Love Supreme by Nneka
(Official Music Video)
Love Supreme by Nneka showcases her artistic and creative abilities with this new release.
Her Nigerian upbringing has had a palpable effect on her lyrics, which take on injustice in a way rarely seen in the genre. In 2010 she released her American debut, Concrete Jungle, which compiled songs already available overseas.
Nneka’s lyrics focus on the positive aspects of relationships. She brings to light a demand for responsibility towards children. Her music reflects the importance of culture, education and identity values.
Nneka Reflects On The Year 2020
Hi everyone. We’ve all been through some things this year or probably even the last couple of years. I would like to use these sessions as an encouragement for you to remember your divine essence of being.
In this world’s perception of space and time, we tend to forget that there is the silence and stillness within all of the distorted confusion and within this place we can draw breath and remember to lean back..and feel.
Let us be gentle to ourselves. Be thankful. Not be afraid to feel, to express, to cry if needed, to let go of old patterns and create new healthy ones. Let us…ask for help if needed. Let us give where we want and truly can… Sing, dance, go to the ocean, scream, smile, tell someone you care..,resolve that old resentment, talk to that person you’ve held grudge against…spread love With you all in light. — N
(Quote from Youtube Video Description for DEEP BREATH IN AND OUT SESSION 1
Nneka continues to perform and electrify audiences across the globe with the likes of The Roots, Burna boy, Tuface idibia, Groundation,Seun kuti, Erykah Badu, Gnarls Barkley, Nas and Damian Marley. She won a MOBO for Best African Act in 2009 and recorded a tribute song called Viva Africa for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, and has appeared on The David Letterman Show and BET’s 106 & Park.
In 2014 Nneka joined the empowerment panel on ‘Nigerian Idol’ Season 4. In 2016 she joined the group of women called Les Amazones de l’Afrique where she came together with other african female artists with the likes of Kandia Kouyaté, Angélique Kidjo, Mamani Keita, Rokia Koné, Mariam Doumbia, and Mariam Koné to raise their voices concerning issues of domestic violence, female genital mutilation and sexual abuse.
Nneka also keeps touring various countries of the world spreading the message of love and peace amongst all people regardless of their heritage
Nneka’s passionate sense of social consciousness also led her to co-found a charity called The Rope Foundation, in 2012, with Sierra Leonean Ahmed Nyeie [aka Genda]. The Rope Foundation serves as a platform for young men and women to express themselves through art.
Visit Nneka on the web:
LIVE CONCERT – Nneka LIVE in Berlin 2015 (FULL CONCERT) @Jam’in’Berlin
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