Missing Link Music is happy to announce the signing of Tenisha Dyanne Younger to it’s worldwide administration roster
Tenisha Younger is an author, songwriter, artist manager and former educator. Tenisha’s life is filled with adventure, bubbles and the utmost of fun. She was born in the United States, but is part Irish, Canadian, English and African-American. She acknowledges that diversity allows one to discover endless possibilities. Being the oldest of 8 children allowed her to “transcend into a beautiful butterfly.”
Early on, the age of 3, Tenisha’s grandmother, Ora, taught her how to read and write. This inspiring lady is of priceless virtue, class and grace, and Tenisha is grateful to have had her in her upbringing.
Tenisha recently became the Owner/CEO and Coach of the first JR NBA All Girls Team in Jackson, MS. receiving her official NBA Coaching license for The Mississippi Wildflowers. The name is derived from weeds into seasonal beautiful plants that develop and evolve. The organization is sponsored by the NBA/WNBA and is called Her Time To Play. Tenisha is humbly honored to do this project and make history. As Jackson has never had a professional league. In addition to this hard work, with a team of musical producers Tenisha composed their own JR NBA theme song for the league.
In Tenisha’s total existence, the word “can’t” must exist. Having an English Literature degree, she aspires to inspire. Writing is the embodiment of words to heal the world. Some of her work consists of numerous projects for Warner Brothers, Atlantic Records, Interscope and Warner Nashville. She also took a classical music class from Yale University to round out her education. Ultimately, her literary and legal experience is very expansive in many ways.
Tenisha says, “dreams can truly become a reality, if you never give up. Acquiring knowledge is free and powerful. I am honored to be apart of the Missing Link family. Our joint venture will be historic.”
Check out the new album TREMAINE by Tre Songz:
Tenisha has a co-write on the track “Games We Play“