INTERVIEWS

 

I started cello when I was eight and I was quite young when I started to play in front of a public. I've always loved performing but I belive something special happened when I started to write songs. I'm not sure that would make me an "artist" but I was 20 and I knew that I would never stop doing it....


How did you become an artist?
By being born! I mean I just think it's something you feel, in a way we are all artists wether your a mother or a CEO living this complicated dream we call life. Everyone has an outlet for expression, some people keep their emotions deep down inside and others use their emotions...

When I was 7 years old I went to see Mutabaruka perform in a small, intimate amphitheater at a cultural arts center in Kingston. I went with my mother( who is an Ikebana artist ). After the performance I went home locked myself in my room and wrote my first poem . It still feels like just yesterday to me,...

It's not so much about becoming an artist as it is about becoming yourself. We are born into the art that drives us and our inspiration daily, it is not so much a choice as it is a journey and mission we have incarnated to carry out. At least thats how it is with me and Music. I...

Being in a country far way from home I had a certain need to express and communicate hence my lyrics. I also developed a longing sort of a craving for each I understand now is not necessarily good if it's unhealthy but I learned how to use this craving for my country to comment on humanitarian and social issues.