Jidenna not only promotes Culture but he does a lovely job of helping to empower our New Orleans Culture.
This article details one of the First Mardi Gras ever canceled in New Orleans and how our people fought to preserve Our Culture.
Pirate’s Alley you call to me
Lurking in the shadows thieves of old stand ready to rob the ill prepared soul
I adjust meh beret and quick step with dagger in hand
You called me
I was content to swimming in the depths of the Bayou
Content with keeping I mysteries
But you called me to see these men who boasted to have known my treasure
To drink with them and listen to the stories of how only I had made them merry
So I arose
Under the moon’s shine and bid my tail a temporary goodbye to revel in glory with thee
Oh Pirate’s Alley
How theif man a thief a treasure so pure that he would be sure that he had known I
Coming through the entry way
Who be these men of new and old to have joy down this narrow road
Oh Pirate’s Alley to thee I come
Farashuu Ahadi Sakina2017©
This year when we “Laissez Le Bon Temps Rouler” , Quick Step to our Second Line and drink that new drink called Tornado drop some for our Egungun, dip some for our Ancestors, drop some for the Queen Madame Laveau and Remember who We are!
Farashuu Ahadi Sakina 2017©
I Love You with all my Heart.
I can feel the sadness of your destruction on this hurricane but I can also feel the Hope of your regeneration!
Mi Bon Cherie Ayiti, I hold you close to my heart!
Farashuu Ahadi Sakina 2016