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  • Don’t fall into the trap of taking care of you last. That’s not balance, and it’s not healthy. You are important, so take care of yourself so you can give your best to others from a full heart. |Guess Who's Bazack! Get CLuv Live On The Hottest Topics! It's All About Focusing On Self Care! | Stay Tuned For New Videos (IG LIVE/FB/LIVE) New Year! New Moves! New Shows!  Let's Rise! (Respect Women & Protect Our Girl's!) 🌟❀️🌟❀️🌟 Subscribe 2 My YouTube Channel! Thanks! βœ”οΈβœ”οΈβœ”οΈ https://www.youtube.com/user/crystyluvfirstlady | 🎨πŸŽ₯🎀🎬 πŸŽ§πŸ‘‘πŸ’„πŸŽΌπŸ’‹ The Girl Power Hour Show @thegirlpowerhour
(Created & Hosted by Crysty Luv) @crystyluvhiphoproyalty @dcgirlsclub (IG) 
A Lady Capital Entertainment Production πŸ‘‘ 🚺 πŸ‘‘ The Girl Power Hour is created to be the voice that supports, exposes and represents the daily issues that all women face and must conquer in various walks of life. (Such as lifestyle, spirituality, daily living, health & wellness, motherhood, relationships, business, style, fashion, arts, music and politics.) We aim to break negative stereotypes in today's culture and break glass ceilings in various fields! We are dedicated to exposing dope independent talent and empowering leaders and people with great stories by sharing empowering testimonies through various streams of art & entertainment. |
#womemempowerment #nightlife #ladyboss #business #girlboss #women #guys #interviews #fashion #music #enlightenment #books #entrepreneurs #community #education #politics #music  #musicians #success #castings #art #youth #health #dating #dmv #talent #interviews #network #news #survivingrkelly #protectourgirls
  • Don’t fall into the trap of taking care of you last. That’s not balance, and it’s not healthy. You are important, so take care of yourself so you can give your best to others from a full heart. |Guess Who's Bazack! Get CLuv Live On The Hottest Topics! It's All About Focusing On Self Care! | Stay Tuned For New Videos (IG LIVE/FB/LIVE) New Year! New Moves! New Shows! Let's Rise! (Respect Women & Protect Our Girl's!) 🌟❀️🌟❀️🌟 Subscribe 2 My YouTube Channel! Thanks! βœ”οΈβœ”οΈβœ”οΈ https://www.youtube.com/user/crystyluvfirstlady | 🎨πŸŽ₯🎀🎬 πŸŽ§πŸ‘‘πŸ’„πŸŽΌπŸ’‹ The Girl Power Hour Show @thegirlpowerhour
    (Created & Hosted by Crysty Luv) @crystyluvhiphoproyalty @dcgirlsclub (IG)
    A Lady Capital Entertainment Production πŸ‘‘ 🚺 πŸ‘‘ The Girl Power Hour is created to be the voice that supports, exposes and represents the daily issues that all women face and must conquer in various walks of life. (Such as lifestyle, spirituality, daily living, health & wellness, motherhood, relationships, business, style, fashion, arts, music and politics.) We aim to break negative stereotypes in today's culture and break glass ceilings in various fields! We are dedicated to exposing dope independent talent and empowering leaders and people with great stories by sharing empowering testimonies through various streams of art & entertainment. |
    #womemempowerment #nightlife #ladyboss #business #girlboss #women #guys #interviews #fashion #music #enlightenment #books #entrepreneurs #community #education #politics #music #musicians #success #castings #art #youth #health #dating #dmv #talent #interviews #network #news #survivingrkelly #protectourgirls
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  • Ada Beatrice Queen Victoria Louise Smith, better known as #Bricktop, was an dancer, singer, vaudevillian, and self-described saloon-keeper who owned the nightclub #ChezBricktop in Paris from 1924 to 1961, as well as clubs in Mexico City and Rome. She has been called "...one of the most legendary and enduring figures of twentieth-century American cultural history." Born in 1894 in Alderson, West Virginia, she moved to Chicago where her mother managed rooming houses and worked as a maid. She began performing at the age of five, playing Harry in Uncle Tom’s Cabin at Haymarket Theater in Chicago. By age 14, she’d earned a permanent chorus role at the Pekin Theatre.

