‘The Lark Experience’ A 1 on 1 interview with Julian Lark of Kontrol Magazine..

Bravo to Julian Lark the CEO and founder of the number 1 African American fashion and entertainment publication ‘Kontrol Magazine’. After years of grinding on the scene of Atlanta with delivering the fiercest fashion shows, mixers, and launching iconic brands such as ‘Revel’, Julian Lark has created a stamp on the editorial scene with delivering some of the most high-fashion covers displaying people of color. ‘Kontrol Magazine’ brings you top trends in fashion, lifestyle and beauty articles, and covers all things entertainment especially in the black community. Never one to be afraid to take risks with his work, Julian Lark has branded his name on the red carpet and proudly let it be known any carpet he touches he owns. After styling Ashly Williams from ‘June’s Diary’ for the Emmy Awards, and his most recent slay of NAACP Image Award Winner Terri J. Vaughn for the Soul Train Awards, he has been blessed and booked securing the best jobs in the industry. To top off the 2019 wrap-up for Kontrol Magazine, the publication also won Publication of the Year from the ICON Fashion and Beauty Awards. His latest styling work of Evelyn Lozada of the reality series ‘Basketball Wives’ is the feature image.  Take a peek at his interview below with celebrity journalist ‘Carisha The Diva’.

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By Ogechi

When it comes to Ogechi, energy in the first word that comes to mind. The Nigerian 23 year old is a Singer/songwriter, poet/author, model and dancer with lyrical bars that will leave the listener engaged and thinking critically. Her songwriting abilities and affinity for poetry have an effect on way she writes her raps because she knows what it takes to write something that evokes emotion in the audience… For Ogechi, creating is a spiritual release and we should be honored that The HipHoppa Herself has decided to share with us her experiences and philosophies. Ogechi reminds us what it is to be human, even while affirming our godliness. Ogechi is a creative as she creates what the people need to hear. She is both the artist and the masterpiece at the same time. Ogechi is the future.