#CROSSCULTURES: Farrah Boule | Tribal Hoprooted
Have you ever wondered what the music of your enchanted ancestors would sound like in the 21st century?
It’s evident that they have manifested themselves in the sounds of @tribal.hop and @farrahboule; a group based in NYC with ol’ school hip-hop vibes and psychedelic soundtracks.
The nature and ancient rhythmics are strong in their sound, due to Tribal Hop’s founder @farrahboule’s longtime initiative to “inspire balance between Mother Nature and Humanity.”
Indefinitely talented and award winning, it would be wrong to not get enticed with the live instrumentation and Black girl magical flow.
They are what the Black diaspora sounds like: Afro-Cuban, Jazz, Rap, Neo-Soul, West African and Caribbean influences are present and can’t be categorized or confined.
@farrahboule, also coined as “Mother of the Drums,” & @tribal.hop mesmerizing performances have been sought after at “renown venues, jazz shrines, festivals, corporate and private events nationally and abroad.”
If you haven’t heard, take a listen!
Watch and read more about @tribal.hop at https://www.farrahboule.com
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