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ABRA KADABRA: BEING ANTIBALAS by Himali Singh Soin
Amayo

Is the future in your hands? Say yeaah. Do you pay taxes? Say yeaah. Are your pockets empty? Say yeaah. And your yeahs fill the postered walls of Brooklyn’s Southpaw with positive energy that only amplifies as the night progresses.

ABRA KADABRA: BEING ANTIBALAS by Himali Singh Soin
Amayo

Is the future in your hands? Say yeaah. Do you pay taxes? Say yeaah. Are your pockets empty? Say yeaah. And your yeahs fill the postered walls of Brooklyn’s Southpaw with positive energy that only amplifies as the night progresses.

Black President: The Art and Legacy of Fela Anikulapo Kuti, New Museum of Contemporary Art by Snigdha Koirala
Article 5518  New  Museum

Fela Kuti, composer, musician, dissident, candidate for Nigerian presidency, and the father of Afro-beat, has been compared to Bob Marley and Bob Dylan for his musical innovation and political voice.

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