TBT to 90s Hip Hop with Dizon Dreams Founder, Lainney Dizon
Lainney Dizon oversees all marketing initiatives for Dizon Dreams, a creative agency specializing in social media marketing for TV and music. Currently, she assists with the marketing initiatives of Pilgrim Studios, the world's most diverse television production company. She is also the editor-in-chief of LA Pulse Magazine, an online platform dedicated to LA's emerging creative artists. When she's not making marketing and editorial magic, she's hosting The Drop Party, a monthly 2000's HipHop dance party in DTLA.
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"It’s not really about competition, it’s about growing with each other" - Lainney Dizon
In this episode, we chat with The Drop and Dizon Dreams Founder, Lainney Dizon talks about growing up as a brown girl. In this interview, Lainney discusses dealing with other people’s perception, scrutiny, and expectation all while jamming to hip hop.
“I feel like being a brown girl you’re very unrepresented and underestimated. No one expects you to come out on top.”
Lainney also talks about the importance of being authentic in everything she does and including that in her social media persona.
“Be authentic and share your story, because no one else can share it - it’s your own to make.”
Audrey talks about her run in with the illuminati, dealing with haters, and her undying love for Oprah, Tupac, and Lauryn Hill.
"I attract authentic people if i’m authentic with myself." - Lainney Dizon
This episode, Brown Girls Rising Episode 26, can be found at BrownGirlsRising.com or on iTunes.
This episode was recorded in sunny Downtown Los Angeles at Maker City LA.