1.Andy Caldwell - Pulling Every String (feat Satellite Mode) (Birds of Mind Remix) 2.Mind Street Ft. Jaidene Veda - With Me (Enoo Napa Extend Mix) 3.Vibration (Da Africa Deep Remix Extended Mix) 4.Drega - Amafu (feat. Nana Atta) 5.Dwson - Griqua (Original Mix) 6.Notre Dame & Sasson - Emowe Sasson FR Remix My Other Side of the Moon 7.Aimo - Akrofu 8.HomeBoyz Djeff Kyaku Kyadaff - Mercedes Manoo Remix 9.Aimo_-_Luganda 10.Culoe_De_Song_-_Isondo_Feat._Khanyo_Maphumulo
Brief summary of episode:Jay Rags is a deejay, poet, creative, promoter, and former coffee shop owner from Baltimore, now based in Medellin, Colombia. To hear him dj is to hear a soulful House, Afro-beat, & discofied funk.Jay is from the Baltimore/DC area now living in Medellin, Colombia. He is the creator of the Baltimore based house music & open-mic website blackbookscafe.com( circa 2002), a co-creator of what would become known as Baltimore's Collective Minds festival, Poetry4People 2006 “Walkit-Talkit Integrity” award winner, creator of the Soul Fiesta party started in 2003-present, FELA! cast party in Baltimore, Baltimore Felabrations, creator of Studio Sessions Live at Artscape, author/poet of Tribe Called Soul Fiesta, a prolific dj that rocks underground House, afrobeat, latin, and Soul music. He is the self-proclaimed Baltimore king of cultural dance music. Before moving to Colombia he had a weekly Soul Fiesta show on handzonradio.fm. Jay was also creator and owner of NuBohemia coffee shop in the Mt. Vernon area of downtown Baltimore(2013-2018) The coffee shop sold great coffee, hosted many artistic events, sold vinyl records, and was in at least 3 national magazines.While being a super creative, Jay Rags produced an underground mashup for his deejay sets called "Baba Yaga's Revenge" which he helped to make sure it found itself in dj sets all over the world. He also has spoken word on record labels like Spiritual Blessing and POJI recordsThe Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture. Mentioned in this episode:Soul Fiesta To find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory. Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcast★ Support this podcast ★
Music I Love to Follow Presents - The TriAfroulon Tracks & Feels Volume 27 The #Marbella #Poolside #Series - #MowgliTheKey - Mixed by Shendi Bowers Welcome back again to the more percussive mixes sub of the M.I.L.F. brand that brings you nothing but Deep, Tribal, Latin, Afro and Soulful House music. Full track listing for future reference available below. M.I.L.F. (Music I Love to Follow) The TriAfroulon Tracks & Feels Volume 27 TRACK LIST: Taylor - Caribe (Original Mix) Beatkozina - He Baba (Latin Soul Mix) Michael Gray Feat. Kimberly Brown - Brother Brother (Booker T Vocal Remix) Ayaala (IT), Ivan St. Ives - Somos Latinos (Original Mix) Artwork Sounds Feat. Uncle Chriz - You Give Me Love (Mijangos Afro Soul Mix) Miguel Migs, Lisa Shaw - Lose Control (Mickey More & Andy Tee Vocal Remix) Lee Wilson, Brutha Basil, Kelvin Sylvester - Keep Keeping On (Brukel Soulful Mix) Moon Rocket - El Baile Del Organo (Da Funk Mix) Mannix - No No No (Mijangos Latin House Remix) Teddy Douglas, Carmen Brown - Time Waits For No One (Geoffreys Tik Tok Dub) Looks & Rona Ray - Goosebumps (DJ Beloved's BPM Remix) Harry Romero - Aye Papi (Original Mix) Lalo Leyy - Cancun (Original Mix) Wex Whynt, Elle White - Love's Taken Over (Mikki Funk Remix) Darryl D'Bonneau - Just To Be With You (Dr.Packer Remix) As always we would just like to take this time to say thank you for the worldwide support and the time taken to listen to what we here at M.I.L.F inc put together. The music industry is a tough one but its what we love and take pride in doing and do it daily!!! Follow us on the socials Instagram:@music_i_love_to_follow & @shendibowers (also on Twitter) Twitter:@ThisIsMILF & @shendibowers DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THESE WEEKLY PODCASTS VIA YOUR PREFERRED PLATFORM: https://linktr.ee/music_i_love_to_follow Remember....."If it's HOUSE it's M.I.L.F. (Music I Love to Follow)!!!!!!"
