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Tasha Cobbs Leonard

via FirstLadyB:

TASHA COBBS LEONARD TALKS MARRIAGE, BEING A WOMAN IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY, AND HER MUSICAL JOURNEY IN THE LATEST ISSUE OF WOE (WOMEN OWN EXCELLENCE) MAGAZINE.

From WOE:

WM: You and your husband work and travel together. How do you balance being a wife and an artist?

TCL: It is my greatest joy to serve with and to serve my husband! He brings Peace! Lol Balancing the two roles are always a matter of being attentive to one another’s needs.

WM: Black women are constantly striving to fit into a “Perfect Image” painted by society from weight to hair textures, body adjustments and even changing skin tones. Tell us some of the challenges you faced in the industry to maintain a certain image.

TCL: I’ve honestly not experienced very many challenges in the industry as it pertains to image.  (Well, not that I know of lol). I do agree that having a “perfect image” is a pressure that we all face.  It isn’t always easy being a “fluffy” girl in this world, but I’ve found a confidence in my beauty that no man has the ability to take away.

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TASHA COBBS LEONARD COVERS THE MARCH 2019 ISSUE OF WOE MAGAZINE  was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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