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Toure Neblett Biography and Wiki
Toure Neblett is a writer, music journalist, cultural critic, podcaster, and television personality from the United States. On MSNBC, he co-hosted the show The Cycle. He is a member of the Nominating Committee for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Touré’s books include The Portable Promised Land (2003), Soul City (2005), and Who’s Afraid of Post-Blackness? I Would Die 4 U: Why Prince Became an Icon (2011) and What It Means To Be Black Now (2011) (2013). He also contributes frequently to The Daily Beast.
Toure Neblett Age and Birthday
Toure was born on March 20, 1971, in Boston, Massachusetts in the United States. He is 51 years old as of 2022. Celebrating his birthday every 20th of March.
Toure Neblett Height and Measurements
His height is not yet disclosed. details about his other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible.
Toure Neblett Nationality and Ethnicity
Neblett is an American national and citizen by birth. He was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, United State of America. He is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry. ALSO READ: Susanna Reid
Toure Neblett Wife| Spouse
Neblett was born on March 20, 1971, in Boston. Roy E. Neblett, his father, was an accountant and a member of Boston Mayor Kevin White’s personal staff. Touré’s parents met at Suffolk University Law School, and his mother Patricia also worked at the Neblett accounting firm. Touré’s grandparents came to Harlem from Barbados and the British Virgin Islands. He has a sister Meika.
Toure` Neblett career
In 1992, Toure began his writing career as an intern at Rolling Stone. He has written for Rolling Stone, Essence, Times, Playboy, Time, The Village Voice, Vibe, The Washington Post, and Ebony. Toure is the author of five books. His short story collection portable promised Land was released in 2002. According to The Washington Post, he wrote Soul City, a novel set in an African American utopia, in 2004. Who’s Afraid of Post-Blackness? : What it Means to Be Black Now, a book on race in modern America based on interviews with over 100 prominent African American icons, was published by Toure in 2012. Toure’s 2013 book, I Would Die 4 U:
Toure appeared on CNN’s American Morning alongside Paula Zahn and was later featured three times a week on a panel called “90-second pop.” Toure’ was hired by BET in 2005 to cover BET News and Public Affairs programming. He hosted the reality show I’II Try Anything Once in 2008, in which he tried various jobs and activities, including rodeo clowning and lumberjacking. He co-hosted The Cycle on MSNBC with former congressional candidate Krystal Ball, moderate Republication Abby Huntsman, and The Nation correspondent Ari Melber from June 25, 2012 to July 31, 2015. In May 2014, Toure was chastised by the Simon Wiesenthal Center for implying that Holocaust survivors succeeded in the United States after WWII because they were white: a blogger from the website.
Toure` hosts several podcasts, including Toure Show. He is known for exploring Black identity and the concept of post-blackness. Among those he has interviewed include rapper Princess Nokia, comedian Roy Wood Jr., and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. The podcast provides weekly rundowns of the 2020 presidential election from a Black progressive point of view. Toure has also made guest appearances on podcasts including creative Rebels, OPP with Corey Cambridge and The Gist.
Toure Neblett Net worth
Toure has an estimated net worth of $2 million. This includes his property, funds, and earnings. His main source of income is his work as a journalist.
Toure Neblett Films
- The Portable Promised Land
- Soul City
- Never Drank the Kool-Aid
- Who’s Afraid of Post-Blackness
- I Would Die 4 U