Tag Archives: spoken word

Decide to go with REDD or bluu in the NuRenaissance

Music has become even more of a voice in the current political and social climate. Artists have the freedom to offer their take on the happenings in the world. This needs to be taken seriously. Our recent find NuRenaissance takes this to heart with their latest offering REDD & bluu. The musical collaboration came together
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Kate Tempest’s Newest Single is Fire(smoke)

From London comes Kate Tempest, a British spoken-word artist, amongst many other things: playwright, novelist and poet. Though not new to the world of performing and writing at all, Tempest is new to some of our ears with the release of her most recent single “Firesmoke”. It’s a highly-anticipated release that follows her previous three
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Dana Murray Undermines ‘The System’ in New Single

In a bold, exciting new project, producer, musician, and educator Dana Murray creates an album called The Negro Manifesto. The album is a mixture of jazz, spoken word, and hip-hop, creating a fusion of Black culture and a rejection of “the system.”   The Negro Manifesto is more than a clean proclamation of injustice. It delves into
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Leonard Sumner is ‘Standing in the Light’

Since the release of his debut album Rez Poetry, Leonard Sumner has been developing a reputation for his honest poetic style of storytelling. He uses his words to share observations on life which cover family, cultural history, the state of the world and other topics. To help express his lyrics, he uses a mixture of sounds that blend
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