Enjoying a moment with Afrika Bambaataa at the 2017 Djed Festival in Brooklyn NY. Celebration on Dr Malachi York's B'earthdayBy now we should not to believe everything in the press and on TV. All others are just Haters. He remains a living legend…
I care about life and what's happening in it and to it; and who the culprits are.
Mother, Grandmother, Goddess-mother,Spoken Word Artist, studying to become an Art Historian, Grass roots activist, Liberal Artist, Author (Inspirational non-fiction: Facing The Beast In Love's Honor by Rainbow, PublishAmerica), Lecturer and supporter of Black Businesses who are professional about how they represent and present themselves to the community, globally. Lover of Humanity and our Planet!
How did you hear about us?
Personal message from Poze Production and Doug E. Fresh to my Reverbnation page
What is your profession (singer, rapper, songwriter, poet, dancer, model, music fan, etc.)?
Right now, I'm disabled and studying to become an Art Historian. However, I have been performing for a long time. My passion is spoken word but I have done a little bit of everything listed in the above question.
How many members are in your band?
Just me and my Ancestors :)
What is your style of music?
I would describe my style as being a little eccentric,hip-hop, world, soul, etc. What ever it needs to be for what my spoken alerts vibe on.
Who are your influences in the music industry?
Of course, Doug E. Fresh! Ice Cube, Tupac (RIP), Sistah Souljah, Lamya, Arrested Development, Kool Mo Dee, Jill Scott, Ledisi, Al Jarreau, Patti Labelle, Nona Hendrixs, Earth Wind and Fire, Burning Spear, Mutaburuku, Bob Marley (RIP) and the Whailers, DMX, Bone Thugs and Harmony, Wu-Tang, Monet,Last Poets (Of course!), and SA Rock! ... just to mention a few