Music, Poetry, Literary Audio Book
Celebrate the 400th anniversary of the so-called African-American in this country.
My Journey of Faith To The African Slave Coast, Reconciling a Past Not So Long Ago, documents Rafa Selase's intense seven day journey to the African Slave Coast as he discovers some uncomfortable truths about the Transatlantic Slave Trade, religion, race and gender.
With vivid storytelling, Selase weaves in his trademark poetry (complete with original piano composition in the audio version)
This powerful multi-media collection released on May 15, 2019.
I don't beleive you should put music in a box, with that being said Rafa Selase Music includes but is not limited to the below mentioned genres.
Alternative Hip Hop
Hip Hop that does not conform to conventional forms of Hip Hop but rather using foundational elements like rap in addition to conventional forms of music.
The combining of jazz harmony, live instruments and improvisation with rock, funk, blues and R & B music.
Songs that focus on equality, justice, freedom and liberty. Songs that are against subjugation, oppression and inequality.
Originating in UK with elements of foundational jazz with funk, rock, soul, and hip-hop. Incorporating the timing and sound of more popular danceable music.
Originating in America using a rhythmic, danceable form of music that mixed jazz, soul music, blues, rock and rhythm and blues
Music that is defined by the impact and feeling it produces rather than the instruments or genre.
Lyrics based in social, economic and political awareness and style leaning towards poetry while combining the instrumental flavor of jazz
Jazz Hip Hop
Jazz Hip Hop provides the distinction between language and culture. "Rap" is the language of hip hop; for example lyricists like KRS-One, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole rap to communicate. And Hip Hop is a culture! So Jazz Hip Hop is the combining of the jazz and hip hop cultures.
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The copyright of all videos, poems, music and content belong to Rafa Selase.