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Harmony Holiday

Harmony Holiday is a poet and performer based in Los Angeles, USA. Her books include Reparations (2020) and A Jazz Funeral for Uncle Tom (2020). Her latest book Maafa will be out later this year. 

 

 

Harmony Holiday talks with legendary Funkadelic musician about making art, NFTs and getting high on paint fumes

BY Harmony Holiday | 10 NOV 21

With cult-like fanfare surrounding his elusive upcoming album, Donda, Harmony Holiday examines the US rapper’s erratic process

BY Harmony Holiday | 03 AUG 21

Lee Daniels’s new offering is rife with the formulaic trappings of a Hollywood-sanctioned Black biopic, but what surpasses is the message in the music

BY Harmony Holiday | 04 MAR 21

On the eve of his 50th birthday, Harmony Holiday pens an elegy to the late rapper, whose death was announced last week

BY Harmony Holiday | 08 JAN 21

In the latest episode of frieze’s Autumn Sessions, the two play and discuss records that embody their friendship 

From Billie Holiday to Kendrick Lamar, Black music has often created space for rest and repose

BY Harmony Holiday | 05 NOV 20

In the Hulu adaptation of Nick Hornby’s classic novel, Da’Vine Joy Randolph shows you don’t always need the limelight to shine

BY Harmony Holiday | 05 MAY 20

Pharoah demonstrates a way to be in the world as a Black artist, expressing a sense of pride that does not violate privacy

BY Harmony Holiday | 27 NOV 19

Recent R&B albums by Kelela, Lafawndah, serpentwithfeet and Solange tune to newly radiant blues

BY Harmony Holiday | 19 MAR 19