Playing tracks by
Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston, Jamila Woods, Incubus, Imogen Heap and more.
This show was 1st in the global rock chart, 1st in the global interview chart, 5th in the global electronica chart, 5th in the global soul chart and 9th in the global pop chart.
Raised in Chicago, Jamila was surrounded by the city’s native sounds of blues, jazz, gospel, soul, and house, but found strength in her words by becoming part of its poetry community. Alongside her music - which has been widely applauded for its dialogue on Black identity and championing of Black artistry - Jamila has been an educator and mentor to Chicago youth, teaching the importance of spoken word for creative expression.
On Sheroes Mixtape Memoir Episode 6 - titled Finding Her Voice, Building Her Sound - Jamila talks to Carmel about the significance of poetry and how to become even more vulnerable through her music.
Sheroes Mixtape Memoir airs on Sound System every other Monday on Sonos Radio.
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