Every year the Mann Music Center puts on a Black history month celebration called “Voices Of Hope” exploring the importance of Black artistry and its significance worldwide. My Voices of Hope performance is a collection of songs speaking directly to the various emotions/thoughts that I have on the daily in regards to being Black in America. It was important for me to make a statement with this jawn, so I filmed the full performance at the Belmont Mansion in Philly which was PA’s first stop on the underground railroad. Sacred grounds. We packaged the performance with an EP featuring all of the songs performed, finished off with what I feel is some of my strongest work: “More Than A Month”, a spoken word piece about the need for more than just 28 days to celebrate Black history produced by Eguene “ManMan” Roberts. – Chill Moody
“if your presence doesn’t make an impact, your absence won’t make a difference” – Sebastian J. Cunningham
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