#MUSICINTHEAIR @Villahangar #PodcastShow THIS WEEK presents >> @maria-luisa-conserva [EPISODE 200-76] #TRACKLIST 01. Anoushka Shankar – Boat to nowhere (Matt Robertson remix) / Deutsche Grammophone GmbH 02. Joaquin Cornejo – Cumbia a la Luna / KONN recordings 03. Niju & Malü – No Fear / down. 04. Niju – Everybody's talking / Laut & Luise 05. Niju & Malü – Elevate / down. 06. Niju – Bumfuzzle / Heimlich Musik 07. Hülshoff, Herrhausen & Treindl – Roads / down. 08. Nathan Hall – Wake up / Random Collective Records 09. Frolov – Orion 10. Olafur Arnalds – Study for piano player (II) – Genii Edit / Feines Tier 11. Ninze – Nomads Night Owl / Laut & Luise 12. Geju – Lockdown Outside City (ex 11) / Leveldva 13. Twit One – Trickbaby / Laut & Luise 14. Jackson Lewis – Healing (San Miguel Remix) / Resueno 15. Jose Solano – Serenidad / Shango Records 16. Acid Pauli – I see a Darkness / Bar 25 Music 17. James Taylor – Fire and Rain / Warner Bros Records 18. Mano Le Tough – Aye Aye Mi Mi / Pampa Records 19. Rene Dominique – Ukulele cover di La Vie En Rose / Liberty Music Site -> www.villahangar.com FB -> www.facebook.com/villahangar TT -> www.twitter.com/Villahangar
This episode discusses the upcoming Full Moon in Aquarius and the Ten of Wands. We are joined by Afro Spiritual, to discuss the overlap in Christianity found in hoodoo and rootwork. The book he recommends for further reading within the episode is Mojo Workin': The Old African American Hoodoo System by Katrina Hazzard-Donald. Creators we love this week are Heidi Moreno and Auka Tarot Deck by Eve Safa on Kickstarter.
Best Colognes for Men, Best Fragrances For the Social Dance Floor Timestamps 0:00 Italian Caramel Inspired By Xerjoff Italica - 00:21 L'Homme Prada Intense - 00:51 Haramain Portfolio Neroli Canvas Spray - 01:33 moschino toy boy - 2:00 VALENTINO UOMO INTENSE - 02:29 bleu de chanel - 03:20 The Most Wanted Azzaro - 04:10 Sauvage by Dior - 04:53 Kiehls Musk - 05:29 Side Effect Initio Parfums Prives - 06:15 Y Le Parfum Yves Saint Laurent - 07:23 XJ 1861 Naxos Xerjoff - 08:16 La Nuit de L'Homme Bleu Électrique Yves Saint Laurent - 09:20 Ardent Boadicea the Victorious - 10:17 Absolute Aphrodisiac Initio Parfums Prives - 11:19 Eros Versace - 12:10 Dapper Fragrances - Tom Ford - Oud Wood - 13:10 Dapper Fragrances - Margiela - At The Barber's - 13:47 Triple Vanilla Dream Cocoapink - 14:37 Fath Pour L'Homme Jacques Fath - 15:25 Top 3 Fragrances - 16:09 #salsa #bachata #kizomba #Podcast #brazilianzouk #Rueda #Tarraxinha #zouk #Passada #Ginga #Forro #lambazouk #Afro #latin #African #Socialdance #socialdancing #partnerdance #partnerdancing #Pachanga #lambada #dance #Dancers 2LF Links _______________________________________________ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tw0LeftFeet Instagram: tw0_left_feet Website: https://2leftfeet.blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2171874589599779/ Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/TwoLeftFeetPodcast/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/two-left-feet-podcast/id1454425997 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5bQSnwKDmHbDQdgnZ0OrC3 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Twoleftfeet Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR109vJ4Pbl146Ok1u5vSuA Anchor: https://anchor.fm/twoleftfeetpodcast
01 St Germain – Sure Thing (DJ Deep Remix) 02 Oden & Fatzo – Hercule (Original Mix) 03 WLAD – Tribute to Chicago (DJ Steaw Remix) 04 Daymount – Professeur Khaoul 05 Tomasi – Fretty House 06 Baccus – Can you Feel It 07 Zeleke – La voie Du Soleil 08 Stupid Child – Like That 09 Wolf Story – Crazy 10 Dylan Dylan – On My Back 11 Flore – Fuck SakeThe 1-hour radio show includes the latest tracks from Wolf Story as well as the best dance music out there. It can be straight up house music, but also Afro house, soulful House or also Melodic/Pro... Download
