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Singer-Songwriter Releases New Timely Single “The Medicine”

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Grammy Nominated artist, Dee Wilson just released his newest single “The Medicine”. This single tackles some our biggest issues within society today. As always, wrapped in words that are delivered more like lyrical poetry, this singer/songwriter sings from a place of conviction that arrests the listener’s attention each time in a way that can’t be ignored. Just scroll down to listen for yourself…

“The Medicine” – Full Music Video

 

If you are new this artist, you can find more of his music via the links at the end of this article. He is also apart of the team Common Hymnal – a worship collective that believes in amplifying the voices of believers within the Christian culture who not only sing songs of encouragement, worship, life, etc. But, they just as freely believe in the importance and responsibility of singing honest songs that show our humanity as believers and songs that show the Christian perspective to societal issues and other current events.

 

If you’re a fan of Dee’s newest single “The Medicine”, you’ll find more like it in his last album release “Black & White Hymnal”, as well as with his collaborations with the Common Hymnal team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click the above image to stream on Soundcloud.

 

Tamara is the founder of ArtSoulRadio.com and a contributor for Ebony/Jet Magazine and other publications. She also works in TV/Film production and has a strong passion for the arts, community outreach, teaching and working with the youth. Learn more at www.tamarallyoung.com and follow her on social media.

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Spoken Word Poet Taijun Speaks On The Black Experience w/ New Piece

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2020 put a spotlight on racism in America as the world came to a stop due to the Covid19 pandemic. The silence that the pandemic brought made it impossible to ignore that racism is the age old pandemic that America has been living with for generations.

Video after video has flooded social media this year of Black men and women dying at the hands of police officers and/or being effected by race related incidents in other various ways. It’s easy for everyone to wonder… “How are we really doing in America?”. It’s easy to wonder “Are we growing”, or “Do our Black friends and family members feel safe”?

On November 21st, Spoken word poet Taijun Waters put a voice to the Black Man’s Experience with the release of his recent poem “I Wonder”; and the world has been listening.

When speaking about the inspiration behind writing this poem, Taijun’s “why” is clear. He wanted to express his feelings and offer clarity to those who don’t know what it’s like to live the Black Experience everyday.

“I penned this spoken word from deep curiosity about the world around me. This poem shares the fragility, confidence, and the wonders of having black skin. I hope it inclines a listening ear from anyone looking to understand, and reminds any black sister/brother in this time to feel loved & unafraid.”

SELF LOVE IS HEALING

As Taijun comes to a close of his poem, he says “…and I still rather be Black”. This is a mantra of resilience and self love that he wants everyone living in the Black experience to take away from his poem.

He recently released new hoodies to promote this movement of Black Self Love. Check out his full poem released on November 21st and get a hoodie to remind others that despite the challenges and hardships that Black communities have had to endure, “Black is and will always be Beautiful”.

MORE ABOUT THIS ARTIST:

Born and raised on the southside of Chicago, Taijun Waters is an artist who has many ways of sharing his thoughts and ideas.

Growing up listening to hip-hop and exploring literature, Taijun began to write poetry at a young age. By the time Taijun entered college, film was also a major area of focus.Thus, now, he chooses poetry + film as an avenue to share his thoughts and observations on life.

Taijun often infuses wisdom and truth into overlooked gray-areas of societal dilemmas and self-image.

His hope is to invoke emotionally healthy conversations on real life topics.

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ArtSoul Radio Presents “The Uplift” Conversation Series! Don’t Miss Our First Episode Coming October 9th!

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ArtSoul Radio​ presents “The Uplift” Conversation Series! Tune in October 9th for our first talk titled “The Black Man: The Complexity of Our Identity”. This is the black man’s response to racism in culture. Don’t miss this one!!

RSVP for a reminder here: https://bit.ly/2HL7giV

Scroll down to see bios for each featured guest.

UPDATE:
Watch the replay of this full conversation below! Continue to scroll down to learn more about everyone featured.

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Koryn Hawthorne Releases Video For New Single “Speak To Me”

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Koryne Hawthorne debuted her latest video for her single “Speak To Me” during the Stellar Awards which she Co-hosted along with Jonathan McReynolds and Kirk Franklin. If you missed her hosting at the Stellar Awards or still have yet to catch the new video, scroll down! We’ve got you covered!

New Video: “Speak To Me”

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