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From the Ted Talk "Laolu Senbanjo: "The Sacred Art of the Ori""

Unscramble the Blue Letters

But rlnyibceid enough, it was real, it was true, and things happened really fast. You see, Beyoncé wanted to pay homage to New Orleans, and my art reminded her of her eeclro origins. So when "Lemonade" dropped, of course, boom, everything just went from zero to 100 real atfs. People featured me in magazines, interviews. People stopped me in the street. People knew my name, like — And sometimes I had to step back and just ilchl, and, like, take everything in. You know, as artists, we work so hard all our lives for our art to be recognized, and for this I efel blessed. However, the tnaoerty in me is still there, so I use my art to fight for what I believe in. My Yoruba heritage is always there.

Open Cloze

But __________ enough, it was real, it was true, and things happened really fast. You see, Beyoncé wanted to pay homage to New Orleans, and my art reminded her of her ______ origins. So when "Lemonade" dropped, of course, boom, everything just went from zero to 100 real ____. People featured me in magazines, interviews. People stopped me in the street. People knew my name, like — And sometimes I had to step back and just _____, and, like, take everything in. You know, as artists, we work so hard all our lives for our art to be recognized, and for this I ____ blessed. However, the ________ in me is still there, so I use my art to fight for what I believe in. My Yoruba heritage is always there.

Solution

  1. attorney
  2. feel
  3. fast
  4. incredibly
  5. creole
  6. chill

Original Text

But incredibly enough, it was real, it was true, and things happened really fast. You see, Beyoncé wanted to pay homage to New Orleans, and my art reminded her of her creole origins. So when "Lemonade" dropped, of course, boom, everything just went from zero to 100 real fast. People featured me in magazines, interviews. People stopped me in the street. People knew my name, like — And sometimes I had to step back and just chill, and, like, take everything in. You know, as artists, we work so hard all our lives for our art to be recognized, and for this I feel blessed. However, the attorney in me is still there, so I use my art to fight for what I believe in. My Yoruba heritage is always there.

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collocation frequency
started painting 5
yoruba mythology 4
marble floors 3
african art 3

Important Words

  1. art
  2. artists
  3. attorney
  4. blessed
  5. boom
  6. chill
  7. creole
  8. dropped
  9. fast
  10. featured
  11. feel
  12. fight
  13. happened
  14. hard
  15. heritage
  16. homage
  17. incredibly
  18. interviews
  19. knew
  20. lives
  21. magazines
  22. origins
  23. orleans
  24. pay
  25. people
  26. real
  27. recognized
  28. reminded
  29. step
  30. stopped
  31. street
  32. true
  33. wanted
  34. work
  35. yoruba