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Faces of Rap Mothers Announces New Movie Production and Iconic Family History

Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise (a California corporation) is demonstrating rapid growth into multiple subsidiary verticals including books, filmmaking, music, and television with new book releases, new motion picture in production, new music.

Washington, D.C, District of Columbia Dec 4, 2021 ( - DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C.’s Beat Deep Books Imprint author, Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell shares news and familial insights, emerging during the 2021 Holiday Season. Candy’s Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise (a California corporation) is demonstrating rapid growth into multiple subsidiary verticals including books, filmmaking, music, and television with new book releases, new motion pictures in production, new music creations produced, and, on the radio, and new television programming and more to come!

Included in her announcements is an expanded vision of her familial legacy that involves a shared grandparental Strother relative where the famous actor Will Smith is Candy’s two times removed cousin and they share “Strother as a great-grand-father.” The Strother lineage includes entertainment and philanthropic visionaries. Additionally, Candy’s family history includes Ophelia DeVore who is the first African American woman to become an influential and universally recognized fashion icon where she began her own fashion agency and purchased a series of news publications while being recognized for many years as a Caucasian businesswoman. Their familial DNA represents phenomenal outcroppings of success and using Will Smith and Candy as examples is evident.

Mr. Smith owns Focus Productions and, of course, is extremely famous and Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell owns Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise, including multiple entertainment subsidiaries. Presently, Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise has grown to include a new television network on Roku, a recent music group releasing music that is being aired across the Nation, and now a new film production subsidiary with the “Faces of Rap Mothers Movie” currently in production. And five-book series is published for Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell through a traditional publishing company, DonnaInk Publications, and their Beat Deep Books and Little Buggy Productions Imprints.

Candy is extremely proud that Mr. Walter Franks an actor and producer, known for How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000), Scream 2 (1997), and Martin (1992), who is now directing the impending new hip-hop movie release starring rap mothers and fathers titled, “Faces of Rap Mothers Movie” that involves talent such as (alphabetical by first name or initial):

  • J Sanders - star of hit TV sitcom A Different WORLD.

  • Jay O Felony the Rapper - stage name Jayo Felony, American rapper, member of southeast San Diego Rolling 40's Neighborhood Crips went by street name Bullet Loco – released his fifth studio album James Savage late 2019 through Open Bar Entertainment and made an acting debut in the mini-series Broken Ground.

  • JoAnne Hewett - actress.

  • Jon Jon (John Harreld) - of the group Troop John Harreld is an actor, known for New Jack City (1991), Troop: All I Do Is Think of You (1990), and Troop: Spread My Wings (1989).

  • Joyce Tolbert - Joyce Tolbert is an actress and costume designer, known for A Man Apart (2003), Be Cool (2005), and House Party 3 (1994). She was a member of the R&B group The Good Girls with Shireen Crutchfield and DeMonica Santiago in the late '80s and early '90s.

  • Keith Morris – best known as Keith “Look Around” Morris is an actor and comedian who has appeared on BET in film and at standup comedy locations around the planet.

  • Mary Jane Girls - an American R&B, soul, and funk group that gained popularity in the 1980s. They were protégées of singer Rick James.

  • Omar Gooding - best-known television show appearances, such as Touched by an Angel, Wild & Crazy Kids, Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, Smart Guy, and Playmakers; also in films Ghost Dad and Baby Boy - one of the original hosts of the Nickelodeon television show Wild & Crazy Kids. He played D.H., a running back, on Playmakers in 2003 and Odell in the 3rd season of Deadwood. In 2005, he took the role of Calvin Palmer Jr. in the television series Barbershop (in the role originated by Ice Cube in the film version), based upon the 2002 film of the same name. He has also appeared on the UPN sitcom One on One as a barber in Flex Washington's barbershop and in Grey's Anatomy’s Superfreak episode. Gooding starred as trauma charge nurse, Tuck Brody, in the Bruckheimer television series Miami Medical and premiered and starred in the first season of Family Time, he played the main character role as Carter in the film Percentage and released a hip-hop album titled The Excuse in 2019, etc.

