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NAYAHTONE Features August 11th

Slam winners get $20 and a feature at the next months slam.

Features get 1/2 the door y'all ! ! !
Nayahtone in his own words: "Poet, singer, song writer raised in Grand Rapids Michigan came to Kalamazoo in 2006 to go to WMU to study Organizational Communication. I started doing slam poetry my freshman year where I soon became one half of the poetic duo Poetik Reflextions. after the other half (Mic. J Write) left after graduation I went on developing myself as a writer. My inspiration is Life and the lives of other my pieces usually always are told like a story. I really want people to come to my show and have a blast. Expect to laugh and expect t think but mostly to laugh."

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