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SpokenHeard with Dahlak Brathwaite and Susan Dobbe Chase

  • Broadcast in Poetry



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Dahlak is a multi-faceted hip-hop artist that maximizes his abilities as musician, actor, poet, and educator within the transformational space of the theater. Since launching into the national spoken word scene by winning the Brave New Voices international poetry slam (as now seen on HBO), Dahlak has performed on the Tavis Smiley Radio show and the past two seasons of Russell Simmons’ present Def Poetry Jam. Dahlak has worked with Broadway veteran and Rockefeller fellow, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, by writing and performing in his critically acclaimed plays Scourge and Word Becomes Flesh. As a member of the organization iLL-Literacy, Dahlak has showcased his seamless, blend of hip-hop, theatre, and spoken word throughout the U.S. and overseas. From 2007 to 2010, Dahlak has released three musical projects, which includes, most notably, his full-length album Dual Consciousness. Currently, Dahlak is crafting a multi-dimensional project entitled spiritrials that will be released as an album and performed as a one-man play.