I’m standing on the balcony of my Le Sable Presidential suite at Fontainebleau, overlooking breath taking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Observing and meditating over mother-nature beauty is God’s grace. It’s five days before 2021, and 2020 has left me exhausted, scared, inspired, and fearless. My 1600 square foot suite is filled with exotic women, business associates, two bodyguards, Wingstop, Deleon Tequila, Caribbean incense, and music inspired by Hood Celebrityy.
The journey of Hood Celebrityy reflects a true American success story. Immigrants and black people-built America, and their fingerprints are visible in every aspect of business and humanity. Hood Celebritty’s bloodline belongs to Jamaica, and at the age of twelve, she migrated to America.
Growing up without a father, experiencing unthinkable trauma, and receiving life lessons from gangster family members created rhinoceros’ skin for Hood Celebrityy. From the moment her family landed in New York, she understood only the strong survive and dreams would not be denied.
Hood Celebritty never believed in preparing a ‘Plan B’ in life. She was blessed with God-given leadership skills and possesses a distinctive vision that creates unparallel music from birth. Sipping on Deleon Leona Anejo Tequila and listening to ‘So Pretty’ by Hood Celebrityy blare from my dual F-Speaker by Figgers Wireless.
Her ability to transform uncensored words into intimate lyrics of sexuality and feminism. I close my eyes and allow ‘So Pretty’s’ lyrics to penetrate my mind and grasp my heart in full submission. ‘So Pretty’ elevates and illuminates the power, elegance, and sheer allure of women.
Hood Celebrityy’s musical gift is undeniable, and her physical features reflect her rich Jamaican heritage. I look over my shoulder, and I smile as 50 people are dancing and living their best life in South Beach. Hood Celebrityy’s meteoric rise to success from immigrant beginnings empowers thriving women worldwide. She’s come a long way from catching the Metro to catching first-class flights.