Rapper Noname Boosts Campaign to Preserve Nina Simone's Childhood Home

Nicole Rojas
Jul 5, 2019 - 6:34

[caption id="attachment_79295" align="aligncenter" width="900"] Noname (Fatimah Warner) performing at Phoenix Concert Theatre. (Nyaomi for The Come Up Show/Flickr)[/caption] Rapper and record producer Noname wants to preserve the childhood home of legendary jazz singer Nina Simone and she’s hoping others will join in. The contemporary poet shared a campaign to restore the small, abandoned home in Tryon, North Carolina. “#NinaSimone is literally one of the most important Black American [artists] we had. Join me and @savingplaces to preserve Nina Simone’s legacy by restoring...

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