Caribbean host vying for BET’s 106 & Park

Keishel ‘Inanna’ Williams (right) boasts a reputable resume within the media world, which also includes being the lead editor of HighBrid Magazine.


Keishel ‘Inanna’ Williams is once again set to take her talent and the Caribbean diaspora to the next level.

The young writer and TV personality has been a positive role model and contributor in the Caribbean media for over six years. Now, with the help and support of her fans as well as the Caribbean media community, she is currently in pursuit of the coveted spot of female host for the popular BET music countdown show, 106 & Park.

106 & Park is currently holding auditions for their new male and female hosts, where talented hosts will submit audition tapes and fans can vote for them via the social media network, Twitter.

“It will be extremely beneficial to have a host of my Caribbean-American background on 106 & Park. The plethora of talent that comes from our community alone has driven Hip-Hop culture to where it is today,” says Inanna.

The exuberant Inanna boasts an extensive knowledge of hip-hop; from old school acts such as the Wu-Tang Clan to new school artistes like Wale in addition to her innate love and experience in the Soca and Reggae music industries. After years of honing her skills as a TV personality with New York Linkz’Z.Y.N.C TV and a writer for Caribbean Life Newspaper in Brooklyn New York, Inanna isready to take her career and her community to the next level. She has also built reputable relationships with respected Caribbean music powerhouses such as VP Records, where she is currently the media sponsor for their upcoming Jerk Festival, featuring Tarrus Riley.

Everyone is encouraged to go onto twitter to VOTE for Inanna. Please follow @Inanna106 and vote .

To vote please tweet: I VOTE FOR@Inanna106 AS NEW HOST OF @106andpark #106thesearch

For votes to be counted, the tweet should include her name @Iannna106 , @106andpark and the hashtag, #106thesearch. Vote everyday as many times per day and form a positive movement as BET could use a strong, positive Caribbean voice that can also promote our music.


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