Stories about women making a name for themselves in an industry as male dominated as the sphere of hip-hop and R&B are both heartening and inspiring. Mone Symone is one such inspiration who is quickly becoming very famous, very fast. Those who know her well often rhetorically ask: “Is there anything Mone Symone can’t do?” – and for good reason too! She is not only a singer and a songwriter, but also a very vocal civil rights activist, a rapper, a dancer, a community organizer, a businesswoman, and an investor. Mone Symone was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, where she had a troublesome childhood growing up in a disenfranchised community. Tired of the cards she was handed by life, she decided to pursue music – things took an unexpected turn, however, when she got pregnant with a baby girl. For Mone Symone, it became a question of choosing between her passion for music or her daughter – she chose her little girl. After raising her with the help of her mother, Mone Symone went to Atlanta, Georgia, to pursue her passion for music.
Despite the odds, Mone Symone successfully managed to release her new R&B single titled ‘Need Somebody’ and dropped a mixtape in collaboration with hip-hop celebrity star Tina. What makes her music unique is the fact that she pours her heart and soul into every beat and lyric. Her daughter, instead of becoming a barrier between Mone Symone and her dreams, became her biggest inspiration and she strives to be an example for women of all ages to believe in the fact that hard work and determination does indeed pay off.
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Mone Symone is a glimmer of hope and inspiration for female artists of all ages looking to make a name for themselves in a male dominated field. She gathered strength from every challenge life threw at her and wants to make a difference with her music by opening a foster home for orphaned children, using her platform and position to leave behind a better world.