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Motus Theater is presenting the ReMINDers on Martin Luther King Jr. Day at 2pm at the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder.
This internationally acclaimed Hip Hop/Soul duet is going to empower and uplift your spirit, mind and body: You’re going to get tuned into yourself; tuned up and inspired to be part of a Martin Luther King Jr.’s beloved community; and singing their tunes as part of your new medicinal music flow.
The ReMINDers have shared the stage with artists such as Les Nubians, Snoop Dogg, Fishbone, Barrington Levy, Nas, Mos Def, Big Boi, KRS-One, Rakim, K’Naan, and others.
This event will be one of your top concerts of 2023 – and you can bring young people (aimed for middle-school age on up).
Below are other exciting details and more information on this amazing duo (plus music video above)
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Kirsten and Team Motus
More about Motus Theater’s MLK Jr. Day performance and The ReMINDers:
The ReMINDers are a rare and remarkable musical duo of national acclaim seamlessly blending soulful sounds and roots music with insightful messages and thoughtful lyrics. They have been recognized for their work internationally through concerts, tours, music awards, TV and radio appearances. The ReMINDers have established a firm place in today’s ever-evolving music scene, garnering international acclaim while paving a path all their own.
The group consists of Brussels-born emcee Big Samir and Queens-born emcee/vocalist Aja Black, a collective creative force for creative change. Big Samir weaves intricate rhythmic patterns and powerful lyrics with a bilingual French/English flow. Aja Black has a gorgeous voice, and unique vocal stylings that have moved them to the top!
The ReMINDers transcend the bounds of what is expected. Their stage presence and high energy shows leave crowds in awe the world over, allowing the duo to uplift and entertain all at once. Their unique mashup of razor-sharp rhymes; raw, soulful vocals; and reggae-tinged hip hop beats form the perfect backdrop for their relevant and inspiring themes, leaving a lasting impression on listeners with audiences always wanting more. The ReMINDers take their hip hop foundation and move it beyond genre, time, and space to create a global musical experience that is classic and speaks to all those willing to participate.
Other featured guests include: hip hop poetry and reflections by Dr. Reiland Rabaka, Director of the CU Boulder Center for African and African American Studies; and a monologue inspiring us all to take action to create true justice by Motus monologist Colette Payne, Director at the Women’s Justice Institute.
This event uplifts Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s understanding of the interrelationship between poverty, racism, and justice. It is sponsored by the Center for African and African American Studies at CU Boulder.
Free, family-friendly performance (middle school age and up). Monday, January 16th at The Dairy Arts Center, 2:00 pm- 3:00 pm.