Mohammed Bilal

Mohammed Bilal

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Mohammed Soriano-Bilal is probably best known as the voice of reason on MTV's Real World San Francisco. He is an accomplished diversity consultant, a hip-hop writer/artist, and an award-winning producer of both music and film. Soriano-Bilal has facilitated of over 450 diversity and inclusion presentations. As a recording artist/producer, Soriano-Bilal released four albums and collaborated with such luminaries as Santana, Public Enemy, Living Legends and Mos Def. His music has been featured in the Sundance Award-winning film, Drylongso, and on TV shows such as Moesha, and NBC’s mini-series, Kingpin. His plays and original compositions have graced many stages. As a weekly San Francisco Bay Guardian columnist, his Howling at the Moon column reached over 100,000 readers. As a media producer, Soriano-Bilal produced dozens of films, shows and campaigns. Throughout his career, he has raised over $7.5M for projects to empower low-income Americans. Currently, Soriano-Bilal serves as the Executive Director of the African American Art & Culture Complex.




Location: San Francisco, California