Antoinette Davis is an aspiring Urban Model from the United States of America and a first-generation college graduate in San Antonio, Texas with a 3.43 GPA. Knowing graphic design, marketing, and promotions as a certified Office General Administrative Assistant who loves business correspondence and communications. I am a big fan of Hip Hop and RnB. In 2014, I made a major move to El Paso, Tx and I got introduced to the club scene. I then began to learn to design club flyers for events, birthday parties as well as baby showers. I had a lot of people come and show support. My promoter name is “juiceestylz”. I’ve been going by the name “juicee” since high school. So I added “stylz” to it because of my dope flyers. Very stylish. Not only did we promote birthday parties and events, but we also cooked certain days and the food was free. Fish Frys, Chinese food night, soul food, finger foods, You name it, it was lit.

Where are you based?

How long have you been making music?
Im currently a Urban Song cover model for Christopher Whatley (CityEmpire) Entertainment. His Unlock The street Song was produced by Tony Arispe at (Paradox Studios) Writer | Rapper | Promoter “Unlock the Street” the street rap song reached 20,000 plays on February 7th, 2021. Unlock the street by CityEmpire Has received rave reviews on being called the “Woke King of Hip Hop”. Chris Whatley graduated from J.M. Hanks High School in 2007 and received a $500 college scholarship from Omega Psi Phi Fraternity (Sigma Tau) from Leo Pleasants by writing an essay. Then another $500 scholarship from the Black Chamber of Commerce from Leo Pleasants by writing another essay. Then came another $500 college scholarship from the J.M. Hanks High School football booster club. Being recognized as Honorable Mentioned All-District 1-5A as a Defensive Lineman. As an invited walk-on as a Junior from Clemson (Paul Hogan), with Rice and Southern Miss making the same offer he decided to attend Grambling State from El Pas

What genre would you consider your music to be?
Hip Hop, RnB is my favorite genre of music.

What inspired you to pursue a career in music?
Trina the baddest chick. She’s been in the game for 20+ years. Very talented, beautiful and respected.

What are your biggest musical influences?
Trina, Joe, Jahiem, Whitney Houston. The list goes on.

Are you signed to a label or are you an independent artist?
Currently I’m signed to Bazaar Models in El Paso, Texas

What have been the biggest challenges in your music career?
Breaking into the industry as a video vixen is challenging because you want to be the best at what you do at all times.

How many songs or albums have you released to date?
As a model for CityEmpire Entertainment we reached 20,000 plays as of February 7th 2021 Unlocking the street with one song.

Can you tell us a few things about your latest release?
It was an amazing experience. During my journey as a writer and promoter Dub Taylor gave me his CD one day and just rode away on a motorcycle and I played his song “On momma” and my whole life changed as a writer. I get nervous asking people to collaborate because of what happened to me as a college student at the radio station and he just gave me a price and his producers studio address then came Unlock the street. Shout out to Paradox studio and Tony Arispe.

Any plans for new music or upcoming projects we should know about?
Currently as a signed model with Bazaar Models out of El paso,Texas I aspire to show confidence and represent for beautiful curvy thick women. All CityEmpire rights protected by LegalShield and IDshield


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