Fiyah Artist Management
Fiyah Arist Managment offers a number of services necessary for developing artist to achieve success within the entertainment industry. Under the direction of Florence Walker-Harris, artists undergo a transformative process preparing them for every aspect necessary to propel their career to the next level.
FFMG is more than just a management group, it employs a wholistic approach to the entertainment industry while promoting confidence and nurturing each artists individuality. We treat our clients as the professionals we see them to be while putting our reputation on the line no matter what level of success they have currently attained.
We aim to provide a lasting and supportive experience that will keep your FIYAH LIT!
Terri Berri K
Raven Brown is a marketing and music consultant for artists, musicians, and their brands. During her career in the music industry that has spanned over 10 years, Raven has worked for major label record companies (Atlantic, Epic and Sony), self-starter indies (LittleCrow Music Consultants and FRVR Records). Her experience has been honed by building artist brands, vocal coaching, creating game-changing digital media strategies, and by initiating non-traditional, integrated marketing campaigns. In turn, she has helped to guide and advance the careers of some of the most well-known talent in the business including Jennifer Hudson, Chance The Rapper, Phil Rheno, and many others. She has also produced performances at major live events, including solo concert tours and media events such as the Fox News Entertainment, Universal Studio Florida, Six Flags Great America Looney Tunes Parade, and ETA Theatre.
In the midst of the consulting events, Raven established LittleCrow Music as a consulting and publishing company, providing marketing services and strategic advice for music artists in all aspects of their careers: from vocal preservation and longevity, product development to digital media management; online promotional content creation to sales/distribution programs; which consists of video production to public relations; from creative and visual design to regional and national touring initiatives.
Terri Woodall, who goes by Terri Berri K, is a Chicago native that is no stranger to the performing arts world. Her dance training began at age 3 at Studio One Dance Theater, now encompassing techniques ranging from Ballet, Modern (Horton/Graham) ,Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, West African, and Musical Theater. Upon graduating high school, Terri Berri continued on to attend The American Musical & Dramatic Academy in New York City & Los Angeles to study Dance Theater. This sparked Terri’s love of vocal performance emerging with her love of dance.
In 2015, she earned her Bachelor's of Fine Arts and landed her first regional theater musical, “Children of Eden” (Ensemble) in Thousand Oaks California. Since, Terri has had the opportunity to become a seasoned performer at 5star Theatricals, starring in “Sister Act The Musical” (Michelle/Ensemble), “Joseph and The Amazing Techni-Colored Dream Coat” (Ensemble), and most recently, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (Ensemble/Dance Captain). It was Terri's work in “Sister Act” that earned her a spot on the Go2 Talent Agency roster in Los Angeles, CA.
Terri Berri is not only a performer, but an artist who loves to teach and give back. It is through her art, whether in a classroom/dance studio setting or through her music that she feels she can inspire people to want to find their passion/purpose in life, and execute it with confidence, humility, and pride.
Singer, Songwriter, Actress and Philanthropist
It’s rare that anyone comes across a creative force such as sixteen year old Airin B and realize what they just witnessed. She’s a singer, songwriter, composer, and producer since the age of four. Airin’s musical gifts evokes a beautiful musical tapestry with eclectic colors and sounds so vivid that no one genre is worthy of containing….. her latest EP “FEELS” is example of her amazing talent.
Feels take you on a musical journey of Love… From the beginning of how good it FEELS to be in Love .. to Trying to Love You and realizing that sometimes Love is a One Way Street. All of these original songs were written, composed, and produced by Airin B. The EP also gives you a little blues/reggae with her cover of Baltimore by Jasmin Sullivan, and some Latin spice and Spanish with her cover of Havana by Camila Cabello.
To see her perform on stage is an experience all in itself. She’s far from your typical “ girl with a voice”… one minute she’s got you mesmerized with the pulsating beats of her song “FEELS” the next she’s popping her hip-hop moves and taking it to church on the floor!
In addition to Airin Bs musical talent, she has a passion for giving. She wants to raise funds to purchase new books for Chicago Public Schools, as she says, “one school at a time.” She plans to start a Non For Profit Organization for the purpose of buying new books.
Not many 16-year-olds can say that they released an album at 15, or shared the stage with legendary songstress Chaka Khan. Then again, Yemi Marie is a Chicago teen who is bent on proving that she is not the average teenager, not the average anything, really. The artist has performed for thousands at The Arie Crown Theater, The Black Women’s Expo, and The DuSable Museum. Her first album, 12/11/12, has been followed up by her new single “Draw the Line.” Mz. Flo has been working with Yemi Marie since April 2013. Check out Yemi’s video for the single “Saturday” choreographed by Florence Walker-Harris.
Chicago’s own Tier, is a local rising entertainer inspired by artists like bad girl Rihana, Chris Brown and many others killing the game today. She embodies her hometown Chicago swag with original music under the direction of local music producers while MzFlo guides her growth not only as an entertainer but as an artist. Her song Ryder blazes the airwaves with a catchy hook you can play at any family cookout or kickback with friends, while her music video showcases choreography by MzFlo that rides the rhythm and makes you want to join the vibe.
Tristian Arnez Whitaker Born 9-11-2000 Began Singing at age of 4. Groomed by his mom singing at his Grandfathers Church in Chicago, gave him the microphone and walked away. Tristian held down his part with great poise, confidence, and maintained his correct key. He’s a self-taught musician and plays organ/keys at his Grandparents Church. The 17 year old inspirational artist, Is now a Junior in High School at Harold L Richards and maintaining a 3.5 GPA. He is a on the men’s Bowling, Honors Performance Choir, And Captain of The Track Team. He is also a USA Track and Field Jr Olympic Finalists and has made the team three consecutive years 2016-2018. His events are;100, 200, 4x100, and 4x400, his favorite event is Long Jump, where he’s jumped a 22’8. Tristian has performed at many venues and opened for so many artists.
—Head Musician 2007-Present
—“I Am Black,” Syndicated Commercial-Presidential Election
—Joan Collaso & Timeless Gifts For the Performing Arts
—Dick Durbin, Mayor Rahm Emmanuel Prayer Breakfast
—2014 iTunes Single -The Greatest
—2014-Present Rainbow Push Coalition Broadcast Rev Jesse Jackson
—Navy Pier Festival
—Commons Aah Fest
—A Timeless Revue-Fats Waller “Your Feet’s Too Big”
—House of Blues
—Collaboration with King Of House Music, Farley JackMaster Funk
—2018 Scholarship Recipient of Gospel Music Award
—HL Richards High School Honors Performance
Many other Churches, Festivals, Venues
FLOFIYAH COMPANY ARTISTS
Izaiah Montaque Harris is a tap dancer, jazz singer, and musical theater performer who has been passionately entertaining on stage since as long as he can remember. He started tap dancing at the age of 5 at Studio One Dance Theater where he performed a total of 15 consecutive dance recitals with the company. After he turned 18, he began teaching tap at the same location he first began in. He has attended Chicago High School for the Arts with a Musical Theater focus and has worked with businesses such as After School Matters Gallery 37, Congo Square, Merit School of Music, DWMP and FloFIYAH LLC. He is now a rising senior at Columbia College of Chicago, currently working towards a BA in Contemporary, Urban and Popular Music. Even though he does indulge in many forms of creativity such as jazz singing, musicals and sketching, his first and favorite form is the art of tap dancing. Now he strives to incorporate the power of rhythm and musicality into every aspect of my life and also encourage others to express themselves just as boldly.