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Epiphany's House featuring Queen Sheba!

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Atlanta based Spoken-Soul-Hip Rock-Alternative-Word-Genius. Has 4 music videos, now 6 albums including Domino Affect that was considered for a 2009 Grammy under the Spoken Word category; available out of the trunk (or ventige bag), iTunes, stores nationwide and your local mom & pop.

Sheba is a National Poetry Slam Champion, the reigning Red Bull Word Clash champion, founded, wrote and produced "Say What?!?" a national collegiate performance Word-Shop driven by Red Bull. In addition to: Taught/Teaches in over 100 colleges and universities domestic and abroad; including Poet in Residence at U of Ill (Urbana) and the London Academy for Urban Development in London England, she was nominated for APCA Performer of the Year!

Seen in/on: 106 & Park, VH-1, The Apollo, Spoken, Spit! A feature length film about Spoken Word and any bootleg late-night cable station. Performed with/opened for:Alicia Keys, Louis Farrakan, Kanye West, The Roots, Floetry, Music Soul Child and 14 gazillion others that probably don't have her in their bio, either.Published in: Essence, is a NAACP Image Award Nominee for works in the Anthology Home Girls Make Some Noise, S. Florida University Urban Griot (Gree-O), Portfolio Magazine, The Syracuse University Women in Hip-Hop, National Featured Poet for Rolling Out magazine. Key Note Speaker for: Several Take Back the Night campus vigils, Domestic Violence, AIDS awareness for young adults and the National Women in Hip-Hop conference.

Toured in over 8 countries (9-including Alaska :-): West Africa, Europe, Cuba, Canada and any coffee house to coliseum in the US . Co-founder of Rough Language Music and Poetry series. Member of: Face Book!, The Atlanta Poets Union, Mothers Against the War, Fair Trade and National Association for Women. She currently runs several poetry slams and readings in Atlanta, GA.