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London Migration Film Festival: Crossing Voices with Intro

London Migration Film Festival: Crossing Voices with Intro

Directed by Raphaël Grisey, Bouba Touré 2022 | 123mins | France, Germany | Crossing Voices (Xaraasi Xanne) + director meet and greet Join us in Bar Paragon from 8pm for a discussion with director... Using rare cinematic, photographic and sound archives, Crossing Voices recounts the exemplary adventure of Somankidi Coura , an agricultural cooperat
TELL THE TRUTH IN YOUR MUSIC!!!MC SUPERNATURAL 
A message to the young generation of rappers (all genre) from MC Supernatural, also known as the Master of FreeStyle

When MC Supernatural started his journey into rap, he was 14 living in Marion, Indiana. His cousins lived in New York where he spent time from the age of 15 and joined the hip hop movement. At 18, he moved to New York and Washington Square Park became his Scene where he daily displayed his huge talent  freestyling, lyricism, presence and battle rapping abilities. He was signed by Sylvia Rhone, the 1st female Black CEO in the American Music Industry at age 19 to the label Elektra Records where he recorded “Natural Disasters” in 1994. In those days, the label had cultural speakers coming at monthly events to allow for the artists’ roots to run deep and gave them a solid foundation. Artists could then live by MC Supernatural slogan “Study your Past, Live in Your Present, Project your music in the Future”. He compares the nourishment the music industry gave back in the days as “a good oatmeal bowl” to the music industry now feeding artists (and the larger public) on “powder milk”. MC Supernatural, an Afro American of Nigerian Descent always had a clear sense of identity and of his own history and roots. Once in a family gathering, a fellow brother born in Africa challenged his presence as he considered him an outsider. MC supernatural told him to go study and know his history. “Don’t you know that only the strongest Africans made it through the middle passage” referring to the transatlantic trade. “I am a real African and I am the offspring of the strongest”. MC Supernatural soon realised that big labels’ visions and his craft were clashing. Rap was not just about making money or living a materialistic life. He would not sell his soul and kept his authenticity. Hence his close working relationships with rappers such as KRS One with whom he produced a number of “off the record” albums. 
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TELL THE TRUTH IN YOUR MUSIC!!!MC SUPERNATURAL A message to the young generation of rappers (all genre) from MC Supernatural, also known as the Master of FreeStyle When MC Supernatural started his journey into rap, he was 14 living in Marion, Indiana. His cousins lived in New York where he spent time from the age of 15 and joined the hip hop movement. At 18, he moved to New York and Washington Square Park became his Scene where he daily displayed his huge talent freestyling, lyricism, presence and battle rapping abilities. He was signed by Sylvia Rhone, the 1st female Black CEO in the American Music Industry at age 19 to the label Elektra Records where he recorded “Natural Disasters” in 1994. In those days, the label had cultural speakers coming at monthly events to allow for the artists’ roots to run deep and gave them a solid foundation. Artists could then live by MC Supernatural slogan “Study your Past, Live in Your Present, Project your music in the Future”. He compares the nourishment the music industry gave back in the days as “a good oatmeal bowl” to the music industry now feeding artists (and the larger public) on “powder milk”. MC Supernatural, an Afro American of Nigerian Descent always had a clear sense of identity and of his own history and roots. Once in a family gathering, a fellow brother born in Africa challenged his presence as he considered him an outsider. MC supernatural told him to go study and know his history. “Don’t you know that only the strongest Africans made it through the middle passage” referring to the transatlantic trade. “I am a real African and I am the offspring of the strongest”. MC Supernatural soon realised that big labels’ visions and his craft were clashing. Rap was not just about making money or living a materialistic life. He would not sell his soul and kept his authenticity. Hence his close working relationships with rappers such as KRS One with whom he produced a number of “off the record” albums. For more info, check us on FB Afro Culture 2018 @London, United Kingdom

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TELL THE TRUTH IN YOUR MUSIC!!!
MC SUPERNATURAL

A message to the young generation of rappers (all genre) from MC Supernatural, also known as the Master of FreeStyle

