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship, under the direction of Dr. Grant Stevens. Dr. Macias is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the California Society of Plastic Surgeons (CSPS), and a Fellow at the American College of Surgeons (FACS), as well.

Q.How did you know that plastic surgery was right for you?
A. I think it was in  general surgery residency when I was deciding whether or not I was going to do a specialty in cardiothoracic surgery in doing hearts and plastic surgery. I loved the technical aspects and the difficulty of both fields. They’re both different and require a good surgical technique. A professor of mine in a clinic, whose probably technically the best cardiothoracic surgeons I worked with which probably made me want to think of both them. This particular individual was very good in operating throughout the body, in that fact that plastic surgery did not own a body but would operate in the chest around the heart in the abdomen from head to toe basically in any compartment was amazing. Its also a little bit of a plastic surgery downfall in that other groups like emt’s (emergency medical technician) and OBGYN (gynecologist) and things of that nature, are trying to take away parts of the specialty so plastic surgery has to continuously evolve to in order find new areas to sort of practice because we dont own a single part of the body. I thought that was very interesting. Before general surgery I thought about becoming an OBGYN, I was in between OBGYN general surgery and then once I made the decision that surgery was actually what I liked on my OBGYN rotation, I went into general surgery, within that I was between plastic and cardiothoracic surgery. I liked them both a lot. All those were options, there was a mentor that told me to apply to plastic rather than cardiothoracic surgery because it was more family friendly. He said that if you don’t mind during heart surgery on the middle of the night by all means do it but plastic surgery is a better option because it gives you more family time. I had not given it a thought, so i’ll  have to thank him for that.

Q. What is Marina ManLand?
A. Marina ManLand is a physical location that we have here at our office we got the surgical side and the nonsurgical side which is the institute within Marina Plastic Surgery we have a section called the Marina ManLand and its fully decorated very masculine, with accolade leather, tvs where you can watch espn/netflix so they can watch movies while  we do the procedure. The things that we do in Marina ManLand include NeoGraft folllicular unit extraction hair restoration, coolsculpting where you freezing the fat we can those at the same time, other things that are popular for men are a procedure called miradry to stop the sweating in the arm pits. Botox, fillers, all those are very common laser hair removal some of the non-surgical procedures for men. On the surgical side for men that are popular rhinoplasty, upper/lower eyelid surgery to get rid of bags facelifts, and the most common one is the male breast tissue removal or gynecomastia. The reason we opened Marina ManLand was because we started doing a lot of the non-surgical as a matter of fact our office is the number one office for coolsculpting  in the world no office  had done more coolsculpting cycles than our office. In that experience we saw many men who were not interested in surgical fat removal such as liposuction they were more interested in nonsurgical option because it had no down time and no scarring at all and it gets rid of 25-30% of fat in the area so we were getting a lot of men coming in for this procedure and once they were in the office they had questions about botox and fillers and things of that nature. That how Marina ManLand came our male population doubled because of our nonsurgical addition of freezing the fat.

Q. How do you perform gynecomastia?
A. A lot of guys come into our center looking to freeze the fat to remove their man boobs or gynecomastia. But freezing the fat or coolsculpting doesn’t work well for them so they get referred to me on the surgical side for the removal of gynecomastia or the male breast tissue. The way its performed is one of two ways or a combination of both easiest way if it mostly fatty tissue we can use liposuction with ultrasound. If its firm breast tissue that could mean cutting it out is the best way of removing it that is a small/long incision from the bottom of the areola where the areola meets the chest skin. You can go on with normal activities after a day.

Q. Can you tell a little more about Neograft hair restoration?
A. Neograft hair restoration is a device in performing a follicular unit extraction which means he can extract each follicle unit individually, the older method we would cut out a strip of the scalp in order to remove the hair it would be painful when we closed it. The incision is a little punch biopsy which is a bit bigger than the follicle and would extract anywhere from 1000 to 2500 in one sitting and then place them where they’re needed in the crown or the hair line. Its non-invasive so you’re able to do normal activities the next day.

