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Midtown’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyageATL is to find the amazing souls that breathe life into our city. In the recent weeks we’ve had the privilege to connect with some of the Atlanta’s finest artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and rabble rousers and we can’t begin to express how impressed we are with our city’s incredibly deep talent pool.  Check out Midtowns’s rising stars below.

Jasmine Waters

I guess the best place to start is in high school, you know, that time when everyone is trying to find their bearings. I used to write those truly angsty poems about boyfriend’s whose names I can’t even remember at this point in my life, the true struggle of growing up in Virginia Beach. Then I fell into yearbook my freshman year. Read more>>

Kimberly Marsh

As a child growing up in Greenville, Alabama my mother always instilled in me and my siblings that we should always strive to look our best at all times and she always made sure that we did. I grew up loving everything fashion and beauty. The things that would stick out to me would be pieces that were outside of the everyday attire and considered “weird”. Read more>>

Tavares Ingram

I founded Studio Populi in 2016 with my right hand man, Armani Cato. Populi means “people” in Latin. The aim is to create unifying statement pieces that engage and connect people, no matter how similar or different. Read more>>

D Kirk KV

At 25 years of age, D Kirk KV developed his love of music from his father. D Kirk KV’s sound is really from his heart and his love of music. He originated from the east coast in Philadelphia but has a west coast style and swagger mixing his rapping and singing. Read more>>

Jason Givens

I started to get into the modeling game by working with my bro Kendall king of Paris Texas I did a fashion show with him called BlazersAndSwimsuits. I’ve always had the interest of modeling fashion despite my size of only being 5’6-5’7 I live for being in front of a camera and I love to take care of my body. Read more>>

Jessica Wong

I started playing music at a young age of four. I am a classically trained pianist for over 18 years and that had helped me develop a good sense of pitch and knowledge of theory. For college, I decided that I wanted to continue the musical journey. Read more>>

Martha Perez

My interest in makeup began at the age of 12. I would dig through my mom’s makeup bag late at night. I found myself doing this almost every night and It became exciting to try new things even if it meant getting makeup inside my eyes. Immersing myself into cosmetics. Read more>>

Aaron (SoDebNair) Leigh

I became apart of the media at the age of 25 I had graduated from a trade school that specializes in broadcasting. I was then hired on at a local magazine as the director of online video content. Where eventually I would be doing some work for radio One with online content and promotions. Read more>>

Manan

I am a Japanese RnB artist, born in Japan. My artistic process began as a child, music has always been a part of me because of the numerous musical activities that my mother put me through. I had always been in choirs, musical theatre, dance lessons and piano/guitar lessons. Read more>>

Elle Stiles

I’ve always been a lover of style. Hair. Clothes. Not so much makeup because my parents were old fashioned. I was the girl circling what I wanted in the JCPenney Catalog as a child. Drooling over the LA magazine Delia’s as a teen, and dreaming of being draped in couture fashions as an adult. Read more>>

Ramone Paris

I remember when I was about age 13 and I was watching my favorite YouTuber at the time, MissPtv, I thought to myself “when I get old enough I want to be able to start my own YouTube channel.” This was way before I even knew there were millions of dollars to be made doing it. Read more>>

Manny Strickland

It was 2016 when I decided to leave my job as a school bus driver. I loved visiting the hookah lounge on my weekends off in my town of Chattanooga and looked forward to visiting only to find that it closed. Seeing as there were no hookah lounges left. Read more>>

Sahil Mahajan

I started djing about five years ago on my laptop. Then the summer of 2014, I bought a pioneer board and dedicated that whole summer to learn. I immediately started getting gigs that summer. I wasn’t the best DJ yet but I was confident in my taste of music and I always DJ to entertain whatever crowd I have. Read more>>

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