S1: E10 – As legal issues loom, Kenya struggles to figure out how she’s going to deal with the problems piling up, like Lucas’ secret involvement with another music group, and Tk’s new manager, who has unrealistic goals for what can be accomplished with her fledgling company. While dealing with all this, she unconsciously pushes Derek away, but when he actually starts treating her like a friend, she realizes that she needs to make some changes. Meanwhile, Ty finds herself with a guy from her past who thinks that she’s someone else, and J goes out with a cop who has some serious mental problems.
S1: E9 – After uncovering her reason for not being able to move forward in their relationship, Kenya and Derek agree to just be friends, although neither quite understands what this means. He meets her girlfriends, but apparently, he already knows one of them. J and Ty both try to define what friendship means when it comes to the opposite sex, while Kenya helps Tk and Lucas deal with friends online and those in real life. And a powerful music exec wants to connect with Kenya, which may come in hand after she gets news that her business may be in jeopardy.
S1: E8 – At Tk’s needle drop party for his upcoming album, a unique painting by a local artist forces a distracted Kenya to interpret the relationships with friends that have imprinted on her life. Told using a unique flashback-sequential style, she remembers all the moments that her friends have impacted the direction of her life, leading to her eventual moment with Derek that will force her to reevaluate who she is and who she wants to be moving forward.
“WHEN I GROW UP”
S1: E7 – Things heat up between Kenya and Derek, but quickly turn cold when she is forced to reveal a secret she’s been keeping from him. During a conversation with J and Ty, the girls realize that they’ve yet to become the women they ought to be by now. So they take action: J thinks that homeownership is her answer, Ty finally learns to drive, and Kenya faces insecurities she thought she’d outgrown. Meanwhile, stay-home dad, Tk, is concerned about his reputation among his peers, and when Lucas refuses to go anywhere without her, Kenya realizes that his separation anxiety is much more series than she first thought.
“SINCE U BEEN GONE”
S1: E6 – “Ex”-games takes on a whole new meaning. Kenya and Derek get closer, but when her ex-“friend” (who is a boy) from college comes to town, she has to decide whether to go backward or forward. Ty likes Soloman but her ex-husband is still on her mind. And J dates a pro skateboarder, who wants something that she doesn’t. Meanwhile, Tk’s not looking forward to his album coming out, and Lucas has problems balancing professionalism and love with his on again off again girlfriend.
OM&M short trailer
You read Tenth Letter (the novel). You saw the Of Music and Men short film. Now, as we prepare to produce the half-hour scripted drama/comedy series, Kayona Ebony Brown gives you the Of Music and Men novella series.
Premiering April 13, episodes of season one will release on the second Thursday each month.
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