Poppy Seed‘s poetic music speaks to and about humanity, using Roots Rock Reggae, Jazz, and RnB flavors, in a unique style compared to that of Sade, and Maya Angelou which connects with the soul. Born and raised in London UK, this performance poet extraordinaire is a well-seasoned artiste who has toured Internationally and delighted audiences for over a decade. Her well crafted lyrics and appealing delivery is described as being 'On the Cusp of poetry and Song', and 'Where Poetry meets Song’.
Poppy Seed is committed to Human Rights using her art to highlight Social justice campaigns; and to celebrate cultural diversity. In this light her eloquent activism has ‘won’ her title 'Warm Revolutionary.’ Her musical compositions enhance the themes of her poetry and have coloured film soundtracks, most recently ‘Motherland’ another groundbreaking award winning film by Director Owen Alik Shahada about the incredulous journey of African people.. She has won awards including Best Poet from Black Women in the Arts UK, Farrgo Poetry Slam UK, and ‘The Nina Simone Award f or Black Women in Jazz’ 2009. She was nominated again for this award in 2011.
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