Keely The Boss Joins Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 7 – Details Here!

April 10, 2018
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Music industry veteran, Keely The Boss is a successful entrepreneur, and single mother who notably stands out as the latest addition to the cast of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 7. Hailing from Detroit, Motown’s musical influence has been apparent since day one. She was once neighbors with Berry Gordy, and Michael Jackson’s Bad Tour was her first concert at the age of three, so her love of music runs deep. Music is so ingrained in her life that it only makes sense that she would join Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’s seventh season.

Keely has already made a major mark on the business from behind-the-scenes. Respected as a Music Industry leader, she held several executive positions with a number of recording labels and media companies, where she executed various project management and promotion campaigns for superstars such as Rihanna, Kanye West, Mariah Carey, Rick Ross, Rocko and more. A self-styled shark for the companies and clients she’s worked with, Keely says her competitive spirit makes it unacceptable for her to lose. “I don’t take no for an answer,” she says. “I won’t back down. I don’t let up. I’m going to go in for the kill. My morals are intact, but I will do whatever is in my power to get the job done.”

Be sure to tune in every week on VH1 as Keely The Boss flips all preconceived notions upside down on Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta. Meet “The Boss!!!”

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