Brittany Burton

Brittany Burton is a News Columnist at Grit Daily. While attending Howard University majoring in Broadcast journalism, she became a writer at Buzzfeed and Huffington Post, which jumpstarted her career.

Kimberly Michelle: The Historical Figure You Never Knew

Kimberly “K-Michelle” Pate has been killing the R&B game for over 10 years now. Fresh off of the release of her fourth #1 R&B album All Monsters Are Human, the songstress is at the top of her game. One thing that has always stood out about her career is that, she always finds a way to reinvent her creativity. From opening new businesses to tackling a new genre of music, the superstar is gearing up to make history again in the new year. Being the only African American in the world with...

The Man Behind HG Contemporary: New York’s One Of A Kind Art Gallery

One thing that New York has always been known for is its rich art culture. With an array of visual artists, taggers, and designers, gallerist Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim is making sure the hottest artists have a place for their works to live with his latest project, HG Contemporary. Having built a reputation for himself as one of the premiere gallerists coming out of New York, Hoerle-Guggenheim is well-known for cultivating artist showcases worldwide that create a memorable experience for...

Challenger brand Feel Good Foods gets real about the limits of “gluten-free”

Have you ever been looking for a quick way to eat gluten free? Turns out a pair of restaurateurs were looking, too. Former restaurateurs — Chef Tryg Siverson and Managing Partner at Friedman’s Restaurant Vanessa Phillips — have created an gluten fee line of frozen dinners designed to improve your gut health. After having so many health concerns, Phillips educated herself on the gluten-free lifestyle years before it hit the mainstream. As a result, she began making her own line of...

Musician BABA NYZA trades chicken for Spotify follows and so far the Internet loves it

Fried chicken and R&B usually are not two terms floating around together. Yet, BABA NYZA, a rising artist from Toronto, has used both to generate a fan base. How? The recipe was simple. He urged his fans, students, and the general population to eat free Raisin’ Canes he was giving out in exchange for follows on Spotify and Soundcloud. Did it work? After 2.5 million plays on Soundcloud and 300k on Spotify, his latest “Rack Like Spice,” is a hit. As he is pursuing a master’s...

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