  • Rodney Allen Rippey – is an American child actor, television personality, marketing director, producer, and politician. Rippey was initially known for his Jack in the Box advertisements, where the tag line "It's too big to eat!" became an iconic catchphrase. His single World of Love appeared on the Billboard Magazine peaking at #112 – at the tender age of five, Rippey became the youngest person to make Billboard charts. He was featured in many television shows, including The Six Million Dollar Man, Marcus Welby, M.D., Police Story, and The Odd Couple and appeared on talk shows such as Johnny Carson’s The Tonight Show Starring Johnny and Dinah Shore’s Dinah's Place. He had children's show success on The Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine. He made his big-screen debut in Mel Brooks Blazing Saddles. He opened his own marketing firm named Ripped Marketing Group and worked on campaigns promoting leisurewear and country music. He has appeared in Parker Lewis’s Can't Lose and the David Spade comedy Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star. Rippey is Bow Tie Productions partner, a spokesman for Hurricane Housing Relief, worked at KABC-TV in Los Angeles, and served as master of ceremonies for the Carson Relay For Life, etc.

  • Shane – Netflix and Comedy Circuit Superstar.

  • Tyrese Gibson’s sister Queen G - known in the rap and hip-hop community as, “Queen G” is best known for her work as a blogger, entertainment writer, and interviewer.

  • And the Faces of Rap Mothers including both rap mothers and rap fathers who are comprised of actors, artists, entrepreneurs, filmmakers, and more . . .

The Faces of Rap Mothers movie will be supported by Mr. Eric Zuley and Eazy Way Television and Eazy Way Productions. Eazy Productions is also a strong supporter of Candy’s famous cousin, superstar Will Smith.

Much more on the horizon from the Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise and its subsidiaries and from Candy Strother DeVore-Mitchell. ____________ About Faces of Rap Mothers: is a small, woman-owned, corporation in the State of California doing business as Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise.

About Faces of Rap Mothers Music Group: is a small, woman-owned, subsidiary vertical of Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise where music creation, remake, and production is enacted through Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise Membership's Artists. About Faces of Rap Mothers Television Network: is a woman-owned, subsidiary vertical of Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise, which airs on Roku where over 50 million viewers can enjoy her promise of nationwide, extensive, Rap Mother and Entertainment Artisan program series, comprised of artists, entertainers, followers, fans, friends, family, associates, and even crushers and groupies who join together in welcoming the newest entrepreneurial enterprise. ____________ Faces of Rap Mothers Mission Statement: Faces of Rap Mothers™© voice, and vision, of Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell, deliver books, music, and televised programs including the “Rap Mothers Save The Day™©” children’s book series, which speak truth from women of all colors, creeds, and denominations as dulcet supports in past lives as supporters of rap and hip-hop industry's icons. Faces of Rap Mothers™ conjoins, empowers, and unites women enplaning roles as coaches, comedians, entertainers, entrepreneurs, healers, sages, and homemakers among associates, families, and friends, rap and hip-hop industry icons, readers, and fans. Faces of Rap Mothers™© also delivers real-time evolutionary captures of this industry that is transitioning from angst, animosity, and sexism to acceptance, goodwill, and propriety while continuing in their zeal for entertainment through the inception, intervention, and reinvention of Rap Mothers™ (e.g.: mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, cousins, and affiliates of rap and hip-hop iconic figures) nationally and internationally while strategizing patterned abundance, growth-ignition, and resilience in the reformation of history from the lens of women engaged in futures-planning. ____________ Faces of Rap Mothers Vision Statement: The Faces of Rap Mothers™© vision is to entertain while leading rap and hip-hop enthusiasts toward the development of understanding women behind the industry and having fun while engaging the community-at-large to inspire young people toward brighter diversity mindset future planning and embrasure of the woman- and minority-owned businesses. ____________ Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise's Multiple Series Books are published through the owner's publisher, DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C., and their Imprints Beat Deep Books and Little Buggy Productions and remain severable from Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise; the impending November and December releases include:

From Faces of Rap Mothers Books (volumes one through ten): - Faces of Rap Mothers Book Four (now in production to be available any day) - Faces of Rap Mothers Book Five (30 November 2021) From Faces of Rap Mothers Fathers Editions (volumes one through ten): - Faces of Rap Mothers Fathers Editions Book One (releasing in time for Thanksgiving) - Faces of Rap Mothers Fathers Edition Book Two (releasing in December 2021) From Faces of Rap Mothers Presents . . . - Faces of Rap Mothers Presents . . . Group X (in production for any day release 7 November 2021) From Rap Mothers Save The Day: (children's books) - Tyler's Bullying Rap (November 2021) - Being a Twin (December 2021) Additional news from the Faces of Rap Mothers Enterprise coming to you soon!


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