Carlos Andrés Gómez: VIDEOS & POEMS

"What’s Genocide?" (UNCENSORED - not shown on "Def Poetry") by Carlos Andrés Gómez

Carlos Andrés Gómez performs “Gifted” (dedicated to his little sister)

"Distinctly Beautiful" by Carlos Andrés Gómez

Carlos Andrés Gómez performs “Pet Peeve” in NYC

Carlos Andrés Gómez performs “Handstitch” in Denver (The Mercury Cafe)

CARLOS’ REEL - Clips of Carlos Andrés Gómez in the award-winning documentary “Word Clash,” on season 6 of HBO’s “Def Poetry,” Spike Lee’s “INSIDE MAN” with Denzel Washington, and a jaw-dropping finale of Gómez performing with Savion Glover at The Town Hall on Broadway

"Wait" by Carlos Andrés Gómez & Jeanann Verlee

Carlos Andrés Gómez performs “Columbian-Amerikan” (Nuyorican Poets Café)

"They Stole the Music" by Carlos Andrés Gómez (Bergen Performing Arts Center)

"Black Boy" by Carlos Andrés Gómez

Here’s Something That All Americans Could Do To Make Their Lives Better That So Many Ignore (Via upworthy)

"Vote for Them" - Written & performed by Carlos Andrés Gómez 

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Carlos Andrés Gómez performs “Beating Traffic” at the Nuyorican Poets Café

"SAVE AFRICA" by Carlos Andrés Gómez






The third installment of Lexus Verses and Flow 3.0 is in the books, and after watching, there’s really only one question: Did you “Go Get It”? Well, after watching sisters Erica and Tina Campbell—better known as Mary Mary—preach that message during their Verses and Flow…

In case you missed it!  You can now watch my episode of “Verses and Flow” and access all the exclusive online content:

To watch my episode, CLICK HERE

To watch my exclusive online content, CLICK HERE

To read my behind-the-scene interview with one of the show’s producers, CLICK HERE

I want to send a heartfelt thank you again to everyone who’s sent love since the show originally aired last week.  Lots of new material in the works!  Looking forward to seeing you soon.

Much love,


CARLOS ANDRÉS GÓMEZ (as seen on TV One’s “Verses & Flow” and HBO’s “Def Poetry”) performs the full/unedited version of his love poem “EVERYTHING”