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welcome! akwaaba! greetings dub wyze talk family! once again i am honored to present to you and to introduce to others another exciting guest, the lovely goddes named "ugochi." come join in the conversation with this superb jazz/neo soul/classical cultural artist. we will be treated to "afro soul" from her cd afro soul effect then i urge you to purchase her whole gallery! you'll thank me.
let's spread peace and love and abunDance!
judahda ra hotep
A child of Nigeria, West Africa, Ugochi has grown into a full-fledged poet, singer and songwriter comfortable enough with her talent for sound and the absence of it. Ugochi’s choreo-poetic style of spoken word has been fused with her unique singing ability in order to generate a more powerful word sound attraction. She has written poems that have been honored in an international anthology titled, “A Storm Between Two Fingers,” and by internationally renowned organizations like Apples and Snakes in the UK. Chicago Music Awards classified her as "Best African Entertainer 2005." Her musical reverberation, part Afrobeat and part Chi-town soul has been cleverly coined Afro-Soul. Ugochi has let her voice be heard in countries such as Europe, Paris, Amsterdam, London, Leeds, Italy as well as Nigeria, Brasil, and Jamaica. Ugochi and the Afro Soul Ensemble were featured on the Africa Channel, Soundtracks at Red Kiva. Call in on 347-215-8985 at 10:30 pm eastern time, 9:30 pm central standard time, 8:30 pm mountain time and 7:30 pm pacific time Wednesday, April 3, 2013. Press 1 to speak.
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Friday's guests: Singer Rahn Anthoni stops by to discuss alleged child abuse of disabled children in Fulton County Schools as well as his possible NAACP Image Award Nod. Singer Ugochi stops by to discuss her new music and upcoming projects.
Welcome To The Beautiful Butterfly Cafe Presents: A Poetic Night with ThaSongbird and The African Buttafly.
The FIRST HOUR we will be Joined by
Theresa tha S.O.N.G.B.I.R.D. Hailing from Chicago, IL and currently residing in Atlanta GA, Theresa
carries an air of southern hospitality and true Windy City wit. As an
artist, educator and entrepreneur she is constantly creating and
giving back. Champion poet at age 18 she has re-invested that passion in the youth, coaching acting and publicspeaking for 6 years. Her students have won several awards and hold 3 state championships in Illinois. Theresa also volunteers feeding Atlanta's homeless community with Ayudagente, and she sponsors her own charitable showcases to benefit Aniz, Inc. to aid the impact of AIDS/HIV in the African American community.
The SECOND HOUR- we will have the African Buttafly herself aka Ugochi Nwaogwugwu. This Chicago native is an international singing sensation. A child of Nigeria, West Africa, Ugochi has grown into a full-fledged singer and songwriter comfortable enough with her talent for sound and the absence of it. A former rapper, turned poet, gone singer, She performed with acclaimed artists such as Common, Malik Yusef, J. Ivy, Eric Benet, Michael McDermott, Edwin McCain, Maxi Priest, Umphreys McGee, and most recently John Legend and Femi Kuti.
Twenty-two year old Jessica Disu aka FM Supreme is a Nigerian American, born and raised in Chicago, IL. She has been writing raps since she was ten years old and at fifteen she found her passion for performance and slam poetry. FM Supreme later became a 5x Finalist and 2x consecutive champion of “Louder Than A Bomb” Chicago’s citywide high school poetry slam festival. As a performance poet and teaching artist, FM Supreme has trained under Kevin Coval, Toni Asante Lightfoot (Cave Canem) Roger Bonair-Agard (Cave Canem), avery r young, Ugochi and other highly skilled prolific writers. FM Supreme is also an events coordinator. She worked briefly at The Jane Addams Hull House Museum (University of IL) where she had the privilege of coordinating DJ Kool Herc (a Founder of Hip Hop) and Clyde Stubblefield (James Brown’s “funky drummer”) in a performance for which she opened the show with her own original music. FM Supreme has worked as talent manager for non profit organization, Young Chicago Authors. There she booked youth poets and performers for performances at the 2009 Taste of Chicago (Fun Stage), Millennium Park’s Jay Pritzker Pavilion Stage, and Brave New Voices Alumnus Open Mic (HBO/Chicago).
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