Meet Dae Fenwick, the owner and creator of the music card game Kulture Karaoke releasing in Target stores across the country on Nov. 8, 2021.
Created by a Detroit native, 80’s baby, and HBCU graduate (Clark Atlanta University and Texas Southern University), Denwick came up with the idea on her birthday in 2020 after inviting friends and family to celebrate her big day at a local karaoke lounge in Atlanta.
The licensed attorney decided to spice things up by having everyone pull a card and select a song to sing based on categories like “a song that reminds you of middle school.”
After seeing how much her friends and family loved it, the idea for Kulture Karaoke was born!
“I can honestly say, I never saw myself launching a product, especially while still maintaining a very active law practice,” Denwick told BLACK ENTERPRISE. “I love practicing law, it is truly my passion. It just so happens that music, culture and bringing people together is also a passion for me.”
“By creating Kulture Karaoke, I am able to tap into my creative side, while practicing law is more of my analytical side. Though I do not get much sleep, I am happy to have the balance,” she added.
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SOURCE: Black Enterprise, Jeroslyn Johnson