About Black Legacy

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Black Legacy, LLC is a multi-faceted entity created by Charlotte, NC native, T. Linwood Woodley, that primarily focuses on three core functions; Entertainment, Education, and Philanthropy.

Entertainment comes in the form of event planning, photography, and DJ/Recording Services. Black Legacy strives to provide high quality entertainment that leaves our clients satisfied and craving more.

As we expand, we will provide more Entrepreneurship & Business Education to our community.

We do this by providing content in the form of in the in-person lectures, video tutorials, and The Black Legacy Podcast. This will enhance your lifestyle so that you begin to develop a lasting legacy that gives you and your family the comfort you all deserve.

Last, but not least, our Philanthropic efforts will seek out opportunities to improve lives of individuals in the community; as well as give scholarships to deserving high school and college students who embody the Black Legacy spirit. 

What do our clients say about us?

DJ Wood provided a great level of service for my graduation party. He took time to visit my venue prior to the event to discuss appropriate layout for my party to ensure my vision came to fruition. I was impressed with his level of professionalism in handling the logistics for the event. DJ Wood took all of the song ideas I provided and weaved them into my party to create an awesome experience for my diverse group of guests. I would highly recommend DJ Wood!
— Rebecca T. of Charlotte, NC
DJ Wood was very professional and prompt!!! He was aware of the crowd needs and I look forward to booking him in the future as well as seeking new customers for him. I could not be more satisfied and pleased!!! (Graduation Mansion Party - May 2017)
— Jessica Mason
“It is always a pleasure to work with Black Legacy, LLC! We value the amazing professionalism and quality service we received during our engagement photo session. Also, we are excited that DJ Wood will be a part of our wedding day in 2017 too.”
— Shana W. of North Carolina