In this month’s issue of Pump It Up Magazine, we are proud to celebrate not only the incredible journey of Carter Kaya, the visionary leader of the French musical empire Delit Music France, but also the contributions of black artists, writers, and performers in honor of Black History Month.
From his humble beginnings in war-torn Congo to his rise as a highly-respected and sought-after music executive, Carter’s journey is a testament to the power of perseverance, talent, and determination.
We delve into his story, exploring how he navigated the challenges and obstacles he faced along the way, and discover what sets Delit Music France apart from other musical empires.
Alongside Carter’s story, this issue of Pump It Up Magazine also offers a range of diverse and thought-provoking articles. For those looking to improve their fitness and relationships, we explore the benefits of couple’s workouts.
And for those navigating the ups and downs of being single on Valentine’s Day, we delve into the journey of self-discovery and the importance of knowing oneself.
In addition, we shine a spotlight on classic love stories in movies and celebrate the season of love by exploring the history and evolution of soul food, a rich culinary tradition with roots in African American culture.
We also bring awareness to important humanitarian issues, such as supporting the victims of the recent Syria-Turkey earthquake. So whether you’re a music lover, fitness enthusiast, or simply someone looking to broaden your horizons, this issue of Pump It Up Magazine has something for everyone.
As we celebrate Black History Month and Valentine’s Day, we hope to inspire, educate, and entertain our readers, and to continue to promote diversity, inclusiveness, and awareness.
Anissa & Michael B. Sutton