Through interviews and personal stories, my goal is to highlight individuals that are following their dream(s)/passion(s). By understanding their journey, it may serve as an inspiration for the next person, thus creating a cycle of goals, hard work, and success! It’s no surprise that Justin “DJ Omega” Gaines gets the spotlight for this Dreamworld interview. If you don’t know about him, you’re missing out and I’m here to tell his story so that you can be on the lookout from this moment forward. DJ Omega has taken the art of spinning and turned it into a lifestyle and I’m not talking about the iTunes DJ that plays music at a friend’s wedding, I’m talking about a true DJ with knowledge of the craft and its history!
We get to see glimpses, no matter how real or scripted, into the lives of young individuals on television. Sometimes a reality star may even stand out to me and I can see past the glitz and glamor of the role they’re dubbed to represent. Elease Donovan is no exception! Maybe it was that she spoke with a little more sense than the rest of her cast or maybe it was her smoking hot looks, but whatever the reason, I reached out to her! I wanted to get an idea of what Season 8 of The Bad Girls Club couldn’t capture with this aspiring entrepreneur. Welcome, Elease…to the Dreamworld!
If there’s one thing I harbor a slight regret for, it’s waiting so long to follow my dreams. One piece of advice I would offer is to start young and dream big. With this in mind, it’s no coincidence that I wanted to snag a moment of Scooter Smiff’s time…such a young talent with a world of promise.
She can sing, she can write, she’s a fashion designer…what doesn’t she do? Who is SHE? That’s Alison Carney that I speak of and she’s a D.C. treasure that you may have heard of! Her music is infused with inspirations from her surroundings and life experiences, leaving her listeners with perked ears and a sense of truth in their souls. If you take the time to listen to Alison’s music, you will understand just what I’m referring to…you won’t be able to box it in or pin it down to one particular genre, but go ahead and try (trust me, you won’t want to)!