Phoenix Frost AKA Shonnice Harris is a hip hop artist, singer, songwriter, lyricist, author, actress, CEO of Neicy 1 Records, and domestic violence advocate.
Rising like a phoenix from it's ashes, Shonnice Harris has done just that. As a survivor of domestic violence, and sickle cell anemia, she uses hip hop as a way to express the hardships she has endured, and reach out, giving hope and inspiration to thousands. Her music delivers a message of truth, and a very powerful one at that!
You may have seen Phoenix on the red carpet at the 2017 BET Awards, and she also performed in 2017 at the Atlantic Records, Roc Nation, Def Jam, and Republic Records showcase in NYC.
In a message to her fans, Phoenix stated that her music is all FREE only right now as she has just signed a new contract and will be taking down all of her music before her new music comes out.
Coming up on March 15th and 16th, you can see Phoenix Frost perform in Austin, Texas at the RIP the MIC Sound Stage from 12 noon to 5 pm CST.
Tune into our exclusive interview as we talk about Phoenix's upcoming autobiography, her music, what she's got coming up, how she got to where she is today, her survival and how she made it through the domestic violence. Like a phoenix, she rose from her ashes high above through her trials and tribulations. Be sure to check out her music and below our interview as well.
If you or anyone you know is in need of help to escape domestic violence please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at: 1-800-799-7233 ... It can save yours or their life!
To follow Phoenix Frost and keep up with everything she has going on you can at:
Facebook: @phoenixfrostmusic @neicysempirefanpage
Instagram (IG):@1phoenixfrost1 @phoenixfrostofficial @phoenixfrostfanpage
YouTube:Neicy Records 1 Entertainment
Official Website: numberonemusic.com/neicyrecords1entertainment
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Nancy R. Rodriguez is an Actress, Model, Clothing Designer, Child Care Counselor and Survivor.
Nancy didn't always plan on being an actress growing up. After surviving an abusive and extremely toxic relationship she was lucky to escape. When she did she turned to going to modeling school and acting to find herself. And find herself she did.
Nancy's "Get With It Fitness" workout apparel comes with a powerful message I think we can all appreciate! Every color chosen represents a survivor in some shape or form as well as a positive message in the design itself. Helping empower children who need help with their voices being heard is what the goal is here! To know more just click the photo below!
Aside from acting, modeling and her clothing line Nancy is a Child Care Counselor, working with at risk teens in a group home. Her main focus is to make sure these teens know they have someone that cares, that they can trust and lean on in their times of need and help inspire them, get them focused on making good decisions, life skills management and focus on their education and goals, getting them ready for the real world successfully.
Nancy started acting in 1993, you may have seen her in the TV series "I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant" (2011, Doctor), Party Animalz (2004, Comedy- Bikini Girl), Sex Sent me to the ER (TV Series, 2014- Terry) and Corrupted: House Call (2016 Short- Lupe). For Nancy's full IMDb click HERE.
Follow Nancy R. Rodriguez on IG, Twitter and Facebook now to keep up with what she's got going on now!
If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic abuse, get help now! Get away as quickly as possible and reach out to The National Domestic Abuse Hotline at:
TUNE in BELOW and watch our exclusive interview with Nancy, find out what your options are if you have a troubled teen and where you can go to get help, signs to watch out for, learn about Nancy's own story of survival and getting away and becoming the inspiration she is today!
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