Honoring the diverse and talented artists in San Francisco who have inspired me.

I have now lived in San Francisco for more that 15 years and I have been blessed to have met people who have inspired me greatly. These include musicians, dancers, choreographers and filmakers. My dream was to include them in my story and show them my appreciation for inspiring me.

I created the site "Dance" to highlight their talent and also give them an opportunity to tells their story. My hope is that we don't loose this wonderful, diverse talent and culture that we have in San Francisco! It's what make this city beautiful! Listen to their story and share their dreams with people you love.


Sila Announces SuperAfrican LP & Comic Book Set to Hit February 25th.

Hailed as “Africa’s James Brown,” Sila has made an immediate and lasting impact on the music world. As a 2010 NAACP award winner for his last record, Sila has delved deep into his soul, taking cues from his musical idols Fela and Bob Marley to create a fiery new record that resounds with inspiration and positivity while speaking to issues of adversity and struggle. Set to hit February 25, SuperAfrican boasts rhythms and a groove that are so uniquely Sila that it will no doubt have you dancing through each and every listen.

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“Dance” Your Troubles Away With Sila’s New Single.

Kenyan funk master Sila returns with his new single and video, “Dance” – the latest effort in a musical odyssey which has earned comparisons to iconic artists like James Brown and Fela Kuti. The simply-titled yet evocative tune finds the critically-acclaimed singer further expanding his repertoire of global grooves, with a soukous-influenced melody laden with guitar, horns, female backing vocals, and a mid-tempo beat.

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