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Breaking Her Silence, Lisa McClendon Talks To EEW Magazine

National Soulful recording star, Lisa McClendon, is breaking her silence to EEW Magazine in a raw and uncut interview with Dianna Hobbs, Founder and Editor-in- Chief of the #1 online magazine for African American Christian women.

 
PRLog - Feb. 8, 2008 - WILMINGTON, Del. -- National Soulful recording star, Lisa McClendon, is breaking her silence to EEW Magazine in a raw and uncut interview with Dianna Hobbs, Founder and Editor-in- Chief of the #1 online magazine for African American Christian women. It can be found at http://www.eewmagazine.com/lisa_mcClendon. After years of living for the approval of others, for the first time in her life, Lisa McClendon— the self-proclaimed “Boss Lady” is speaking candidly about her secret struggles, and doing things her way for a change.

Lisa unmasks her hidden pain and reveals exclusive details about her personal heartbreak, poor self-image, and the ongoing struggle to make power plays in a tough, often treacherous music industry game that has ravaged many young, hopeful artists. Just months away from the release of her new album, Reality, on her own Indie Label—DG Music, scheduled to hit retailers nationwide in March of 2008, Lisa is hopeful that the world will embrace her new liberated sound.

Lisa McClendon is known for her uncompromisingly genuine portrayal of life through the lyrical content of her songs, which have garnered critical acclaim, and high praise from musical lovers around the world. With multiple Stellar and Dove Award nominations under her belt, Lisa has made an undeniable mark on the music industry landscape.
EEW Magazine has a strong readership comprising thousands of black Christian women throughout the US and abroad. It is the most-read publication of its kind attracting major advertisers, celebrities, and international leaders.

Readers are drawn to the wealth of resources, articles, and information designed to enhance their personal, spiritual, career, and business growth. “EEW Magazine is the only magazine I read,” says a New York-based lawyer. “I haven’t found any other publication that speaks directly to me as a black woman and inspires me to improve in every area of my life.”

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Empowering Everyday Women Online Magazine is a new media property that falls under the umbrella of Hobbs Ministries, an international Christian copywriting and ghostwriting firm. It is a division of Training for Reigning Inc. The privately held corporation is headquartered in Wilmington, DE.

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Website:http://WWW.EEWMAGAZINE.COM
Phone:1-877-419-6560
Location:Wilmington - Delaware - United States
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