The Black female voices

Part 4. Khadija Mbowe and Shanspeare

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This video is part of a series so if you want to start from the beginning of this series just click on part 1 in the video library of this channel.
This part will be different from the previous parts.

Today’s focus will be on 2 different YouTubers Khadija Mbowe and Shanspeare.
Why ? Because this is my channel and I do whatever I please!
Also, I found that both of those Black Female YouTubers have particularities that may be overlooked.

The first one is being genuine and the second one deviates from the regularity of what is found in the pool of YouTuber’s creativity.

We will start with Khadija Mbowe.

From my understanding she is based in Canada. This is interesting because Canadian Black females YouTubers are kind of hard to find but this is just my point of view. I hope that there are more of them out there.

On a more technical side, Khadija has an original presentation speech. She is articulate, organised, able to quote and creates meaningful contents video that are in the context of the issues faced by black females in the North the American continent.

She is funny and is often able to construct a particular kind of interpretation of the topic she explores.

She seems approachable and has a calm mannerism which might be a possible answer to the question of what makes her style distinctive.
I do listen to her for entertainment purposes because it is fun and thoughtful.

Editing wise, she has a background setting that does not change much but that makes her channel more recognisable. So it is not a bad thing at all.

Although, I do not think that she is unique in regards of the sort of topics that she choses to talk about. Having said that, her natural style makes the difference.

I would love to see if she can introduce a more complicated range of videos but that is just my personal observation.

Shanspeare is the second Channel in my list of topics for today.
She is eclectic and very unique. To be honest, I would even add that we could put her face next to the definition of uniqueness in the dictionary.

There are many parallels that could be drawn with Intelexual Media.
Make sure to have a look at in my video named The Black female voices Part 2 so that you can understand what I am talking about.

To go back to Shanspeare, her sassiness and cheekiness are not ambiguous. If anything it is the opposite.

She has clear objectives, structured arguments and one could argue that she has a collection of insightful essays available to all.

Her looks changes according to the videos’ topic and she uses shorter concepts comedy to make it both entertaining and educational.

To conclude, both YouTubers have a distinctive editing style which encompasses substance through analysis and interpretation. Nonetheless, I would be entertained by Khadija and would learn from Shanspeare.

So depending on what you are looking for and your tastes both may suit you if you are like myself, a supporter of Black female YouTubers.
That is all for today, I hope you did enjoy this video and let me know what you think of Khadija Mbowe and Shanspeare in the comment section.

Thanks for listening and see you in the next video!

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