Lashaun Turner

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Lashaun Turner
Lashaun Turner KCAA RADIO.jpg Lashaun Turner KCAA RADIO.jpg
BornJune 13, 1964
Long Beach California
🏳️ NationalityAfrican American
Lady I.M.PRE$S
💼 Occupation
Music Publicist

Red Carpet Reporter

Multimedia Content Producer

Radio & TV Host
📆 Years active  2010- Present
Cali's BEST Radio Show

KCAA 102.3FM, 2016-2020

Blaze Indie L.A T.V show Channel 36

2014-2016
🌐 Websitehttps://www.Cali.FM

Lashaun Turner (born June 13, 1964) in Long Beach California, also known as Lady I.M.PRE$S, is a music publicist, red carpet reporter, and producer and host of Cali's Best Radio Show [1] on the Nbc/Cnbc affiliate KCAA [2] Radio 102.3FM in Loma Linda California from Jan 2016 until July 2020. She also independently produced the Blaze Indie L.A Television show IMBD[3] which aired on Public Access Channel 36 in Los Angeles from 2014-2016.

History[edit]

Lashaun Turner in the KCAA Radio Studio

Turner first gained national exposure in 2010 when she made controversial comments on her radio show at that time. The Associated Press sought after the on-line radio blogger and she was interviewed for the national story of the 'Princess Boy” and gender issues.[4]

Turner founded Urban Starz Media & P.R, and over the past 10 years has represented music artists such as Natalia Damini, and the Atlanta rapper Bone Crusher and most recently Gio Washington.[5] Turner's interviews include with Rap Icon Master P’s ex wife Sonya Miller about their divorce, TPain,[6] Lil Flip, Too Short, Kurupt,[7] Dana Dane,[8] Laura and Dan Dotson form A&E’s Storage Wars, Singer Chante Moore,[9] Actor Omar Gooding Reality Tv star Dr Miami, Disney Actor Orlando Brown Television & Film Actress Antonique Smith[10] and Producer Haas G.[11]

Turner has been featured in the Hype Magazine.[12]

References[edit]

  1. "Cali's Best on KCAA". podcasts.kcaastreaming.com. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
  2. "Shows". www.la36.org. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
  3. Blaze Indie L.A (Music), Louis Castle, Lashaun Turner, Sean Anthony Turner, Ilondon Fog Studio, 2014-11-17, retrieved 2020-09-25
  4. "Seattle's 'Princess Boy,' 5, focus of gender-role debate". The Seattle Times. 2010-11-06. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
  5. P.R, URBAN STARZ MEDIA-Look Like A. Star. "URBAN STARZ MEDIA & P.R Is Now Representing International Pop Singing Sensation Natalia Damini". PRLog. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
  6. Media, Urban Starz (2015-08-22). "Exclusive Interview With @TPAIN! America's Best Dance Crew – Road To VMA's Party". Event Publicity| New Media|On The Black Carpet. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
  7. Media, Urban Starz (2014-11-18). "KURUPT DPG 2014 NAACP Theatre Awards". Event Publicity| New Media|On The Black Carpet. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
  8. Media, Urban Starz (2015-03-21). "DANA DANE @ LUENELL & FRIENDS RED CARPET CELEBRITY BIRTHDAY BASH 2015 @DanaDaneMedia". Event Publicity| New Media|On The Black Carpet. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
  9. Media, Urban Starz (2014-11-18). "R&B Diva Chante Moore 2014 NAACP Theatre Awards". Event Publicity| New Media|On The Black Carpet. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
  10. Media, Urban Starz (2014-11-18). "Antonique Smith Broadway, Film and Television Actress, Singer and Songwriter. 2014 NAACP Theatre Awards". Event Publicity| New Media|On The Black Carpet. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
  11. Cali.FM- Lashaun Turner Media-Cali's Best Radio Show on Facebook Watch, retrieved 2020-09-25
  12. "LaShaun Turner, One of the Hardest Working Women in the Biz!". www.thehypemagazine.com. Retrieved 2020-09-25.


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