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The Next Big Thing
Join curvy stylist to the stars Timothy Snell as he hustles to dress both Queen Latifah for her red carpet premiere, and Tawan, a mother from Atlanta who is desperate for a look she can slay at her 40th birthday party!
Timothy Snell dresses Queen Latifah and Tawan.
A new hip-hop anthology series based on classic rap songs.
The Next Big Thing is a music competition series that follows 12 contestants as they participate in an immersive artist development bootcamp. The last two finalists will get a chance to audition in front of four major record labels and possibly sign a deal. The judging panel is comprised of Tina Davis, Dame Dash and Zaytoven, and guest mentors include Tamar Braxton and Lil' Kim.
BLACK GIRLS ROCK! awards show shares its empowering message on a worldwide stage. The multifaceted BLACK GIRLS ROCK! Awards reaches a global audience and is the recipient of two NAACP Image Awards and a Gracie Award. In addition to the award show, Beverly Bond also founded Black Girls Rock! Inc., the 501(c)3 nonprofit arm of the BLACK GIRLS ROCK! movement.