Roommates, Did you know the creator of Love & Hip Hop helped launch the careers of Nas, Ja Rule, and Missy Elliot? It’s Women’s History Month and we’re taking this month to highlight some dope facts about women who are movers, shakers, and game-changers. So get ready to tap in and find out a little more than you may have known about the OG boss lady, Mona Scott-Young!
Mona Scott-Young Is A Haitian American Media Maven, TV Producer, And Entrepreneur
For those of you that may not be familiar with Mona Scott-Young, she’s a Haitian American media maven, television producer and entrepreneur.
She’s Also CEO Of Monami Productions
She’s also the CEO of the multi-media entertainment company Monami Productions, the production company behind the popular VH1 reality television franchise Love & Hip Hop.
She’s produced hit television series for VH1, We TV, Bravo, and more.
One of her Early Starts in Reality Television was “The Road To Stardom” with Missy Elliott
One of her early starts in reality Television was “The Road To Stardom” with Missy Elliott which was a short-lived tv competition series.
Mona Co-founded Violator Management
However, did you know that before Mona founded the company responsible for Love and Hip-Hop she co-founded. Violator Management, a powerhouse music firm in the late ‘90s and early 2000s?
In fact, she helped manage the careers of Busta Rhymes, LL Cool J and Missy Elliot, whom she still manages today.
Hit play up top to learn more about Mona’s journey!