De par son appartenance au continent africain, le Maroc a toujours embrassé l'identité africaine. C'est pour cela que l'on retrouve souvent des rythmiques principalement basées sur l'utilisation des tambours et des percussions. Sur la scène de la musique urbaine marocaine actuelle, on remarque également l'influence africaine dans les gimmicks et les flows des rappeurs marocains. Hanane Abdallah, journaliste à Monte Carlo Doualiya, nous présente sa sélection de musiques arabes inspirées des musiques afro. (Rediffusion) Playlist Macsim Dady feat Dj Dhaker Sukura N'do Yagué Idahams x Jaylann Man on Fire Aziz Ozouss feat. Soukaina Bouchtar Angmar C Kay feat El Grande Toto Love Nwantiti (North African Remix) Dizzy Dross L'Kora 7na Maliha Jindi x Masterkraft Hassa Ayoub Africano Logic Zaga Bambo C'est pour poser question Oum Taragalte Ahmed Soultan feat Afrodiziac Achkide
In this week's episode, I talk to Simón Mejía, the founder and band leader of the Grammy-winning Colombian group ‘Bomba Estéreo'. We discuss his latest solo film and music project EL DUENDE, inspired by the Afro-indigenous music of Colombia's jungles, as well as, what he thinks of Colombia's newly elected president Gustavo Petro, and how the Bad Bunny collaboration of ‘Ojitos Lindos' came to be without them ever meeting.The Highly Relevant PlaylistLa isla de Lesbos - Javiera MenaEl Lobby - Micro TDH, Pablo AlboránMala Vibra - GativideoLike to give us your feedback? Email us at email@example.comFollow Jack:Twitter: https://twitter.com/JackRicofficial Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jackrico40/ Subscribe to Highly Relevant:iTunes http://apple.co/2nh2db1Spotify http://spoti.fi/2mEJfyy
Alex Grand and co-host Jim Thompson interview Tony Puryear, Hollywood screenwriter and Comic book writer/artist, discussing key phases of his diverse career, from his childhood encounters with Jack Kirby & Phil Seuling, his advertising career under the mentorship of James Patterson, directing music videos for 80s hip hop stars, becoming the first African-American screenwriter to pen a $100 million grossing film, Schwarzenegger's “Eraser,” intertwining his art with political activism in the 2008 Hillary Clinton campaign, partnering with post-Marvel Stan Lee, and co-writing, drawing, coloring and lettering the critically acclaimed Afro-futuristic comic series, Concrete Park. Edited & Produced by Alex Grand. Images used in artwork ©Their Respective Copyright holders, CBH Podcast ©Comic Book Historians. Thumbnail Artwork ©Comic Book Historians.#afrofuturism #concretepark #eraserSupport the show
Queen Stelyna propose une programmation musicale consacrée à la nouvelle scène d'artistes émergents. Ils sont, pour la plupart, originaires du continent et incarnent une nouvelle génération dans leurs domaines musicaux (Hip-Hop, RNB, afrobeat...). Cette émission spéciale a pour but de mettre en lumière ces artistes qui n'ont pas toujours l'occasion d'être sur le devant de la scène malgré leur talent. (Rediffusion) Shako Cali Ya Cetidon Vrai charo Kemay Un signe Jessy B Je m'en fous Djam Kiss Chewi Medey Souchon THB Overdose NL Bâtiment Stylly dean Sentiment moko Wada du game CNDD
#MUSICINTHEAIR @Villahangar #PodcastShow THIS WEEK presents >> @viceluna [EPISODE 200-75] #TRACKLIST 01. Paax (Tulum) - Menduda / Scorpios Music 02. Vice Luna - The Palace / VH - Unreleased 03. Serkan Eles - Mabviro (Headwater Remix) / NCTRNL 04. AmuAmu - Ozymandias (Kyrill & Redford Remix) / Cosmic Awakenings 05. Jean Hayat, Emrat - Pandora / Harabe 06. Rapossa - Awake & Fly / Sirin Music 07. Vice Luna - Bring Your Light / VH - Unreleased 08. Dandara - Different / Kamai Music 09. Sound of Mint - Ya Sidi (Saint Evo Remix) / Madorasindahouse Records 10. Guy Laliberte, Soul Of Zoo feat. Tina Guo, Delaram Kamareh - I Really Like Banana / WAF Records 11. Alex Twin - Shine On You / Bercâna Music Site -> www.villahangar.com FB -> www.facebook.com/villahangar TT -> www.twitter.com/Villahangar
Vor über dreißig Jahren ist ein Buch erschienen, das die afrodeutsche Poetin May Ayim und ihre Co-Autorinnen deutschlandweit bekannt machen sollte. Es heißt "Farbe bekennen - Afro-deutsche Frauen auf den Spuren ihrer Geschichte". Wer war May Ayim, wie wirken ihre Arbeit, ihre Texte nach? Was ist in der Zwischenzeit passiert?
