Blaxploitation…Exploitation? Actor and Icon, Fred Williamson recently honoured at the TORONTO BLACK FILM FESTIVAL for his achievement in film, breaks down his film demands and his thoughts as to who was really exploited in the 1970’s Blaxploitation films. Check it out here Tell AFRODELIK what you think
Bob Marley, a Messiah.
“Redemption Song” one of the most influential songs to date and the lyrics are still stand true in this day and age.
Dedicated to a special friend who’s a huge fan. Thinking about you
This song is STILL kickin’!
The first time I saw the video “Rapture” by Blondie, I discovered how sexy and kool she really was.
I loved that she was this beautiful punk rocker “chick” rapping over a funky cool beat. She caught my eye, and so did this 1981 music video.
The nod to street culture was great. With the grafitti artist, the ballerina, the dancer in the white tuxedo, and of course the single guy on the turntable who happens to be artist and NYC legend, JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT.
The JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT art collection will be on exhibit at the AGO starting February 7, 2015 until May 10, 2015. If you love him and you want more, check out Basquiat Now
“…you’ve brought some joy inside my tears..” Lyrical genius with a deep understanding of spiritual power, and a musical connoisseur. That is how I describe Stevie Wonder’s music On the Tuesday night of November 25th, 2014, my life changed. I attended the STEVIE WONDER concert in Toronto, and yes with no doubt it is one
A few days ago I experienced Stevie Wonder Live, for the 1st time, and it was one of the greatest concerts I’ve ever seen
This man is a genius, his lyrics are deep and his vision is spiritual and real
Stevie Wonder’s music from the 70’s is my favourite Stevie Wonder and “Living for the City” is one of the best