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#WWHHW FEATURED FRIDAY!!

Submitted by: M.B.



Welcome to another #WWHHW "Featured Friday!" where EVERY Friday, we will promote your business, music, craft, art, podcast and more!! Use this not only to connect with each, but invest each other.






JMC (Jay Marshall & Company)

J. Marshall is the founder of JMC Productions. Based in Middle Tennessee.

"We are surrounded by various types music culture and reflect that in how we develop and produce content. The Marshall Law EP is our latest effort to push our narrative."



Marshall Law EP - Out now on all streaming services





Social media handles/links: https://linktr.ee/jmcproductions

Business inquiries, please email:jay.marshall.inquiry@outlook.com




TAP IN: Clothing Brand: Alexis and Robert Liddell


"The name Tap In had been brewing in my spirit for quite some time and the day I brought it to my husband’s attention, he had the perfect acronym, which is “Try Applying Pressure It’s Necessary.”"

Tap In their clothing brand and their second business is a children’s activity/coloring book called Alex and Friends, inspired by the passing of her husband’s mother and the birth of their son a month later in 2020.

Tap In Clothing Company specializes in comfort and stylish clothing. Everything is made by hand by me. The Liddle's likes to make sure that they are known for being bold and consistent. I think that’s the key to anything. "Consistency never loses a battle but being bold only makes you stronger. So, no matter the outcome, you still win. I’m proud that we have an identity that speaks for us as a brand and a team. A few things that set us apart from others are that we don’t follow trends, nor do we think that all avenues or lanes are for us. We love how natural things have been going. Being genuine and being reachable to people is what sets us apart. So, we stay Tapped In!"


  • Website: https://www.tapinclothing.com/

  • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shoptapin/

  • Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/104646648207139/

  • Address: The PSV Store 100 Taylor Street Nashville, TN 37208



NEW CUTOMERS: Sign up and save 15% on your first order at https://www.tapinclothing.com/



"Alex and Friends is a fun activity book for all kids! Keeping your kids busy, entertained, and having fun while they learn. Filled with many types of activities that will stimulate the brain, inspire creativity, develop fine motor skills and encourage unity. Such as, coloring, solving puzzles, tracing the letters, tracing the numbers, mazes, connecting the dots, cooking recipes and proper table etiquette. This activity book is a perfect workbook for kids aged 3 to 10 years of age and adults who love to cook with their family. Suitable for both boys and girls, this activity book makes a great travel book or vacation workbook. It can also be taken on long car rides to pass the time and makes a great gift for kids and families who loves to find new and creative ways to spend time together, while enjoying a delicious, warm and delightful meal. Family time is a special time, that's what life is all about, so lets celebrate and enjoy every bit of the moment with the ones we love."


For "Alex & Friends" coloring book shop at https://alexandfriends.store/




Black Lavish Essentials

Black Lavish Essentials is a natural self care and beauty brand inspired by the use of organic raw shea butter and their unique combination of oils to handcraft luxury skin and hair care products. In 2018, The twin brothers, Jacob and Joshua, ventured to Ghana, West Africa, where they've built relationships in communities that allow them to work together to provide quality natural skin and hair care products.

"We want our customers to experience the ultimate self-care lifestyle while taking the time to appreciate their own body, skin, and hair. Black Lavish Essentials prides itself on using natural ingredients to formulate healthy, quality, and affordable self care products that embody our motto, "Luxury is a Choice. Lavish is a Lifestyle!"




"We spent several weeks in various regions of Ghana as part of a cultural immersion experience where we gained a better understanding of the history and culture within Ghanaian communities, family life, and our Ancestral history that was interrupted due to the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. While starting a business was not our original intention, within nine months of returning home, Black Lavish Essentials was born. Shopping with Black Lavish Essentials not only supports a successful Black business in the United States but also families and communities in West Africa. "


*Products range from: Moisturizing Whipped Body Butter, Hydrating Scented Body Butter, Pure African Shea Butter | 100% Organic (Unrefined), African Black Soap Bathroom Bundles, 360 Wave Pomade | Transform Your Waves | Organic, 360 Wave Brush | Soft Brush | Medium-Hard Brush, 2-in-1 Wooden Beard Comb | Anti-Breakage, Bathroom Soap Dish | Engraved Peachwood, Drawstring Soap Bag | Exfoliating Soap Pouch, Signature Fleece Hoodie | Black Lavish Essentials, BLE Beanie Hats “Block Style”, and Black Lavish Essentials Beanie Hats*

  • Instagram: @BlackLavish_Essentials

  • Twitter: @BL_Essentials

  • Youtube: Black Lavish Essentials

  • TikTok: @BlackLavishEssentials

Monday - Friday: 9:30am - 6:00pm (CST) Saturday: Closed / Events Sunday: Closed / Events






The Madame CJ Walker Shoppe/WERD Studio: Ricci de Forest


Professionally as Ricci International (the "Acoustical Dandy"), is a hair stylist, beauty educator, and proprietor of the Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Shoppe and WERDStudio museum.

Ricci, an Ohio Native, eventually made his way down to Atlanta, GA opening his own shop called: "Ricci International."

Years later after establishing residency, he took a stroll around town and turned onto Hilliard Street and, out of the corner of his eye, spied a retail space with "Mme. C. J. Walker's Beauty Shoppe" on the window. He hit the brakes and soon afterwards found himself as the occupant of this personally and historically important space. To his surprise, he discovered several beauty tools associated with Madam C.J. Walker were left behind. Thus began Ricci's mission to create a sanctuary for the legacy of the beauty industry in his shop.


Two years later, a woman stuck her head into the shop and said, "Mr. Ricci, do you know the first black radio station in America was upstairs over your beauty shop?" Ricci was stunned by the revelation. Research into that station, WERD radio, confirmed the station's studios had been in a nearby location, as well as confirming the station's critical contributions to black music, black businesses, and civil rights.


Since then, Ricci has dedicated himself to preserving and honoring the legacy of Madam C.J. Walker and WERD by creating the Madam Museum in his beauty shop.



The museum is in two parts. One is dedicated to the memory of Madam C. J. Walker, whose hair and cosmetics products company had a beauty shop franchise at this location. The second part is dedicated to the legacy of WERD, the first black-owned and operated radio station in America, founded in 1949. The WERD Studio museum includes more than 15,000 jazz, blues, gospel, and other records, affectionately dubbed the “Great Wall of Vinyl,” as a tribute to the gift of music WERD gave to Atlanta.


Admission to the museum is by appointment, so contact them to arrange a date and time for your visit. There is charge of $5 per person. Additional donations are appreciated. WERD merchandise is also available for purchase.


Madam C.J. Walker’s Beauty Shoppe Museum

54 Hilliard Street NE

Atlanta, GA 30312






Hours of Operation:

Monday-Saturday 11am-4pm

Sunday 12pm-4pm

For other inquiries, please call 404-518-2887











If you would love to be featured on our next "Featured Friday!", please email us at wellwhhw@yahoo.com or submit your interest on the "Featured Friday" tab on our site!

Submit your information with pictures, small biography/story about yourself, and links to any social media you have pertaining to your submission. We can't wait to meet you!!



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