'Tonight we're making history,' said Don Diva Magazine CEO Kevin Chiles, 'I am proud of how far Don Diva has come, and I'm excited about where we're going.'
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 13, 2010
Two things that Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and Don Diva's Kevin Chiles have in common is that they are both ingrained in the heart of Harlem's hip-hop and street culture. Over the last decade both phenomenas have helped to shape urban culture for both music and publishing. This is why it was only fitting that last week in New York City, both forces joined to celebrate Don Diva Magazine's 10th Anniversary celebration and P. Diddy's return to New York City amid his hectic promotion schedule for his group Dirty Money's upcoming album "Last Train to Paris."
Sponsored by P. Diddy's popular vodka Ciroc, the exclusive 10th Anniversary Celebration was a spectacular black-tie affair that took place at the grand event hall The Cathedral of 504 41st St. in New York City. The décor was the epitome of luxury and decadence with a touch of Harlem swag. VIP guests were met with a 10-foot plush red carpet rolled out in front of the venue, and just inside the entrance doors sat a dazzling ice sculpture embedded with the "Don Diva Magazine" logo. Over 300 bottles of champagne were popped and just as many bottles of Ciroc were opened as the beautiful 'Ciroc Girls' worked their way through the crowd with bottle after bottle. The feeling of celebration was in the air as the 1000+ crowd danced the night away and enjoyed the lavish atmosphere. "Tonight we're making history," said Don Diva Magazine CEO Kevin Chiles, "I am proud of how far Don Diva has come, and I'm excited about where we're going."
The pinnacle of the night came as soon as Diddy made his way through the crowd towards the stage draped in a black mink coat and trendy shades; true Diddy style. "I don't get to get home enough, so this means a lot to me," Diddy told the cheering crowd during his speech. "Kevin Chiles, I love you, Don Diva I love you, Harlem I love you!" The night was a truly momentous occasion as two Harlem legends, Kevin Chiles and P. Diddy shared the stage and reveled in their success as two prosperous Black men who continue to lead their empires and promote positive examples for the youth of today.
Don Diva Magazine will continue with their commitment to real and raw journalism with Issue # 43 being released on newsstands on Monday, December 13th. The issue features an in-depth article on famed film director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, Brooklyn's Finest), and the true story of major hustler and also Moorish Grand Sheikh Jerry Lewis Bey. To order the latest issue log on to http://www.dondivamag.com.
Here's to another decade of success for Don Diva Magazine!
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