Nia Keturah Nia Keturah

When Maya Angelou was a little girl, she would play this game with her brother;

They would lay on their backs, stare at the clouds, and try to fall into the sky.

Everyday I try to fall into the sky.


I’m from Annapolis, MD. I attended Spelman College until inspired by copious amounts of Kanye West, I dropped out and became a rapper/artist/event designer. A self proclaimed “vibe enhancer”–one proactively improving the surrounding energy–my works focus on human connections to spiritual forces. My lyrical, mixed media, and event works have been featured in ¬†Phil Taggert and Alice Levine’s BBC Radio 1 show, The Guardian, Hypetrak, Toronto Star, Washington City Paper and The Washington Post.