NEW PODCAST ALERT “Tuesday’s LimeLight PodCast”



Tuesday T, also known as “The Network Queen,” interviews celebrities, entertainers, entrepreneurs juggling with the cost of fame and fortune, each week and pulls back the behind the scenes of making it in the entertainment business. Each episode contains powerful information to help you find the silver lining, build character, and build a powerful brand.

The Entertainment business is the greatest show on earth, but it comes with plenty of emotionally ups and downs and many challenges. Join entertainment reporter and CEO of Tuesday’s Entertainment, Tuesday Thomas each Tuesday evening on Limelight podcast as she interviews movers and shakers in the entertainment business and delves into the intrigue and surprises of the entertainment business.

If you need some other type of stimulation and understanding of the business, come along for the excitement!

Looking for all entertainment industry professionals and Business Owners.

*Broadcasted on multiple platforms: Spotify, AnchorFM, YouTube, Podbean, Twitch, Youtube & More.

Email Submission:

IG: @TuesdayLimeLightPodCast
IG: @tuesdaysentertainment
YOUTUBE: Tuesday’s Limelight Podcast

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2FLI Spotlight: Rap Artist Brattnae

Brattnae is a driven, passionate and charismatic American rapper and songwriter from Chicago, Illinois.

Brattnae was born Kanesha Donae Carter on the 29th of June, 1994, being the oldest of five children in her family, including 3 girls and 2 boys. Her mom had her when she was only 18, and it is easy to connect with a young mom, and it’s almost like they grew up together! She is also a lot like her dad, who is a very funny guy and also a music lover, who made music when he was younger!

Ever since she was only a child, music has always been an important part of her life, and she had been in love with amazing melodies and emotional lyrics. Today, she has a unique sound and a vibrant personality with a colorful, crazy and energetic attitude, which really reflects on her music! As a rapper, she was particularly inspired by her dad, who was also a rapper. When she was younger, she had the chance to spend some time at the studio, becoming familiar with that environment. In addition to that, she started writing a lot of poetry, which eventually morphed into memorizing songs and writing her own lyrics! Brattnae stands out for songs that are great examples of her uncommon lyrical skills, as well as her ability to turn a beat into a massive explosion of heavy grooves and infectious melodies. This skilled wordsmith knows a thing or two about creating dope rhymes, and she’s here to kill it, one verse at a time.

Brattnae excels at writing personal tunes with a very emotional overtone. Ever since she was a kid, she was in love with the sound of artists such as Missy Elliott, who is an empowering role model for her. Currently, Brattnae is doing everything she can to really following her dreams of being a star. She wants to write music, travel and tour throughout the states, as well as modeling and reaching a larger following!

If you like great modern rap and R&B, you don’t wanna miss out on Brattnae: she is taking the music scene by storm with her great songs and personality!

Check Out Her Video’s :

“Cheat On Me” (Official Video):

Check Out Her Mixtape :

“Confessions Of A Queen” (Mixtape) : confessions-of-a-queen 

You Can Follow Brattnae :


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2Fli Spotlight Lady Boss

There’s a clear distinction between hearing someone and actually listening to them. Make no mistake; LADY BOSS is definitely someone that people need to listen to. Hailing from North Philly, the lyrical dynamo pulls no punches on the mic and is as deep as her name suggests. The meaning behind the name is simple – “I am a lady who just happens to be a boss”.

Born in Philadelphia PA, LADY BOSS has lived in the war torn North Philly area all of her life. “Struggle has always been part of my reality says LADY BOSS, but it is the struggle that has made me who & what I am today”. At the tender age of 10 she completed her first song “Knowledge Is Power” & would perform it all day long on the Karaoke machine that she had received for Christmas that year.


Fast forward to age 13; LADY BOSS took on menial jobs in fast food joints to make a little money to pay for studio time while at the same time, attending school. LADY BOSS spent most of her teen years preparing to be the best female rapper that she could possibly be. She would rap and dance at local events as well as entertain her peers in school. Influenced by some of the greats like Queen Latifah, Da Brat & many others, it was LL Cool J‘s “I need love” that made her want to write real life stories which consequently shaped her sound. “I’ve loved music since I was a baby but when hip-hop caught my attention, I couldn’t get enough,” she says. “I just listened to different styles—from artists having fun with it to those that spoke their minds and painted real life stories of their reality.

