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Melanie Hearn

Melanie Hearn is a fast-rising talent on the Metro Detroit comedy scene. She’s won several competitions since starting her comedy career just a few years ago at the world-famous Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle. Such opportunities have afforded her to Emcee in several comedy clubs in the Midwest and open for nationally known comedians such as Mark Curry, Faizon Love, Lil Duval, and Michigan's own J. Chris Newberg. A local favorite across the Metro Detroit area, Melanie continues to hone her skills at open mics and can be seen performing at comedy clubs, bars, and corporate events across the Midwest.

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Kamau Haroon AKA Sixmau

Freelance Illustrator Kamau Haroon AKA Sixmau uses his work to explore “social paradigms, vices, and vulnerability,” all inspired by the colorful graffiti that covers many spaces in Detroit. The name Sixmau is a combination of 6 Mile where Haroon grew up and the suffix of his first name. His work can be seen on album covers of artists including Stalley, Childish Major, J. Cole, and Playboi Carti, as well as the prints he sells online or at live art auctions. Haroon says he also enjoys photography and sometimes uses his photos as outlines or even backgrounds of his illustrations. In due time, Haroon says he hopes to host live painting auctions and be categorized as a fine artist.

Rosie and The Fellas

Rosie & The Fellas entered the Detroit music scene as a pop rock band in 2017. The band consists of Randi Rossario aka Rosie, True Animal, Corey Dun, DJ NEMO Beats and The Mich Kidd. Their single “Caught in a Trap” was a relatable upbeat song that captured the attention of fans nationwide by putting a unique twist on Detroit techno. In between performing at festivals in Detroit, Miami, and Canada the band released their EP “Detroit 3000” which features their second single “Options”. Rosie & The Fellas plan on taking the music industry by storm upon the release of their next mediation based project.

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