Nejma Nefertiti is a powerful Hip Hop/theater artist, sound designer, songwriter, and natural perfumer. Her revolutionary matriarchal legacy is to create awareness, inspiration, and social change throughout the entire world, for all oppressed peoples, through Hip Hop culture and art.
She was a feature performer in Marina Celander’s solo show “Mermaid’s Howl” and in Caridad De La Luz’s (La Bruja’s) adult comedy cabaret “The Bru HA HA.” She has worked with the legendary BreakBeat Lou, co creator of “Ultimate Breaks and Beats,” which has contributed immeasurably to Hip Hop culture, is a core member of The Afro Yaqui Music Collective, bringing Hip Hop into dialogue with jazz, funk, soul, and indigenous musics of the 21st century, was a featured artist in Nona Hendryx’s Rock Solid Woman, and a featured artist in Toshi Reagon’s Word Rock Sword. You can find her on collaborations with heavy hitter, Afrobeat/Hip Hop artist, Napoleon Da Legend, and international artists from Venezuela, North Africa, and beyond.
Nejma Nefertiti is a Mentor/Teaching Artist with Pepatián in the Bronx and a member of the Hip-Hop academy at BronxWorks. She utilizes hip hop and technology as tools to create, produce, and support contemporary multi-disciplinary art empowering black, brown, and first nation youth for generations to come, educates youth in under privileged schools in all 5 boroughs teaching literacy and storytelling skills, assists in the creative expression of youth through the arts, enhances the mind, spirit, and artistic energy of youth by engaging them in shaping a vision for their community’s future, empowers youth to fight educational injustice, addresses topics concerning gender, race, sexuality, equity, and social justice, and creates reliable connections and innovative projects through art and Hip Hop culture.
She is visionary of the WomXn’s Freedom Collective Party, which proposes women’s self defense and weaponry training for the protection and freedom of all women worldwide. She was a delegate of The First Ecosocialist International, where over 100 people came together in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, from 19 countries and five continents, 12 indigenous nations, and ecosocialist activists from 14 states of Venezuela, to collectively draft a plan of action for the salvation of Mother Earth, and a delegate of The First Mesopotamian Water Forum in Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan Region of Iraq, organized and attended by over 180 water activists from the Mesopotamia region and other countries in order to provide a civil society-led plan to restore disrupted hydrological cycles, which have created conditions of severe local and regional water scarcity in the Mesopotamian Region.
Nejma Nefertiti is skills with killer lyrics and a message of freedom for all boxed-minds. Mysterious and fierce, she is a warrior starting a movement to connect and unite, shining in a place where poetry will be the equivalent of the new manifestos, where art equals politics.