Kwesi Abbensetts had the pleasure of interviewing fellow artist Numa Perrier. Titled the long interview, the Haitian born, American raised Perrier discusses her artistry, meditation, motherhood and the phrase “black artist.”
For those of you who may not be familiar with Perrier, her creative resume is a mile long. She is the founder of Black&Sexy TV. She is also gearing up to work with HBO and Spike Lee and is currently co-writing the Lorraine Hansberry biopic. We could go on and on and on but we much rather you get to watching the interview.
The interview was shot last summer on a warm day in July. Their quaint back and forth is well worth the watch.
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