“I totally come out of my shell to a certain extent. Guys I’m stripping, I’m playing on stage, I’m really having fun!”
I’ll be performing with a 3-piece band (a lead guitarist, bassist and percussionist) for an hour-long production, just those elements nje of music and time have made me surpass any effort I’ve put into a poetry performance before, it will be like no other.
I grew up shy and inexpressive. Poetry helped in unleashing those shackles, it helped me find my voice and enabled me to shout it out. So, poetry is of extreme importance to me as it allows those who are/may be voiceless, to find a voice and a platform to just shout.
“We’ve come together to have a conversation about love as black men living in South Africa today. I’m excited to hear love stories and share love stories and to grow together through the beauty of our love and our lies. ” – Xabiso Vili
Thobani has spent the season experimenting with different writing styles, we find out what brought this on and who he is gunning for at the finale.
We caught up with Word N Sound Season 6 Poet of the Year, Mr Kori Strange ahead of this year’s final battle at #WNSFet6.
We had a little one on one with Rabbie Wrote who is one of our Top 5 finalists from this years Poetry League, giving us some insights from the seasons.
B-Lyrical has worked her way into the Poetry League finale for the second year in a row. We caught up with her to find out how she’s feeling ahead of the final clash.
NazfLoe is definitely the underdog…but that’s not to say she won’t be putting up a fight at the Season 6 Poetry League finale.
It is that time of the year again where we celebrate the voices that often serve as a compass to the voices inside of own heads.