Luciana Fernandes describes herself as passionate, stubborn, and frustratingly human. Well into her studies for her Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Theatre and Directing at The University of British Columbia (UBC), […]
“I am sitting on my couch, after a long, complex, but overall beautiful day. Picturing my afternoon, spent hanging out in the Commons with beautiful black women during Black Joy Sunday, singing […]
“I would love to be a powerful Obeah woman in a high budget studio film. I want the character to highlight Bahamian legends and our culture. I also just love the concept of playing a character that embodies who I imagine my true self to be: a spiritual healer/oracle super villain with superpowers.”
Zamani’s music has been described as many things ‘captivating, soulful, refreshingly pure’ and each time I witness her perform I’m blown away by the talent of this young woman, who just recently turned 18.
My first impression – “smooth crooner.” I immediately compared him to a young Marvin Gaye, however as I listened closer, his music held a hint of Reggae/Afro Caribbean beats, similar to that of Beres Hammond, but I soon came to the conclusion that his style of singing was uniquely his.