Here’s what you missed…

Here’s what you missed…

French phrase of the day – Voulez Vous…

French phrase of the day – Voulez Vous…

“Voulez vous” literally means “would you like to, do you want to, want to” in French. You will also hear the singular or everyday use as “tu veux, veux-tu, bref” which means the same thing “would you like to, do you want to, want to” in French. Tune in Thursday at 7 pm here on BootlegLikeJazz.com and you’ll hear how it sounds. Don’t forget to subscribe go ahead and enter your email so you can stay up to date with the latest from The 7 Minutes With Q Podcast 🔥⚡️🔥

Here’s what you missed…

Here’s what you missed…

Catch up on what you missed

Catch up on what you missed

Trailer – Common business deductions with Ahngelea Bright

Trailer – Common business deductions with Ahngelea Bright

Certified Public Bookkeeper and Tax Preparer Ahngelea Bright stops by and shares his wisdom for maximizing your financial goals. The numbers wizard gives her opinion of business expenses, healthcare and long term investment planning. More can be found here: https://taxkeepingbyac.com/

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Trailer alert – Big Xodia | Faster Rapper in Houston

Trailer alert – Big Xodia | Faster Rapper in Houston

Big Xodia joins the show and gives us a verse live on the show click below to hear him. Full episode drops tomorrow 7 pm cst.

Meet The Houston Afro Creole Music Festival

Meet The Houston Afro Creole Music Festival

Glen from The Houston Afro Creole Music Festival is back again this year and you don’t want to miss it. Saturday October 2nd from 3 till you will be able to experience some of the best Caribbean Artist out now – from zouk to zydeco and everything in between and around it, taking a selfie from this event will be a vibe 🔥 Some of the Artist will be: Asa Bantan, Teddyson John, TJ Project, Soulfiya, Demola The Violinist, Low Rider and J-Unit Band!!! If these stories resonate with you, like, subscribe and reshare…

Here’s an oldie but a goodie…

Should we hold our vote hostage?

On #tbt here’s a video I did about holding our vote hostage – does this still resonate or are we just spinning our wheels when it comes to advocating for justice? Let me know… If these stories interest you then like, follow and re-share!!!

#HACMF – A brief bio

#HACMF – A brief bio

The Houston Afro-Creole Music Festival (HACMF) is an LLC, incorporated in the state of Texas. We organize festivals and events which showcase cultures and genres of music from around the world. We focus on the Creole aspect of the music and culture, but, invite other cultures to participate. It is our belief that there is much to learn when culture is shared. We want the world to experience the Creole savoir-faire through music, food, dance, arts, and culture. HACMF aims to unite the Creole culture of Africa, North & South America, the Caribbean islands and Europe.

HACMF will host the Afro-Creole Festival annually during the first weekend of October. It is a two-day event which includes the Afro-Creole Concert and Creole on the Ranch. Each event will feature various artists, bands, and deejays from several countries and genres of music. Multiple vendors and sponsors will have their products on display and available for purchase. More events are expected to be added later.

More can be found here: https://houstonafrocreolefest.com/

Interview dropping soon 🔥

Coming up

Coming up – Houston Afro Creole Music Festival

I am really excited about this week’s guest – Jon organizer of @houstonafrocreolefest is going to be stopping by the show. The event takes place October 2nd with artist like @asabantan @teddysonjohn @demolaviolinist @junitbandhtx @low_rider_aka #soulfya 

Find out more at http://www.houstonafrocreolefest.com – Interview dropping this week

Here’s what you missed

Here’s what you missed…

Here’s an oldie but a goodie

Here’s an oldie but a goodie

Happy Labor Day!!! I pulled this one from the vault and it’s definitely a goodie. If you like conversations about jazz, blues, bands and songs that make you feel good click below. I discuss my influences, genres I prefer and other gems you might not know about me. Hey if you like coming to this channel please consider subscribing and resharing 🔥

Trailer alert – Could rap and hip/hop be considered a form of gospel music?

God Body Bingo stops by to discuss the intersection of faith and music…

Click below and hear what God Body Bingo thinks about the blending of genres. Are we already there? Can people from different perspectives come together? Do you cast stones? Join the discussion – if these stories resonate with you then consider a like, subscribe, re-share!!!

#TGIF

#TGIF

As the weekend approaches catch up on The 7 Minutes With Q Podcast new episodes added weekly!!! Did you miss our show about relationships? PSST the link is below 👇🏿

Check out my conversation with @Jha.Allen Digital Marketing Specialist

Check out my conversation with @Jha.Allen Digital Marketing Specialist

Jha Allen is skilled in various aspects of digital marketing and specializes in marketing strategy, web design, social media, content creation, and online automation. She and her team have over 10 years of marketing and brand experience and have worked within various industries’ niches. Jha Allen LLC is a brand composed of two variables: Our Digital Community Management Company that helps seasoned entrepreneurs and established small businesses grow their online presence using proven marketing and branding strategies and Connections HTX our social organization and the heart of the company. We provide networking opportunities for entrepreneurs, and the resources needed to excel in their business and personal life. Our goal is to help small businesses develop their online brand identity, build an online brand presence and generate sales.

Q talks resources for Artists and Entrepreneurs, trends amid pandemic and will we return to normal

Q TALKS RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS, TRENDS AMID PANDEMIC AND WILL WE RETURN TO NORMAL

In this installment of Bootleg Like Jazz, Q covers topics ranging from recent trends amid the Coronavirus, resources for Artists, Small Businesses and other economically impacted individuals and organizations and how the COVID-19 pandemic is forcing to ask questions about what is essential vs. non-essential. Resources: National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) Small Business Administration: https://www.sba.gov/ Houston Arts Alliance COVID-19 resources: https://ready.haatx.com/covid-19 Music by: Matthew Hartnett “No Patience” from the album “Southern Comfort” Director of Cinematography: Alex Q Owner of Bold Media

Music by: Matthew Hartnett “No Patience” from the album “Southern Comfort”

Director of Cinematography: Alex Q Owner of Bold Media

God Body Bingo – Rapper, Songwriter and Dreamer

Meet God Body Bingo | Rapper, Songwriter and Dreamer

Proudly hailing from the Northside of Houston, Texas, Still Dreamin’ Entertainment’s own God Body Bingo brings a breath of fresh air to the hip hop scene with his powerful voice, witty lyrics, crowd pleasing flows, and his overall versatility. A rising star in the music scene in Houston, TX, God Body Bingo aims to reach the masses with good music and serve his community any way he can. Allow me to introduce: God Body Bingo!

Recorded at The Barron Collective Houston, TX

Music by: Matthew Hartnett from “Southern Comfort”

Director of Cinematography: Alex Q

Executive Producer and Host: Q

Letrece G talks “The G Code: 15 keys to successful marketing and branding”, LLC chit chat and pop culture references

Letrece has always been a true writer at heart. During her adolescence she began creating and editing a monthly newsletter that highlighted community events and creative writing. Letrece became illustrious by being a published author in her early teens with her poems appearing in several national poetry anthologies. Her writing expertise became more prevalent during her college years, where several of her articles and essays became required readings for a Sociology course at Loyola University New Orleans.

Letrece has always been a true writer at heart. During her adolescence she began creating and editing a monthly newsletter that highlighted community events and creative writing. Letrece became illustrious by being a published author in her early teens with her poems appearing in several national poetry anthologies. Her writing expertise became more prevalent during her college years, where several of her articles and essays became required readings for a Sociology course at Loyola University New Orleans.

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