Suli Breaks is an accomplished spoken word poet who has captivated wide-ranging audiences and peers alike with his phenomenal wordplay.
Incorporating witty puns, brutally honest observations and perceptions of life he uses his poetic gift to educate young people about London culture and the issues they face. His work covers everything from controversial topics like knife crime and prejudices against dark-skinned girls in the black culture to looking at the funnier, lighter side of life.
Suli has been hailed by world heavyweight boxing champion Lennox Lewis, influential American artist Styles P and Co-Founder of the popular American Def Poetry Jam show, Bruce George as a poetry pioneer of the new school. His poems and poetry videos have graced urban magazine staple Flavour Magazine, national ethnic newspaper The Voice, mainstream UK TV channel BBC Oneâ€™s London News, BBC Three's Free Speech, Sky TV channels Vox Africa and OHTV, leading American urban websites WorldStarHipHop, ConcreteLoop, and Bossip, and numerous other online websites and blogs.
His words bring poetry to life and this can be seen on a global scale now thanks to his dynamic YouTube channel. He engages his audience by showcasing his poetry through different videos, topics and tutorials and has generated over 6,000,000 video views so far.
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