Wattage!! Jody Watley on Electronic Billboard at The National Museum of African American Music in Nashville on 5th and Broadway!!
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That’s it. That’s the post..because of these things and more — you will be disliked, mocked, demeaned, bullied, disrespected, lied on, smeared.. keep going, carry on.
If people can’t control you – they will try to influence how others view you don’t let it stop you. Never let anyone dim your light – they hate your success, resilience and journey.
This version of the t-shirt differs slightly from the one available in the Jody Watley Bandwear Shop. Softer cotton and the art has more rounded edges for a more vintage vibe.
Available this week :: jodywatleyshop.com http://jodywatleyshop.com
Released #OTD March 27, 1989:
“Larger Than Life”
The platinum second Solo album
by GRAMMY® winner Jody Watley
Featured Billboard Multi-Chart Top 10 Hits
“Friends” (ft. Eric B. & Rakim *groundbreaker)
Along with the breezy 4th single “Precious Love”
Fashion forward visuals, a groundbreaking collaboration “Friends” ft Eric B & Rakim and one of MTV’s most nominated videos “Real Love” directed by David Fincher – the concept of “Larger Than Life” was the mindset of going big for your dreams – make it memorable – make it big! Some of my favorite non singles are “Something New” “For Loves Sake” “Once You Leave” .. proud of the entire album! Loved the tour as well, despite efforts behind the scenes to undermine and sabotage it – saving that for my memoir.
Happy Anniversary and here’s to always making life memorable, having a vision for yourself, making goals and exceeding expectations.
There are so many outstanding women in business celebrated today from around the world by the Global Trade Chamber, it was an honor to be amongst them.
“Women are often the first to be marginalized, demeaned, paid less, disrespected, uncredited ..but we make it happen regardless and I’m thankful to God, the universe and all positive forces that keep me motived, with tenacity, enthusiasm for all of it… Let’s all continue to be beacons of light – inspiring others, being fearless and overcoming any obstacles we may face..” – Jody Watley
‘Affairs of The Heart’ – Commit to yourself and those you love.
Hair: Peter Savic
Makeup: Paul Starr
Styling: Jody Watley
Don’t miss joining me Thursday March 2021 for a National Museum Of African American Music members only Live Chat along with Kara Duke Development and Membership Director along with Tamar Smithers, Director of Education & Programs. Purchase your individual membership today 50.00 for the year – enter the discount code JODY for an additional 3 months!
May good things bloom for you this season!