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Debra Antney




WHO: Mizay Entertainment and Brick Squad Monopoly launches

WHAT: Be100 Radio is an online radio station that Debra Antney and Waka Flocka partnered up to create.

WHEN: Monday, May 13th at 7am is the first live show

WHERE: Online via or via or from your mobile phones

WHY: was created toserve as a platform for independent artists and change the industry as we know it.  This gives independent artists the chance to get their music heard.  There will be interviews from celebrities and some of them will serve as guest co-hosts.  

HIGHLIGHTS: Every weekday, wake up to the Morning Rise & Grind Show with Ms. Famous & Jokerman Shawty.  Monday-Friday from 8pm-10pm EST, Waka Flocka presents the Brick Squad Monopoly Show.  One of the most anticipated shows is “Ask the D.A”.  From 4pm-8pm every Friday, music mogul Debra Antney will be answering questions from listeners about anything ranging from music to sex.

Debra Antney Signed New Artist!

TwayneFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Apr. 5, 2013LILBURN, Ga.Mizay Entertainment has just signed on as manager for a hot new artist named  T-Wayne.  Debra Antney, CEO of Mizay Entertainment, and the woman  responsible for the careers of Nicki Minaj, OJ da Juiceman, Gucci Mane,  Wacka Flocka, and French Montana, stated that “He’s humble and a worker.  I had to sign him.  He had it…The IT FACTOR!”  T-Wayne is making a  lot of noise with his current hit single “Turn Down For What” feat.  Stuey Rock.


Tyshon Dwayne Nobles,  better known as T-Wayne was born October 27, 1990 in Abilene, Texas.  He grew up in Carrolton, TX but moved to Dallas, TX as a teen, and that’s  where this young rapper made a name for himself with his hot street buzz for songs such as, “Boogie on the Flo”, “Work It Like A Pro”, “She a  Fool”, “South Dallas Swag”, and many more.  He was initially apart of  the rap group/label Polar Hits before he went solo in order to engage  and further his career.

T-Wayne is one of today’s talented young rappers and has been creating rhymes since he was eight.  He grew up in a poor neighborhood where it was everybody for themselves and his  outlet was rapping. He figured out that putting words in a good  combination would lead to success and that’s what he strives to do.  Unlike most teenage rappers, his voice stood out to most listeners and  friends, and soon he became a teenage sensation.  Wayne is known for his creativity in music and making the youth dance. Wayne loves to help the urban youth and he believes in “If you believe you shall receive, lean  not on your own understanding and never forget where you come from”.   His music has a strong impact on the world and many can relate to his  lifestyle.  In 2008, he built his fan base from his hit song “I Do My  Thang”, as T-Wayne himself would say “It’s not just music, it’s a  movement”.

He continued to pursue his career by doing shows,  mixtapes, and staying on the road constantly.    He was never the one to give up and he was determined to be successful, so he joined forces  with Chedda, CEO of We Run It Ent. to create a whole new style of music  and bring a different vibe to his listeners. Time waits for no one, but  T-Wayne is headed in the direction he has always wanted his career to be in.

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Debra Antney Is Calling Out All Bloggers!

CEO of Mizay Entertainment, Debra Antney is calling out all ‘bloggers’ to go toe-to-toe with her this Friday March 29, 2013 at 4 p.m. EST, live on her new radio show A105 based out of Atlanta, Ga, Charleston, S.C. to San Diego, Ca.

“It’s time these bloggers were held accountable for their actions, step up and meet me head on.” announced Debra Antney today in an exclusive interview.

Antney, who has single handily built and managed the careers of such platinum selling artists as Nicki Minaj, Gucci Mane, French Montana and her own sons Wooh Da Kida and Waka Flocka Flame, is calling this invite “let’s go to trial”, due to the various blasphemous blogs swirling around the web.


WWW, World Wide Web, the Internet, what ever term chosen to use, today has become just what it sounds like ‘ in-to-the-net’, web; A network of intricate threads constructed by a spider from fluid secreted by its spinnerets, used to catch its prey. Has become just that.

Today access for those who attempt to defame ones character or credibility is as effortless as clicking a button from a lap top in any coffee house “in the world.”

Ones ‘personal opinions’ are being viewed as something news worthy of reading and taken to heart, stories that surface have been taken either out of context, incorrect information gathered or hidden under a veil of ‘sources say’.

New Internet libel laws are now allowing the defamed to go after the home styled bloggers, turning them into defendants on court rosters.

According to Donald Burleson of Burleson Consulting’s website

“Many people on the web think that privacy laws protect their anonymity, but that’s not the case when criminal charges are filed. Google’s motto is “Do no evil” and they are cooperating with law enforcement to help prosecute crooks by introducing their Google searches as evidence.” states Burleson’s website.

Rather than personally going after each blog, who have published inaccuracies, falsehoods, and blatant negativity, Debra Antney is directly challenging these individuals to come on and address the issues. Antney, who will be naming the erroneous sites as bogus, and straight put them on blast!

