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Mary Mag

Band Hip Hop Singer/Songwriter


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Still working on that hot first release.



At the Methodist Hospital, in New Orleans East, Angela Stingley Cagnolatti was born on November 15, 1977. After joining the Army National Guard at age 17, she graduated from Lanier High School in 1995, where she was Cadet Major and served as Color Guard Commander. When basic training was complete, in 1996, she studied Marketing, Management, and Information Systems (MMIS), a group major, at St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, IN. In 1997, she took a sabbatical to California and New Orleans, realizing God was calling her to be an evangelical and to help people. Angela studied Business Management at Hinds Community College. In 1998, Angela began to dance and promote music with On the Block Records in Jackson, MS. Under the direction of Mello T’s Hype-man, J-Mack, she began studying the art of stage performance, on all levels. She is using her gifts & talents to uplift a community while earning a profit to facilitate and teach others of God’s Holy Spirit and how to use their gifts thru workshops, songwriting, poetry, visual art, and magazines. Angela moved to New Orleans to start a self-publishing company, Queens United Divers`cities (Q.U.D.), in 1999. Angela aka Crescent took on the new name, Anna Lynn, started Babygirl Records and did business as Mouth of the South Promotions. Nation of Islam’s Minister of Music, Luvalle Benson mentored and helped Anna Lynn establish focus, and develop a methodical approach to the music business. After Closing Q.U.D. Publishing and Baby Girl Records, in 2004, Anna Lynn came aboard King Jesus Enterprises, LLC as “Mary Mag”, Executive Vice-President and Operations Manager. She co-produced two albums, one of which she recorded and engineered, that are on sale at and Recently promoted to CEO/President of King Jesus Enterprises, she is planning a concert to benefit the homeless in New Orleans. Singing reggae, gospel, and rapping informative, motivational lyrics are just a few things she’s doing to help promote the City of New Orleans. She is a community activist, poet, and minister. “Mary" Angela Cagnolatti is a volunteer with Common Ground Relief and working as a part-time Consultant with the National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC). She sings Psalms 101 KJV (A cappella) at local churches and events. She is also releasing a Judah Clan Production entitled It’s the Lord (A cappella), dedicated to Juanita Bynum.