February 18, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Denée Adams, Rocked the fashion show portion of The Hype Magazine Launch at Harlem Nights Ultra Lounge in Atlanta with her clothing line Humble Hustler. This urban lifestyle apparel clothing line was well received by the many attendees of this event which was hosted by Bobby V who was revealed as the Cover of the magazine for the March Issue. Tocarra Hamilton graced the stage with a live performance and Producer/Artist Miltickit performed as well. Other attendees included K-Camp (Rap Artist), Torrei Hart (Atlanta Exes Reality Star), Lyfe Jennings (R&B Artist), Lil Scrappy (Love & Hip Hop), Teddy Bishop (Producer), Bambi (Love & Hip Hop Atlanta), K-Dubb (Comedian/Host) and AJ Encore (Producer) to name a few. The Hype Magazine teamed up with Sponsors Up Top Consulting Group, Grind Hard Endurance Drink, The Mastermind Alliance Inc., The Paul Mitchell School of Atlanta, Amirakal Marketing, Sensation Station Network, Deja Marketing Group, Kali Mysteek Agency, Premium Hair Boutique, PZI Jeans, Dime Divas and The Rick Fly Show for an unforgettable night of fashion, performances and networking at The Hype Magazine Launch in Atlanta.
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Maurice Sapp- Humble Hustler, at email@example.com
Jerry Doby- The Hype Magazine at JerryDoby@gethypeonline.com or by phone 301-579-4973 Ext. 3
About Humble Hustler
Humble Hustler Necessary Clothing Apparel Founder/Creator Denée Adams first launched her attitude apparel in the late Summer of 2013 from her home base of Oakland, California and now has ventured out to Atlanta. While Society depicts in some TV shows and in the community a negative imagery of the hustler by compromising our talents and vanity, and on the streets -drugs & weapons, this ambitious designer is determined to promote a positive lifestyle statement, planted on the chest of her allies to be bold and eye catching, while tying in the artwork, colors and patterns of the latest fashion trends of complimenting J’s and Red Bottoms. Some would call it a slick trickery to change… Change your wardrobe, change your mindset, change the game! The message in our apparel is to declare what you wear and bring awareness to live humble in the hustle and the grind is to live easy. The Humble Hustler brand embraces the ambition from different backgrounds and all walks of life. We recognize the necessity of maintaining the integrity and dignity to be humble, nevertheless behind the success of any man or woman…is the hustler. Grind, hit hard, work smart, but you have to expect and be prepared for failure and humility because if you don’t, you will crash and burn. Take opportunities, but give an opportunity. What that means is put aside ego, pride, and add the humility of taking chances [risk vs. reward] and never forgetting the person and/or people who contributed to getting you there. More info can be found at www.humblehustler.com you can also follow the movement on Facebook: www.facebook.com/HumbleHustlerinc or Instagram: @homeof_humblehustler
About The Hype Magazine
After 11 years as the #1 digital magazine in the world, The Hype Magazine added print distribution to newsstands nationwide in November 2013. The Hype Magazine's ever growing readership relies on the outlet to provide trending, in-depth coverage of the entertainment industry, bringing them "News from Hip Hop to Hollywood" with uncompromising journalistic integrity.
Our debut print issue covered by Atlantic recording artist K. Michelle, exposed the outlet to an overwhelmingly receptive audience nationwide. The Hype Magazine is available on Newsstands in select 7-11, K-Mart, Target, Barnes and Noble, Marsh and other select retailers. It is also available via all online platforms like Apple, Kindle, Google Play, etc., beginning February 26, 2014. Visit us at www.thehypemagazine.com Twitter: @thehypemagazine or Instagram: @thehypemagazinenetwork
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