“REVERENCE THIS WOMB…”
5x a Life-Giver. I am a universe and a sanctuary. A master manifestor like my ancestors. A glorious vessel. Reverence this womb.
WHAT HAVE I PRODUCED?
5 INCREDIBLE CHILDREN: Sehrea, Abdul, Haadiyah, Siraj, and Sadiq
ALBUMS: Day of D’Nur, Drea d’Nur UNPLUGGED. The Nur EP
EVENTS: Spirit of Nina, Healing Songs In Beautiful Spaces, UNPLUGGED @ GCR, Spirit of Nina Art Exhibition @ Burchfield Penney Art Center, Human Trafficking Awareness Viewing @ Burchfield Penney Art Center, Fundraiser for Project Mona’s House
FILMS: Spirit of Nina Docuseries Pt. 1 , Pt. 2, “Break Me Down” Music Video, Promotional Trailer for No Wound Untreated, Inc., Drea d’Nur UNPLUGGED DVD
a sound vessel.
I am not an entertainer. I am a master healer through music and sound. To be a vessel of healing sound is a great honor and responsibility. Moment by Moment, I seek and work to become a better vessel. Every show is an offering of my entire self. In a world, where many are living numb, my intention is that you would feel, heal, and be inspired at each Live Experience.
A community workER.
Feed Buffalo works to provide access to free organic, safe, and halal food in a loving, judgement-free community space. We have built 5 little free satellite pantries which will house nonperishable food, toiletries, and hygiene products. This summer we will open WNY’s First Organic, Safe, and Halal Food Pantry. Learn more…
SPIRIT OF NINA
A Community Arts Initiative paying homage to the legendary Dr. Nina Simone. Spirit of Nina is a stage production, photo series, art exhibit and a docuseries. This project has connected me with the hometown of NIna Simone which now boasts Nina Simone Plaza, an amazing bronze statue which holds some of her ashes, and her childhood home. Learn more…
PROJECT MONA’S HOUSE
Project Mona’s House is WNY’s first restoration home for human trafficking survivors. I’ve curated several impacting awareness events combining my passion for healing, for women, and for art. Human Trafficking is difficult to discuss let alone confront. I’ve found that art makes it a little easier. Learn More…