Who is Mona Scott? The entertainment worlds knows her as Mona Scott-Young , she is the owner of Monami Entertainment, as well as a former co-owner and president of Violator Management.
Mona has professionally represented, Missy Elliott, 50 Cent and Busta Rhymes. As the former President and Co-founder of Violator Management, Scott has also professionally managed LL Cool J and Fantasia.
Scott’s business and philanthropic achievements have garnered
recognition from a variety of business organizations and media outlets,
including Vibe Magazine and The Hollywood Reporter.
|Scott and her husband Shawn|
Mona is the proud mother of a son and a daughter, and happily
married to her husband Shawn.
She has been honored several times with awards from The National Association of Black Female Executives in Music Entertainment, Ad Age, and The National Congress and Convention of Haitian Americans.
After 18 years of partnership, Scott ultimately went on to create Monami Entertainment,
a multifaceted entertainment conglomerate that encompasses an exclusive
management division (Monami Management), a film and television entity
(Monami Productions), an animation house (Vibrant Films), and a digital
platform (The Rocbox). The company has also partnered with Friederici(the former parent company of John Frieda Hair Products), to develop and market a line of beauty and skin care cosmetics.
|Scott with the stars of Love & Hip Hop|
On February 2, 2012, It was announced that Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta would be the first spin off of the series and that there will be a season 3 of the original show. Love & Hip Hop is a reality television series that premiered on the VH1 cable television network on March 14, 2011.
It was created by Jim Ackerman and executive produced by Stefan Springman, Toby Barraud, Kenny Hull, and Mona Scott.
The company has recently been joined by rapper Jim Jones. Their roster also includes BET Host Toccara, as well as video and film director Dale “Rage” Restighini.