As her skill developed, LADY BOSS realized that rappin’ around the way was fine but her talents needed to be heard by the masses and began hittin’ bigger studios with better sound. In January 2004 she recorded & distributed her first mix tape entitled “Real Boss Talk”. She sold well over 2000 copies that year at $5.00 per copy, solely by word of mouth & hand to hand sales. Since then the femme fatale rapper’s buzz continues to grow as she uses the internet & live performances to solidify her name in today’s entertainment industry. “I feel like, if music is your passion, your life, you have to grind hard no matter if you’re male or female,” she says. “My approach is 100 percent, whole-heartedly, either I do it with everything that I got or I don’t do it all.”

You can Follow Lady Boss

Facebook: LadyBoss Boss

Instagram: 215ladyb
Twitter: @paladyboss
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2Fli Spotlight Tiffany Jaye

Tiffany Jaye’s “Werk 4 It” continues to trend on YouTube

Talented songstress and entertainer, Tiffany Jaye, drops her new high energy dance track titled “Werk 4 It” on major digital platforms

Tiffany Jaye of 646 Entertainment is a well-rounded artist and performer who is poised with disrupting the industry by sharing her talents with the local and the national community. In a similar vein, the talented entertainer recently dropped a club banger titled “Werk 4 It” as well as a video to the single, which is currently making waves across several digital platforms, including Spotify and Youtube. Tiffany Jaye is also set to embark on her promotional tour in January to show her audience her out-of-this-world creativity and ingenuity.

Tiffany Jaye is known for her amazing voice that can literally move mountains, regardless of the kind of song she is singing. She made the decision to become a professional entertainer at the age of 13 and has not looked back since then, carving a niche for herself with her natural stage presence. She has also been able to establish her prowess and passion for entertaining lovers of good music. Her talent has become increasingly evident over the years, and “Werk 4 It” is only a further reiteration of what the talented Tiffany is capable of doing.

“Werk 4 It” has been described as not just a #vibe but a way of life, with the lyrical content offering an amazing mix of thought-provoking messages and entertainment. The chorus/hook reads “Tell me what you want make you #werk4it”… profess what you want in life and go after it full force whatever it is,” as Tiffany pours her heart into every line of the song.

“Werk 4 It” was written as an ode to Tiffany in how she looks to handle her career, personal life, and everything in between. Therefore, it is not surprising that the song has grown in popularity to become a fans’ favorite, with the video to the song garnering over 22,000 views in a relatively short while.

In addition to music, Tiffany Jaye would also like to dive into visual artwork and writing books. It would be a huge accomplishment for fans to not only own her music but her art and books as well.

About Tiffany Jaye

Tiffany Jaye is a Brooklyn native raised in Charlotte, NC that has always been fascinated by the sounds of music. Whether she was dancing at the age of five to the latest tunes or watching Walt Disney classics, music has always moved her.

Throughout her high school and college career Tiffany Jaye sang in a variety of talent shows, weddings, and a plethora of National Anthems for sporting events. The proud graduate of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a BFA in Art Design and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., hopes to be included among the legends that have paved the way and broken barriers in the entertainment industry, using her talent to touch on common everyday affairs as well as world issues.

Follow Tiffany Jaye Website:
Listen to her Song “Werk 4 It” Below.
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The Quest Chronicles: 2 Fli

Who runs the world… WOMEN! Keeping things in tacked & handling business like a boss, you are 2 Fli! From the board room to the bedroom. From pinstripes to lingerie. You got it girl, you got it!

Over the years, there has been a negative stereotype when it comes to women working together, bonding, supporting and up lifting one another. To be honest, it’s more in the black community.

We were brainwashed and trained to look at one another as competition & it’s time to break that. Me personally, I don’t look at another female as competition, if she’s about her business. beautiful & got it going on, I want to root for her like a sister.

That’s why I am honored to be apart of 2Fli which is the all female division of The World Wide Fleet Djs & what we’ve done is open the platform for new members to join because we want to be bigger and move stronger as a female unit. We have taken the time to write articles in our magazine, highlight entrepreneurs, playing only female music artists ( major/indie) on our radio station & continuing to build with one another. The way its suppose to be. Going back to breaking the stereotype of women especially black women not knowing how to come together & be GREAT together.

