Ekio Juburoho: Carlos (Ekio) currently resides in the Chicago area where he continues to create his art. He is a graduating senior majoring in Theatre and Performance at Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA. Carlos as an actor, writer and songwriter has written devised pieces in theatre such as “Blk Girl Blk Boy” (Directed by Erin Washington at Spelman College). Ekio interned at UGA and in two weeks he participated in crafting devised pieces and wrote original music entitled “Bad Boys Make Good Roads” and it was used for “By Our Hands”(Directed by Amma Y. Ghartey-Tahoe Kootin, Emily Sahakian, Julie B. Johnson and Keith Arthur Bolden). He has also been selected to curate his visual art and performance for SoulCenter programming entitled “The Rif” in Atlanta, GA. Musically, Ekio has released his first project “Social Distance”. This project is an EP that encapsulates lyricism, social issues and theory. He has also wrote, and performed in his short film “Blychedelic”. “Blychedelic” was audio recorded on his Iphone 6. Sonically, it is multilayered with various vocal compositions, lyricism and poetry. This film was recorded and produced during the pandemic. It is dedicated and inspired by the social uprisings in the summer of 2020.