#20: The Miseducation of Ana Swartz

In my Podcast I’ve mentioned several times that I do make music and sing myself. I used to sing a lot since I was a little girl. But it took me 32 years to to finally have the courage to sing on a stage in front of people. That experience was sooo empowering! My...

#19: Small Literature for your Soul

Read more about and get in touch with Small Literature on my Blog. This one is The Healer Hip Hop You can support my work by chosing a tier at Patreon Subscribe and rate The Healer Hip Hop Podcast on iTunes  Spotify  and SoundCloud Follow me...

#18: Nevilla Sigauke

You can find all episodes and all links to Neville Sigauke on this episode’s Blogpost This one is The Healer Hip Hop You can support my work by chosing a tier at Patreon Subscribe and rate The Healer Hip Hop Podcast on iTunes  Spotify  and SoundCloud Follow me...

#16: Anna-Liisa Donatella

Anna-Liisa Donatella talks with me about her healing journey. Once a member of a choir since she was a child, she lost her voice on the way. To gain it back, she had to get closer to her true self. In the interview we talk about spirituality in Hip Hop and about...

#14: GiwHa

GiwHa is a quite diverse artist: he is a singer, songwriter, DJ, producer and plays the Piano, bass, drum machine, percussions and a little bit of Sax all by himself. Born in Nigeria, and raised in Brighton, UK, he grew up listening to a lot of music at home, such as...

#13: Aaron Taylor

The first song I heard of Aaron Taylor is his song “Blue”, which to me sounds like part 2 to D’Angelo’s classic “Untitled (How does it feel)” – and I instantly fell in love with Aaron’s music. In the interview I talked...