It’s very evident that nowadays woman are shinning more & we have to keep this going! We’re seeing black females receive more leading roles, let’s keep that going & help get those ratings up. Not only because we have to support the black community but because their movies/shows/series are actually pretty dope! As a female emcee, I see more coming out main stream which is great! Do I agree with the majority of the content that they put up, no but still happy when I look at the bigger picture.

This is for all the woman all around, grab your wine glasses, let’s chill, build, travel & know that we are unstoppable and a bigger force when we come together! I love each and everyone of you. As for the men, protect the queen around you. We may be strong but nothing like having men around to remind us were doing good, to take a few loads off our shoulder and vice verse for us ladies. We all have to be here for one another. We may have One life, but we live everything so let’s make the best of it!

This is Ms Gotta Love Me herself, it’s T-Quest Tuesday & you’ve just been QUESTified! Show love by commenting, sharing & following me on social media @TQuestGLM


Email me topics to discuss & QUESTions you may have. To learn more about me or to hear about certain topics in dept please download my “T-Quest” app in your google play store & visit my website

To support the brand, Cashapp: $TQuestGLM or PayPal

#GetSOM via @TQuestGLM

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2fli Spotlight: Meet Mz HunnyLee

I’m originally from Cincinnati Ohio I moved to Atlanta back in 2012 to Pursue my music and ended up getting into modeling as well. I started my first business back in 2016 goddesslifeboutique then launched my own hair line back in 2017 GoddessLifeVirginHair hair which had been growing every year. My focus is really branding last year on Mother’s Day I lost my best friend my mother and it sent me to a very hard and dark place so in her honer I started a catering company AnitaLouiskitchen. I’m very excited about this venture because cooking is also a passion outside of music I love creating and it’s something that makes me feel close to my mom. I also put music on hold for a while while dealing with my loss but I’m ready to get back to it working on a new project and so much more so stay tuned everything is under my own brand Goddesslife. To order From HunnyLee her website is



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2Fli Spotlight: Ms. TIP

Ms. Tip is an upcoming Female Rapper from Columbia, SC. She specializes in TrapGirl Music. She began her rap career in June 2017.She defines Trap Music in a different way; she used it as an outlet to the obstacles and pain endured as a young girl. Running away to the rough parts of town in a rant against drug addicted parents and abuse really let her see a lot- maybe too much. Music is going to be her way of getting away and being able to tell her story and help children that came up like her.

She has grabbed attention with her street single, “Run It Up” and has currently released her project “Life of a Boss Bitch”-Tha Mixtape. Her single,”They Said” is digitally distributed and campaigning radio airplay. Ms.Tip is influenced by artist like Trina, Khia, Remy Ma, and Diamond.  She has gained nicknames like, “The Female Gucci Mane” and plans on conquering the music industry by boosting the confidence in female rappers in a male dominate field.


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Kimbretta – ” My Fashion”


Woo-Hoo!  I love fashion ‼️I believe fashion includes not only clothes and shoes, but also hair, nails and facial grooming.

“I have so many styles, I am a group”.

Like, I don’t have one way of dressing or one style I wear in my hair; me personally, I like to switch it up!  And I also tend to dress how I’m feeling at the time….so if it’s a chill, bum mood kind of day, I honor that sh!t by fully committing-Ball Cap over un-styled hair, sweats, old ratty tee shirt and flip flops. When I’m feeling bright and chipper, or cool and rhythmic, I typically honor those vibes with flowy maxi dress or skirt.  Jeans!  Jeans can be rocked any day and anytime, for any mood, dressed up or down.  MmmmKay!  I also love statement pieces;  the kind of clothing items that are memorable and unique.

I feel sexy no matter what I have on, so I don’t have a go to style for that.  You know what though, the one style that really makes me beam with pride and feel absolutely untouchable…is when I’m in Office Professional attire-That is by far my FavoriteBut the way this FL heat is set up, I ain’t just jumping into no slacks & blazers-all willy nilly…I don’t care how much I love it. 

