Angelo Ellerbee strives to improve the behavior of ‘Music Artists’ and extols them to clean up their acts! Angelo is the president of Double XXposure and is a dynamic motivational speaker. Mr. Ellerbee tells it like it is, period. His 36 years of experience working with many high profile artists such as Mary J. Blige, Dionne Warwick, Ginuwine and DMX have only strengthened his knowledge of the music industry.
In 36 years Angelo has seen and heard it all, from artists who can’t read or write to artists with rude manners and to the simply put, uneducated people that are running rampant nowadays in the music industry. In the recent months with all of the upheaval caused by Chris Brown, Angelo feels it is time once again to take on the music industry and challenge its artists to act like artists.
Angelo Ellerbee was very public about the big commotion that was caused just 2 years ago when Kanye West ran up on stage during Taylor Swift’s acceptance of her MTV VMA to express his dismay at her winning. Ellerbee was appalled and said that the industry had been taken back 40 years before greats like Berry Gordy invested time in developing an artist, not just to sell records, but to conduct themselves as professionals. Angelo was featured in Out Magazine and said this when asked about teaching celebrities manners as opposed to non-celebrities: “There is absolutely no difference. It is manners. It is respect. It’s just an extension of what their mothers and fathers should have taught them — the difference between right and wrong and how to sit at a table.”
Angelo A. Ellerbeewas recently on “League of the Extraordinary” radio show. Mr. Ellerbee shares his wisdom and knowledge with radio talk show host Dr. Candace Kelley (listen here). Angelo speaks about his beginnings and how he has survived in the music industry.
Ellerbee was recently chosen to appear at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston (see Video to the left of this article) to impart his knowledge and wisdom on the up and comers in the music industry, our youth. It was this realization that encouraged Angelo to reeducate the public on the importance of not only artist development, but also being committed to your talent, loving yourself and being an upstanding model citizen.
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