“Nneka’s passionate sense of social consciousness also led her to co-found a charity called The Rope Foundation, in 2012, with Sierra Leonean MC Ahmed Nyeie [aka Genda].
The Rope Foundation serves as a platform for young men and women to express themselves through art.” –Quote retrieved from her biography on her official website.
Nigerian singer-songwriter Nneka is back – with a captivating, reggae-tinged fourth album “My Fairy Tales” entered the world on February 25, 2015.
HIP-HOP LEGEND Nas calls her “amazing” and “an incredible artist.”
The Sunday Times hailed her as the new Lauryn Hill and said her debut album was “as good as The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.”
“If the roots are rotten the branches and the flowers will never grow.”-nneka
Thelma Wright shares her story of falling into what she calls “crazy love” with one of the City’s purported kingpins of Philadelphia’s flourishing drug trade in the seventies and early eighties. When her husband, Jackie Wright is murdered, Thelma becomes a major player in the game, a veritable queen-pin, running major drug operations from Los Angeles to Philadelphia.
Women like me, who are desire only the best, but can sometimes get confused as being too independent because we know our worth.
We still require self-love love but, we want our voices to be heard too, even when we let our partners take the lead.
Men and women are going to attempt, OR be curious about the street life, but as we know from the prisons, and the 2 for 1 caskets specials, you can’t win in the end…
Björk Guðmundsdóttir, a residential eccentric with a voice without comparison uses imagery and natural sounds from weather and animals in her surroundings.
The art of Bjork stands apart from her contemporaries because she infuses jazz, pop, rap, electronica, and pop music.
She is a walking art exhibit that borrows influence with the surrealist.
She has received harsh criticism with regards to her voice, but that is heavily because of her accent.