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Latifah Damali – Mia Sorella | Spoken Word

  Up and coming London based poetess, Latifah Damali, has released her newest spoken word piece, entitled “Mia Sorella” (“My Sister” in Italian). “Mia Sorella” is a motivational piece that was inspired by her sister, and her true stories told about parenthood. She uses her sisters experiences to encourage other young mums to keep their head up and never give[…]

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Aaliyah Sagal – Anxiety | Spoken Word

  Emerging 22 year old, London based spoken word/poetess and vlogger, Aaliyah Sagal, has debuted her newest spoken word piece, entitled “Anxiety”. A distinctive emotion that she has chosen to address in the hope to reach out to those suffering in silence can learn how to address and deal with it.   The sole purpose of this poem seeks is[…]

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Dan Bosi – Work | Spoken Word

  Dan Bosi, a trap poet and spoken word performer, with a couple of years experience of performing live on London’s very own session stages, has devised his own rendition to Rihanna and Drake’s summer smash hit, “Work”. Dan Bosi endeavours to deliver as a poet as he is always consistent with his lyrical and skillful spoken word talent.  […]

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Nego True – Good Morning Text | Spoken Word

  East London based spoken word artist and rapper, Nego True, has released the introductory visual to his latest project, “Good Morning Text”, ahead of his first ever live EP release, entitled The Date Night, due to drop next week.   In true fashion, Nego has decided to twist the concept of the EP, so that at certain times throughout[…]

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Yomi ‘GREEdS’ Sode – Other Kids Crying | Spoken Word

  One of the best spoken word artists I have ever heard. Period, and I may be biased here but trust me, this man is cold! London-based British Nigerian poet Yomi ‘GREEdS’ Sode takes to BBC 1Xtra’s Words First event at the Roundhouse on May 31 to perform “Other Kids Crying”. Listen below and marinate in some of GREEdS’ back[…]

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