Bintu Kabba is a television producer and talk-show host currently residing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is also the author of The Go Girls and Go Guys Astrology Guide to Dating. She was born in NYC and raised by West African parents from Sierra Leone and Guinea. Her educational  background includes a Bachelors in Psychology from Howard University and a Masters in Public Administration from The University of Phoenix.


In 2011 she joined Philadelphia Community Access Television (PhillyCam), a local television network with channels on both Comcast and Verizon, and produced her hit millennial talkshow, The BuzzKlub. The Buzzklub ran on PhillyCam for four seasons and was viewed in homes across the tri-state area and on Youtube. In 2016, Bintu created the Sex,Moon, and Stars (SM&S) podcast for ITunes which covered topics such as millennial dating practices, sex, local and national news, celebrity gossip, games, and more. It quickly became a fan favorite which led her to film live tapings of SM&S featuring  an interactive audience.


On March 17, 2018 Bintu was bestowed the honor of receiving the recognition of BOOM 103.9's top 30 under 30 list for her commitment to media and the Philadelphia community. She is currently writing and producing a new web-series about two best friends from Philadelphia learning to navigate life in the inner city while reaching for their dreams called 'Cheesesteak' set to release Fall 2018. 


Community has always been at the center of her heart and after several years of working for the Boys and Girls Club and participating in volunteer missions in Accra, Ghana, Bintu was inspired to create Global Youth Consulting, LLC. a motivational consultant agency that specializes in cultural educational resources, community events, youth motivational speaking, mentoring, program development, staff engagement/training, teen life coaching and provides millennial group travel packages to the motherland. On May 9, 2018 Bintu tragically lost her 24 year old brother, Cherinoh Manju Kabba, to gun violence in Philadelphia and she continues to work in her community to shed light on the trauma that impacts African-Americans living in the United States daily.


Bintu is also well known for her keen fashion sense fused with African themes and city life and has been featured in publications such as Essence magazine, Fashion Bomb Daily, Styled out Loud, and Rollingstone, for her unique street style. She is in love with clothing and jewelry from local artisans around the world and continues to make new friends along her travels in order to bring beautiful and exciting merchandise to everyone that comes across her path.