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Mona Scott-Young

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Ebro in the Morning - Addressing Saweetie’s PTSD Claims, Cinnamon Toast Crunch Controversy w/ Jensen Karp + Mona Scott-Young 3.24.21

Ebro in the Morning Podcast

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24 Mar 2021

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How Dare I Not Succeed? How ‘Love and Hip Hop’ Producer Mona Scott-Young Hit Big by Channeling Her Passions

Strictly Business

Mona Scott-Young, CEO of Monami Entertainment and the steward of VH1’s “Love and Hip Hop” franchise, discusses the growth of the company she launched in 2008. Scott-Young details the preparation and the lucky breaks that allowed her to seize the moment to segue from her background in music management to TV and media. She credits the seminal influence of her hard-working mother for helping her realize her strengths and her potential. “I have so many tools at my disposal – how dare I not succeed,” Scott-Young says. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com


16 Sep 2020

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Talk Stoop with Mona Scott-Young

Talk Stoop


6 Feb 2020

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Blurred Lines by Mona Scott-Young and Courtney Parker

Words For The Soul Book Club

I know you have watched at least one episode of Love and Hip-Hop, so why need read a season in the form a book. That's what Blurred Lines gives you. Find out how the season of Blurred Lines spoke to my soul in this episode. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wftsbookclub/support


31 May 2019

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Love & Hip Hop: New York - Season 9 Premiere with Special Guest Mona Scott-Young


LHHNY S9. Ep. 1 | Love & Hip Hop: New York is back and so are some familiar faces. After a four-year hiatus, former stars Joe Budden and Cyn Santana, have returned to take their place on the throne. Juelz Santana is facing an impending prison sentence and Kimbella is preparing for the potential fallout. On this special episode of The Tea, our hosts are joined by Executive Producer Mona Scott-Young to discuss all things Love & Hip Hop. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


27 Nov 2018

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Boss Moves Brought To You By Mona Scott-Young

Yes, Girl!

Multi-millionaire reality TV boss Mona Scott-Young (@monascottyoung) has been quietly building her Monami Entertainment empire for over 20 years and she has a mile-long list of receipts to prove it. The talent manager and Love and Hip Hop creator comes through to share her recipe for ongoing success, her personal mantras, the tea on her forthcoming new fiction book, Blurred Lines, and her praise for our girl Cardi B! Grab your mugs, loves, because this tea is hot like fire! Plus, Charli and Yolanda weigh in on the Drake vs. Pusha T rap beef, Roseanne (bye, Felicia!) Barr’s racist rants and DMing gone wrong.Yes, Girl! hosts: Cori Murray @corimurray; Charli Penn @ManWifeDog; and Yolanda Sangweni @yolizamaProducer: Steven Psyllos @stevenpsyllosAudio engineer: Chiquita Pascal @ChiquitaPaschalMusic: Gold Standard Creative @gscdotnyc


31 May 2018

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165: Mona Scott-Young

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz

MONA SCOTT-YOUNG is a successful talent manager, television producer, publisher, TV host and CEO and Founder of multi-media entertainment company Monami Entertainment, home to Grammy Award-winning artist Missy Elliott, publishing imprint Monami Books and VH1’s most popular docu-franchise "Love & Hip Hop". Scott-Young is executive producer of "Love & Hip Hop" and the highly rated spin offs "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta", and "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood", the latest addition to the successful franchise. Scott-Young has also executive produced the related series, "Chrissy & Mr. Jones" and "K. Michelle: My Life", as well as numerous reunion shows and specials for VH1 where she also served as on-camera host and narrator. Monami recently announced the pickup of two new series, "Money Power Respect" (WEtv) and "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta spinoff", "Stevie & Joseline Take LA" (VH1). Scott-Young’s additional credits include consulting executive producer for VH1’s Amber Rose talk show and executive producer for VH1’s "Hip Hop Honors" and "Love & Hip Hop After Party Live" in addition to "Cocaine: History Between The Lines", "This is Hot 97", "The Gossip Game" and "The New Atlanta". Scott-Young’s business and philanthropic achievements have garnered recognition from a variety of organizations and publications. In 2015 alone, Scott-Young was recognized in the 2015 and 2016 Realscreen Global 100, The Hollywood Reporter’s Reality Power List, Variety’s Reality Television Impact Report, Billboard’s TV’s Top Music Power Players and MultiChannel News named her VH1’s Reality Superstar. Scott-Young was also honored at the 2015 Toast to Urban Entertainment Executives event and was named one of the Top 40 Music Industry Social Media Influencers of 2015 by Synchblog. Scott-Young’s previous accolades include being honored with awards from the National Association of Black Female Executives in Music Entertainment, ASCAP’s “Woman Behind the Music” Award, “Marketer of the Year” by Ad Age, and she was recognized by the National Congress and Convention of Haitian-Americans for her philanthropic work. Essence magazine also named her a “21st Century Renaissance Sister.”  When not in the office, Scott-Young is enjoying time with her family and serving on the board of The Haitian Roundtable, The RSQ Foundation and The GrassROOTS Community Foundation.

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19 Sep 2016