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Adrianne Bate is the quintessential 21st century Black woman. As a media personality—which also happens to be her real-life personality—she is a satisfying mixture of that witty homegirl from Down South who makes you feel comfortable in your own skin, that future thinker in your organization who stays up on technology trends and political currents, and the gentle priestess with soothing words and her medicine bag on the ready. She is Afrofuturism personified. TiTi just feels like family. People gravitate to her because she’s a good-natured human being, but also because of her balanced, refreshing and decisively pan-African perspective on things. She has been sharing some of this perspective with her audiences through her latest offering, a not-to-be-missed podcast called TiTi Talks. As an interviewer, she never backs down from tough questions, and is usually about to ask the one you just thought of. A self titled “professional conversationalist,” TiTi is both a keen listener and the consummate storyteller. That also carries over into her story telling abilities with music via production and DJing. She is what one would imagine Ananse the spider to be like, if he were an Xennial Black woman. Laced with sunny humor and irony, Adrianne’s stories are relatable and informative. Like Ananse, she has traveled to many countries across the world, collecting and sharing stories, weaving people and ideas together with words and song like a web. She is localized and intimate, global and expansive, political and sharp-edged, nurturing and connective. She is the spoonful of sugar and the bitter herbs. All at the same…damn…time.