One moment you’ll be vibing to unique remixes of mainstream hits, the next you’ll feel like someone just read your diary. Her at-times uncomfortably honest, yet refreshingly vulnerable story telling has enabled her to connect with diverse audiences on controversial issues. And while she loves to have fun on stage, she mostly sees entertainment as a method to heal, educate, and empower. This past year she performed at many special events fighting for causes she holds dear including the YWCA’s Stand Against Racism and Activists and Agitators campaigns, Franklin County Children’s Services’ Black Girl Magic, Rise Sister Rise’s A Think Tank on Black Girls’ Mental Health, The Columbus Museum of Art, Tapestry’s Hidden Wounds, exposing the horrors of human trafficking and TEDxColumbusWomen. She also opened for Musiq Soul Child, Bun B, Da Brat, Big Daddy Kane, Jon B and performed at many of Columbus’ main events including High Ball and Easton’s 21st Annual Holiday Tree Lighting Parade Ceremony.
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