Kayona Ebony Brown partners with Sovereign Noir Publications to offer the latest release in Brown’s original Of Music and Men production.
Online PR News – 08-May-2020 – WASHINGTON, DC, April 30 – Kayona Ebony Brown partners with Sovereign Noir Publications to offer the latest release in Brown’s original Of Music and Men production. Nothing But a Number, book two of the 12-episode novella series, hits digital storefronts on May 10, 2020.
Nothing But A Number is a modern take on a millennial entrepreneur’s journey and observations of the world as she navigates dating, juggles friendships, and attempts to build a music empire, all from her father’s basement in Washington, DC. Themes that permeate the series (such as music, business, and romance) are not excluded from this story; however, the main theme of this episode is age, and it asks if it truly is nothing but a number, giving a comedic take on age differences in various aspects of life.
“Of Music and Men is a really dope series--both the novellas and the podcast--and it is very exciting to be a part of something that combines entrepreneurship, Black women’s perspectives, and the mindset of being a millennial in such a weird space and time. Kayona really captures the essence of presenting reality in a comedic and thoughtful way.
--Kameisha Jerae Hodge, CEO of Sovereign Noir Publications
The second novella in the Of Music and Men series, Nothing But A Number, will be available for pre-order on Sovereign Noir’s website at http://www.sovereignnoir.com/nban. It will also be available via the official Of Music and Men website (http://www.ofmusicandmen.com), where the podcast is also fully available for download as well. The eBook will be available for pre-order on a Pay What You Can basis to accommodate those affected by COVID-19 beginning on April 18, 2020. It will be released on all major platforms digitally on May 10, 2020.
Kayona Ebony Brown, a multi-hyphenate artist and entrepreneur, is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, and actor. Of Music and Men is inspired by her experiences as a fledgling business owner and her time running an indie record label.