It’s all about music and multiculturalism when Leanda ‘Rastarella’ Falade joins the Girls Around Town on tomorrow’s show.
Herself a host/compere and radio deejay on Kemet FM, Rastarella is Nottingham’s only independent female live music promoter who also specialises in curating events that support unity and multiculturalism under the banner Cultural Vibrations (Unity Through Music).
Born on the Caribbean island of Trinidad, Rastarella migrated to the UK in the late 1980s. The eldest of four sisters, she completed her junior and secondary education in Newark and has been living in Nottingham for the past 16 years.
On Sunday’s show, she’ll be talking to Tina and June about her music and her active involvement in the creative and cultural communities of Nottingham.
She’ll also be discussing her work as a volunteer for OCD-UK and her participation in the nationwide campaign Time To Change, raising awareness of mental health issues within the Black, Asian, Minority (BAME) Communities.
Tune in or listen online between 10am and 12 noon to find out why Rastarella’s motto is ‘Unity is easy when you look within, not at the skin‘…