Day: May 5, 2009

Second in a series on the people I met while on the East coast.

Some of you may have noticed that I went from my gigantic, big-ass afro on Nightline to rocking twists the very next day while in Washington, D.C. Who was that person behind the twists? Why, none other than musician, artist, performer and natural hair master, Ajani Sekou.

Ajani, who is performing at D.C.’s Busboys and Poets on 14th and V, May 6th and 9 p.m., was nice enough to do my hair early in the morning after the ABC interview aired. As much as I love my fro it is difficult to wrangle with out all my proper hair products. Ajani was able to give me a more manageable do to end my East Coast tour on.

More pictures and video after the jump …

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Coming to a cartoon near you: The Prince of West Memphis lends his vocals to an animation project by Jai Anthony-Lewis Husband for the Atlanta University Center.Click to enlargeWas doing some Google Image Stalking of TJ Saturday and came across a cornucopia of images of the Teege doing some vocal recording for an animation project called “Kasha and the Zulu King” by Jai Anthony-Lewis Husband.

Obviously Mr. Husband was not aware of this blog and its dedication to all things TJ Holmes related because he could have gotten this piece of free publicity back in February when he put out the press release on the vocal talent and the project as a whole.

Oh well! He’s getting it now!

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