It’s no secret that hip-hop culture is making waves across industries. From brands such as Burger King, using the Drake-Meek Mill feud as a marketing tool to reach customers. To Students and teachers performing the 'whip' and 'nae nae' during high school graduations. Even Michele Obama released a hip-hop video to encourage kids to go to college.
So step up Adrian Grant and Patrice Drew, who capitalised on this and created SENNA, an app for videos, memes, music, and conversations about hip-hop and urban culture. The SENNA app also features unique real-time segments, such as SENNA Live; a one-on-one real-time conversation with influencers, creatives, and professionals in the community, such as Carlos King, TV producer of Real Housewives of Atlanta and Love and Hip Hop Atlanta; Numa Perrier, Co-founder of Black & Sexy TV; and Rob Hill SR, an author, and motivational speaker.
SENNA is available on app store. http://apple.co/2d5B4Eh