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Arlington’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyageDallas 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 Dallas-Fort Worth area’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 Arlington’s rising stars below.

Lance Brown

Art has always been a part of my life. I showed a knack for it since before I can remember and my mom nurtured my talent, being that she was an amazing artist. I went to the Art Institute of Dallas after graduating from High School. It was a two year program that sharpened my drawing skills and taught me graphic design. Read more>>

Malvin Hearns, Genard Hill and Debra Cole

It’s not the team with the best players that win it’s the players with the best team that wins. Royal Tea TV came together with the idea of highlighting the bright men, Woman and businesses all across the DFW. We are a branch of our own business derived from KINGLISH Apparel. Which motto states that royalty is loyalty. Read more>>

Bast, Illest Stema, UceBaby and Khufu

Mirroring the image of a meaningful dream is how we like to put it. “To inspire the youth and do it for OUR culture” is our motto. (Bast)-I’ve always been into the music scene since I was a youngin, but back then I was writing raps in my journal book. I wrote about what I was going through and what I saw my people going through in my community. Read more>>

Daya Day

I moved to Texas from my hometown Saginaw, MI to have better opportunities. I had my daughter and gained weight like crazy and lost my self confidence. I put myself on a workout plan and followed it along with cutting out all meats except for fish. I then regained my confidence not because I was losing weight, but because I felt better overall with more energy. Read more>>

Brandy Davis

In 2013 I found out I was pregnant, so I quit my job due to it being an unsafe environment for a pregnant woman. I immediately found another job and there was definitely a pay decrease, which was huge to my bank account. I was now a pregnant college student making 7.25 per hour. I was too busy and tired to go out, so I stayed home a lot. Read more>>

Lance Bertrand

I started my company Turn Key in November 2013 after graduating from SUNY Stony Brook in May with a degree in Business Management focusing on Accounting. It was my “5th Year,” and I was scrambling to get interviews as I prepped for graduation. I never got the job I wanted in corporate America. I felt defeated. Read more>>

Omar and Jennifer Lancaster

When Omar was in the early days of working in the oilfield in Arkansas, it was not uncommon for crews to work jobs with some pretty austere hours. In the middle of the night, when out in the middle of nowhere, we would get to telling stories or generally letting the delirium get the best of us. I jokingly suggested that we should form a band from the crew. Read more>>

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