Kid Li Radio: Tokimonsta


Another exquiste music artist that I feel like the world don’t truly appreciate. Her melodies pierce your eardrums, going directly to your soul with soft upbeat instrumentals with a few doses of Vibrant Ether!



Billy Ocean: “My Mother’s Death Transformed My Life”

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Originally posted on BlackDoctor:

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The soulful lyrics of Trinidadian-born and British-bred R&B legend Billy Ocean have touched millions across Europe, as well the rest of the world, especially at the height of his career during the 1970s and 80s with hits like “Caribbean Queen” and the timeless ballad “Suddenly.”  Now in his early 60s, Ocean is still making music and touring the world, in large part because of his decision to go vegetarian more than 20 years ago.

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“When my mother died from ovarian cancer in 1989, it transformed my life,” Ocean told the UK Daily Mail in an interview.

“I looked at how she’d lived — a hard-working woman, only to die just three years after I was successful enough to take care of her. I realized I had to take care of myself. So I took a five-year break from…

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Kid Li Radio: Mick Jenkins


I realized I haven’t made a music post for awhile, and there is soo many artists I want to share with y’all. But first I’m going to introduce you all to the smooth, original, and conscious melodies of Chicago’s own Mick Jenkins!


Here’s a personal favorite




Jacobo Ortiz is not a mainstream artist, which is pretty disappointing that the industry is sleeping on such raw talent. He is a friend of mine that creates amazing instrumentals which are so good I even have his music on my iPod (Because we all know someone in our group of friends that make music, but we don’t really listen to it). He is actually a master of his craft, and all music lovers should listen to his vibrant melodies!

Nightmares of the Light by King Mitchell, produced by Jacobo Ortiz





The Annual CULTURAL CONNECTIONS at Dixon Elementary!


At Dixon Elementary School, there is an annual fundraising event where you can buy African products ranging from clothing and jewelry to shea butter and food. Aside from its diverse market, it is a nice place to mingle with different people and to chill at. I used to attend this school and I would always attend this event, so trust me when I tell you;  you don’t want to miss this.


When: March 22- 23, 2014

Where: 8306 S St Lawrence Ave