Glam Chats With Boss Lady Debra Antney

Deb_Antney-News_Exclusive2Glam:  Hi Debra Antney, thank you for taking the time out to chat with Glam!
Debra:  Thank you for wanting to interview me.
Glam:  Where are you from, and how did you get started in the music business?
Debra:  I am from Queens, NYC. I started charity worked. Everyone grew up together in
South Hollis, so I would get all the artists from there to take part in my charities. I started out with celebrities to reach children.
Glam:  It’s no secret that your childhood was not a bed of roses.  Do you believe that your childhood is responsible for teaching you the code of survival
and made you that strong business woman you are?
Debra:  I definitely do. I definitely, definitely do! It’s so funny that my sister and I were just talking about that this morning. We were trained that what went on at home, stayed at home. By all means necessary, we had to do what we had to do to survive. This was not in a negative way. The code of survival was my mom. She was not an educator, but a mom. All she wanted to be was a mom. I also came from a life of drugs, alcohol, and crime.  Although they were educated people with great jobs, they had lots of dysfunctional stories going on.  I thought my life was the real thing. I learn’t a lot from my childhood.
Glam:  You made an appearance on of the Vh1 reality show Love and Hip Hop Atlanta.  Why did you agree to do reality TV?
Debra:  It was not as much as doing realty TV. It was so funny that we were looking for Rasheda, and then I got a call from Mona saying Rasheda wanted to talk to me.  I remember telling them, “You can not tell me what to say, I will say what I want.” For me reality TV is just another part of the music business. (Laughing)
Glam:  You have made for yourself a name in the entertainment industry, what are some of your greatest accomplishments?
Debra:  My greatest accomplishments are being able to keep my head strong. If you are talking about people we would go with Nicki Minaj, Gucci Mane, French Mantano, Waka Flocka, Luck Luga, and Southside. I was able to opened doors and let people jump off their seats and become a topic.
Glam:  You are a woman in a man’s world. How do you differentiate mom and boss lady?
Debra:  You know something that is so funny. For the first time I admitted to my son that I had to take ownership. My brother is managing Waka Flocka. For a while I only wanted to be his mother.  Being his manager I have to tell him what to you, at that time I didn’t see it. One day we were at a business meeting and we were sitting around the table, he said something to me and I got up and walked away. Realizing that although he was my son, he was also a grown man. He wasn’t a little boy. I never really wanted to be his manager. As mothers we are always managers. You might not understand; my sons are not supposed to fail. Nothing that comes from me fails!
Glam:  You have been in this game for a long time, name some of the positive changes you have witness with hip hop music?
Debra:  Some of the positive changes I have seen are underground producers are able to go to the top and not have to take and give their music away for free. We get to stop music going into play market, with the ability to sell your music on ITunes artists are able to come from up from the streets and make money legally!
Glam:  You are the mother of rapper Waka Flocka Flame; at what age did you know he got the talent to become an artist?
Debra:  He never wanted to be an artist, he was a ball player. I lost my 10 year old son in 2010. My neighbor accidentally ran him over.  Because of that it was transition mode for all of us, he had no intention to do music. He knew Gucci Mane was in trouble, and we were falling apart. He decided to jump in and save us. Honestly he had no interest in entertainment.
Glam:  My condolence to you. You worked with many leading rappers, how did you meet Nicki Minaj?
Debra:  I met Nicki Minaj when I had a show with Gucci. Everyone knows I wanted a female artist, I wanted to open the door for females.  Everyone who knows me knows that is my passion. It was so funny that Nicki knew one of the securities, and she called. She said she needed a female to back her.  We got her the ticket and flew her into Atlanta.
Glam:  Tell us something about you that may surprise us?
Debra:  I love, love, love jabbering; I live to entertain people.  I love talking and having fun. One of my biggest hobbies is charity work that is my super, super love.
Glam: The buzz is that you are starting your own radio show, tell us about that?
Debra:  We got the internet radio, we trade partners with 105 radio. I am going to let it flow. I say what I want; the show will be about relationship and entertainment.  I am going to have many guests including many reality stars. I will try and teach the females to be back bones to their men. With me anything can happened. (Laughing)
Glam:  You are a lady with many hair styles. What inspires the styles?
Debra:  I do love to change my hair often. I am now wearing my own hair. Many people think I am bald, but in fact my real hair is longer than the weave. I love colors, and they go with my many moods. I’ve already diagnose myself with ADD so with me anything goes.  I am very comfortable in my own skin. (Laughing)
Glam:  What would you tell new artists, who are looking for success in the music world?
Debra:  You know what really hurt, is that everyone wants to be CEO. Everyone wants to be a boss, they want fast money, they come at you ragged then the next day they want Gucci and Prada. They don’t want to put in any work. Everyone doesn’t need a manager. A manager is a person who manages another person career. Why are you looking for a manager when you don’t have a career? They want the manager to do everything for them; I can only do what you allow me to do. I am here to enhance you, I can’t be you, I can only enhance you.
Glam:  Thanks again for chatting with us. Can’t wait to see you doing your own reality show (Laughing)
Debra:  Thank you too.(Laughing) That’s coming!