I don’t want to promote myself, but I still want to reach people. I don’t want to sound like everybody else, and yet I fear I will be dismissed if I don’t. I don’t want to sell my ‘soul’, but I do want to use my creative soul to connect with others. A conundrum, isn’t it?
A song about my very specific and private inner pain can actually be someone else’s story, and if my private is their private, then really it’s all public but we’re all just hiding it
It’s good to be back. Between moving countries, getting used to this new country, trying to finish law school, and then figuring out my next move, I haven’t had the inner strength to get back on stage. I needed time to pause. To take a breath. And gather myself. I also wrote quite a few … Continue reading Returning
Earlier this year I was interviewed by One Million Wild Hearts. They’re a beautiful community that features creative women of color from around the world. See the original article here. As a womxn, why do you think it is important to create? It’s an outlet to express to ourselves how we feel. It is healing … Continue reading Interview with One Million Wild Hearts
Fête de la Musique is an annual music festival held on the summer solstice (June 21) in France and by French communities all over the world. Alliançe Français Trinidad throws such a concert every year, and this year I had the honor of being part of it. I had the opportunity to bless the stage … Continue reading Fête de la Musique