On episode 22 of BTRtoday‘s When We See Each Other, I chatted with Syrian-African American indie pop artist Shenna, and found out that she briefly studied at my alma mater, Howard University, the Black Harvard.
We talked about her single, “Try Another Taste,” why it’s so catchy and just a serious dose of serotonin! We even called out some of the pros and cons of living in NYC. Listen to the episode HERE.
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When We See Each Other is a bi-weekly podcast centering the work of BIPOC/queer/Trans/non-binary musicians/artists, and also friend musicians I’ve known for some time.
The pod gathers from a broad range of genres, stretching from spoken word to indie rock, pop, alternative, noise rock, hip hop, reggae, dance hall, metal, calypso, funk etc. The show is sort of a mixed bag, where artists are interviewed on their creative process, and how identity influences their work.
This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.