Khariis Ubiaro, born in London in 1998, is a renaissance talent – as actor, dancer, singer, poet, and model. His poetry addresses issues of identity, race, youth and music culture, with passion, humour, and integrity.
Not afraid to be angry, Ubiaro
lashes out at modern-day racism
and asserts his identity as an artist
and a young man. Unabashedly
political, this debut collection
examines race, religion and fame
with passion and wit, as well as
exploring love, mental health,
and the artist’s obsession with
creation. This is an electrifying
set of poems.