Young business mogul, Amber Grimes is paving the way and creating a hustlers blue print for young black females! Do you aspire to be in the entertainment business? Take a page from the talented Amber Grimes and you could be on your way!
Amber Grimes – Road to Success
Grimes has served as the right hand to artist and music moguls such as Bu Thiam, Akon, and Kcamp. Furthermore, she is well known among the music community in Atlanta for being “the plug.” Amber has acted as day-to-day management for a range of artists such as Columbia records singer, Marissa, and Atlanta’s very own superstar Young Thug.
She finally got her biggest break after bringing her behind-the-scenes hustle to the silver screen. Early this spring, media mogul, Nick Cannon executive produced and co-starred in the Oxygen docu-series Like A Boss. Like A Boss chronicled Grimes’ life as a young hustler who takes a step back in her thriving career in hopes that it will propel her forward.
Amber Grimes – Making Moves
It looks like taking a step back proved to be the key! Off screen, Nick Cannon is currently working on a new “Ncredible” music venture and has appointed the 25 year old go-getter, Head of A&R. This move will definitely keep Amber busy. Hence, she plans to take it all on and win. Amber Grimes is already the general manager of melodic-rapper K Camp’s independent label 427 Music.
Empowering Black Girls and Women
Amber is well known throughout her hometown, Atlanta, for using her influence to give back to community and inspire young women. While running 2 labels and her own marketing agency she still finds the time to power an all women’s health initiative, #PowerWomenSweat. This initiative offers free fitness classes to women of all ages. Amber plans to be a power house in the entertainment industry, following in the huge footsteps of the moguls that have groomed her.
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