Temmora Signs a StarAired on Jul 29, 2019
It’s the final week at the Academy® Temmora rewards finalist students with the opportunity to perform at the big end-of-the-year showcase. Miesha feels disrespected by her mother during a tension-filled radio interview. Temmora gives out awards to the students. Temmora and Miesha make up. Temmora signs one student to her record label, Arommet Records.
Karma BootcampAired on Jul 29, 2019
Temmora’s students compete for the opportunity to perform with a live band. After a heated confrontation with Temmora and her husband, Miesha and Kirsten settle in to their new apartment by throwing a rowdy housewarming party. Temmora punishes Chekera for leaving last week by making her compete for her position as the third member of Karma. Temmora selects one student to perform with the band and a surprise guest shows up for support.
Miesha's Got a SecretAired on Jul 29, 2019
Temmora challenges the students to compete and perform at the Memphis Hip Hop Awards where Temmora is being honored as M.V.P. of the City. Chekera goes home to take a test to avoid being expelled. Temmora has her oldest daughter, Roxy, to step in to replace Chekera. Miesha devastates Temmora with big news on stage at the awards. Temmora chooses three students to perform at the Awards.
Stop The BullyingAired on Jul 29, 2019
Temmora has her students compete to join Karma on their “Stop The Bullying Tour.” Students share their experiences with bullying and one admits being bullied caused her to attempt suicide. Temmora teaches Chekera how to drive, but regrets it when Chekera almost wrecks her truck. Temmora selects a student to perform at her former middle school, which floods Temmora with harsh memories of her early life in foster care.
Lights, Camera, Music VideoAired on Jul 29, 2019
Temmora’s students compete to perform in a music video with Karma. Miesha meets with a stylist to replace her mother whose sense of style has become increasingly outdated. Miesha regrets it when the stylist arrives at the shoot unprepared. Temmora chooses two students to perform in the music video.
Fight NightAired on Jul 29, 2019
Temmora teaches the students all about stage presence. The student selected for this week’s showcase will perform on a “360 Degree” stage at the Fitz Casino during a prize boxing match. Momma Jessie informs Temmora that Miesha went on a date and Temmora confronts Miesha in a fiery dispute.
Preach To The ChoirAired on Jun 13, 2019
Temmora teaches her students about inspiration and takes the students on a sobering field trip to the National Civil Rights Museum. Students compete at historic Clayborn Temple for a spot to perform at MLK Day. Miesha agrees to go out on a date with rapper, Silento, and drags her best friend and group mate, Kirsten, along with her.
Temmora, The One Name WonderAired on Jun 06, 2019
Temmora introduces her hectic life as she runs “Arommet Academy® ” a music boot camp for talented children as well as managing her daughter, Miesha’s R&B group, Karma. In week one of the new semester, she has a heated exchange with one of the parents and picks one student to open for Karma on Beale Street.
Former recording artist Temmora Levy is on a mission to help future superstars achieve their highest potential through music. After her own tough upbringing in and out of foster homes, Temmora fell in love with the art of singing and performance. Today, Temmora owns Arommet Academy, an artist development academy in Memphis, providing a safe haven for talented children to escape whatever they might be going through. Eight one-hour episodes of Ms. T’s Music Factory are set to premiere beginning Thursday, June 6th at 10pm EST/PST. Juggling the challenges of training the kids while dealing with their stage parents, managing her daughter Meisha's pop girl group KARMA, and keeping up with the daily demands of motherhood and marriage, Temmora definitely has her work cut out for her. Each episode, her students compete for a chance at the coveted spot to open for KARMA at one of their shows. While she makes it her priority for each child to feel loved and accepted, make no mistake, Temmora is no easy critic – if her students want to make it to the top, they better be prepared to work!