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Young Millennium Record's CEO Lena Jenkins-Smith to Speak at 'ULMII' Entertainment Conference
Saturday November 7, 2020 Record Label CEO Lena Jenkins-Smith Joins the Industry Panel at the 'ULMII' Entertainment Conference via Zoom
The entertainment conference starts with a panel "Q and A Session," then the "professional talent showcase" with performances by some of the label's artists, and ends with a "national talent competition"
Lena started in the entertainment business, from her career as a teacher, as assistant to comedian/actor Katt Williams and went on to be his tour manager and then his film producer (HBO, Showtime, Netflix). Today, Jenkins-Smith not only runs Young Millennium Records, which has three artists to its roster, but is executive producer of "The Young Hustle" television show, but also an author with the publication of her book "Uncolored" which addresses racism in America. The labels' current artists include her son Atlanta rapper Cyrus (17 years old), Vegas R&B singer Camryn Levert (22 years-old), and Orlando Pop singer Kallie Rock (26 years-old).
Panelists, through its 21 year history, have been many that have included Grammy winning Brenda Russell ("Piano in the Dark"); Hip-Hop legend MCLyte; Jazz and Woody of Dru Hill; comedian/actor Kel Mitchell (The GoodBurger), and actress/singer KeKe Palmer ("True Jackson, VP") – to name a few.
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