Black-Owned Magazine 'Cue the Culture' Launches to Amplify Black Voices in Social Media

Black-owned digital entertainment company, Quartermain Media LLC, is celebrating the launch of ‘Cue the Culture’ magazine.

The publication features stories chronicling the lives of Black social media influencers and social media conversations.

‘Cue the Culture’ seeks to acknowledge Black social media influencers who are creating quality content and leading conversations that highlight, celebrate, and contextualize Black cultural influence in America and around the world.

GENESIS is the title of the first issue of ‘Cute the Culture’ magazine. Available in print and as an interactive E-Book, the magazine features various social media voices of today’s culture such as Tré Melvin, Shalom Blac, KevOnStage, Shannon “Boody” Boodram, and more.

The cover story features our very own B. Scott, who is widely considered to be one of the pioneers of the blogging business dropping industry-shaking exclusives featured in publications such as Variety, US Weekly, People, and Essence. He and his work are often cited on mainstream media outlets including Wendy Williams, The Real, TMZ, and The Breakfast Club.

Already the most talked about blogger among other bloggers, Black millennials, and even television shows like Bravo’s Real Housewives of Atlanta, B. Scott’s lovebscott.com has become one of the most trusted websites in Black media reaching millions daily. For the mag, he delves into the challenges that he recently experienced being in and then released from what many refer to as “Instagram jail”.

“Our mission is to explicate each individual’s unique journey and how they are transforming the world through their online platforms,” says Quartermain Media CEO, James Woods, Jr. His wife and Quartermain Media Co-Founder has taken on the role of Editor-In-Chief for CUE THE CULTURE magazine in addition to her Chief Creative Officer duties. She is thrilled about this new product sharing that “being a digital entertainment creative agency has been quite the ride. Adding on a publication arm to Quartermain Media has become one of my greatest joys. We are thrilled to highlight the untold stories of Black social media influencers, documenting their successes, desires, and all of the special twists and turns of their real lives.”

Click here to dive into the first issue.

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Hey Love Muffins, My friends at Quartermain Media chose me to grace the cover of Cue The Culture Magazine and to talk about being RESTORED to Instagram. This new black-owned publication features stories chronicling the lives of Black social media influencers and our social media conversations. Genesis is the title of the first issue. It features ME along with: @amberscloset @rickyshucks @clairesulmers @tremelvin @kevonstage @shanboody @shalomblac @cheverlyhillz @theyhavetherange @brihallofficial @iamfredthomasjr @justlatasha @qnapturallylovelyq @cdiggi1 @girltrek @bunny_walnuts @nerdy_hercules Plus check out stories about Verzuz, GirlTrek, the Class of 2020, and the iconic Whassup?! commercial. The print is dope and the E-book is super interactive. Join me in solidarity for TODAY’s official launch by helping me set Instagram ablaze by REPOSTING the front and/or back cover art, tag ME, tag @atribecalledquartermain, tag your fav social media influencers featured, and include #cuetheculture You might just receive an autographed copy from yours truly! Let’s light em’ up Love Muffins. XoXo

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