At age 16, Bricktop began touring with the Theater Owners’ Booking Association (#TOBA) and Pantages vaudeville circuits. It was during this time that she earned the nickname β€œBricktop” which referred to her bright red hair and freckles. Throughout her 20s, she performed everywhere from San Francisco to New York. Baron’s Exclusive Club in Harlem became her regular venue where she convinced the owner to hire Elmer Snowden’s Washingtonian’s band, which included an undiscovered #DukeEllington.

#Bricktop first performed in Paris in 1924 at the #LeGrandDuc nightclub. She befriended influential artists; the authors #FScottFitzgerald and #JohnSteinbeck, and the composer #ColePorter. Porter wrote, β€œ#MissOtisRegrets for Bricktop.

She opened her own club , Chez Bricktop in 1926.  The club regularly featured high profile guests like #NoelCoward, Duke Ellington, the #PrinceOfWales, #PaulRobeson, and #JosephineBaker with whom she became good friends.  Known for smoking her signature cigars, became known in Paris as the doyenne of #CafΓ©Society. 
The club thrived through most of the 1930s. However, as World War II approached Bricktop decided to return to New York, where she attempted unsuccessfully to recreate her club.  It was not to be.  Between 1943 and 1951 she opened and closed clubs in Mexico City, Paris, and Rome but none were as successful as her original Paris nightclub. 
In 1972 Bricktop recorded her first and only song, β€œSo Long Baby” with jazz artist #CyColeman. She continued to entertain in nightclubs
  • Ada Beatrice Queen Victoria Louise Smith, better known as #Bricktop , was an dancer, singer, vaudevillian, and self-described saloon-keeper who owned the nightclub #ChezBricktop in Paris from 1924 to 1961, as well as clubs in Mexico City and Rome. She has been called "...one of the most legendary and enduring figures of twentieth-century American cultural history." Born in 1894 in Alderson, West Virginia, she moved to Chicago where her mother managed rooming houses and worked as a maid. She began performing at the age of five, playing Harry in Uncle Tom’s Cabin at Haymarket Theater in Chicago. By age 14, she’d earned a permanent chorus role at the Pekin Theatre.

    At age 16, Bricktop began touring with the Theater Owners’ Booking Association ( #TOBA ) and Pantages vaudeville circuits. It was during this time that she earned the nickname β€œBricktop” which referred to her bright red hair and freckles. Throughout her 20s, she performed everywhere from San Francisco to New York. Baron’s Exclusive Club in Harlem became her regular venue where she convinced the owner to hire Elmer Snowden’s Washingtonian’s band, which included an undiscovered #DukeEllington .

    #Bricktop first performed in Paris in 1924 at the #LeGrandDuc nightclub. She befriended influential artists; the authors #FScottFitzgerald and #JohnSteinbeck , and the composer #ColePorter . Porter wrote, β€œ #MissOtisRegrets for Bricktop.

    She opened her own club , Chez Bricktop in 1926. The club regularly featured high profile guests like #NoelCoward , Duke Ellington, the #PrinceOfWales , #PaulRobeson , and #JosephineBaker with whom she became good friends. Known for smoking her signature cigars, became known in Paris as the doyenne of #CafΓ©Society .
    The club thrived through most of the 1930s. However, as World War II approached Bricktop decided to return to New York, where she attempted unsuccessfully to recreate her club. It was not to be. Between 1943 and 1951 she opened and closed clubs in Mexico City, Paris, and Rome but none were as successful as her original Paris nightclub.
    In 1972 Bricktop recorded her first and only song, β€œSo Long Baby” with jazz artist #CyColeman . She continued to entertain in nightclubs
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