Hey, PODience! What are you saying "yes" to right now? What obstacles are standing in your way that you are willing to knock over in order to do and feel something new? These are just a few questions that pervade the second part of our two-episode arc featuring Melissa Parke. In Act 2 of Episode 54: "Walk in Truth," Melissa talks a bit more about her work. She specifically goes into more detail about the Afro-centric SEL framework she created, noting that the lens through which the framework operates is centered in culture. Then, suddenly, the conversation turns sharply into a talk about love of sports, fitness and the power of saying yes. This carves out space for the two to discuss the work that needs to be done, internally and externally, in order to create meaningful goals and bring new ideas and systems into all aspects of life, particularly in education. So, will Melissa and Courtney be going head-to-head in a rugby match? It'll make sense when you listen, which you can do via SoundCloud, iTunes, Spotify or anywhere you listen to podcasts. You don't want to miss this episode!
Oggi comincio il podcast commentando uno dei pezzi che riascolterete per i prossimi 10 anni della vostra vita. Non è trash Africano, è qualcosa di superiore, qualcosa di indescrivibile, qualcosa che ti entra nello spirito diventando parte di te. Il brano è intitolato SPIRITO SANTO, registrato negli anni 2000 da un artista gospel Nigeriano. Un vero pioniere del gospel trash. Vabbè, basta con le introduzioni. Cominciamo l'episodio dai che dopo il brano devo parlarvi di cose intime. Attenzione: Se state ascoltando questo episodio in macchina, è consigliato parcheggiare. Soprattutto se siete neri Italiani.Che Il Signore vi benedica.
I know many of us have heard the term Afro Latino/Latina. Afro is hairstyle it's not a race, culture or country. Latin is a language not a race ,culture or country. So why many people in the America's have used this term in the past 15 years. Our people are soo lost spiritually mentally wow. Every time we used those term we sound stupid and dumb.
L'actualité musicale des vacances avec, entre autres, une affaire amoureuse en chanson, la grande Oumou Sangaré, et la Guinée musicale représentée par les Kantéz, qui appartiennent à la famille du mythique Kanté Manfila. Cliquez sur le nom de l'artiste pour en savoir plus, et sur les titres des chansons pour visionner leur clip : Rosalìa feat The Weeknd La fama Valérie Tribord feat Ariel Sheney et Claudy Siar Replay Le sketch de Valéry Ndongo Yemi Alade, Angélique Kidjo Shekere Oumou Sangaré Sira Kassav' Mwen malad aw 1000 Beasts // Naruda Fall in your arms again Céline Banza Prayer Michael Soumah Musik Les Kantéz Moss bé ba Le sketch de Valéry Ndongo (suite) Mozakoli Biz Ice Pardon yawé Makhalba Malecheck feat MLG Mochristo Miracle Nestelia Forest feat Wayé Ntimani Chorus Mélo En chantier
Steve from Flicks comes into the studio to chat about Neptune Frost - an incredible Afro-futurist science fiction musical which you've definitely got to add to your NZIFF list. You catch it at the Hollywood Avondale of the 1st of August, and ASB Waterfront Theatre on the 2nd. Whakarongo mai nei!
durée : 00:58:27 - La Havane afro-cubaine de la fin des années 20 - par : Marcel Quillévéré - L'écrivain Alejo Carpentier continue à se battre à Paris pour faire connaître la musique de son ami cubain, le compositeur Amadeo Roldán avec l'aide du chef d'orchestre français Marius François Gaillard.
