Boyz-II-Men Talk Longevity After 25 Years in Show Business

On this edition of Our World with Black Enterprise, we sit down with Boyz-II-Men group to talk about longevity in the R&B arena. After nearly 25 years in the industry, Nathan Morris, Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman remain one of the most iconic groups in the music history. Then we, we sit down with L.C.Johnson, Founding Editor of Colored Girl Confidential, and Angela Pitter, Founder of LiveWire Collaborative, to talk about how social media can help brand your business for greater growth. They share their thoughts with our correspondent Patricia Cesaire. From there, we talk to Vernice "FlyGirl" Armour, the first african american combat pilot who shows how lessons learned in the battle field help make her successful as an entrepreneur. And finally, we profile a different side to Hip Hop Rap star, Fat Joe, who is helping his young people in his community grow up to be financially successful.