Over the weekend, Spotify celebrated Black voices and community with the return of House of Are & Be during the annual ESSENCE Festival Of Culture in New Orleans.
“In 2019, we created our first-ever House of Are & Be experience, paying homage to women throughout the decades. And this year we’re returning to the same incredible location with even more live music and conversations from our podcast creators,” explained Sydney Lopes, Spotify’s Head of Hip-Hop and R&B, Artists, and Label Partnerships. “With an even bigger lineup of rising and established talent, Spotify’s House of Are & Be continues to highlight the breadth of sounds that affect our mind, body, and spirit.”
Returning for the third year, Spotify celebrated the stories of Black creators with our largest lineup to date. Spotify kicked things off with a hosted brunch that included performances by Mereba and SiR.
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