Q. What is a no drain Tummy Tuck?
A. The no drain abdominoplasty has been around for sixteen years at least in the literature. Its a father and son team out of Texas In our training programs we’re taught you must put drains in abdominoplasty. As a matter of fact the story goes father’s a plastic surgeon that’s been practicing for 30 years son goes to plastic surgery residency comes back joins dad at his practice. The dad is doing tummy tucks with non drains the son says what’re you doing dad thats crazy. Every one knows that you do drains with tummy tucks, dad says I’ve been doing it for 30 years. I dont get any seroma’s, and seromas are fluid collections and that what we used to put the drains in to prevent fluid build up. Dad told the son why dont  you look up my patients write it up and put it in a journal. So thats what they did. Most people didnt believe that it was real. A lot of evidence in the literature that you can decrease your weight of seromas by putting in stitches that are called progressive tension sutures. We presented our data at the ASPS conference in Las Vegas. Our seroma rate dropped from 9% to 2% and our patients love it, the nurses love it. Its been a fantastic addition to our practice.

A special thank you to Dr. Luis Macias and staff for an awesome experience. For more information visit there website Marina Plastic Surgery   #beachiebeautyapproved

Dr. Luis Macias
Marina Plastic Surgery
4644 Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 552
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292


American Society of Plastic Surgeons The Meeting Los Angeles Sept. 23-27, 2016

This article is for informational purposes only.

American Society of Plastic Surgeons was founded in 1931, is the world’s largest prestigious organization representing 94% of all board certified plastic surgeons in the United States and a little over 1000 plastic surgeons world wide. The American Board of Plastic Surgery or The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada are among its members. With over 7000 member surgeons its leading as an information source on aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. Their mission is to have advances in quality care to plastic surgery patients with training, high standards, research and physician practice in plastic surgery.

The next few days are going to be filled with nothing but plastic surgery, and yes we love it. Starting Friday through Tuesday attendees for ASPS The Meeting in Los Angeles will spend their time in a lecture or two in an continuing educational conference on plastic surgery. This conference is not open to the public but is for registered medical professionals.

In our exclusive interview with Dr. Malcolm Lesavoy he explains to us how the public knows whom is a real plastic surgeon.
Q.How does the public know whether a doctor is a real plastic surgeon or not?
A. The training of a plastic surgeon is the longest training of any specialty in all of medicine. They graduate high school of course, four years of undergraduate school then 4 years of medical school which they will earn an MD, they go on  to 7 or 8 more years of residency specialty training first in general surgery then plastic surgery to then become a plastic surgeon. Yet, they’re still not board certified. They then take an oral examination one year after they finish their residency in plastic surgery and if they pass which 40% of doctors do. They go on to then wait another year for an oral exam which only 25% pass. They then become a board certified plastic surgeon. Most surgeons don’t really start their own private practice until about 34 or 35 years of age. The only way to tell if a doctor is board certified is for an individual to contact the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

Meet the President of ASPS Dr. David Song, the first Korean-American president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), is an award-winning, internationally renowned figure in medicine, research and education.  A native of Seoul, Korea, Dr. Song came to the United States at the age of three, to join his parents who had previously arrived here for training and education, with the intention of returning to Korea, but found the opportunities too compelling to resist.  His mother, a nurse, and his father, an accountant, raised him in Los Angeles, along with his younger brother.  His youth was, by his estimation, ordinary, but by any other standard, it was extraordinary.  In the fifth grade, he became keenly interested in rocketry; by the time he was in high school, he had published a short story and a play.  Perhaps the fact that he had a National Teacher of the Year when he was in school led to some of this and to his participating in advanced classes at Cal Tech during summers when he was in high school.

It was in the 11th grade that Dr. Song first had an exposure, through school, to the mystery and excitement of the medical profession.  This led to his being accepted for the extremely competitive and demanding seven year program at the University of California – Riverside and UCLA, which combined both a bachelor’s and a medical degree.  “Competitive” means, by the way, that slightly more than 380 students were accepted and only 24 finally completed their medical degrees.  Dr. Song admits that it was intellectually taxing and that he needed a little reminder along the way of the importance of staying focused – “I had too much fun in college” is the way he puts it.  Somehow, he found time to complete a minor in classical studies!

