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A law class at Georgia State University this upcoming semester will focus on the life of singer and ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star Kandi Burruss.
The course, which focuses on the life and work on one media personality, is taught by Professor Mo Ivory and is part of the Entertainment, Sports, and Media Law Initiative at the school. Students will study the business side of Kandi’s music publishing, productions, companies, and investments. In particular, they will analyze the contracts the Grammy Award-winning songwriter has signed through the years and hear from guest speakers, such as Kandi’s mother, manager, and attorney.
“I chose Kandi because she has an amazing career, which spans every aspect of the entertainment industry from music, television, and live performance to licensing, apparel, and more,” Professor Ivory said in the news release.
The course began in 2018 with the life of rapper and entertainer Ludacris.
Would you take the course if you were enrolled at Georgia State?