Known for her excuse-free, self-rewarding work ethic, the founder, and CEO of 3K9 Productions is mastering the art of maintaining a successful career as an Award-Winning Music Producer, Independent Artist, Actress, Author and Entrepreneur.
As a native of the Southside (Roseland area) of Chicago, Aina Brei’Yon personifies strength. Since her conception, she has made it very clear that boundaries do not apply to her. Early on in her career, she understood the importance of being true to who she is and embracing idealism. Her reality is defined by her beliefs; a message that transcends through her music and all of her creative endeavors. As the second to youngest of 10 children, self-expression and showing any type of emotion was simply non-existent in their family. She says, “I found an outlet with music at the young age of nine. Writing was the only way I knew how to express myself.”
As a creator of experiences, Aina’s talent of using her music and visuals to tell her stories has presented her with several opportunities to open up for acts such as J.Holiday, Talib Kweli, Soulja Boy, Keith Murray, Crucial Conflict, Sammie, and B2K. In the last two years, Aina finds herself sharing the stage with Miguel, HER, Rapsody and a plethora of headliners, opening up shows such as One Music Festival and headlining stages during A3C, SXSW and Long Beach Pride. Her audience consists of multi-generational like-minded male and female individuals who find themselves embracing the energy of Aina Brei’Yon. Her continued focus on sharing her talents with the world has allowed her to speak on panels hosted by TuneCore, Google and entertainment focused brands. She’s represented brands such as the AT&T Dream in Black campaign during the REVOLT Hip Hop Summit in 2019.
“I am a creator. I don’t rap. I don’t sing. I create and raise vibrations. When the world sees you one way, they believe that’s the only way you should be. I can’t be boxed in. God did not put my gift in a box with a pretty little bow on it. When I create, I create from whatever I’m feeling at the moment. No rules. No limitations. No image to protect. That’s the only true form of freedom... The freedom to stand in your truth,” says Aina Brei’Yon.
With more than two decades of entertainment experience under her belt, the passion for her craft heavily manifests through her professional resume and displays an extreme dedication to her limitless talents. From writing and performing her profound lyrics to landing relevant roles and appearances in several screenplays and web-series, to self-publishing her very own recipe book, the sequence of Aina Brei’Yon’s career-related events has made her one of the most well-known and self-taught featured independent artists of today.
Jordan Love was born in Miami, Florida, and spent his earliest years in Charleston, South Carolina before settling down in Atlanta, Georgia.
As a young actor, model, and entrepreneur, Jordan is already being recognized for his talents; including three awards for his entrepreneurial endeavors, while also excelling in his academic studies. During rehearsal, for his first school play, Jordan realized that acting was something he wanted to pursue. From enjoying the process of memorizing his lines, to impressing the audience with his charismatic and bubbly personality, Jordan is passionate when it comes to his craft.
Growing up with Haitian roots, Jordan has been heavily influenced by his mother, whom is also a successful entrepreneur in the entertainment realm. In the recent past, the rising young star, Jordan Love, has been featured on TV One’s Sister Circle, Voyage ATL, and, The Shade Room. As Jordan continues to develop his skills, one of his main role models is Jaden Smith, a multi-talented entrepreneur like himself.
When Jordan is not studying or preparing for his next endeavor, he’s drawing anime and setting goals for his bright future.
Canecia "NeeBaby" Boyd
Canecia “NeeBaby” Boyd born the youngest of five siblings in Nuemberg, Germany is a Stand-Up Comedian with six years of industry experience.
It wasn’t until she opened up to the world of TikTok that “NeeBaby” became a household name. With over 540K+ supporters and 10M+ likes, her raw and relatable skits, characters and stories brightens the days of everyone who comes across them.
Currently residing in Baltimore, “NeeBaby” keeps it real about her battle with addiction, bipolar disorder and breast cancer.
Her ability to be vulnerable in her Comedy is the exact reason that “Nee Baby” is the person to watch for
Celebrity Attorney, Founder & Owner of Crespo Law Office, P.C., Marissa Crespo.
Marissa is an entertainment and intellectual property attorney who focuses on copyright and trademark brand protection for content creators in the film, television, literary, fashion, and music industries.
In the entertainment industry, Marissa has been involved in deals for television shows on major networks such as NBC, VH1, Bravo, and WE tv, including such shows as Love and Hip-Hop and the Real Housewives franchises, and has negotiated development deals for scripted and unscripted television shows and films. She has negotiated brand sponsorship and IP licensing deals on behalf of writers, new media adult and kid influencers, and has successfully drafted and negotiated film deals for directors, writers, actors, and production companies as production legal counsel on films that have been premiered at Tribeca and Sundance.
In the world of music, she has negotiated recording contracts, featured side artist agreements, and has strategically advised on publishing and general copyright matters on behalf of Grammy-Award winning recording artists and songwriters. She is also skilled in negotiating music synchronization deals on behalf of independent songwriters and for film production companies.
Noted as the self-proclaimed "Legal Brand Archivist™," she creatively crafts and curates intellectual property works from a legal perspective to help protect the cultural narrative and voices of her clients.
A frequent writer and panelist on entertainment related issues, Ms. Crespo has been published by Thomson Reuters, and in leading entertainment trade journals such as Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts and the New York Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal, and is currently a freelance writer for Screencraft.