La Soul Renaissance featuring Caliph Sat. Oct 25th at Connecting for Change Conference

photo by Michael Jo Santos

photo by Michael Jo Santos

La Soul Renaissance is honored and excited to announce that Senegalese hip hop artist Caliph has just agreed to perform at La Soul Renaissance’s “Harvest of the Soul” at the 10th Annual Connecting For Change Conference on Saturday October 25th, 2014.

No stranger to La Soul Renaissance Caliph has blessed several shows and radio interviews with our team, and where are honored to have him on the line up of this amazing show at the intertnational Connecting for Change Conference.

Caliph is amazing talented lyricist, producer, and performer and founding member of Good Karma Music. His debut album “Heart in Mind” chronicles his journey as Senegalese immigrant growing into adulthood in the inner city of New Bedford. Deeply personal Caliph’s music brings voice to the all to often voiceless struggles of immigrants and youth growing up in a harsh and cold reality. And yet the listener is left inspired as you journey through his audio autobiography.

For a preview of the magic to come, take a minute to enjoy some video from Caliph’s performance at La Soul Renaissance’s Harvest Showcase of 2014.


Or read this excellent article about his journey written by journalist Simon Rios:

Senegalese rapper spreads the message of hope

Caliph’s debut Album “Heart in Mind” & “Go” music video

Caliph is currently working on his highly anticipated sophomore album which is scheduled for release in the Spring of 2015.

The show will also feature internationally acclaimed Climbing PoeTree, Erik Andrade, the Overflowing Cup Project and more to be announced. 

Admission is FREE for conference attendees and $10 for general public. Please remember your badge to ensure admittance.

If you don’t have your conference ticket yet? PURCHASE YOUR CONFERENCE TICKET TODAY!

Date: October 25, 2014
Time: 6 – 10 P.M.

Location: Connecting for Change, New Bedford, MA

Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn