Thinking of a Master Plan

Brilliant but broke, a single, young entrepreneur struggles to build an independent record label, while navigating the country’s worst city for bachelorettes and an unassuming place for music success: Washington, DC. More

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About Kayona Ebony Brown

Kayona Ebony Brown is a multi-hyphenate artist and entrepreneur whose mission is fueled by one desire—to tell great stories. As a filmmaker, writer, and actor, Kayona is building the foundation for an independent conglomerate that not only helps the career of other artists, but also creates jobs and offers philanthropic support through the messages of wealth, health, and wellness. Launching her career as a DJ put her on a path to expand upon her talents in the arts, which started with the publishing of her first novel, Tenth Letter.

Now, in addition to her work as an artist/entertainer, she hosts events, is a speaker on topics in business, entertainment, and personal development, and uses her voice in branding and broadcasting arenas. From training with major networks to having her work seen and recognized internationally, Kayona is just getting started. In 2017, she was recognized as Filmmaker of the Month by DC’s Office of Cable, TV, Film, Music and Entertainment. You can find more info about her work on her website: kayonaebonybrown.com.

Kayona currently lives in her native Washington, DC where she’s building her media and entertainment empire, Siingle, a company she models after those built by two of her greatest influences, Oprah Winfrey and Sir Richard Branson.

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A single, young entrepreneur struggles to build an independent record label, while navigating the country’s worst city for bachelorettes and an unlikely place for music success: Washington, DC.

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