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IF YOU DON'T KNOW, THEN LET ME INTRODUCE TO YOU: Saidah BABA Talibah!! (Interview + Performance added)
Saidah BaBa Talibah brings that RAW interpretation of music that causes you to feel, or at least pay attention. I got her to dig deep and tell us about her inspiration for music, her musical heritage, and her shameless display of her sexuality plus a lot more. There’s more on Saidah after the break, you won’t be disappointed…
“The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and the jess Care moore foundation present Black Women Rock: The Diaspora!, a live music concert and Community Celebration taking place Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17. Live Music Concert Saturday, March 17, Doors at 6:30 PM 7 PM showtime. Featuring Ursula Rucker, Canadian rocker Saidah Baba Talibah (http://youtu.be/oNcxCrOgOM4, http://sbtmusic.com/), the Appalachian Goddess Martha Redbone (http://www.martharedbone.com), the Black Women Rock Orchestra and more! General Admission tickets are $25 and include donation for Sunday's Community Celebration. For THREE STRAIGHT YEARS the concerts have been standing-room only, so get your tickets today at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/159787 or by phone at (800)-838-3006. Due to the powerful voices and mature themes of this performance, parental guidance is strongly recommended; some content may not be suitable for young children.”—Black Women Rock: The Diaspora!
Good Morning Baby
Saidah Baba Talibah
Good Morning Baby
Such a beautiful song by an equally beautiful woman.
Artist Spotlight: Saidah Baba Talibah
Do you dance to the beat of a different drum? Then this urban alt artist is exactly the new dose of flava your iTunes has been craving. Toronto songstress, Saidah Baba Talibah, has been described as a sexy mix between Erykah Badu and Living Color. Intrigued?
With the upcoming release of her debut album (S)Cream on August 2nd, Saidah promises to do more than just pique our interest. According to the artist herself, (S)Cream ”is my coming out as a woman who likes to talk sex & sensuality, broken-heartedness, not taking anymore shit-ed-ness. I growl. I purr. I go to pretty places, harder places and naked places. I wish you joy, despair, heartbreak, inspiration and to be turned on.” Take a listen to Saidah’s title track and see for yourself.