Rapper and Model Dijae

After seeing this hot model on myspace claiming to be a rapper, I decided I had to take a closer look (listen) at her work to see what she is about and it was a pleasant surprise. Take a listen to one of my favorite tracks from her "You Already Know", its got that smooth East Coast vibe and being from Brooklyn you shouldn't expect anything less.


Dijae was born in Brooklyn N.Y where she still resides. She always had an undeniable love for music and didn't realize how gifted a writer she was until 2008 while participating in a rapping game with family and friends. Ever since then writing music became apart of her life. She expresses that "I put my life experiences and situations people go through in everyday life into my music, so people can use my music as a getaway; material things comes after". Her Faith in Jesus and her loving close knit family keeps her grounded. If you want to listen more of her  music, you can check her out on:

Reverb Nation


For Collabs, Hostings, Bookings, PhotoShoots, Beat Submissions Contact her at  Dijae.info@gmail.com

Fibi Love at Ladies Night at the Cantina

Fibi Love at NASCAR

Fibi Love working with Bank of America at NASCAR


Fibi Love Partying at the Pangaea Night Club


Ladies Night at the Cantina Restaurant

Exotic Enterprises International presents Ladies Night @ Cantina 71, hosted by Claudia Romani with Special Guest Models Tahiti Cora, Fibi Love and more...

- Every Friday Night from 8pm - Closing
- 25% off Dinner for single ladies
- Live Music

Cantina 71
216-71 St Miami Beach ,


Mia Girl Calendar Competition

Vote For Fibi Love to become the next Mia Girl Cover Girl and be featured on the cover of their 2011 Calendar. You will find Fibi in the top row of page 2 on the site. With Fibi Love on the cover, this will be the hottest copy of the Mia Girl Calendar so far.
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Fibi Love Partying at Club Lux in Miami


Hurricane Tomas Causes flooding in Haiti

Haiti, Friday Nov. 5, 2010. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa) (Ramon Espinosa - AP)
Hurricane Tomas spared most of  Haiti a direct hit and high winds but still dumped over 10 inches of rain on the country causing major flooding and mudslides.
On Friday, residents fled a coastal city in Haiti that had been slammed twice already this decade by killer floods. The hurricane spared most earthquake-refugee camps in the capital but battered a seaside town to the west that was nearly destroyed by January’s earthquake.
Coming ashore at Haiti’s far southwestern edge, Tomas slammed the coastline with 135-km/h winds and killed at least four people with storm surge and rains.
It then flooded camps harbouring earthquake refugees, turning some into squalid islands in Leogane, a town west of the capital that lost 90 per cent of its buildings and thousands of people in the Jan. 12 quake. Two people were missing in the city.
Tomas turned streets of the capital, Port-au-Prince, into canals of flowing garbage. The storm largely spared the city’s vast homeless encampments, however, allaying fears that an estimated 1.3 million displaced people would suffer from high winds and rain on hillsides and in parks and streets.
Haitians had high hopes that the storm would move on before triggering floods in Gonaives, a northwestern coastal city that completely flooded in 2004 and again in 2008, killing thousands. As rains fell on the city’s slums of Raboteau and Jubilee, people living in the low-lying areas began heading for high ground.

source: Hurricane Tomas loses steam after battering Haiti by
Jonathan M. Katz Associated Press

Fibi Love Halloween 2010

Fibi Love was a naughty sailor this halloween