Kumari D’Shay is an artist originally from PG county, Maryland. She is an actress, singer-songwriter, lyricist, musician, producer, and graduate, Cum Laude, of the illustrious Spelman College. She has since moved to Atlanta, and has continued progressing in her career. Recently, she put out an inspiring video titled, “LIES WE TELL.”
This video begins Kumari walking through a forest, while occasionally cutting to historical clips that represent racial injustice. These clips make the listener realize just how many civil rights violations, police brutality, and wrongful injustice have gone on in recent history. A need for reform is symbolized throughout this video, and rightfully so as the video ends with the names of victims of victims of unlawful police brutality. Check out the video below.
A songwriter by the age of 15, Karla Bonhoff has been entertaining audiences for decades. Native to Southern California, she came up in the L.A. circuit of the hippie era, where artists such as Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and so many others were continuously floating in and out of one another’s orbits. Bonoff and singer/songwriter Livingston Taylor will jointly perform at the Birchmere in Alexandria Dec. 11. Together, they will tackle new and established variations on Christmas favorites, as well as toss in their original tunes.
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