The ADRSA is excited to add Adimu Madyun -- better known by his stage name WolfHawkJaguar -- to the roster for our third conference to be held at Harvard University on April 3, 2015!
Passion, Spirit, and Pain directly influence the melodic tunes of multi-talented Urban World Music artist WolfHawkJaguar. His music stirs the soul with a mixture of Spirituality, raptured in
the heart of Hip Hop, Reggae, Rhythm and Blues. Currently residing in
Oakland, the California native is a prolific musician, actor, and award-winning film maker who is taking his style of edutainment around the
His album, Hunter Poetry, released in 2012, takes listeners on a beat-laden exploration of Diasporic spiritual themes and in summer 2013 he was invited to perform selections at the 10th Orisa World
Congress in Ile-Ife Nigeria. A camera crew followed him on the journey
to document his adventure and what came out is the magical film "Search
for The Everlasting Coconut Tree" which will premier at our African and Diasporic Religions Film Festival on Saturday, April 4.
Watch and listen:
Listen to and Purchase WolfHawkJaguar's music here Find out more about his films here