1966 Magazine Goes Behind the Scenes With Faith Evans on the Set of Her New Music Video "Dumb"
LOS ANGELES, July 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The staff at 1966 Magazine have been eagerly following R&B Divas, TV One's uber-hit reality show that lifts the curtain on the professional and private lives of successful recording artists. The latest issue features backstage photos and video with the star of the show, Faith Evans, on the set of her music video for "Dumb," the second single from the R&B Divas-inspired compilation album. 1966 Magazine is available on your tablet or smartphone, whether you have an Apple (iPad/iPhone/iPod) or Android (Samsung Galaxy, Motorola Xoom, Dell Streak, Google Nexus-S), Windows 8, storefronts like the Amazon App Store and Huawei App Store: http://www.magzter.com/US/1966-Magazine/1966-Magazine/Fashion/
As the diva among divas, the incomparable Faith Evans provides every track on the forthcoming album, which is slated for an October 2nd release. "Dumb" is an upbeat, bubbly and very danceable tune that celebrates moving on after a bad relationship.
Fashion director and co-founder of 1966 Magazine Alicia Suggs remarked that "Faith Evans fans will not want to miss this issue. 'Dumb' is a fantastic single, full of empowering, positive vibes. The photos and video are superb and really show what the energy and class that she brings to the set."
The latest issue will also feature an exclusive interview with the video's up-and-coming director, Bishop Moore. No stranger to the limelight, Moore has worked on numerous TV movies and documentaries, rubbing elbows with stars like Macy Gray and Xzibit.
"Faith Evans has been through so much in her life and career, and to come out on top like she has demonstrates her inner strength and character," says Arianne Suggs, creative director and co-founder of 1966 Magazine. "That's the kind of story and message we want to get across with 1966 Magazine: hard work and belief in oneself make anything possible. Just as important is to have fun along the way, which Evans definitely does."
1966 Magazine is an upbeat and informative resource for black women everywhere, covering topics as diverse as hair and fashion, relationships, personal finance, travel, and health and fitness. In addition to the behind-the-scenes look at Faith Evans' latest video, the most recent issue features fashion stylist Miquelle West, who worked on the Sex in the City movie, and an article on Chef Roble.
About 1966 Magazine
1966 Magazine is the new guilty pleasure for black women who want to know the latest trends in fashion, beauty, hair, travel, entertainment and lifestyle. Geared towards sexy, stylish ladies, we give you the inside scoop so you can see what's hot now in major cities throughout the world from fashion week to Hollywood parties. 1966 Magazine has articles and feature stories written by and for women of color that will inspire you and enrich your life. For more information, visit http://www.magzter.com/US/1966-Magazine/1966-Magazine/Fashion/ or http://www.1966mag.com. And be sure to check out the video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiLGMIMt19s.
Alicia Suggs, Co-Founder of 1966 Magazine, began her career in Visual Effects. At 24, she won an Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Primetime Emmy Award for her contributions to the Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special – HBO "The Pacific."
Arianne Suggs, Co-Founder of 1966 Magazine, began her career in Television Production. As an Associate Producer, she has interviewed some of the biggest names in Hollywood: Ne-Yo, Tyrese, 50 Cent, Yolanda Adams, Snoop Dogg, Jamie Foxx, P. Diddy, Tom Cruise, John Legend, John Voight, Jake Gyllenhaal, Mary J. Blige and many more.
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