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'Dope Africans' Takes Over Paris Fashion Week With Asake, Uncle Waffles and More

Dope Africans was launched in 2019 by MVD INC., a female-led, international creative agency with high-profile clients ranging from Netflix, Essence, and the Recording Academy to Mary J. Blige, Def Jam, and Warner Bros. Their first event welcomed entertainers including Burna Boy, Jidenna, Offset and more. 

The Trailblazing Sisters Making An Indelible Mark On The Event Production Industry

Expanded creativity at its core has been the true strategy to their success, which is made up of a fusion of who they are and what they wish to share with the world. In addition, David and Johnson approach their work from a lens of multiplicity rather than singularly focusing on planning and production.


The Pyer Moss Met Gala After-Party Featured Lil’ Kim and Cheesecake 

Inside, the spectacle unfolded in a space reimagined by MVD, a creative agency most recently tapped by Kanye West to lead his “Donda” album launch activations. It became instantly clear by the towering stacks of speakers that a musical performance would be forthcoming. In the meantime, however, Pyer Moss founder Kerby Jean-Raymond could be found leading a dance circle with pals like A$AP Ferg, Cynthia Erivo, Naomi Osaka, and Fear of God’s Jerry Lorenzo, fueled by the ample CIROC and DeLeon cocktails and sweets making their way around the room.

How I Made It: These sisters know how to throw a good Hollywood party

MVD Inc., a boutique creative marketing firm for the stars.. the firm plans and orchestrates events from small private soirees to multimillion-dollar weekend-long gigs. Their client list includes Kanye West, 20th Century Fox, Samsung Next, Warner Bros. Pictures and Universal Music Group.


Industry Innovators 2022: Massah David & Miatta Johnson

Their favorite thing about the experiential industry: "The ability to tell a story through experiences and providing a space for connection," they say. "There is so much power in human connection, and the experiential industry sets the stage for it."


How I Made It: These sisters know how to throw a good Hollywood party

There, we saw Big Sean wearing a Detroit Tigers hat, Cam’ron drinking red wine, Slick Rick performing his greatest hits, and two women bearing a striking resemblance to one another, who were *clearly* running the show. Those women are sisters Massah David and Miatta David Johnson, and to some of the biggest names in entertainment—think Kanye WestCommon, and Mary J. Blige—they’re the entrepreneurs to have on speed dial when there’s a major event to throw.


Inside Kanye West’s Album-Listening Extravaganza in Wyoming

“This was a Kanye production — we were all invited guests. His team did the bulk of organizing, particularly the event planners MVD — which is run by sisters Massah David and Miatta David Johnson — and John McGuire, who is the architect of Kanye’s tours, including the floating stage, who brought in the sound system. Having said that, there were some pretty heroic efforts, including Def Jam’s international and promotion staff, and Mike Dean and Scooter Braun’s team were very much in the mix.”

Sisters Miatta David Johnson And Massah David Are The Team Behind Some Of Hollywood's Best Parties

You may not know Miatta David Johnson and Massah David by name, but you’ve probably seen their work. The sisters, who helm MVD Inc., have created events for stars like Mary J. Blige and Common and thrown big Grammy weekend parties.


Meet The Women Behind Kanye West's Listening Parties & More Huge Music Events

You might remember how, over the summer, Kanye West threw a huge listening party in Wyoming to drop his album Ye — and despite the last-minute invites, many celebs, from Jonah Hill to Lil Yacthy, were in attendance. It was quite a night, and it was due in large part to Miatta David Johnson and Massah David, sisters and founders of MVD, Inc., a boutique creative agency. The duo worked to make West's vision come to life, and have done the same for numerous other members of the music industry, from Teyana Taylor to Common to Pusha T.

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