Exclusive Interviews with Kaleidoscope Hair Products & The Crayon Case at Essence Fest 2018 with Jahze TV

Essence Empowerment Craze on CEO, SupaCent’s, Crayon Case

Not only is native New Orleanian Raynell “Supa” Steward the CEO and founder of the evergrowing makeup line geared towards amateur make-up users and aspiring artists, Supa Cent is a Music Manager, Clothing Boutique Creative Director, and Social Media Trendsetter. Widely known throughout the New Orleans area, she is almost the textbook definition of what Essence Magazine and Festival represents.

Our own Jahztv was able to catch up with one of Supa’s best friends and well known New Orleans rap artist Briki Fa President. Known as one of the best, if not the best, female rappers in New Orleans, Briki gave us some insight into a work out clothing line she is working on, in addition to more music.

Additionally featured in this interview is Jessica Dupart, CEO of Kaleidoscope Hair Products. Also a native from New Orleans, she describes presenting herself as a business woman at Essence as a “feeling like no other.”

This interview is a phenomenal example of the empowerment of beautiful black women inspiring one another to succeed, given their talents and goals. Briki expresses how important it is to have the support of your friends to further push you in your life.

If you haven’t checked out Supa Cent’s Crayon Case makeup line, check it out here:

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