L'actualité musicale des vacances avec, en gold du jour, le Béninois Sagbohan Danialou, le Congo musical avec Fally Ipupa et la Côte d'Ivoire musicale représentée par Shado Chris, Billy Billy et Josey. Fally Ipupa 100 Zoubs Mars Tiako anao Tiken Jah Fakoly Gouvernement 20 ans Patko Voice of the people Mike Kayihura Tuza Le sketch de Manu Bibard Kemit feat Lady Zee Ma vida Ans-T Crazy feat Ibro Gnamet 10 na ifari Shado Chris feat Innoss B Cabri mort (remix) Sagbohan Danialou Zemihin FlowerofLove I love this song Billy Billy Awolé Le sketch de Manu Bibard (suite) Josey Accélérer Crazy Missy Amè may
✅ Audio Drops Every Wednesday, Full Video Drops Every Thursday Tems has shared a cover of the Bob Marley and the Wailers song, ‘No Woman No Cry' as part of a three-song EP released for the upcoming Marvel film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Tems' version of the 1974 original was first heard during Wakanda Forever's recently-released trailer, but was released in full today (July 26), alongside additional soundtrack contributions ‘A Body, A Coffin' by Amaarae and ‘Soy' by Santa Fe Klan.Together, the trio of tracks comprise the film's first musical offering: Wakanda Forever Prologue.#Tems #blackpanther #afrobeats Meet The Podders ✅ IG: https://www.instagram.com/stilltobz/...✅ Tobe :https://twitter.com/Stilltobz✅ Kelly :https://www.instagram.com/mishskagaga...✅ Kojo :https://www.instagram.com/surkjoeosei...✅ Khadija :https://www.instagram.com/khadijamtaboada/?hl=en✅ Fresh off the boat: https://www.instagram.com/freshoffthe......✅ our channel by clicking on this link: https://www.youtube.com/c/FOTBNetwork/✅ Click on our Linktree to follow and subscribe to us on our other platforms https://linktr.ee/fotbpodcast✅ Download our podcast on SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/show/672u7bc...✅ Download our Podcast on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast...
L'actualité musicale des vacances avec, entre autres, une reprise de la grande Binta Laly Sow par Manamba Kanté, la séquence #GénérationConsciente avec Bob Elvis, Elie Kamano et Elom20ce. Naza Baby Lova Tiwony Ah Wa Do Dem Alpha Blondy feat Sidiki Diabaté Layiri Manamba Kanté Bouloun Ndjoury Jeeba Lamou Saff Crazy Missy feat Lyguy Tombé Bob Elvis Oza Yako Loka Elie Kamano La route est barrée Elom 20ce Egungun Koffi Olomidé Chantou Drake Falling Back Beyoncé Break My Soul John Legend feat JID Dope
Araceli Poma and Matt Geraghty are Afro-Andean Funk and they have just released their first album The Sacred Leaf. This project and this music bring together Afro-Andean culture with other African and Caribbean musical traditions as well as electronica and … More ... The post Afro-Andean Funk – New Album “The Sacred Leaf” appeared first on Paradigms Podcast.