After medical school, he found himself fascinated by microsurgery.  Fortuitously one day while walking out of the operating rooms, he witnessed the microsurgical reattachment of a finger, a procedure being performed by a plastic surgeon, and the discipline to which he would ultimately rise to the top beckoned him.

The University of Chicago was where he undertook his residency and fellowship.  That experience resulted in an offer to stay, and Dr. Song is now The Cynthia Chow Professor of Surgery, Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education, Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery, and Chief, Section of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,  all at University of Chicago Medicine.

Professionally, he is an internationally recognized expert in plastic surgery with additional training in reconstructive microsurgery. He specializes in breast reconstruction and oncoplastic surgery.  Dr. Song is well recognized for his extensive experience with perforator breast reconstruction procedures, including deep inferior epigastric perforator flap (DIEP), superior gluteal artery perforator flap (SGAP), superficial inferior epigastric artery flap (SIEA), and thoracodorsal artery perforator flap (TAP). Additionally, Dr. Song has pioneered several techniques for the repair and reconstruction of chest wall defects. His research interests focus on outcome improvement in lumpectomy and mastectomy reconstruction. He is involved in several clinical trials exploring advancements in these procedures. In 2008, he received the Arthur G. Michel Clinician of the Year award from the Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization.

In addition, Dr. Song serves on the board of Medical Aid for Children of Latin America (MACLA), an organization that provides free surgical care for children with congenital deformities in the Dominican Republic. He is a fellow in the American College of Surgeons, and past president of the Chicago Society of Plastic Surgeons.

At home, he and his wife raise their three daughters.  To demonstrate how Dr. Song makes the most of every day, on the weekend, he will be found at 6 a.m. teeing off with his golf foursome, which includes a Nobel Prize winner, a best-selling author and a  special advisor to President Obama, but after the game is over, he gets breakfast to share with his family.


Meet Dr. Debra Johnson joined The Plastic Surgery Center in 1989 as the first woman plastic surgeon in the Sacramento area. Dr. Johnson received both her MD degree and her plastic surgery residency training at Stanford. She also took a cosmetic surgery fellowship at Clinica Planas in Barcelona, and a fellowship in hand and microsurgery at the Institute Francais de la Main in Paris.

Dr. Johnson is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and participates in the Maintenance of Certification process, which assures ongoing learning in the specialty. She is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Johnson is a member of the American Association of Plastic Surgeons, a prestigious organization of the thought leaders in plastic surgery.

Dr. Johnson is well known for her leadership in plastic surgery. She currently serves as Vice President for Health Policy and Advocacy for the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. She also serves on various committees, and is the co-chair of the CSPS Legislative Committee. Dr. Johnson is also a Past President of the Sacramento Society of Plastic Surgeons, and is a former Chief of Surgery for Sutter Community Hospitals.

Dr. Johnson’s practice includes all aspects of cosmetic surgery, including the face, breast, and body. She performs post-mastectomy reconstruction, as well as other reconstructive procedures. As Co-Director of the Sutter Cleft Lip, Palate, and Craniofacial Anomalies Panel, Dr. Johnson cares for children born with facial deformities.

A big believer in “paying it forward”, Dr. Johnson devotes at least four weeks per year to providing free reconstructive surgery in developing countries. She has traveled the world over the past quarter century, giving children born with birth defects, or suffering from burn scars, a chance at a more normal life. She teaches other surgeons how to care for these children, so that more can be helped. As Vice President of the CSPS Education and Research Foundation, Dr. Johnson works to provide free plastic surgery to the children of California who have no other resources.

A lifelong advocate for patient safety, Dr. Johnson received the California Society of Plastic Surgeons Presidential Award for Exemplary Service.

Dr. Johnson and her husband, Mario Gutierrez, live in Curtis Park. They have two wonderful adult children. They have been planting vines and remodeling a “fixer-upper” in Napa in hopes of one day enjoying a sustainable retirement.

As you go through ASPS website you will find useful information on every plastic surgical procedure. Be sure to do your due diligence when choosing a board certified plastic surgeon.

