Please select any ONE of the following topics. Be CERTAIN you label your response with the appropriate number (#).
What are some of the possible meanings of the quote from Nashon Holloway herself, that was the title of the class and is also the title of this post?
What did you learn about Nashon’s past, and importantly - how did events and people in her life help pave the way for the successful launch of her career?
In what ways does Nashon’s artistry inform her social/political identity – and vice-versa?
Let’s imagine it is now January of the year 2022 – five years from now. What do you imagine or foresee that Nashon Holloway will be doing? Give details in your response.
The critical nature of language is CENTRAL to Holloway’s work as a lyricist. Look up her lyrics on her website and complete a critical analysis deconstructing the meaning behind her lyrics, similar to the way we broke down Glory at the first class.
Once you have answered question #1, #2, #3, #4, OR #5, you may add TWO sentences ONLY about hat you liked or appreciated most about Nashon Holloway’s artistry.
It will be open unti 10 pm on Sunday. FYI: the data to the left of the post that gives a date and has numbers indicating the numbor of comments (sometimes shown with a minus symbol), is erroneous.
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