Name: Angel Davis
Hometown: New Orleans, LA
Official Web/Fansite: iloveangel2.com
# Of Followers: 28,000
# Of Followers: 28,000
Magazines: Black Men (40 On 40 and Jamaica Issue), Art of Sexy, King, Bachelors Guide, The Source and Urban Ink.
Video: “Diced Pineapples” by Rick Ross, Wale and Drake and “Trophy” by Future and Kanye West, “Give It To You” by Robin Thicke, “Ain't No Doubt About It” by 2 Chains and Kendrick Lamar, “Slow It Down” by The Game, Justin Timberlake and Pharrell Williams, “Love King” by The Dream, “Rock and Roll” by Swizz Beatz, Lenny Kravitz and Lil Wayne, “Pop Bottles” by Birdman and Lil Wayne, “You Can Have Whatever You Like” by T.I.
Advertisement: Seagrams Gin, and album cover for Future, and I'm also the face of Profective nationwide hair company. Their products are amazing. You can catch my face on most of their products that are on the store shelves.
Favorite food/Restaurant: I try to stick to chicken or fish, and I could do my thing in the kitchen, so I love to stay in and cook.
Favorite drink: A Screaming Orgasm. That's the name of the drink. It's mixed with Baileys, vodka and Kahlúa. It's pretty good.
How do you feel about Black Men magazine dedicating an issue to browner skinned models?
I think it’s awesome to showcase to the world some many different shades of beautiful, brown skinned women.
Do you think darker skinned models are booked less? Why?
In a sense, yes. I believe it's just the way of the society.
Describe your type of man.
I'm such an affectionate type of person, so he would have to be receptive to that. And, I definitely love a gentleman. Someone that can open the car door, send me gifts and flowers when he thinks of me. Just someone that has my back—someone that can be my best friend, and also someone that can rub me down after a long stressful day of work.
Name five things a man should never say to you.
The word "No." [Laughs.]
Girls night—you and your girls sip wine and the subject most commonly discussed is…
Well, I'm very business-minded, so the top of my discussion is always getting to the money, business ventures, capitalizing, etc.
Besides Kerry Washington, Michele Obama and Jennifer Hudson, name five famous, beautiful dark skinned women.
Well, let's see you have Angel Davis [laughs], Gabrielle Union, Kelly Roland, Naomi Campbell, Lupita Nyong’o and Oprah Winfrey.
Tell people what you feel when you hear: "You’re pretty for a dark skinned girl."
It makes me view that person as though they don't see darker women as being beautiful or like it’s rare, which is such an ignorant statement.
Tell us something amazing about you that we wouldn't know besides seeing how beautiful you are to us.
Well, I'm a double major graduate. I have degree in Biology and Psychology, and I'm a registered nurse. And, I also actually own a clothing line called BABC (Bad Ass Brown Chick). It's more of an empowerment line for women. BABC doesn't just mean you’re beautiful and sexy—it also means that you’re a go-getter, hard working, strong, intelligent, inspirational, conqueror, elegant, classy woman. Find out more about my line at badassbrownchick.com.
Give an encouraging word to fellow darker skinned models looking to make a career in this business.
Never feel discouraged because of your skin tone, remember it's an asset. Always be confident and believe in yourself. Working hard toward your goals always pays off. Love and respect yourself and others. And, remember with God on your side, everything is possible.