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Black Music Month: Seaux Chill

podcast October 22, 2020


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In this episode, Seaux Chill takes a seat at the table with Ekemini and Michelle to discuss his musical background and his approach to music. Nabil Ince, stage name Seaux Chill, is an artist originally from Columbia, MD who has been in the Chattanooga area for the past few years. Piano is his first love, playing since he was 6 years old. However, Seaux Chill also loves writing, composing, and producing music largely influenced by pillars of black music. In 2018, he graduated from Covenant College with a bachelors of arts in jazz piano. He currently functions as the Program Director for a children’s music ed non-profit called East Lake Expression Engine and continues to build towards his own music career. His music can be found on all streaming platforms and more about Seaux Chill’s work can be found at www.seauxchill.com. He is the man responsible for Truth’s Table’s magnetic theme song. Take a seat at the table with us and you might hear a live rendition of our the Truth’s Table theme song. Pull up a chair, grab your teacups and have a seat at the table with us!

Hosts:
Michelle Higgins (twitter.com/AfroRising)
Christina Edmondson (twitter.com/DrCEdmondson)
Ekemini Uwan (twitter.com/sista_theology)
Producer:
Joshua Heath (twitter.com/J_DotMusic4)
Executive Producer:
Beau York (twitter.com/TheRealBeauYork)
Special Thanks To:
The Witness: A Black Christian Collective – www.TheWitnessBCC.com (twitter.com/TheWitnessBCC)
Podastery – www.podastery.com (twitter.com/Podastery)

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