Supafly presents Stace + Misosi + Joëlle Sambi + Kunde + Bahati + Manoe Sunkwa
slam concert expo
FR 25.09 20:30

Supafly Collective presents a powerful night around words, music and visual arts.


STACE is a singer from Brussels. In her project, spontaneity rhymes with virtuosity. Influenced by RnB, Soul, Jazz and electronic music and her identity as a complex young woman, she is observer and conscious about the world around her.

KUNDE is a rapper, producer and musician who just came out with his single 'Twenty' from his upcoming EP 'Dandelion'. He's known for his groovy beats and funky touch on the keys. To top it off he’s a vocalist who knows how to use his vocal chords as the ones and two’s and lay some dope scratches. Now he is joined by a crew of two funky cats Pieter Vanoverberghe on the drums and Daniel Clarist Guedegbe on the bass.



JOËLLE SAMBI is a migrant, a lesbian, a feminist poet, writer and director, a congolese from Kinshasa permanently in exile. Her words and works come from the uncomfortable comfort of sitting between two chairs. She writes and slams to find a home : I am from here and nowhere, from anywhere and everywhere. My geolocalisation is out of service. Writing is my drug, I don't live from it but the overdose will ring the end. She was born in Belgium and grew up partly in Kinshasa (Congo). She currently lives in Brussels. She is a writer and slammer, alongside her activism. She is an award-winning author of fiction with Le Monde est gueule de chèvre (novel, 2007) and Je ne sais pas rêver (short-stories, 2002). Joëlle Sambi questions situations of powerlessness in social matters and raises questions about identity, belonging and the mainstream, themes she has developed particularly in her slam poetry and with the group Congo Eza! She is currently preparing her solo.

LINDAH NYIRENDA aka MISOSI, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Linguistics and studied journalism in Brussels. For the past seven years she has been a professional spoken word artist and slam poet. In 2020, she was added to the author’s list of Literatuur Vlaanderen. She is a researcher, Assistant Content Creator and a recurring panel member on Afro-Belgian YouTube program ‘Unheard with GiGi’. This debate show focuses on issues from a black millenial perspective. Further more, she has been part of several academic panels on Decolonisation and Afrofeminism as well as moderating a panel on Gender and Decolonisation for Genderspectrum, Labo VZW and Belmundo in Ghent. In 2009, she won the Poetry prize of the HUB, now Odisee Brussels. From 2015 to 2018, she was the spokesperson for De Wolven van La Mancha, a poetry collective from Ghent. With this collective, she produced and presented several radio shows for Urgent.FM, the University radio of Ghent. For these broadcasts, she focussed primarily on female artists and poets from different backgrounds. As a poet, she has performed at several literaty events in Belgium and The Netherlands including KVS, Afropolitan, Les Goûts de Gand, S.M.A.K., Dichters in het raam, Mensen Zeggen Dingen, Noorderlicht festival, De Groene Fee, etc. In 2018 she toured with the Dutch Poëziebus. She is a cast member on NTGent’s new production Killjoy Quiz.



BAHATI is a self-taught female artist born in Munanira, Burundi. From Belgian and Congolese descent and currently based in Ghent, Belgium. She creates vibrant figurative paintings inspired by her African heritage. Her work centers around bright colors in combination with black bodies being celebrated in a world without the white gaze. Pulling from childhood memories and current events where her critical mind has been pushed to the limit, seeing how the media portrays people who look like her. And how to keep standing tall, while there’s a system trying to break you. Her paintings have a softness and certain flow. But the way these black bodies come across, filling space, is very loud.

MANOE SUNKWA translates her personal struggle with identity into black and white illustrations. The Ghent illustrator is intrigued by the lack of diversity in the media and how it affects us. While drawing, she explores the complexity of the relationship between identity and ancestry. Besides symbolic scenes and noble portraits of black artists, Sunkwa creates delicate, but powerful pen drawings, that the people can identify with.

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