I Take My Coffee Black: Reflections on Tupac, Musical Theater, Faith, and Being Black in America Free Audiobook Download by Tyler Merritt
Tyler Merritt, a black Broadway and film actor and son of Grammy award-winning gospel singer Dorothy Love Coates, has taken his own life as a writer in which he uses the reflection of his life to help others. He felt that many people were both missing out on the joys of being alive and focusing solely on their problems instead of the joy of life itself.
Tyler Merritt is the author of I Take My Coffee Black, a non-fiction book he wrote following his search for faith and meaning in America. The book gives personal insight into Merritt's reflections on Tupac, musical theater, and black identity in America.
Tyler Merritt's memoir is a groundbreaking work that will be relevant to any reader who has ever been interested in being black in America. This audiobook is a must-listen for anyone wanting to gain a better understanding into what it means to be black in today's society....
Tyler Merritt is a National Black Gospel Choir singer and actor who, in his own words has sung music in "every genre" but opera. He does not sing opera because this genre does not allow for improvisation so he would be unable to add to the story of the characters he's singing. In I Take My Coffee Black, Tyler explores his experiences as a gay black man from an early age who grew up in a broken home. Fans of Tyler's work will recognize some of his influences such as Amy Poehler and Oprah Winfrey, two women that the author has vocalized admiration for.
Tyler Merritt shares his personal experience in music, faith and being black in America. He is a musician and actor who has been in the industry for over 14 years with credits on Broadway, film, TV and more. Tyler narrates this audiobook from the perspective of seven different voices.
This audiobook is a reflection on Tupac Shakur's life and his struggles as a black male. It's insight into Tupac's life allows listeners to learn about the sights, sounds, and emotions of being a black in America.
|Duration||11 hours 4 minutes|
|Narrated||Jimmy Kimmel, Tyler Merritt, James Iglehart, Jerrie Elaine Merritt, Milton Merrit|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Parent Category||Essays & Memoirs|