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  • Thinking of a Master Plan (Of Music and Men)

  • By: Kayona Ebony Brown
  • Narrated by: Kayona Ebony Brown
  • Length: 1 hr and 43 mins
  • Unabridged
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Brilliant but broke, a single, young entrepreneur struggles to build an independent record label, while navigating the country’s worst city for bachelorettes and an unassuming place for music success: Washington, DC. Washington, DC might be the gayest place in America. It’s the city with the highest number of same-sex relationships, but the lowest (straight) marriage rate in the country. Now, imagine being a young, single, straight woman, trying to play as an obvious underdog in DC’s dating game, while also struggling to build a business in music in a town that’s setup for legislation and politics, not entertainment.

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  • This is truly a Master Plan that works!!

  • By Meeche' on 06-09-19

This is truly a Master Plan that works!!

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Reviewed: 06-09-19

Kayona, delivered a brilliant perspective on not just our hometown of Washington, DC but to be living out a brilliantly creative truth all the while being a single heterosexual woman in DC who just so happens to be black and a creative.

Kayona has such a mesmerizing voice and perfectly delivers a storyline that is indeed funny Haha funny as much as it is serendipitous funny. There are times that my thoughts streams of How creative one has to be in a industry that seems to have almost left the water well half full in the way of how to creatively promotes artists independent artist alike today. Job well done Kayona!!!

I will definitely recommend this episode to my friends as I eagerly await for more chapters to be revealed.