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The Most Beautiful Creatures

Latoya Burris

A pianist, singer, songwriter and civil rights activist, Simone was known as the High Priestess of Soul for her songs such as “Four Women,” “To Be Young, Gifted & Black,” and “Mississippi Goddam” and her interpretations of “I Put A Spell On You,” “My Baby Just Cares For Me” and the music of Bob Dylan and the Beatles. She died in 2003 at the age of 70 after decades of living in France in self-imposed exile.
— Billboard

Watching this interview, I realize how much more Black women need icons and leaders like the great Nina Simone. In this interview, Ms. Simone talks about knowing and exploring our "Blackness." She is so riveting and empowering as one of the most iconic artist of the 20th century. Buzz is swarming over at the Simone estate which is working with to develop a documentary with never seen before footage of Simone. Can't wait for that to come out.