Fashion is also my most favorite area in life to “push the envelope” or “break the rules”….by like not being so matchy-matchy or mixing opposite prints, like stripes and polka dots.  I love the edge of doing that.  However, LADIES, when it come to undergarments there are Rules that should NOT be broken.  HUGE pet peeve 👀to see a lady in a nice ensemble and then she passes and you see she has on the wrong underwear.  #EpicFail #FormerLingerieStoreEmployee

My leader advice plug for today…

$Free.99 Fashion Tips —


*Chapstick/Lip Moisturizer = Fashion Must

*Fingernail & Toenail grooming = Fashion Must

*Your shoes do not always have to match your shirt.  They should however, match your belt (if you’re wearing one).


*A good bra ain’t never hurt nobody 

*There is a such thing as dressing your body type in a complimentary way.

*Just because you got older, doesn’t mean you have to dress “old”.  Stay fashionable and sexy all the way out pretty lady. 

*Follow famous women on social media, who’s body shape is close to yours and soak up free ideas for style choices.  After all they pay a stylist for their looks, you can get inspired for free. 


No matter your style, be comfortable, have fun, and feel good about your choices!  

Kick it with Kim and follow me on social media- @kimbretta across all platforms.

#Kimbretta #Author #Love #Laugh #Style #Fashion #FleetDjs #FleetPubClub

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Kimbretta Clay “Music For the Soul”

By: Kimbretta Clay

Oooooooo…lalalaaaaa,dada da…DoReMeFaSoLaTiDo

I loves me some music y’all, all kinds of music!
The beat, the way it makes me feel, the way it causes me to remember a particular time period, the way a hard core rap or rock song can make you feel like you’re strong and can beat anybody’s ass! lol….then there’s the message music that makes you say “Amen” or “Hell Yeah” because you was thinking or feeling that same way or it just spoke to your soul…and ooooowwwwweeee, the songs that make you sing out loud with all your heart, because they tell a story that is so close to home.

Fun Fact: I think it is the most adorable, cutest thing to see a Man who “can’t sing well” singing a good old song out loud with no shame.  (my brother does this all the time with his ol non sanging a***)
Sorry, not sorry ladies but I do not get the same fuzzy feeling when you do this. I love you tho

Okay, it’s only so much you can write about music, you really have to hear it. So, I’ll just list some of my favorite songs (no particular order), a couple of snapshots of what I name my playlists and some funny videos (Judge yo Mama)

Speechless- Beyoncé
Any man of Mine – Shania Twain
Slow Motion – Juvenile
Yes – Shekinah Glory
For your Glory – Tasha Cobbs Leonard
Dirty Deeds – ACDC
Before He Cheats – Carrie Underwood
Cherry Bomb – The Runaways
Hail Mary – Tupac
Shake You Down – Gregory Abbott
Deja Vu – Avion Elisse feat. Simpo
I wanted you – Avion Elisse
I wanna Dance with Somebody – Whitney Houston
Scarred- Uncle Luke
Something About the Name Jesus – Kirk Franklin
Can I take you Home – Jamie Foxx
Ne Me Quitte Pas – Nina Simone

Okay, I gotta stop, because I could go on and on those are just what came to mind while typing.

My leader plug for today…Music is healing, it’s therapeutic, it’s been found to sharpen the mind. I offer you this, make it a part of some part of your day-I bet you feel better. You may not have a need for music daily, which is understandable…heck sometimes I break away from the tunes in my headset to listen to comedy, podcasts or self love videos…BUT don’t deny yourself completely, Music Is….it truly is a continuum and I absolutely love that it’s also a conversation. Hmph, If I send my Guy a song he’d better listen to every word, because I’m talking to him through the power that is music.


Stay up!  Follow me on social media @kimbretta across ALL platforms.

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2Fli Welcomes Fleet Model Lesha Bey

Lesha Bey began her modeling career in Durham NC. Participating in Durham’s first fashion week as well as several hair and fashion shows over the years. Keeping her portfolio fresh by working with all the top photographers and artists in the area, Lesha’s artistic influence has graced the pages of several southern mens and style magazines. Working locally and entertaining bar and restaurant patrons as a Music Bingo Host, Lesha continues to grow and expand as a model and host. As a member of  charlotte’s own homegrown burlesque troupe Lesha continues to expand artistically as well as growing as an entrepreneurial marketing powerhouse. Now working with brands from NYC to CLT, Lesha brings her sexually artistic expression to the Legendary Fleet Brand

Instagram: @l.beyall2019

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