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Let the Lyricists Speak! starts with T. Coda and Charlie K.

The Pick-A-Poet Showcase Hosted by Queen Tee and Co-host, Prayer Partner N Rhyme, Sophia Pope Sunday 8PM EST ~ 7PM CST ~ 5PM PST on: THE BLACK LOVE POETRY SERIES NETWORK PRAYER, INSPIRATION, MOTIVATION AND POETRY A DISCUSSION ABOUT CURRENT EVENTS INFUSED WITH POWERFUL POETRY TOPPED OFF WITH A INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE AND OF COURSE THE CHERRY ON TOP A PRAYER FROM OUR GUEST PRAYER WARRIOR! THIS MONTH, AUGUST, OUR SHOWS WILL BE EXMPLIFYING BLACK LOVE!

HERE'S A GREAT START TO OUR TOPIC OF "Let the Lyricists Speak!"

PRAYER WARRIOR FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER: Jalen Havior is a Macon, Georgia native and married to his beautiful wife LaShika. They are active members of Global Impact Christian Ministries in Stockbridge, GA where he and his wife serve as leaders over the Young Adults ministry. 

SHOWCASES OF THE EVENING: Charlie K, from Philadelphia has been performing and recording music for over 10 years. He has toured with and shared stages with some of hip hops elite members such as Nas, The Roots, Mobb Deep, Snoop Lion, De La Soul, Jill Scott and Wiz Khalifa. Turning his music over to the Lord, Charlie k is bridging the gap between God and Hip hop through lyrics, flow and the message of Faith. Ck takes on a mantle few have been brave or innovative enough to carry. 

Brief Bio: West Philly native, Terrence Davis, artistically known as T.Coda, fell in love with Hip Hop at a very young age while invading the tape collection of his older brothers and cousin. Surrounded by music, he developed a passion for the drums in church and the melody of Donny Hathaway in his Nanna's Kitchen, forcing him to listen to all genres of music. 

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