Southern New Jersey LGBTQA Pride

In 2013 Jon Kemp started his own Independent HipHop/Rap Record Label "Blazin' Hot Entertainment, LLC", lining up a roster of recording artists. His #1 buzz singles "Turn Up", "Let's Get It (feat. Insane P)" and official debut single "Look How We Do It" are slaying HipHop music fans everywhere. Jon has been #1 on the ReverbNation Rap Chart several times. You can check out his full biography here at  and his music here. Listen to "Let's Get it" Now:

Dionne Halsey, a native of Baltimore, MD began her career as a songwriter in 2001. With hard work and dedication, Dionne's desire to learn more about the music business led her to become an intern for Un World Records. At UWR, DH became an Executive, developing and overseeing marketing and promotional duties. She also began careers in journalism, radio and hosting. As Un World Records transitioned to Un World Entertainment, Dionne decided to further her brand as a songwriter and teamed up with Priceless Music. Once again, success came easy. DH teamed up with Kristin Price and Eric Arceneaux to land a top 100 song on YouTube in 2010. DH also developed into a backup vocalist and furthered her career as a solo performing artist with Priceless Music.

Though DH was experiencing a tremendous amount of success, her personal life began to affect her career. Dionne suffered from depression. She had been diagnosed after a suicide attempt at the age of 18. As her mental health declined, so did her creativity. After many years of battling depression and an inconsistent career, DH embarked upon a life changing journey. On this spiritual journey she learned the importance of self-love and self-care. Dedicated to spreading that message, DH committed to being an artist full time, became a motivational speaker and a self-care advocate.

Co-founder of Heal Baltimore and Creativity and Conscious Sippin, Dionne currently co-creates events that bring people together to support art and to give back to their communities. DH also hosts a popular variety show in Baltimore called #ThursdayNightRealness and facilitates workshops that focus on mental health and self-care. She also uses her platform to give back, inspire and motivate others to follow their dreams.

​To keep in touch on social media, just plug in #TheDHExperience. 

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Southern New Jersey LGBTQ Pride - > New Jersey LGBT Support

​​Pride  in the Park    |    Sunday, September 10 , 2017

 12-6pm @ Cooper River Park, Cherry Hill, NJ

Making a difference, One story at a time...

Sponsored by Cox Consultant & Management Firm and Comcast:  South Jersey LGBTQA Pride is presenting the Bully Free Zone campaign as a part of this year’s international pride theme, Color our World with Pride.  The purpose of this effort is to shed light on various community LGBTQA members who have been bullied and willing to share their stories, encouraging and educating their peers how to overcome and help stop bullying. Our 2016 campaign will begin on September 1st through December 31st and will include, but not limited to:

  • Bully Free Zone ​posters of young adults belonging to the South Jersey community and local organizations
  • Exclusive newsletters and social medial sharing stories about bullying and how they overcame it
  • ​Video footage of young adults 
  • Awareness and prevention brochure distribution
  • Fundraising and community events 
  • Area schools and community/religious organizations also promote this campaign externally and internally


Jon Kemp and I'm a gay HipHop-Rap Independent Recording Artist

  • Let's Get It (Radio Edit) [feat. Insane P]2:38

with Dionne "D.H. DaHitwryter" Halsey

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