#1 Hip Hop Media Outlet in the Carolinas presents A Lady Named Pearl. You’ve seen her music videos/interviews on Carolina Exposed TV|Empowered Women TV.
A LADY NAMED PEARL
Linda Pearl Fils-Aime, also known as A Lady Named Pearl, is a model, artist and professor.
Pearl was born and raised in Miami, FL to parents that migrated from Haiti to the United States. An entertainment force in rap and electropop music, Pearl is taking the industry by storm. With a strong background in education and fashion, Pearl creates a unique brand blending empowering lyrics with beauty and style.
She’s won acclaim in the industry, touring with and opening for various platinum selling artists. Pearl has also appeared in national publications including JET and Ebony Magazines. She toured more than 220 cities with Ebony Fashion Fair as a runway model with proceeds benefiting underprivileged children’s educational goals.
After touring as a model, Pearl pursued her Master’s of Business Administration from Clark Atlanta University, and went on to work as a real estate analyst for Wal-Mart corporation in Bentonville, AR.
In 2009, Pearl’s love for music led her to leave her corporate position and start her indie label, A Lady Named Pearl, LLC. In that same year, Pearl released her debut mixtape, “American Dreamin,” to glowing reviews.
In October 2010, Pearl released her first single, “Unstoppable” and music video, which has been named a top ten video by Defend Haiti. In February 2011, Pearl released her second single “Jungle Love.” Moreover, she recently released her third single “Dominate.” Pearl performed at the Winter Music Conference 2011 and the Miami Reggae Festival 2011.
Pearl plans to release her debut EP album “Continue” in 2012.
Some of Pearl’s influences include Bjork, Grace Jones, Lauryn Hill and Emeline Michel.
Pearl currently serves as an adjunct professor at Clark Atlanta University’s School of Business.
Visit her site at http://aladynamedpearl.com
Dominate music video by A Lady Named Pearl. Directed by Linda Pearl. Music produced by Dan Scoggins. Lyrics written by Linda Pearl. Cinematography by Roni Nicole, edited by Vek Neal and Linda Pearl. Body paint artwork by Vek Neal. Trainer Edward Taylor Jr and dancers Sheila Bastien and Djenane Louissant.