The Red Pump Project's signature event is the "Rock the Red: Bold. Fashion. Awareness." Fashion show, held every year in March in Chicago, IL. "Rock the Red" brings together our passion for social justice and our love of fashion, while commemorating National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
Actress, comedian and motivational speaker, Kim Coles, presided over the festivities for the 3rd annual event, and over 250 people were in attendance!
Atlanta based Nigerian Afrosoul/Folk Singer/Songwriter, Tosinger just released an official music video for her song ‘Ile’ featuring Ghanaian Poet Justice Boateng. ‘Ile’ which means ‘Home’ in her native Yoruba language (Nigeria, West Africa) is the latest single from her AfroSpire project. Ile is a song with the basic message that is summed up in the saying ‘Home is where the heart is’; that is after a hard day’s labor or journey, where there’s love/peace/harmony is where you return to. A place called ‘Home’. Emotional and Inspirational, the music of ‘Ile’ is a reggae swing, laced with prominent guitar licks and smooth vocals with a chorus in Yoruba, which all contribute to that African sound/vibe of Tosinger's style.
Mohammed Alidu, founder of the of the PFCF music school in Tamale, Ghana, invites you to discover the school and its musical roots. Hear the sounds of the instruments, meet with the kings of the Northern region of Ghana, and get a sneak preview of the first song around our music schools, recorded in Mali and Ghana. playingforchange.org/programs/detail/bizung_school_of_music_and_dance