Tennessee First Lady of Hip Hop.
A natural-born grassroots organizer/artist. P. Moses is the seed of a Jamaican immigrant and an acclaimed Civil Rights activist who descended from courageous “freedom fighter” parents, one a founder of their local NAACP chapter in the late 1930’s.
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The Jamerican rapper is the mother of 2 sons. Like Lady Justice, she commands the attention of the corporate execs, the brothers, sisters,
youth, teachers, and some ex-offenders. Just like Lady Justice, she stands tall and will not waiver in her convictions. She is here to “rap-a-tap-tap”, save the culture, and provide real-life stories through musical activism.
Of course, P. Moses has fire in her blood, and that fire tells us, “ Do not be ignorant of the Law, learn the Law“. Fueled by the strong Hip Hop activists & musical impresarios, like Gil Scott-Heron, Billie Holliday, Nina Simone, Queen Latifah, Mia X, and DMX, a true friend who at age 18 blessed her with the “gifts of the game” through his energy. P. Moses plays the flute and is heavily influenced by 8-Ball & MJG, YoYo, Missy Elliot, and Pimp C who molded her rap style as a young up-and-coming artist. P. Moses holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville & a Master’s in Intercultural Studies from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee.