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I work for a tv network fulltime in programming as a liason between the network & independent producers. I also recently started acquiring films for the network's documentary night. I am a lover of good music. I love all types of music from hip hop to soul to jazz to rock to reggae to soca to afrobeat to latin to........
I do a little show called The Afternoon Groove which airs on a French radio station in Rennes and on the internet station at www.fcac.org/webr weekly.
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Please see my video Ms. Melanin (A Dedication to the Black Woman) by Kamal Imani
Got Inspiration? Check out the inspirational hip hop & R&b song “I Will Make It” by Niva feat Kamal Imani
“I Will Make It” inspires you to keep the faith and believe in yourself! What more can we say! Keep your spiritual energy up and rock to this. And, remember to look to the person on your left and on your right and tell them “I Will Make It”! Can I get an AMEN?
Produced by Brother Jonathan of http://www.Newblackmusic.net Soul Griots Music Group RAI http://www.soundclick.com/niva http://www.myspace.com/kamalsupreme
Uhuru sasa! Fahodie seesei! Ominira nisisiyi! Moom sa bopp leegi! Freedom now! Please be sure to check out the exciting things going on here this summer at Abibitumi Kasa Afrikan Language and Liberation community networks!
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