L3 Magazine Presents Bermudas Collie Buddz,
Miami’s Honorebel and
Jamaica’s Come Back Queen, Milk!
Canada’s leading Caribbean-Urban online publication, L3 Magazine, has just released their October edition which sees the team connect fans and readers with Bermudas Reggae powerhouse, Collie Buddz, Honorebel, whose recorded with Pitbull, T-Pain, Tao Cruiz and more, and Amelia ‘Milk’ Sewell who’s overcome great obstacles to be back in the spotlight where she belongs.
Interviewed in Toronto, Canada, Collie Buddz opens up on why Toronto is so important to him, and why performing in the T. Dot is like being at home. The star also opens up about performing at SXSW, what is and isn’t coming up on his next album, and the recipe for a successful career in music.
Honorebel is a recording artist who truly has no boundaries. His music spans the genres of Dance, Pop, Reggaetone, Reggae, Dancehall and even Opera, and is a creative energy that’s experienced by fans every day. He’s performed at the MTV Awards in Russia, and says success is a journey, not a destination. The artist also reveals his spiritual side with readers, and uses the analogy ‘my music is like the waves of the ocean, it just flows!’
When it comes to Amelia ‘Milk’ Sewell, no other female personality has left such on impact on Team L3 as she has. Our photographers were smitten, our designers were smitten as was the magazine’s editor. So why do some people in Jamaica hate her? There are some who didn’t think she would make this far, but she has. Find out how she’s doing it, and some of the plans she has for her music career as well as the background production story on the controversial television show ‘Teacha’s Pet’ starring Vybz Kartel.
Heike Wollenweber writes an excellent article on L.I.A.T.I. and its US Virgin Islands origins. L.I.A.T.I. is the acronym for Love Is All There Is, and was created by Cheryl Francis, wife of the Virgin Islands Lt. Governor Gregory R. Francis. L.I.A.T.I. is a project from Stop the Bleeding Inc whose initiative is to reduce violence in communities and spread positive messages.
Additional highlights in the October edition of L3 Magazine include Serena Williams, Kenyatta Houston from NASCAR, the Earth Strong Riddim produced by Grammy Award winner Delly Ranx, new music from Xterminator Productions as well as our take on why Farrah Burns is Hip Hop’s beacon! We also give the ladies some hot chocolate by way of Mr. October, Christian Brown who is a model, actor, and in our case, a centerfold! All this and more awaits!
The Welcome ‘Matte’
The team at L3 Magazine is pleased to announce Londyn Nikole to the fold as the magazine’s Beauty Editor, and Edward Bishop, the companies Intern. Here’s a little more info on both!
Edward Bishop comes from Jamaican parentage and has a keen eye and ear for all things fashion and music related. As L3’s intern, Edward will be blogging, filtering submissions to the magazine and researching trends to be covered by L3 Designs and L3 Beauty!
Londyn Nikole With is a creative artist who uses makeup as her narrator to illustrate well told stories. Versed in several areas and arenas, Londyn has worked with some of the world’s most recognizable faces and brands including BET, MTV, Harriet Cole (Editor for EBONY Magazine), Natasha Bradley (Jive/Dark Child Recording Artist), Julito McCullum (HBO “The Wire”), supermodel Beverly Johnson and esteemed eco-model Summer Rayne Oakes.
Her client list also includes rising actress Chyna Layne from the movie "Precious”, CW’s Vampire Diaries Katerina Graham and VH1's reality star Jessica Rich aka Rabbit. She is also the Key MUA for the new Clark Brothers film "DISCIPLE" starring Taral Hicks (Belly, A Bronx Tale), BET host Alesha Renee, and Elizabeth Ahmed (Cavier) from VH1’s show “For the Love of Ray J.”
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