One of my favourite social media platforms is SoundCloud and a big part of that is this song. I first ran into this song randomly but since the first time it graced my eardrums, every time I had subsequently played it, it has been on repeat.
As a lover of everything to do with performance art, I frequent at live shows and imagine my surprise when I was at a show and realized that the song I’m listening to, is that song that I’ve had on rotation on multiple occasions and up until this point I had never even really tried to research the artist. I believed this moment to have been one of my highlights of 2015 and since then I’ve been an avid follow of Tilly.
With that saying in mind, meet The BrotherHood, also known as TBH.
Who is/are The BrotherHood?
Four Brothers; three related by blood, and the fourth by common interest in football and most importantly, the arts.
Half of TBH is made up of two amazing poets, Dxggz (pronounced Diggz, obviously) and Magero, who’ve both recently infiltrated the spoken word scene by their unmatchable and wonderfully unique styles of captivating audiences all over.
This is one of the most powerful pieces of poetry released in 2015 and it’s a poem that raises the roof whenever and wherever it’s performed.
The most notable aspect of this poem is that although it’s an empowering poem aimed primarily at women of colour/african descent, it does not incite any malice towards people of other races.
Sue Lily is a talented singer/songwriter from the South London.
Upon listening to her music, you’d be hard done to discover that she’s only mustered the courage to sing outside of her intimate circle of friends for only about a year now.
Her style is neo-experimental-soul with a hint of old-school hip-hop.
‘The H’ is a short project documenting the healing process and her tracks highlight the confusion and conflicting feelings together with reflections & perspective.
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