Mojisola Edu, also known as Lush, is an individual with a vision, the voice of the people, a disabled US Army Veteran, and a force to be reckoned with. With 18 years in the entertainment and media industry, she is an award-winning internet Radio Personality. Lush is the go-to person for contracts, Public Relations (PR), and anything dealing with branding. She is a PR specialist, Artist Manager, Multi-media specialist, celebrity photographer, videographer, and consultant. She has interacted with and interviewed various celebrities including NFL players, artists, and actors.
Born in OYO State Nigeria and raised in Queens, NY, Lush is passionate about many projects in a traditionally male dominated industry. At the age of 27, she founded her very own online radio station entitled LUSH RADIO ONLINE.
Inspired to provide an outlet for women of today, Lush created the STREET QUEENZ THE MOVEMENT (THE SISTAHOOD) panel to appear on the show which consists of five additional ladies who are all established in the industry in various ways. The show covers serious topics such as politics, self-esteem, diseases, sex, the economy, and is a place where panelists support each other’s ambitions.
Also, as the CEO for Diverse Media Group, LLC, a multimedia marketing and consulting company, Lush continues her promotional ventures by hosting mix-tapes, parties, and events as well as interviewing aspiring and established artists on her weekly radio show. She is also a motivational speaker. She has spoken in the school system as a teacher and mentor. She has spoken in churches in the PG County area. She spoke at the women in the industry “relationship panel” on how to balance family and the industry.
Lush continues to change the world one day at a time by the double E method (Educating and Entertaining). Lush is the Winner of 2014 Social media / Radio personality award at The Female hip hop honors in LA and she also received an award and recognition from Black WallStreet. She received recognition from the Attorney General of Maryland for her work with the community in 2014. In 2016 she received another Black Wall street award for her continued work in the media community. She was presented with the Beacon of Light award by the CEO of Women veterans interactive Ginger Miller, (White House Champion of Change) for all her hard work and dedication to giving back and supporting women veterans.