Black Renaissance

We go again,

I gave minor information (deliberately) to what I consider the Twenties will be like, a short recap is the culture now will settle the sediment of this upside down world we have been living in since 2014 will settle and we will have a new plateau to which we can create original stories, content, inspire & establish the type of programming that is not diluted or convoluted by the thoughts of people being lost and not knowing what they’re doing, really thinking they know how to hit with the younger audiences and their own chosen demographic whereby communicating their message the right way and being able to associate an idea have it hit be fair and not just be a derivative of something from the past.

(Derivative and inspired are two different things)

I am assured that in the Twenties all this bullshit that has been allowed to go on because companies are scrambling like the writers strike of the 2000 but even in a worse way because the writers are here they just can’t get their creativity out and are creating pedantic television.

The cultural shift the twenties will take us through will effect art design film theatre and programming, not for anything bar millennials have aged and got into power positions.

Though the reason I’m writing this is not to create a clearer picture of the twenties but to introduce the aspect of the black renaissance, the bundle of black creatives in this millennial age that have a knack for multiple disciplines without losing quality but to engage audiences all the more thorough. It has never been a better time to be a black creative in the twenties that has been cultivating their talent for the past ten years.

I see the little bubbles in London/UK in Western Europe, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Congo *both that are engaging the tools of the time and establishing themselves; what they have to say; unafraid if backlash or being misunderstood by the Americas; deciding to tell their own stories their way with mediums of the time in the most remarkable time for black voices the World has ever seen.

What I’m talking about isn’t a blip it’s the start of the flourishing of Caribbean and Africans of diaspora who have the mettle to be the people they want to be in this place and time regardless of whether anyone accepts them or not and not lamenting on being who they are and what the America’s would say. Not about integration or separation but creation of the space we will call ours on the main stage because the diaspora blends the Africans and Caribbean so we respect what each other has to say and will assure the celebration of culture and creativity that comes from there not caring at all if the Americans would accept us.

A miracle time of extraordinarily talented people whose voices and sentiment and philosophy and creativity might echo forever more. This culture of Millennials will help shape and shift the future we have enough history to work off the sources the groundwork has been done and the shifts significance will affect government politics policies and private organisations for the better businesses with run greatly for it, GDPs will rise and Trillions of dollars in revenue will be acquired from the emphasis millennials take for the greatness of their individual countries because Africa is great the Caribbean archipelago is great and the people who are the product of the land are blessed and intelligent to produce greatness beyond their years. I am so assured.

I dearly feel that children 60 years from now will look back and dream of being alive now in a time where things are new fresh open and creatively buzzing. For me the Twenties will be incredibly enjoyable I am very ready, whether I’m believed or not is your own – This is, what moves my Dial.

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I document all the information I've gathered in my working and real life using reason and the written word to share with everyone how I ask an artist see the world. I research Plastics and Concrete and I'm educated in tech, design and art history. While having active practitioner experience in Advertising. I use that myriad of technical skills and display how they apply in the world and products we use starting with fashion.

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