From the woman who wrote Dreams, Love, and Music: Dream Your Life, Then Live Your Dreams, Asiah Million is back again with a new book Dreams, Love and Music: Lifestyle Revised. Born the fifth of seven siblings, Asiah Million grew up in Laurelton, Queens, New York. At her core, Asiah’s family has greatly influenced her life, from admiring her mother’s strength as a young girl to experiencing motherhood of her own with her children Taiwan and Oceann. Asiah started her career in 1995 when she signed with Mecca Don/ Elektra Entertainment Group, where she would eventually perform on Soul Train and Show Time at the Apollo. She has notably worked and collaborated with Sean Diddy Combs with arrangement, recording, and vocals, Teddy Riley doing vocals and with Cory Rooney. She is also credited as background vocals in the B2K song “Uh- Huh” and Royce da 5’9 “You Can’t Touch Me,” and wrote and arranged the Adina Howard song “I Forgive You.” Asiah was also a collaborator on the famous Mary J. Blige song “Family Affair'' released in 2001. Asiah Million was inspired to start her own company she named The Pen Station, which is designated to “empower, enlighten, and entertain through artist development.” Asiah keeps her schedule busy working in the studio for her music, writing her books, vocal coaching, and performing. Still, she has dedicated her life to enlightening, empowering, entertaining, and encouraging those who read her story to finding their own purpose. Along with her book, Asiah is releasing an album to go along with the chapter titles so the audience can be taken to another plane of experiencing her wondrous vision.