The Hip Hop Film Festival NYC (HHFF) nominated Zangba Thomson’s “Three Black Boys” screenplay for their screenwriters’ category. The festival will be held in NYC for three straight days, beginning August 3rd and ending on the 6th.
Imagine just coming home from prison? And the world is a different place, since you left it. To stay sucker free, you gotta maintain. To maintain, you gotta keep “Ya Head Above Water”, and that means staying on a righteous path. Follow Zangba, an award-winning author/poet, as he tries to maintain in this gritty street anthem, produced by Queens-native K-Bomb.
Bong Mines Entertainment LLC recording artist Zangba inks one-song deal with B-Side Recordings, a London-based record label for B-Side Project remix albums in association with electronic music producers. Zangba was presented the deal after his song ‘I Need You’ (feat. Maskerade) won ‘Public Choice Remix Award’ in B-Side Project’s 2016 remix competition, in association with Prism Sound. The Remix Awards ceremony took place in London at Metropolis Studios, and Zangba was excited to hear that he won.
“Take a Look…There’s Money All Around You!” is A prosperity, life-changing guidebook, which highlights the secret ingredients needed to become a prosperous moneymaking machine. Maybe you want to make 30k a year, a month, or even weekly. Or maybe you want the treasures of the universe. It doesn’t matter. This practical, easy-to-read manual will show you how to become prosperous in seven straight-to-the-point chapters.
Authors Jean Alerte, Jickael Bazin, Frank Gateau, Rae Holliday, Zangba Thomson, Kel Spencer, Pervis Taylor III, and Fadelf Jackson.
Book Description: Breakups, make-ups, disappointments and disasters—nobody warned you love would be like this. After all, if every man really wants to get married, why aren’t they marrying you? And where exactly did the romance go now that Prince Charming barely pays attention to you anymore?
RNH MAG: Who inspired you to pursue a music career?
Zangba: I grew up listening to Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, and ’80s R&B/Pop. Then one day, I unexpectedly walked into LL Cool J’s video shoot at the 165th street Bus Terminal– by the Colosseum Mall– and I saw LL with his arms around two female models. That up close and personal view, much closer than what I got from Yo’ MTV Raps– left such an everlasting impression that I took a special liking to the emceeing aspect of hip-hop.
On July 31, 2016, Zangba Thomson received the ‘Bai T. Moore Literary Award’ during a festive ceremony held at the National Black Theatre in Harlem, New York—which commemorated the 169th Anniversary of the Republic of Liberia’s Independence. The red-carpeted event was organized by the Liberian Community Association of New York City, Inc. (LCANYC), in collaboration with the Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA).
Zangba releases Hip-Hop, Soul, and R&B, a lovable, 10-track project with relatable lyrics that will surely take listeners on a joyful ride down lover’s lane, where true love is the theme and being “in love” is the name of the game. Standout contributions come by way of popular R&B crooner Maskerade, for his soulful choruses and powerful productions; and Scarecrow Beats, who spirited the second half of the album with his warmhearted beats.
“Take a Look… There’s Money All Around You!” is a prosperity, life-changing guidebook, which highlights the secret ingredients needed to become a prosperous moneymaking machine. It is considered the #1 guidebook on how to become prosperous; and after listening to it in its entirety, you will see why.
“Take a Look… There’s Money All Around You!” by Zangba Thomson is a prosperity, life-changing guidebook, which highlights the secret ingredients needed to become a prosperous moneymaking machine. Maybe you want to make 30k a year, a month, or even weekly. Or maybe you want the treasures of the universe. It doesn’t matter. This practical, easy-to-read manual will show you how to become prosperous in seven straight-to-the-point chapters.
WWS Magazine: Tell us about where you are from and how you got to this position today.
Zangba: I was born in Bong Mines, Liberia. And at the age of 8, I migrated to Jamaica-Queens, NY. By the grace of God, I survived many trials and tribulations and experienced life. I learned the art of journalism and creative writing at York College. And after many years of being persistent, working hard, and being dedicated to perfecting my craft, here I am, a hip-hop recording artist, music producer, author, and founder and chief executive officer at Bong Mines Entertainment LLC.