Successful New York City Entrepreneur Chandrica Clarke announces run for City Council

Entrepreneur and Producer hopes to be voice for the Queens community
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QUEENS, NY— Chandrica N. Clarke, better known as DJ XXXotic Mami, has announced that she is collecting signatures to appear on the 2016 ballot for City Council District 29.

Clarke is the Chairman and CEO of Niccol Productions, a global entertainment business that included Xtreme 104FM Entertainment, Pivot Records, the Xtreme AllStar Awards, and more. She oversees talent management, television and film production, branding, and consumer product development, among other aspects of the business.

Among her company’s productions is “The Indictment,” a hit web series that examines the implications of police brutality on urban life. The show, which has seen over 100,000 views since launching in March, has been featured in national publication Hip Hop Weekly twice. The cast also visited Atlanta in August to promote the show, interviewing with numerous outlets, including B100 Radio, Bossip.com, The Rise & Grind Morning Show, Page Turner TV, Famous Radio, Impact Magazine and Kenya Kardashian’s Candy Shop Radio.

In addition to the web production, Clarke recently opened a state of the art radio station in Kings Plaza, Brooklyn that serves as home for Xtreme 104 FM. The facility includes the radio station, recording studio, game room, a photography and video studio with green screen and a lounge. Nestled under the Xtreme brand is New York City’s famous “Xtreme AllStar Awards” and “The Xtreme Freshman Tour”.

Outside of her numerous production and business responsibilities, Clarke also serves as the editor in chief for Hip Hop Tymes. Her business and philanthropic endeavors have been honored by numerous prestigious organizations, including PMG Gives Back and the American Red Cross.

Clarke’s plan to run for a seat on city council is the latest in her efforts to improve life in the community. After a difficult upbringing and early life that included time in prison, Clarke has turned her life around and become a successful entrepreneur. Her many business ventures employ members of the community, and she has used her influence to become a voice for the community.

For more information about Clarke, Niccol Productions, or Clarke’s run for city council, contact
MNS Media Group
Ernest Jackson
E: mnsmedia@gmail.com
P: 717-472-5346

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