GETTING TO THE BONE: UNICORN FEATURE, KONGO BONES
We frequently feature Unicorns in our community to highlight their accomplishments and to give you an opportunity to connect with them. Unicorns are catalysts for the next generation who drive positive change. An example of a Unicorn is an individual tackling world hunger or affordable internet availability in third-world countries. Today we feature Kongo Bones.
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WHO ARE YOU?
Kongo Bones. I’m an artist based in Dallas, Texas. My art is through various mediums: music, photography, poetry, film and more.
WHAT’S YOUR PURPOSE?
My life purpose right now is focused on creating, inspiring and building foundations for the generations to come.
HOW DID YOU IDENTIFY YOUR PURPOSE?
Through art. I have a slogan that “Art Always Heals”. The first thing I ever wanted to be was a fashion model, but my talents and interests have evolved. I’m now into music and more.
WHAT PROJECTS ARE YOU WORKING ON THAT EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT?
Projects I am working on now are visual based. I hope to film a poetry short film, as well as a poetry and photography book with my recent work. I also want to get into music heavy and drop an EP for all streaming platforms – I would like to bring live instrumentation to the table this time.
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