Jahleel Kamara and Egypt Kamara are the “Karmara Kidz” These young stars have exploded onto the entertainment scene recently with high profile placements on television shows like “POWER”, on Starz, and films such as “FEVER”. Other appearances include a segment on ABC “NIGHT LINE”, and ads for WALMART, TARGET, GAP and so many others.
Jahleel is now set to appear with an upcoming role in Jussie Smollett’s feature directorial debut “B-Boy Blues” alongside Grammy-nominated recording artist Ledisi (Selma), Timothy Richardson (David Makes Man), Brandee Evans (P-Valley) and others – which is currently in production in NYC.
I was recently invited to join a listening party by “Gofobo” that took place on 9/1/2020. If you don’t know what Gofobo is….it is a company that promotes and advertises media releases that sometimes gives away passes to see movies in theaters a few days early.
I have received quite a few over the years and I encourage others to join their email list. I believe they branched out with something new for this listening event. Usually the events are in person screenings it was an audio screening.
The production was created by a company called “Wondery” who is the producer of audio books.
The screening featured the first chapter from a 6 part series audio book titled “Bunga Bunga”. The audio book gives detail on the rise and fall from political power of Silvio Berlusconi, “Italian Media Magnet and Prime minister” Brittanica.com, who was known for things like sex parties.
I do not want to give a lot away but I am surprised that I have not heard more about Mr. Berlusconi. He was extremely popular in Italy and he was a big influence on the world. I learned that he recently died this year in 2020.
I always like to get invites and I hope that Gofobo continues to send me more. you should sign up too. I read… so the audio book experience was not bad for me I actually enjoyed presentation.It was to simply say different. The piece was orated by Whitney Cummings and at the end I got to see a Q&A with her and the creator. That was a plus. The Q and A portion allowed for me to see the people who created the production, get to know them a little bit, and get some questions on my mind answered like why they were moved enough to create the “Bunga Bunga” production.
If you are a history buff like me, like audio books, or reading I highly recommend checking out this series. Look up the term “BUNGA BUNGA” I am sure it will spark some interest.
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Come into my world and check out this playlist of about 100 songs that I put together. This is not all the music or the only music and artist that I like but… these tracks have been getting me through the start of a new lifestyle caused by Covid-19. When I am getting in the zone to write I like a little incense (cough cough) and music. This playlist is what I am listening to right now writing this.
I am big into production and beats. This playlist consist of a lot of artist, Future, Foogiano, Doe Boy, 2316 Wuan, Gucci Mane, Travis Scott, Big Sean, Saint John, Yo Gotti, Kanye, lil Uzi, and a bunch more.
Grace Weber is a songstress with a soulful voice and is well known for her dope covers of popular songs from artist including Stevie Wonder and India Irie… this post is to highlight her cover for Frank Oceans “Forrest Gump”.
I found this performance pleasing… Not knowing the work of Frank Ocean I was convinced it was her song. Watch the video below and decide for yourself if she owned it.
Well… what do you think?
Check her out on YouTube if you enjoyed this video.