L'actualité musicale des vacances avec, entre autres, le boss du Nigéria, Burna Boy, la collaboration ivoirienne des faiseurs de tubes TNT et Shado Chris et la séquence gold avec Lionel Richie, Orlane et Luther Vandross. Cliquez sur le nom de l'artiste pour en savoir plus, et sur les titres des chansons pour visionner leur clip : Orlane Chocolat Andreia Muda Burna Boy Wonderful TNT et Shado Chris Aïcha Abdoulaye Nderguet feat Afrotronix Bardjal Le sketch de Weilfar Kaya Michael Soumah Music Lionel Richie Hello Lynnsha Ne m'en veux pas Les Teriba Omo gué Valérie Ekoumé Mah calcul Le sketch de Weilfar Kaya (suite) Aya Nakamura Pookie Luther Vandross Never too much Justin Bowen Matumba
#MUSICINTHEAIR @Villahangar #PodcastShow THIS WEEK presents >> @djspiritgrow [EPISODE 200-74] #TRACKLIST 01. Amonita - Secret of happiness (Original Mix) / All day I dream 02. Greenage - A Walk in the Clouds (Original Mix) / Tale & Tone 03. Antrim, Rauschaus - Hoffnung (Rauschaus Remix) / Clubsonica Records 04. Haft - The Seven Lucky Gods / Do Not Sit On The Furniture Recordings 05. Sébastien Leger - Son of Sun (Original Mix) / All Day I Dream 06. Shai T - Andalucia (Original Mix) / Do Not Sit On The Furniture Recordings 07. Shai T - Illusions (Original Mix) / Do Not Sit On The Furniture Recordings 08. Gilad Benamram - Impossible Love (Guy Mantzur, Tamir Regev Remix) / 2021 LifeArt 09. Space Food - Soma (Original Mix) / Radiant Site -> www.villahangar.com FB -> www.facebook.com/villahangar TT -> www.twitter.com/Villahangar
01 Wolf Story – Woohoo – Get Physical 02 M.A.N.D.Y vs Booka Shade – Body Language (Daniel Selfmade remix) - Get Physical 03 Biz – Citylights - Get Physical 04 Iris – Thandi Draai - Get Physical 05 Maga – Trust Me Sometime (Nick Warren & Nicolas Rada Remix) - Get Physical 06 Wolf Story – Heart Love - Get Physical 07 Monkey Safari – Palomar - Get Physical 08 Wolf Story – Between The World And Me - Get Physical 09 DJ T – City Life Feat Cari Golden - Get Physical 10 Emanuel Satie feat Billy Cobham – Don't Forget to Go Home - Get Physical 11 M.A.N.D.Y vs Booka shade – Body Language (DJ Tool) - Get PhysicalThe 1-hour radio show includes the latest tracks from Wolf Story as well as the best dance music out there. It can be straight up house music, but also Afro house, soulful House or also Melodic/Pro... Download
In this episode, Chef talks with contemporary artist and Chicago native Hebru Brantley. He is recognized internationally for his innovative and unique Afro-futurism approach to his artwork in street art and anime. He creates narrative driven work revolving around his iconic characters and uses a plethora of mediums such as oil, acrylic, and spray paint. Collectors of his artwork include, Lebron James, Jay-Z + Beyonce, Lenny Kravitz, and George Lucas. He dishes with Chef on his all plant-based diet and favorite food spots. Produced by Dear Media
L'actualité musicale des vacances avec, pour commencer un trio de femmes des Caraïbes, du rap béninois et le reggae de Ben l'Oncle Soul. Stony T'as mal Goldn B. Club K-Reen Calimera Fababy Souler Nikanor C'est pour moi-même Soolking feat Niska Balader Bello Falcao Dibango Dibanga Ben l'Oncle Soul Imagine (John Lennon cover) Papa San Mady Mady cry DRBX On m'a dit Fleur Rasta Lady B. On est là Grand Poucet G.P Power T-Micky (Dro) Vakans Yemi Alade Begging
Hello, TA PODience. We hope you're staying safe, healthy and cool during these extremely hot days. We're back with a brand new episode that we think you're going to love! What drives you creatively and personally? Can you name it or are you still trying to place it? These questions, and so many more, fuel this two-episode arc. Episode 54: “Walk In Truth,” features an inspiring conversation between Courtney and Melissa Parke, Founder of Black Teaching Artist Lab, LLC and a creative that focuses her work and impact in the arts education world. Courtney's conversation with Melissa hits on so many touchpoints that we're certain will resonate with anyone listening like growing up in a time of COVID, what it means to belong and what our perceived placement is in society and our ever-fluctuating relationship with time, process and deadlines as a measurement of success. All of this leads into a discussion about Parke's passion project—creating an Afro-centric social emotional learning (SEL) framework that is inspired in part by a combination of the Casel framework and the White Racial Identity Model, which was developed in 1990 by psychologist Janet Helms. So how exactly did Parke come to shape and mold this new framework? How did she conduct the necessary research and what questions did she ask? In what ways does Parke hope this work will affect Teaching Artistry as a field? You'll just have to listen to find out!
