Friday, April 27, 2018

Check out our online feature with Classy Living Society!

Capo Bella Inc. has been recognized with the Classy Living Society Community for our network as an organization!! Thank you to the CLS team for recognizing us and our platform!

View the full article below!

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

#Projectprom Success!

Capo Bella Inc. and Essence of Beauty Mentorship program would like to thank ALL of the volunteers and individuals who donated for #Projectprom!

 It was a huge success and we couldn't have done it without the help of our community. The mission was to provide prom dresses, formal gowns, and evening gowns to our high school mentees in DeKalb County who needed some assistance getting glammed for the big day! We achieved more than the bare minimum and we are still taking donations for all interested in donating until April 7th! Donations will be accepted at the Family Life Center in Decatur, GA. (3300 Memorial Drive). 

There will also be a raffle coordinated by Essence of Beauty Mentorship Program Director Ebony Hammond where we will be raffling names for a FULL makeover on prom day! (makeup, hair, etc)

For more information about #Projectprom please feel free to contact

#Womanoftheweek - Joy Black

Meet Joy Black!

Violinist, Music Producer, Actress, Motivational Speaker, & Anti-Bullying Activist!

Bullying survivor of 10 years, Joy Black (age 20) raises awareness on the tormenting act of bullying by speaking on her past experiences of verbal, physical, and cyber bullying. She has also come up with a very creative, yet inspirational way to raise bullying awareness in a new way. By combining her music and motivational voice-overs to speak on bullying and motivation for success, she has helped those in need of advise and encouragement. Overtime, Joy Black has gained over 50,000+ Instagram supporters from all over the world.
Joy Black's horrible bullying experience started from 2nd grade till her Senior year in high school. During her time in elementary school, she was constantly pushed around and picked on. She was a shy child growing up, so she didn't have the courage to speak up to inform an adult. By the time she started middle school the verbal bulling continued, but the physical abuse it got even worse, with girls jumping her in the bathrooms and school lockers for no apparent reason! When she developed a little courage to speak up, she spoke on the verbal abuse to the teachers and administrations, but not the physical abuse. Since there were so many students picking on her, she couldn't tell on them all. Every time she informed a teacher or administrator they would make it as if she was “crying wolf”. With no one to turn to she developed anxiety and depression, which then lead to suicidal thoughts. Joy Black was going to give up on life, till one night she had a dream of herself playing violin in front of hundreds and thousands of people. This dream gave her hope to keep moving forward in life.
On to Joy Black's Freshman year in High School, she decided chase that dream and took violin lessons and eventually fell in love with the violin. Playing and practicing the violin distracted her from her being bullied through the remainder of her school years, and orchestra class was the only class she looked forward to, to continue going to school. Joy Black describes her graduation day in year 2015 as the best day of her life, because she didn't have to worry about running into her bullies. Joy Black then thought of all the kids and teens that are currently going through bullying and decided to create as much awareness to bullying as possible, by dedicating her musical talent and words of inspiration to save and bring confidence to as many lives as possible.
As soon as Joy Black graduated, she began her career as a solo violinist playing classical, EDM, country, gospel and other genres of music to build a platform where she could have a voice. Joy Black has performed for events big and small, including organizations and charities to help raise awareness for other situations by providing entertainment. Joy Black also built her platform by posting videos of herself playing violin on social media. By the time Joy Black reached over 10,000 Instagram followers (Instagram @blacksworld), she began to speak on her bullying story and received lots of support on social media. Joy Black then thought of a new and more effective way to raise bullying awareness, by creating motivational speaking voice-overs with her music to make her messages even more powerful! Joy Black has gained an Instagram following with over 50,000 Instagram fans from all over the world! She receives hundreds of messages weekly from teens asking her for advice and from adults thanking her for being such a good example to the younger generation. Joy Black has been seen on Americas Got Talent season 11 commercials (on NBC), Star (on FOX), Best Of Enemies (movie coming soon), and more!

To keep up with Joy Black and her MANY shows, events, & her music production releases follow her on IG @blacksworld or visit