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The Importance of Our Image

“Please step forward to the spot marked on the ground. Look forward at the camera and state your name clearly for the recording. Remember, don’t be nervous; you’ll do just fine”. 1,513 more words


K'naan - Wavin' Flag

Give me freedom, give me fire, give me reason, take me higher
See the champions, take the field now, you define us, make us feel proud… 342 more words


12:Blogtober: Famous men I'd like dine with

 STEVE BANTU BIKO!!…I mean check out the title of my blog and blog url…if this doesn’t display my love for him I don’t know what else will. 266 more words

Keane - Stop For A Minute

Some days, feel my soul has left my body
Feel I’m floating high above me
Like I’m looking down upon me

Start sinking, every time I get to thinking… 423 more words


What Happened When K’naan Came to Cedar?

By Ayaan Dahir, Engage Minnesota

What people fail to understand is that Somali youth have a right to discuss, question, organize, and protest.

As many of you know, on sunny Saturday afternoon, the West Bank Community Coalition held their annual block party.

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Music Writing -- K'Naan

When I was younger, I used to put a song on repeat and write whatever it inspired me to write. I decided I’d try this again. 602 more words

100 Beautiful POC - Day 32


Keinan Abdi Warsame, better known by his stage name K’naan, is a Somali Canadian poet, rapper, singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist. Born in Somalia, he spent his childhood in Mogadishu, raised within a family well-known for their artistic accomplishments. 538 more words

100 Beautiful POC