A Coggle Diagram about chants
(Some where in life there's always a read...
, Get into this...
, I am the all star bitch, cunt, pussy, faggot...
, We got that pump you want to better
, White Feminity
, VOP, VOP, VOP
, it's the punk you see in your face
, gender fluid (walk the line)
, shut girls and let me go
and My favorite
(sounds of Black and brown performance
, purposeful gaps in understanding-- this process of coogle
, an oral/arual history
, tongues untied
and pomo afro homos
, the Bitch Track
, New Way
, Old Way
and Sonic Acessories
, Carl Lewis
, 125th St.
and Learning to dip
), banjy banshee
([ syll. ba-njy, ban-jy ] The baby girl name Banjy is also used as a boy name. It is pronounced as BAANYiy †. Banjy's language of origin is African. Banjy is a form of the name Banji.
, Describing someone who acts or looks ghetto/hood
Damn girl why are you so loud? You are so banjy
and A banshee (/ˈbænʃiː/ BAN-shee, Modern Irish bean sí, from Old Irish: ban síde, pronounced [bʲan ˈʃiːðʲe], "woman of the mounds") is a female spirit in Irish mythology who heralds the death of a member of one of the prominent Gaelic families, usually by shrieking or keening. Her name is connected to the mythologically-important tumuli or "mounds" that dot the Irish countryside, which are known as síde (singular síd) in Old Irish.
), Justin Mitchell (Disc Jockey)
and sonic cheerleading
), back ups
(Carl McGee, Chris Titus
), Eric Charry (ethnomusicologist)
(voiced sound (rhythmic pygmy vibrato, high tone castrado, rattle of bangels)
), Catherine Slade (Voice Coach)
, Joe Williams (ethnomusicologist)
, Carlos Odria
(scholarly engagement entrypoint
, Mike Q
, Bradford Chapin (Composer)
, Richard Woodbury (Audioturge)