Kwon Yin Khronicles

by Nov 4, 2021

Kwon Yin is the only female Buddha. Legend has it that Kwon Yin heard the cries of the people and sacrificed spending eternity in paradise so that she could bring comfort to the suffering. Through our blog, Heaven’s Girl Entertainment is here to tell the stories of the women in Hip-Hop who have in various ways, sacrificed their own successes to support the people around them. These women are in the background of an industry that thrives off fame and attention. Many of the stories we tell have never been told. The names may not always ring bells, but the work they have put in has made noise and allowed the culture to grow into a global movement and changing the lives of millions across the world! 



Heaven’s Girl celebrates Hip-Hop History Month . . . honoring the Women in Hip-Hop who laid the foundation for the culture.

The History of Women in Hip-Hop

Jameelah Yasmeen is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Heaven’s Girl Entertainment.

Jameelah started Heaven’s Girl Entertainment to blend her many passions of education, music, television production and journalism. Jameelah is a born leader and is a passionate advocate for women and children working with organizations such as MOBB United and Sisters Building Dreams.

Jameelah has always had a love of music and entertainment. In high school, Jameelah was the editor of the school newspaper where she published several articles for the Springfield Eagle. As a teenager she and her cousins formed a local singing group and performed multiple shows in her neighborhood.

Jameelah’s love of music and writing lead her to purse a Bachelorette Degree in Media and Communications from State University of New York at Old Westbury.

Jameelah’s thesis for her Master’s from NYU was titled Around The Way Pre-school and focused on using media to teach pre-school curriculums through Hip-Hop culture.