For more information on ASPS The Meeting Los Angeles 2016 or how to become a member click here  American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Andrea Price


Los Angeles Food and Wine Festival August 25-28, 2016

The sixth annual Los Angeles Food and Wine Festival kicks off this week with the best of food and drinks. Starting Aug. 25 Emeril Lagasse gives us Eat the World happening near the steps of  The Walt Disney Concert Hall along with 25 of the worlds top chefs that will give their all in creating wonderful delights for us to eat.


Friday August 26 take your pick in the power lunch series, each chef bringing its own flair. Fine dining  midday your palate will thank you.

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Whatever your tastes buds call for indulge in an afternoon of great food and wine. Check out some tasty photos from last year’s event. It was by far the best time I’ve had in meeting new chefs, eating and sampling great wine. By all means come out and enjoy the best Los Angeles has to offer this week. So get your tickets!



A special thank you to Lexus for sponsoring such a classy event. I hope to see you there. #beachiebeautyapproved

To learn more about the Los Angeles Food and Wine events click here: http://www.lafw.com/events.htm

Andrea Price

Facelift #plasticsurgery


This article is for informational purposes only.

Depending on the surgeon of choice as each technique when doing the famous traditional facelift is quite different and varies from patient to patient. I ask this question and many others on realselfdotcom where you can ask medical questions. So let’s get started on a traditional facelift.

Q. What is a traditional facelift?
A. Hi, non smiling photos of your face from the front and side would help in the evaluation.  I have performed facelifts for over 30 years and have performed many minimally, invasive type facelifts.  Traditional facelifts have long incisions that begin in the temporal hairline, around the entire front of the ear, inside the crease behind the ear and then continue inside the posterior hairline.  This type of facelift is very invasive with extensive tissue undermining that has a recovery time of months.  I have performed many of these facelifts however in today’s busy lifestyle, very few seem interested in this extensive recovery, bruising, swelling and downtime.  The vast majority, of my facelift patients choose the minimally, invasive SMAS type facelift as described below.

Following the beauty principles outlined in my book on face and body beauty, women look the most feminine, youthful and attractive with heart shaped faces.  Heart shaped faces have cheeks that are full and round in the front.  Cheek augmentation with a dermal filler or using cheek implants for a permanent enhancement will create full, round cheeks that will feminize the entire face.

If the chin is weak, this creates an imbalance making the nose appear larger, the mid face top heavy and the lower face look short that de-emphasizes the lips and allows early formation of a double chin.  Chin augmentation using a chin implant will add projection to the chin creating harmony and balance to the lower face.   I have found that placement of a silastic chin implant, through a small curved incision under the chin (also allows excess skin removal) to be very safe, quick and highly effective.

If you have “jowls” these are sagging facial tissues and an indication for some form of a SMAS facelift.  The underlying SMAS layer, of the face, must be dissected, lifted, trimmed and re-sutured (not merely folded or suspended with threads or sutures that will not last).  The excess skin is then removed and the facelift incisions closed. My most popular facelift is the minimally invasive, short incision facelift that has all the benefits of more invasive facelifts (traditional, mid-face, deep plane, cheek lift and subperiosteal facelifts) but with these added benefits:

  • very small incisions
  • minimal tissue dissection = less bruising and swelling = rapid recovery
  • can be performed in 90 minutes or less, with or without general anesthesia
  • no incisions within the hair = no hair loss
  • excess fat can be removed
  • excess skin removed
  • cheeks, chin and jaw line can be augmented with dermal fillers (I prefer Restylane Lyft) or facial implants
  • most patients fly back home to parts all over the world in as little as 3 days post-op

I combine facial shaping with every facelift procedure.  When jowls are present, these should be done in concert and not alone or separately in order to create a naturally, more attractive face.

Dr. Francis R. Palmer, III MD

Q. What is the recovery time for a traditional facelift?
A. Your instructions will vary from surgeon to surgeon, so it’s important to discuss your surgeon’s specific instructions to maximize your recovery.  I generally tell patients that they must avoid turning the head or stretching the neck for 2 weeks. When you turn, move the shoulders and head as one unit or as though you had a “stiff neck.” This is important to prevent stretching the healing incisions and causing the scars to widen, as well as to prevent putting tension on the deep sutures beneath the skin, which could cause them to pull loose.  Because of this risk, we advise patients to not drive for 2 weeks following surgery. In order to minimize swelling, you are advised to sleep with the head of your bed elevated or in a recliner for 2-4 weeks post-op.  With some make-up, your hair worn down, a neck scarf, and thick-rimmed sunglasses, you should be able to go out in public within a few days with minimal attention drawn to yourself. Most patients take 2 weeks off from work after a rhytidectomy and are able to resume their exercise regimen within 3-4 weeks.

