"This 25-track project celebrates the unique perspectives of Black voices from 24 family music artists spanning the nation. All One Tribe encompasses all music genres, addressing topics related to STEM, Black history, vaccinations, and more. The album aims to expand public awareness of diversity and representation in kids’ music and songwriting, while giving young people and families permission to live out loud and celebrate their individuality.other event? Be sure to announce it so everybody knows and gets excited about it."
“Portland musician Aaron Nigel Smith calls the genre he works in “family music.” He writes songs for kids and their families to enjoy together. For Juneteenth this year he’s releasing a special collaboration album with songs from 23 other artists. The album is called All One Tribe, and it’s a celebration of Black musicians, children, and families. Aaron Nigel Smith joins us, along with the musician Shine, to talk about the album.”
"I don’t have the adequate words to describe All One Tribe, but I’m still going to try. This album, this incredible collection of music, is brimming with life and love. … There is something for everyone here – whether you’re looking for a song to dance around the house to, or something more lullaby-like to soothe the soul. The true beauty of the album lies in the song selections and the celebration of the Black experience in a way that is accessible to families and children of all ages.”