(Scratch Greetings)The World Needs Love - Tommy McCook and SupersonicsRuffles - Victor BoaMy Desire - Johnny ClarkeLonely Feeling - GaylettesThe Hump - Patrice RushenBlind Man Can See It - James BrownAlways There - Willie BoboA.I.E. (a mwana) - Lafayette Afro Rock BandHi-Life (remix) - Wally BadarouLa Danza de Los Mirlos - AfrosoundVamanos Pal 'Monte - Eddie PalmieriEl Dia de Mi Suerte - Willie ColonCravo e Canela - Milton NascimientoTime - Ju-Par Universal OrchestraTheme from the Planets - Dexter Wansel (Waves) KFSR DEEP SUMMER!
This week, we sit down with Zeze Millz! One of our favourite guests returns to the Dope Black Women podcast to reflect on her journey as a cultural commentator. Together with Leanne, Zeze shares the peaks and pits of her journey, the excitement surrounding her involvement with Afro Nation, and what she hopes to achieve moving forward. In between all of that Zeze shares some real gems for us, particularly around going with the flow, not putting too much pressure on yourself, and how to enjoy the journey of successThe Dope Black Women Podcast is all about sharing the stories of Black women from around the world. These are our voices, our experiences. Each week you'll hear from our own presenters, as well as guest stories and takeover episodes. Keep up with everything we do @DopeBlackWomen on Twitter and Facebook, and @DopeBlackWomen1 on Instagram. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
L'actualité musicale des vacances avec, entre autres, le zouk de Medhy Custos, le reggae de Tiwony et le rap de Youssoupha. Amzy Tu me manques Carina Sène Tu me suffis Medhy Custos Sikatris Youssoupha Moula Kizz Daniel, Tekno Buga Tiken Jah Fakoly Où est-ce que tu vas ? Rafiki Gozo Tiwony Ah wa do dem Karmelle Aga Oundé Befa Centro Maniocodépressif Louis Cris Ma touche Fenu Yeton Solo Samarino feat Rebo Tchulo Epesi pasi Serge Beynaud Statut visé Tonton Pal et Binguini Mot de passe
Starlight Thursdays Episode 118 featuring BK Love live at Forest Creatures 5 StarFox69 Camp. This was a truly unforgettable gathering. So many artists came together and created something that can only be described as magic. Getting to play a hand in the organizing, design and curation is always a humbling and inspiring experience. Collaborating closely with The Fox Den along side Core members of Starlight Reunion to build StarFox69 was a dream come true. I've admired everyone on the team and am pretty speechless by the epic art we created together. This set is a reflection of that experience. A collage of different styles tracks and sounds creating something beautiful. I chose some old school house to symbolize our roots and togetherness. There's some melodic Afro house to stitch up a vibe that we are a tribe. A tribe that's expresses one's self with light, images, words and sound. Thanks for being part of this tribe. Thanks for being a Star and sharing your Light at the Reunion. -BK Love-
Today we focus on the Afro-Atlantic Histories exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. This phenomenal show originally debuted at Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Brazil, and is now being exhibited at the NGA. We talk with Kanitra Fletcher, associate curator of African American and Afro-diasporic art at the NGA, about this brilliant massive show. Kanitra talks about the basis for the show and her part in curating the exhibition, Black portraiture, and the lesson that can be learned from the exhibit. Since your boy JBarber could only study the beautiful catalog we thought it would be great to hear a first-hand experience of the show from another curator, Studio Noize fam, Lauren Jackson Harris. Two brilliant Black women in one episode of the Noize. Listen, subscribe, and share!Episode 147 topics include:Afro-Atlantic Histories at the National Gallery of Artconnecting hidden historiesthe journey of enslaved peopleBlack portraiture curating at the NGAexperiencing an exhibitionrelating to work from the pastcapturing historyKanitra Fletcher is an American curator and art historian currently working as associate curator of African American and Afro-Diasporic art at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Named to her role in January 2021 after serving as an associate curator at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Fletcher is the National Gallery's first curator dedicated to acquiring, stewarding, and exhibiting work by African American artists. Fletcher's academic specializations include the art of Brazil and Latin America and the Black avant-gardeSee More: https://www.nga.gov/exhibitions/2022/afro-atlantic-histories + Kanitra Fletcher IG @kanshefleLauren Jackson Harris is an arts professional and independent curator who was exposed to art at an early age and it undoubtedly became her passion. With a BFA in Graphic Design and Art History from Howard University and a MA in Creative Business Leadership from SCAD, I value both education and experience in the arts. I enjoyed networking and cultivating relationships with those within the arts and cultural industry. I have used my innovative strategies and progressive ideas to help ignite the arts community and create new avenues for artists and arts workers. Through managing partnerships and engaging audiences, I hope to add value to the art scene of my hometown of Atlanta, engage and grow with other BWVA's, and transform the art world one step at a time.Lauren Jackson Harris IG @ljacksonharrisBlack Women in Visual Arts IG @blackwomeninvisualartFollow us:StudioNoizePodcast.comIG: @studionoizepodcastJamaal Barber: @JBarberStudioSupport the podcast www.patreon.com/studionoizepodcast
#Falz #afrobeats FALZ is Live On Afrobeats Podcast episode 71 adesope Live We brought you the best of the best Afro, African and Afrobeats Artistes, now is time to have a chat with FALZ. Nobody does it better than Adesope on Afrobeats Podcast when it comes to exclusive interviews, Content & BTS with the heavy weights. You don't want to miss out on this. ►INSTAGRAM : https://bit.ly/3N04TFE , @adesope.olajide - https://bit.ly/3LUFsUx ►SPOTIFY : https://spoti.fi/3x2rURI ►GOOGLE : https://g.co/kgs/V4ceGL ►APPLE PODCAST : https://apple.co/3PRpeP4 ►AUDIOMACK : https://audiomack.com/afrobeats-podcast ►YOUTUBE : https://bit.ly/2LG5UbH ►DEEZER PODCAST : https://www.deezer.com/en/show/2367332 ►SOUNDCLOUD : https://bit.ly/3t4jZSy ►BOOMPLAY : https://www.boomplay.com/podcasts/7111 ►TWITTER : https://bit.ly/3LZqrAI Managed by @Lm Media https://bit.ly/38sZ84c
L'actualité musicale des vacances avec, entre autres, le mbalax de Youssou Ndour, la collaboration béninoise de Blaaz et Zeynab et la séquence gold consacrée à Barry White. John Legend feat J.I.D Dope Barry White Change Youssou Ndour Mama Africa Yodé et Siro On dit quoi Mink's Les femmes ont l'argent Tiitof Charbon Stone Warley Mère ya palais James BKS feat Réo Cragun et Ebenezer Ma wakanda KS Bloom Tou connais pas encore Lyguy Dieu ne dort pas Crazy Missy feat Lyguy Tombé Kayawoto Jeunna Blaaz feat Zeynab Jamais cessé de t'aimer Jade Chantelle Viens on s'aime Square One Aye aye aye
Loah, real name Sallay-Matu Garnett, is best known for her unique blend of Afro-folksoul music - Earagail Arts Festival - Women & the State: Writing Irish History, Sinéad Gleeson & Annemarie Ni Churreain - This is Entanglement – the work of Annex, a collaboration between artists, architects and researchers.
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The gender pay gap is the difference between what men and women make for the same work. According to Salary.com, currently, women on average make 82 cents for every dollar men make. In this episode we discuss ways to bridge the pay and gender gap and provide suggestions on how you can be part of the solution. This is part 2 of 2.
Hey huns! Get tickets to our live show Sept 4! https://shoobs.com/events/68989/black-gals-livin-live So sorry guys for the short ep! This week we have a quick catch up! Jas tells us all the tea about DLT Malta & Afro Nation! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you are looking thinking about getting counselling but not sure where to start, check out www.betterhelp.com/BGL HOSTS:⠀ Jas: twitter.com/jas_bw + www.instagram.com/jas_bw/ Vic: twitter.com/victoriasanusi + www.instagram.com/vicsanusi/ BGL socials: www.instagram.com/blackgalslivin/ + twitter.com/blackgalslivin/ Tik Tok: @blackgalslivin Chat to us using the hashtag #blackgalslivin⠀ Artwork by @thecamru Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adam's explains how his dog seems immune to thunder and lightning and Gina recaps seeing the new play, ‘King James'. The gang takes a deep dive into the Mark Taper Forum before looking at a black power afro pick sculpture. Actor Thomas Jane joins Adam to talk about his new movie ‘Murder at Yellowstone City' and tells the story of how he dropped out of high school and lived out of his car to pursue acting. He explains how ‘The Blair Witch' opening the same weekend as ‘Deep Blue Sea' changed the course of the film industry and talks about his experiences working with Paul Thomas Anderson and Richard Dreyfuss. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: Keeps.com/ADAM Geico.com Apartments.com UE.com/Fits enter ADAM