Dr. Parker A. Velargo, MD

Q. How soon can a person return to normal activity after a traditional facelift?
A. Recovery following a facelift can vary, and the level of recommended activity will also vary with each surgeon.  Typically, it will take 1-2 weeks for the immediate bruising and swelling to resolve although subtle changes will continue for several weeks to months.  I advise my patient that they should be able to drive within 1-2 weeks and can return to a sedentary job by 10-14 days.  However, it will be at least 3 weeks before one can resume strenuous activity like working out or heavy lifting.  I would suggest that you speak with your surgeon regarding his or her recommendations for your recovery because it may be slightly different based on your individual needs.

Dr. Anureet K. Bajaj, MD

Q. What are the pros and cons of a liquid facelift?
A. The face ages in three ways: Sags and bags, Lines and Hollows, Tone and Texture. When we are young our face is like an inverted triangle, with the fullest part being from the forehead to the bottom of the nose. As we age, the triangle flips upside down with our upper face being the most narrow. A “liquid facelift” is achieved with injectables like Voluma, Radiesse, and Juvederm plus Botox for smoothing lines in the forehead, around the eyes, lip and chin areas.  The first step to determine if a liquid facelift is right for you is evaluating your face to determine where your facial aging in occurring. Often times patient complain of nasal labia folds (the lines that form from the nose to the mouth area), fallen or sunken cheeks, hollowed under eyes and temples, thin lips and weakened jawlines. The key to a liquid facelift is keeping it natural looking and not getting overfilled, therefore technique and the skills of the injector make a significant difference. We use mostly micro-cannulas for our injections, which minimize bruising and allow for smooth contouring of the face. There is an Abraham Maslow saying, “If all you have is a hammer, then everything looks like a nail.” In this case it applies to choosing a plastic surgeon to access your facial aging process and determine a course of action. Often times, a patient is not a good candidate for a liquid facelift and needs to consider an alternative procedure such as a non-incisional Radio Frequency facelift or a traditional facelift. While fillers can be a fantastic solution for staving off the aging process, eventually, you will want to know your options for continuing to look natural as well as youthful. 

Dr. Mark Anton, MD FACS

Disclaimer* Be sure you do your due diligence when researching a physician. Each physician featured is not an endorsement. #beachiebeautyapproved

Andrea Price

The Black Book @tyrese #theblackbook

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Tyrese directorial debut was an honor to see. Just like many of his other accomplishments I love his work and work ethic. The Black Book deals with a number of issues that most people aren’t willing to talk about alzheimers is one, domestic violence, relationship problems, kid issues the works. Tyrese takes you on an experience that is all so common in the black community.He explores what a man goes through when trying to hold on to the love of his life. V. Bozeman plays the lucky women that he’s falling in love with. Can you imagine life without the one you love. It was hard to watch the both of them go at it in the beginning scenes because I’ve seen it happen to so many. Fighting to stay in your own lane often times zigzagging to get your point across in order for the other person to sit and listen to what you want and vice versa. The arguments come in when you both are trying to unwind from the days work. The kids are nagging for attention and all you can muster up is wait let me get myself together. In other words you can’t break me from the short music film.

If you have not gotten the black rose album you are definitely missing out on some great R&B. Love is in the air with the message of saving love embracing it and imagining that you can have it all in this day in age. Have you explored what love really feels like. or DO you stick with a person even when they show you their true colors. Its not you, its me philosophy has women wondering what the latest buzz is all about with The Black Book.

It debuts a new track which will be this summer women’s anthem. V. Bozeman gives us her all in this epic display of her love for music and acting. Yes this girl has got it. Love me some V. Bozeman be sure to to watch the video and buy Black Rose the album in stores now.
Check out The Black Book

Andrea Price