3x Emmy Winner Boris ‘Bluz’ Rogers Named Power In Black Brand Ambassador

Power In Black Brand Ambassador

Boris ‘Bluz’ Rogers has been named the newest Power In Black brand ambassador. Power In Black is a brand that specializes in social relevant tees embracing the Black experience.  Like what you see? Grab some cool looks from www.powerinblack.com and use promo code BR15POWER.  You can follow Blluz and Power In Black on IG at @bluzbluzbluz and  @powerinblacktees respectively.

About Bluz

Channeling human experience into gifts of metaphors and similes, Bluz has published “Articulate Slang” and produced three audio releases. His poetry is universal, dismantling social, economic, and ethnic barriers reaching into the heart of the community where he is an active member. Working with several organizations such as Junior Achievement, Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, Afro-American Center, Wachovia, CBS Radio, Radio Disney, Raycom Sports, ESPN and SPEED TV, where he wrote and performed several intros for the nationally televised showed NASCAR. Today, Bluz’ voice is a progressive tool used foster transformation. Nowhere has Bluz’ impact been more apparent than when he performed at the 2010 induction ceremony for the NASCAR Hall of Fame, a symbolic culmination of the city of Charlotte’s passion for winning the bid for the NASCAR Hall of Fame, and Bluz’ passion to communicate his human-centric prose to audiences who have yet to enjoy slam poetry as an art form.

When Bluz is not appearing on major radio and television network performances including HBO’s Def Poetry, CBS Radio, Radio Disney, ESPN, Speed TV, and BET, Bluz has shared the stage with many distinguished poets and international recording artists ranging from Taylor Mali, Nikki Giovanni, Sonia Sanchez, and Gil Scott Heron to Outkast, John Legend, and Pink Floyd, he devotes his time to his family, his wife and three children.


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