Love this woman! Dropping some jewels.

After a bit of a hiatus, Out Da Box TV returns with one of our strongest interviews yet featuring the amazing producer/vocalist "Georgia Anne Muldrow". In this episode which is actually Part 1 of a truly in-depth 2 Part series, GAM takes the time to speak affectionately on the importance of the "Seeds / Children" today. Now this was not constructed to be a typical music interview, I specifically conducted it from an angle that would create dialogue about some of the realer issues affecting our children today, and since Georgia's music often expresses concern and care for the youth, I felt it fitting to have this kind of discussion with her. In the interview Georgia speaks affectionately on a number of topics including why she chose to speak about The Seeds on her new album, how we can better prepare our children for a successful future, and how to reach our youth who are often vocal in schools and standout from the box that society generally tries to place them in. There's so much in this interview to absorb, that I don't think my description can do it the justice it deserves. Please take the time to watch Part 1 of our truly in-depth follow up interview with Georgia Anne Muldrow and be sure to check for Part 2 next week, which will be just as insightful for you to view. We hope you are inspired!

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  • http://www.akellolight.com Akello Light

    I am very surprise you would post something like this.
    Great job.

  • PG!

    I fucks with Georgia, but what she talkin bout!!!!!!

  • SupremeSoulstice

    she cool.. this fam foreal forreal.. if you cant recognize ketchup mustard

  • Badger

    I thought you guys didn't post Odd Future! That was clearly Left Brain in a wig.

  • Craig

    Wow I am a huge fan of GAM and SomeOthaShip Connect but how is she gonna talk about homosexual behavior being a call for help? Gonna have to think sit on this because I would never think of a woman has knowledgeable and spiritual to have a piss-poor view of other HUMANS.

  • Cmon Son

    @Craig You clearly have a pre-existing sensitivity to the issue (risky on my part assumption --> you are not heterosexual) so you failed to remotely comprehend what she was saying. At NO point did she indicate homosexuality was wrong or that it wasn't genuine or to be appreciated as much as any love between two people. She was obviously speaking on the "fad" of the younger generation and the hipster mentality of the experimentally gay or risque gay that is penetrating the youth. Even authentically gay individuals can see the phenomena as being true and the dangers of it / responsibility in it that we as adults / parents / and mentors need to take in it. It can be likened just the same to drug use as well as other forms of "fringe" behavior that kids and specifically teenagers tend to display.