Jeff Lewis (@JeffFromHarlem) successful career thus far in media and publishing is quickly on the rise. Since the start of his career in 2009, he has become one of the most influential bloggers/pop culture commentators in New York City. If you read the blogs or spend time using social media, it’s almost impossible not to stumble upon his work.
Jeff became a star blogger producing original content and celebrity interviews for Radio One/Interactive One’s TheUrbanDaily.com/Frequency News, RayJ.com, 4EverBrandy.com, Global Grind, Hip Hop Weekly & AllHipHop.com Rumors.
His original content and celebrity interviews found their way on popular entertainment websites like NecoleBitchie, People, ThisIs50, TheYBF, MediaTakeOut, VIBE, PerezHilton, and more. He took on positions as content manager for RayJ.com & Twista.com and was a helpful force for Interactive One’s TheUrbanDaily & HelloBeautiful social media campaign.
Social Media Manager For DuBose Entertainment/Music Group launching R&B Singer Tweet’s social media campaign. Jeff was the man behind the successful #TweetTuesdays, releasing a new song from Tweet every Tuesday.
Not only did he take over the blogosphere, but also the digital radio airwaves. He’s been on the Podcast wave since 2010 creating “GOIN-IN” Radio with Mz Berry, winner of VH1’s “For The Love Of Ray J 2” as his co-host.
The highlight of the many guest interviews were Raz B speaking on B2K being molested by Chris Stoke and Marques Houston. In 2015 Jeff joined “HAVE A SEAT” as co-creator and producer interviewing some of the blogs most talked about celebrities.
The podcast went viral with hot topic episodes where Tank told Kanye West to “HAVE A SEAT” in the golden chair for always posting his wife Kim Kardashian with no clothes on. Perez Hilton, People Magazine, and more posted the story.
He has been the driving force behind the social media and branding for Ceaser and his Black Ink Tattoo Empire for six years.
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