When MC Supernatural started his journey into rap, he was 14 living in Marion, Indiana. His cousins lived in New York where he spent time from the age of 15 and joined the hip hop movement. At 18, he moved to New York and Washington Square Park became his Scene where he daily displayed his huge talent  freestyling, lyricism, presence and battle rapping abilities. He was signed by Sylvia Rhone, the 1st female Black CEO in the American Music Industry at age 19 to the label Elektra Records where he recorded “Natural Disasters” in 1994. In those days, the label had cultural speakers coming at monthly events to allow for the artists’ roots to run deep and gave them a solid foundation. Artists could then live by MC Supernatural slogan “Study your Past, Live in Your Present, Project your music in the Future”. He compares the nourishment the music industry gave back in the days as “a good oatmeal bowl” to the music industry now feeding artists (and the larger public) on “powder milk”. MC Supernatural, an Afro American of Nigerian Descent always had a clear sense of identity and of his own history and roots. Once in a family gathering, a fellow brother born in Africa challenged his presence as he considered him an outsider. MC supernatural told him to go study and know his history. “Don’t you know that only the strongest Africans made it through the middle passage” referring to the transatlantic trade. “I am a real African and I am the offspring of the strongest”. MC Supernatural soon realised that big labels’ visions and his craft were clashing. Rap was not just about making money or living a materialistic life. He would not sell his soul and kept his authenticity. Hence his close working relationships with rappers such as KRS One with whom he produced a number of “off the record” albums. 
For more information check us on FB Afro Culture 2018
#mcsupernatural #breakinconvention #hiphop #freestylerap #afroculture2018 @London, United Kingdom

TELL THE TRUTH IN YOUR MUSIC!!! MC SUPERNATURAL A message to the young generation of rappers (all genre) from MC Supernatural, also known as the Master of FreeStyle When MC Supernatural started his journey into rap, he was 14 living in Marion, Indiana. His cousins lived in New York where he spent time from the age of 15 and joined the hip hop movement. At 18, he moved to New York and Washington Square Park became his Scene where he daily displayed his huge talent freestyling, lyricism, presence and battle rapping abilities. He was signed by Sylvia Rhone, the 1st female Black CEO in the American Music Industry at age 19 to the label Elektra Records where he recorded “Natural Disasters” in 1994. In those days, the label had cultural speakers coming at monthly events to allow for the artists’ roots to run deep and gave them a solid foundation. Artists could then live by MC Supernatural slogan “Study your Past, Live in Your Present, Project your music in the Future”. He compares the nourishment the music industry gave back in the days as “a good oatmeal bowl” to the music industry now feeding artists (and the larger public) on “powder milk”. MC Supernatural, an Afro American of Nigerian Descent always had a clear sense of identity and of his own history and roots. Once in a family gathering, a fellow brother born in Africa challenged his presence as he considered him an outsider. MC supernatural told him to go study and know his history. “Don’t you know that only the strongest Africans made it through the middle passage” referring to the transatlantic trade. “I am a real African and I am the offspring of the strongest”. MC Supernatural soon realised that big labels’ visions and his craft were clashing. Rap was not just about making money or living a materialistic life. He would not sell his soul and kept his authenticity. Hence his close working relationships with rappers such as KRS One with whom he produced a number of “off the record” albums. For more information check us on FB Afro Culture 2018 #mcsupernatural #breakinconvention #hiphop #freestylerap #afroculture2018 @London, United Kingdom

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Afruika Bantu Saturday School KWANZAA

Afruika Bantu Saturday School KWANZAA

Join Afruika Bantu Saturday School on Wednesday 28th December 2022 to celebrate Kwanzaa in style SAVE THE DATE Afruika Bantu Saturday School Community Kwanzaa UJIMA Collective Work and Responsibility KWANZAA is an Afrikan Family Cultural Celebrations - especially for the children. Based around 7 life-saving principles. PROGRAM Libation ● Cultural
La coiffure traditionnelle rwandaise Amasunzu

La coiffure traditionnelle rwandaise Amasunzu

Source: Internet La coiffure traditionnelle Amasunzu est de loin l’une des plus créatives de tous les temps. Encore porté aujourd’hui, elle était et est toujours un symbole de fierté au Rwanda. La coiffure Amasunzu représentait différents rôles et étapes dans la vie des femmes et des hommes. Lorsque les guerriers portaient le style, il
TELL THE TRUTH IN YOUR MUSIC!!!

TELL THE TRUTH IN YOUR MUSIC!!!

A message to the young generation of rappers (all genre) from MC Supernatural, also known as the Master of FreeStyle When MC Supernatural started his journey into rap, he was 14 living in Marion, Indiana. His cousins lived in New York where he spent time from the age of 15 and joined the hip hop movement. At 18, he moved to New York and Washington
L'héroïne nationale jamaïcaine Queen Nanny

L'héroïne nationale jamaïcaine Queen Nanny

Queen Nanny Photo credit: The Black Kings & Queens Project Nanny, connue sous le nom de Queen Nanny était une dirigeante marron et une femme Obeah en Jamaïque à la fin du 17ème et au début du 18ème siècle. Les Marrons étaient des africains, forcés à travailler comme esclaves dans les Amériques, qui s'étaient échappés et qui ont form
Painting Our Past: The African Diaspora in England

Painting Our Past: The African Diaspora in England

English Heritage has commissioned a series of portraits depicting six historic figures from the African diaspora whose stories have contributed to England's rich history. Each artist has been supported by our curators and historians to creatively portray their subject, and the paintings will be hung at the English Heritage site connected to its sub