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  • Jabari Exum: Drumming

    Jabari Exum: Drumming

    Steeped in the dynamism and social consciousness of hip-hop’s golden age and his own family’s African-centered spiritual and cultural perspectives, Jabari Exum realized his mission of bringing forth balance and understanding to the lives of others through music and poetry at an early age. Jabari is a drummer, rapper, producer, poet, keyboardist, percussionist and dancer. He is also a founding member of the duo – Hueman Prophets, a Washington, DC-based hip-hop duo known for their dynamic and inspiring live performances. […]

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  • Afi: Unbelievable

    Afi: Unbelievable

    Multitalented, Afi sings and pens tunes worthy of Washington DCs soulful heritage. This Howard University musical theatre graduate began performing at the age of two in traditional African dance. She soon incorporated singing, drama, and other forms of dance into her repertoire. http://afigotsoulmusic.com

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  • Kitchen Quartet: Shannon Dunne and Sean McComiskey

    Kitchen Quartet: Shannon Dunne and Sean McComiskey

    Shannon Dunne- Concertina. Shannon is well known in the Irish music scene as a sean-nos dancer, with an impressive resume of performances, teaching experience, and collaboration. She began playing concertina in 2006 as an attempt to deepen her understanding of the music and became obsessed with the instrument. She has studied with Tim Collins, Geroid O’Halveran, Edel Fox and Dana Johnson. To learn more about her dance, her music or simply her, visit: http://shannondunne.com/ or facebook: shannon dunne dance, or lastly, twitter: […]

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  • Maimouna Youssef: These Jeans

    Maimouna Youssef: These Jeans

    Maimouna “Mumu Fresh” Youssef is a Grammy nominated seasoned singer, emcee, songwriter and poet. She received a Grammy nomination for her contribution on the Roots hit “Don’t Feel Right” in 2007 for best rap song.

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  • Super Women and One Man Playing the Bass

    Super Women and One Man Playing the Bass

    What Super Power would you want to have? This is just the beginning of a string of conversations around what powers people would want and why. Mike Sander on the Bass: info coming. Featuring: Lalicia Roman, Kareema Cockrell, Da Button Pusha, Jessica Williams, Yah Lioness and  Ranika Chaney.

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  • Shannon Briggs: A Freestyle

    Shannon Briggs: A Freestyle

    ShayBriggs holds it down at Loyola University in New Orleans. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa…and from the same area as the Director, she came through and gave us 15 minutes of flow, voice and inspiring words. Look out for this young lady!

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  • Bomani Armah: President’s Talking About Change

    Bomani Armah: President’s Talking About Change

    Meld the cutting social wit of Aaron MacGruder and the boundless creativity of Andre 3000, and you have a glimpse of multi-media artist, Bomani Armah. Bomani is a man of many titles, skills and alter egos.

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  • Maimouna Youssef: The Realest Thing

    Maimouna Youssef: The Realest Thing

    Maimouna “Mumu Fresh” Youssef is a Grammy nominated seasoned singer, emcee, songwriter and poet. She received a Grammy nomination for her contribution on the Roots hit “Don’t Feel Right” in 2007 for best rap song.

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  • LoRen Knight: It Was Over

    LoRen Knight: It Was Over

    Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, LoRen Kinght is a songwriter and performer. http://twitter.com/#!/LoRen_Gunz

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  • Emmett Williams: The One

    Emmett Williams: The One

    Originally from St. Louis, Emmett cut his musical teeth playing in bands during stops in Philadelphia, New York, Istanbul and London. While his influences run the musical spectrum of punk, funk, rock, and country, he found his calling as a folksinger. But he has yet to be pigeonholed into any musical category. As David Browne from Entertainment Weekly states, “Emmett Williams is a singer-songwriter, but that’s where the cliché’s end.” http://www.emmettwilliams.com http://www.twitter.com/emmettwilliams

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