I’ve been singing all my life, and always knew I wanted to do that for the rest of my life from a young age. What I didn’t realise, was how the substance would enhance my personality when I would grow up. After I took a one-year break from music, right when I became an artist, the definition of my artistry was forever changed. The sound of my voice became a tool, to deliver a story constructed of my perspective onto the world, my femininity, my culture and the worlds’ shortcomings. For me, as a person, I religiously live by the line; "Always make sure, the words you say have substance, let them be rich with intention and make change, even if it is in thought”.
Therefore, the art I make is a direct reflection of what I see and feel needs to be out there. I’m not here to seek validation to feed my confidence of ego. I’ve discovered the beauty of bringing people along a ride on matters which matter to everyone, with music. Accountability is hard to adapt sometimes, but each and every one of us is responsible. Transferring this message through music, for me is the most piercing and pressing way to form a collective ground of understanding.