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Candice “Ms. Drama” Williams began her media career at Spelman College, where she received her first taste of reporting and interned at a local news station (WSB-TV), honing her skills of writing and reporting for broadcast television.
Shortly after, Candice decided to continue her pursuits in journalism at New York University, where she learned the tricks of the trade at various publications, networks and radio stations, including Newsday (Review Crew), ABC Daytime (Youth Marketing Consultant), MTVU (The Freshman) and Hot 97/Emmis Communications (Promotions Assistant/Board Operator). While growing as a journalist and as a reporter, “Ms. Drama’s” personality and talent for talk became recognized in the industry.
During her stint at Hot 97, she was offered an on-air opportunity at an online radio station in Brooklyn, NY. She served as the afternoon drive personality reporting entertainment news and gossip as well as conducting artist interviews for a two-hour Monday– Friday show. In addition to her comical news segments, Candice started to gain notoriety for her edgy interviews, and subsequently started to be called “Drama Queen” by independent and established artists. The name evolved into Ms. Drama a year later.
For the past few years, she has been making her mark in the industry as a radio host and media personality. He resume includes co-hosting an international hip hop show on Sirius Satellite radio with DJ Bijal, and conducting interviews with artists on her public access TV show, Ms. Drama TV. She continues to put artists in the “hot seat” on her weekly online radio shows on Break Thru Radio, in addition to her entertainment news and gossip website www.msdramatv.com.

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