Our Host Nicky Gelin and Co-hosts Christie Grays Chambers, Dr. Delvena Thomas, Ms. Carla Hill & Chef Irie gave us a show on Wednesday night! January 6th @ 7 PM the enticing entertainment show “M•I•A MAGAZINE PRESENTS SOUL” aired a live hour-long episode with nine out of twenty-four of our most eligible black bachelors and bachelorettes from our 2021 calendar. Scroll to see what all the hype is about!
The Calendar with a cause gives our audience the option to purchase physical copies of the calendar for $25. The full amount being donated to the Miami Music Project and the YWCA of South Florida. Purchase your physical copy here. Look at the celebratory cover below!
Written by the stylist of the Calendar – Christie Grays Chambers stated on Instagram i_am_chic_10 The Soul Train award-winning vocalist Nicole Henry @nicolehenrymusic shines in this @tanyamariethedesigner original. Tanya Marie said Wakanda was the inspiration behind this black and gold piece. It’s the belt for me. Nicole is wearing two statement rings by @glajamayne. To better see the details of the designs, click the link in my bio. @peterthomasrhoa looks dapper in his tux! We brought in champagne and balloons to create the celebratory mood for 2021! 🥂 Cheers to 2021! 🙏🏽
Here are some of our 2021 bachelors Ann Marie Sorrell, Ronnell Robinzine, Tiffany Yetts, Sen. Dwight Bullard, Kimberly Bankhead, Paulette Ashley, William Cross, Joseph Elick, Xavier Jones, Chef Irie/Hugh Sinclair, and Shenetria Moore! See someone you know? Share it with them on social media!
Watch the engaging episode here.
M•I•A MAGAZINE PRESENTS: SOUL – It represents the soulfulness, the essence of black people, the essence of blackness. It’s a weekly half-hour video show targeting South Florida’s sophisticated Black audience. SOUL’s mission is to provide intellectual entertainment, we focus on lifestyle, entertainment, and luxury. SOUL discusses culture, arts, food entertainment, fashion, music, and more. Every Wednesday @ 7 pm the show hosts the top Black: restaurateurs, fashionistas, stylists, musicians, and artists. We pride ourselves as the go-to medium for the dissemination of Black cultural information in South Florida.