Kreative Pandemonium was founded in 2008 by Weedie Braimah and Andrea Peoples as a conduit to express their love and interest for the cultural arts forms of people of color all over the world. Kreative Pandemonium focuses on preserving traditional West African culture as a base to bridge the gap between music, songs, and dances of the African Diasporas as it relates to the slave cultures. Through the slave culture, the world has been introduced to Jazz, Gospel, and Soul in American, Rumba in Cuba, and Samba in Brazil. With the collaborations of guest artist as well as company members, Kreative Pandemonium strives to educate the community about these arts forms through classes, workshops, lectures, and performances.
by Ken Earley