Presented by Capital Fringe
Erected from the ghettos of Baltimore, Abdu Ali raps, sings, and chats over unorthodox and future sounds, creating music that is visceral, spiritual, and very real.
Abdu Ali is a multi-faceted artist, is a poet as well as a performing artist, who is politically charged, yet offers a message that is needed and educational for the whole family.
Unapologetically black and queer, Abdu Ali is bold, raw, and most importantly life-affirming.
FREE :: ALL AGES!
Fringe curates free live music events in the DC Public Libraries sponsored by the DC Public Library Foundation.
Curated by: Luke Stewart
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