The People's Choice: Community Built Playlists

To know Keke, is to know that she LOVES music!

In fact, as a child, I had cousins that called me “Jukebox” because I also knew the words to all the songs. (I equally knew my school work as well)

I was lowkey teased because I used to listen to ALL genres of music and was a big fan (and still am) of pop music.

I was the go-to girl for all your mixed cd needs in high school!

Anddddd I have messed a hard drive (or two) up from downloading too much Kazaam and Napster!

So its only right to share my passion for music everytime I can with the New Geechee Family!

So far, we’ve built two incredible playlists together.

Feel free to add me as a friend on Spotify @soliloquy16, as I am alwaysssss creating playlists of music and look to create more community playlists that connect us! I have everything from Gospel Hits to Strip Club Anthems! There is something for everyone!

So many of us have a negative relationship with money! May this playlist promote a healthier and positive mindset about getting to the bag this year!

Presenting…. $$$$ ! (click to open)

That one time, we all shared the songs that make us feel our BEST!

Presenting…. THE SELF LOVE mixtape! (click to open)

Life and Work with Keiona Eady GUEST INTERVIEW with VoyagePhoenix.com

Life and Work with Keiona Eady GUEST INTERVIEW with VoyagePhoenix.com

Dear young woman just starting out, give yourself grace! There is so much to learn along the journey. My favorite quote of all time is “Success is not a destination, not a journey.” Everything you do is a learning experience, therefore, failure is only the event in which you stop pursuing your dreams. You will pivot, you will take detours, and just like myself in this space, you will take what feels like steps back! Keep your eyes on the prize.

Be the Change: What You Missed at The State Of Black Media Panel Discussion

Be the Change: What You Missed at The State Of Black Media Panel Discussion

"If you crave community, you have to BE COMMUNITY". This very profound statement by Amanda Wynn captured the very essence of what brought many of us to this event- the intentional building of relationships to best serve the community. The work to be done in the Black community will never cease. It is our job to continue to meet in spaces such as this to build the community we wish to see!

In or Out the House?: The Story of How I Created My Own Bar Crawl Experience

 In or Out the House?: The Story of How I Created My Own Bar Crawl Experience

YES, I'm advocating for you to visit these locations and YES, I'm sharing the highlights what was one of the dopest ideas I've had in a while. Most importantly, I want to remind all of my young melanated professionals  who are perhaps as close to bored as I was regardless, to get up, get "out the house" and if you remember nothing else I share with you ...

#UseYourCache Guest Interview: Media Curator, Entrepreneur Keiona Eady talks podcast New Geechee the Young Melanated Professional Movement #YMP and much more

#UseYourCache Guest Interview: Media Curator, Entrepreneur Keiona Eady talks podcast New Geechee the Young Melanated Professional Movement #YMP and much more

Authenticity. I’ve been told a time or two that I make people feel extremely comfortable and important. I’ve been this way since I was young girl, I accept it as a gift from God. So when I sit down with my guest for an interview or even during my solo episodes talks, I want whoever is listening or participating to feel a part of the conversation and feel moved to be their most authentic self.

"Oh, they wouldn't pick me." #Getoutofyourownway

"Oh, they wouldn't pick me." #Getoutofyourownway

God reminds us that He does not call the qualified, He qualifies the called. If you listened to the latest show Episode 48 Keiona 2.0, you may have heard me share that I know for a fact I’m transitioning into a different space. Truth is, I’ve played small for some time now, and need to activate my magic and THINK BIGGER. I need to activate the momentum I had when I applied for college scholarships and my first year of college. I was UNSTOPPABLE.  I was DETERMINED. NOTHING was too big for me accomplish. Anybody else feel me?