Joy Oladokun:"I love that people from all walks of life can find themselves in my music"

BIPOC
LGBTQIA+
By
Marit Blossey
March 16, 2024
Exberliner
Interview

The singer-songwriter, who grew up as the child of Nigerian immigrants in a religious community in Arizona, does not want to commit herself to one genre; her three albums released to date, which range between folk, Americana, country and pop, have earned her a broad fan base and critical acclaim.

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Interview
Joy Oladokun
Photo Credit:
Lexander Bryant

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Website

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Color Me Country Artist Grant Fund

to support artists of color in country music

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Podcast

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Color Me Country

Hosted by Rissi Palmer, Color Me Country brings to the forefront the Black, Indigenous, and Latinx histories of country music that for too long have lived outside the spotlight and off mainstream airwaves.

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Playlist

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Queerfolk Artists Nashville

LGBTQ+ artists | Nashville | Queerfolk shows 2021/2022

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