If you're all that and you know it, clap your hands. If you're a leader, Leader, let me hear you say… Yeah, I think I'm all that…
Memphis, TN (PRWEB) November 22, 2010
Cymphonique “All That” School Tour kicks off in Memphis, Tennessee at Hamilton Middle School continuing through Florida, Texas, Arizona, Louisiana and to California. She will be performing and speaking to thousands of students about the importance of education, dealing with peer pressure, bullying, saying NO to drugs, respecting your parents & teachers and sharing her secrets to making A’s. Teen sensation Cymphonique is the daughter of music mogul, entrepreneurial businessman and philanthropist Percy Miller also known as Master P and the little sister of the multi-talented entertainer and college student-athlete, Romeo Miller.
Cymphonique Miller says that her mission is to empower young girls and is leading by example that hard work, dedication, and commitment results in success. And with that success she generously gives back through donating her time and resources. Not only does she make good music for the fans, she is conscientious of her song lyrics and the effect of the message she sends to young people that can make a difference and change lives. Like in her song “All That” she sings “If you’re all that and you know it, clap your hands. If you’re a leader, Leader, let me hear you say… Yeah, I think I’m all that…” “Young people shouldn’t be afraid to be confident; we are the future,” stated Cymphonique.
This tour will inspire, motivate, encourage, empower and send a message that education, confidence and persistent hard work is the key. Cymphonique is an Honor Roll student who takes pride in studying hard, making good grades, and never taking anything for granted. She has a recording deal with Sony Music and a tv deal with Nickelodeon.
Following in her father’s footsteps she is already a young entrepreneur partnering with MyBff, LLC, the distributor of a cool science and educational product; launching her Byou brand, a self-esteem empowerment apparel with “The Shirts Off Your Back Give Back” campaign; and being the spokesperson for Club Tuki, an internet gaming site that teaches kids financial literacy and internet safety. Inspired at a young age to help others, she has created Fabulous Girls book series and doll collection. In addition, she is the founder of Fabulous Girls Charity which helps bring awareness to kids with cancer. Cymphonique explained, “I’m a firm believer of Trust God, love people and use your resources to follow your dreams. It’s my passion to encourage young people to be confident, believe in themselves and don’t let negative influences or haters hinder you from achieving success in reaching your goals. It doesn’t matter how old or young you are, we all have a God-given talent and can contribute to making this world a better place.”