TRENDING: WAJ MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2021 FEATURING KIA, STORY BY AMY LOTHIAN
WE ARE JERSEY MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2021
SEPTEMBER 15, 2021
As we celebrate 7 Years of WAJ Magazine, we would like to thank each and every supporter, big or small, you help us make a difference in the community and impact lives. With your support we have been able to expand in more ways than we can imagine and it's all because of you!
Our September 2021 Issue is Out Now Featuring East Orange native Tenaja David also known as Kia. From dancing, to graphic design and photography, she has been a staple in the community and culture for quite some time and isn't letting up any time soon. Make sure you check out the exclusive article on her story.
Inside you can catch India Rose, Hidden Gems Literary Emporium, SOS OG, R. Sen The Poet, and Sade Sanchez. Also we highlight Sean Cos Mason, and continue to push his powerful message forward in his memory.
What People Are Saying
"We had the pleasure of having Banks, DJ for the Essex County Police Academy 21-1 graduating class. From Start to finish the experience was exceptional. His initial response to booking a date and sending over a contract was speedy considering we only had a month till event. At-least once a week Banks reached out to our coordinator to go over event details, music selection (preferences) and to be updated on any changes that might have occurred. The day of the event DJ Banks was able to find venue and set up his equipment well before start time. The party began and his energy was already unmatched. His music transitions was smooth going from party songs to down tempo music once dinner was served and right back to a nice blend of party songs. It allowed everyone to feel included as well as the genres of music was very diverse. Once DJ banks came onto the dance floor to direct the Cupid shuffle we knew for a FACT we choose a great DJ. From his energy and professionalism DJ banks went above and beyond what was expected and will be referred to be considered for upcoming graduation celebrations.Thank You From All of Us Here,"
--Essex County Police Academy Newark Police Division 21-1,