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Shaunda Necole—In My Mariah Carey Voice,


“Me and Mariah—go back like babies & pacifiers!”


Dare I will be cliché, but she’ll always be my baby—and my favorite. I support Mariah Carey every way I can— since the 7th grade! 

If she’s on a magazine cover, I buy it! If she’s in concert in Vegas, I go see her. 

I guess I’ve always believed in women supporting women.

I believe that we all know someone or have listened to someone that speaks to our heart and soul. Mariah’s music has done that for me since her debut album—natural curly hair, 90’s black spandex dress, gripping a microphone and self-titled Mariah Carey

Circa 1990 with the rise of Keith Sweat and New Addition’s break-out group, BBD. I digress, but Mariah’s voice has been a triumphant sound for me over the years. 

No pun intended when I say “triumphant”—but if you’re one of  Mariah’s *Lambs*, then you get it. 😉

Singer, author, actress, writer, speaker, professional, business owner, president and the list goes on. 

We could always use more women. There’s never enough when it comes to us. 

To keep the conversation and the inspiration going, when you admire something about another woman, tell her. We should get in the habit of lifting each other up.

Shaunda Necole-In My Mariah Carey Voice on Cosmopolitan—


“You are pretty fuckin’ awesome. Keep that shit up!”

A few more dope women quotes.

“I wish more women realized that helping another woman win, cheering her on, praying for her, or sharing a resource with her does NOT take away from the blessing coming to them. 

In fact, the more you give the more you receive. Empowering women does not come from selfishness but rather from selflessness.” —Selene Kinder

“I am fire—if you want something salty and sweet, with no opinion, I am not the woman for you. I spit flames, often.” —Janne Robinson

“And perhaps what made her beautiful is not her appearance or what she achieved, but in her love and in her courage, and her audacity to believe: no matter the darkness around her, Light ran wild within her, and that was the way she came alive, and it showed up in everything.” —Morgan Harper Nichols

Shaunda Necole—Me an Mariah go back like babies and pacifiers


“A woman who knows what she brings to the table is not afraid to eat alone.”

Are you ready to become that woman like Mariah? (Who on the cover of Cosmo is wearing a crown, btw, with a t-shirt of her own face.) 

Ready to be that woman who knows what she brings to the table and is not afraid to eat alone? 

Then I’m happy to introduce you to my mentor and secret weapon in biz! 

Find out—

1. How I Gained Over 25 Features In The Media— Including Forbes, In Less Than 6 Months?

2. How I Signed With A Talent Manager After Introducing Myself With Only One Email?  

3. How I Landed An Interview On My Blog With iTunes’ No. 1 Entrepreneur Podcast Host + An Invitation To A Private Influencer Party At His House?

 Oh, and the fun part about the conversation? YOU Can Do This, Too!

Meet My Secret-Weapon In Biz!

Let me show you how this type of success and feeling of “Stress doesn’t go with my outfit, dahhlinggg” is possible for *You*!


My style with whimsy tip:

My outfit is care of my partnership with For your ease in shopping anything that I wear, I always link to the direct sources to get my style— because *I shine when you shine*!

SheIn retro inspired shorts suit  |  Free People tank top  |  Betsey Johnson similar necklace  |  Julie Vos cuff bracelet |  Betsey Johnson earrings  |  Etsy similar ring  |  Nordstrom clear wedge sandals

Shaunda Necole—Mariah Carey Cosmo magazine cover


Shaunda Necole—Me & Mariah- Diva Style Edition!


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