Posts Tagged ‘Ms. Drama’

Last week I had the pleasure of interviewing one of the pioneers of hip hop, Run-DMC frontman, Darryl McDaniels. In our lenghty interview (just warning you now), Darryl discusses his memoir (now in paperback) 10 Ways Not to Commit Suicide, his love of all this comics, new music – -and his upcoming album.

It’s an interesting interview to say the least, with his emotional journey from suicidal thoughts to finding his mother and living a more fulfilled life. Also be read for a few impromptu recitals of his raps.

Check it out after the break…



Last week I sat down with Growing Up Hip Hop star Romeo Miller who talked about the latest season of his WeTV show. Albeit it always seams like the New York versions of the franchises are usually bland compared to the ATL version, but I guess it’s worth checking out.

Romeo also talked about the No Limit reunion at Essence, which I told him was not quite what I expected. I, of course, addressed the whole #bowwowchallege, and among other things he talked about the No Limit Tour, his father’s biopic, and his “friendship” with Angela Simmons. Check out the full interview after the break….



Grammy Award winning singer Anthony Hamilton stopped by ABC Radio’s Candice Williams to discuss his NY concert, the Hamiltones, and his upcoming projects.

While there, Anthony hinted at new music and another talent he’s focused on pursuing…


Morris Chestnut and his trainer, Obi Obadike, stopped by to talk to ABC Radio’s Candice Williams (Ms. Drama) about their new fitness book, The Cut.

While there, Morris opened up about his character on Rosewood, the possibility of being the Manny on NBC’s This is Us and his first film, Boyz in the Hood


Office alum, Craig Robinson, stopped by to talk to ABC Radio’s Candice Williams (Ms. Drama) about his children’s book, Jake the Fake.

While there, Robinson discussed his some of his films, his “serious side” as an actor, Mr. Robot, and meeting the iconic singer Prince…



Dear Readers,

2016 was a great year for personal goals and achievements. This year we will continue that trend — and with it, Ms. Drama TV will be focused on entertainment news in different way.

We’re moving towards entertainment reviews, travel experiences, and the latest must-haves in tech and luxury for those who embrace their inner “drama queen.”




New Year, new Ms. Drama TV.

I’m thankful to have been able to create a website where I could showcase my interviews and exclusive content over the years. It’s been a daunting task, but Ms. Drama TV has been a labor of love.

Initially my site was intended to simply house my interviews and features within the entertainment world, but over time (and somewhat unfortunately) it’s become more of a gossip blog, reporting on recycled news and information – which most of us are already inundated with by social media.

So therefore, starting this new year, I want to go back to the essence of Ms. Drama TV.

To highlight the things I find important – whether that’s showcasing exclusive events, highlighting my travel, technology, interviews, reviews and all things I find noteworthy. And it may just evolve from there..

So it’s back to the basics folks – and my perspective.  Stay Tuned – it’s going to be an incredible ride!