Charm Taylor is a musician who sings and raps about her ancestors, her devotion to Yoruban deities known as orisha, and the pain, joy, and eternal hope that comes with being a Black American woman. Her Bandcamp page describes her thusly, “One part heaven one part earth. One part ancient one part future. Presently, the supernova, vocalist, song writer, and universe whisperer gifts us fresh melodic emcee energy and soul stirring content hovering somewhere between the collective essence of Ms. Lauryn Hill, Sun Ra, Fela Kuti, and the unknown.” Charm was the frontwoman for the punk rock-n-soul band, The Honorable South, for many years. As a solo artist, she has released albums including a gorgeous EP called The Road Within, which celebrates her connection to her ancestry and African spirituality, and her newest LP called She Is The Future, which is an Afrofuturist ode to divine feminine power. Charm makes music and magic in New Orleans.

On this episode, Charm discusses her sonic spiritual awakening, the power of Black visionary magic, and the creative and economic promise of NFTs.

Pam also talks about the spiralic energy of spring, and answers a listener question about using spellcraft to stop a copycat.

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