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Soul Food

“Keasha Beard seeks to impact the whole world with good energy and powerful potential,” says Respect My Region in their review of Soul Food. It “comes out the gate swinging with positive prose, bouncy drums, and driving hooks.” Solis Magazine notes how she “breathes optimism into the mic, emerging from a past of addiction and darkness, heavily endorsing love and peace,” while Beach Sloth adds to the praise: “Energetic to its very core, Soul Food shows off such swagger. A truly motivational spirit imbues every single piece. It has a tremendous vitality.”

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