We are happy to announce a new exhibit "Voices of Rage" from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland, OH.
"Celebrating global blackness, GRAMMY Award winning Oakland-based musician Fantastic Negrito blends blues, soul, and rock to underscore the Black experience.
Covering the Inductee Lead Belly song 'In the Pines' speaks to the impact of gun violence that black women experience: “I loved how the song opened up with 'Black girl where did you sleep last night’ [it] symbolized the loneliness and strength of this woman. I have seen this tragedy first-hand growing up in Oakland, CA where so many young people die prematurely at the hands of gun violence” said Fantastic Negrito.
“I believe all art forms and forms of self-expression shape the world that we live in.”
Click here for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 's new exhibit "Voices of Rage".