Betti Halsell

Taste of Soul Highlights Sadé Miller, Multi-faceted Entrepreneur

For the last 17 years, the Taste of Soul accelerated the reach of Black entrepreneurs, working as a vital resource in the collective community. This year, that energy and support was matched by multifaceted businesswoman, Sadé Miller. Reflecting on her presence at 2023 Taste of Soul, Miller observed the bridge between her businesses and its pipeline in supporting the Black community.

Taste of Soul VIP Lounge – A Glimpse of Paradise

The Taste of Soul is a visual presentation of the unity in Black culture, and it highlights the shared contribution to the evolution of America. The TOS VIP Lounge worked as an oasis for international public figures and local dignitaries that fight for change on the frontlines in Los Angeles.

Local Pilot Paves the Way to New Success for Black youth with United Airlines 

Compton-native, Kenneth Kirkpatrick, better known as “KP”—has actively worked to bring awareness around the flourishing career path of piloting commercial airplanes. As a United Airline Captain, Kirkpatrick has used his platform to pave a runway for Black youth to take off toward new heights for success in aviation.  

Seeing the Evolution of Music through Flozigg

Flozigg, pronounced “Flow-zig,” is a ‘must-listen’ artist for modern soul. Each project he released recently has been a double entendre—as it pertains to the color and meaning— “Sage,” is the newest series coming online. Flozigg had an exclusive interview with the Los Angeles Sentinel and explained his soul that melts with the sound he produces.

It’s a BLACKMUSEUMIST moment—DJs Spin live on vinyl at the Soho

The Soho Warehouse was booming with hypnotic soundwaves that reeled people onto the dance floor. The most fashionable crowd succumbed to a subtle repetitive toe tap— even the strongest wall flower couldn’t resist the fine tunes spinning from a VINYL HOUSE + BLACKMUSEUMIST production that took place on Monday, Jan. 9, located on 1000 South Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles, California.

The Wyldebunch heat up the Miracle Theater

On Saturday, Dec.10, The Miracle Theatre in Inglewood, California was jam packed with Bad Boy fans looking to get their fix in timeless hits by Diddy, The Notorious B.I.G, Lil Kim, Mase, Faith Evans, and more. The musical conglomerate, Wyldebunch, invited Los Angeles to one night filled with live performances of cover songs that revived the spirit of a priceless era.