Howard Good

by Terry Watson | July 21st, 2016
Howard Good

Howard Good

A native of Charlotte, N.C., Howard Good graduated from Independence High School and later attended North Carolina A&T State University where he studied Broadcast and News. After college, he exercised his athletic skills and played basketball in a recreational league in Greensboro and Charlotte. After realizing his true interest in music and entrepreneurship, he eventually returned home for good.

His first venture was Black Crown Management where he managed a lifetime friend who at the time, was pursuing a professional career as a hip hop artist. With Good’s help, the artist received sound advise and direction to become an even better artist. He has also managed several other musicians and hip hop groups and helped them to become successful within their respective industry.

Good says he always had a desire to grow his management company beyond the realms of just shaping and molding musicians. Earlier this year, he launched a new segment to Black Crown Management with Black Crown Real Estate, LLC. Now, Good and several of his business associates are able to assist home buyers with their purchasing needs, as well as any individual who may be interested in selling their property and more. The real estate arm allows individuals to work with investors, brokers, real estate agents, and home buyers and sellers. Good says they are also able to educate and train anyone who maybe interested in the real estate field.

Good says he tried the traditional track of working a nine to five, but quickly learned that he possessed more talents to do more with his life and impact the lives of others. “Working a typical job didn’t allow me to grow or prosper beyond the wall of that job. I saw myself making someone else’s dream come true and I decided to work for myself to make my own dreams a reality,” he says.

Moving forward, Good hopes that he will become even more successful so that he can take care of his mother. He also wants to dedicate more of his time and efforts to reaching young black youths and educating them about the possible pitfalls that lie before in life. “I am greatly influenced by Malcolm X and his teachings on how a black man is supposed to carry himself in America,” he says.

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