Queen Goddess | Spoken Word Inspired By The Dark Sides Of A Woman -a Collection Of Short Stories

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Spoken Word Inspired By The Dark Sides Of A Woman -a Collection Of Short Stories

by Queen Goddess

A Combination of Acoustic Native Indigenous Aboriginal Nubian Authentic instruments aka Afro-Beat Gospel Rap Hip-hop R&B & Reggae music infused 4 the listener 2 enjoy her very powerful conscious poetic funky theme lyrics.
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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1. Positive Affirmation
Queen Goddess
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2. Your Words Are Ya Destiny
Queen Goddess
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3. The Power Of The Mic
Zawadi & Queen Goddess
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4. Reparations
Queen Goddess Zawadi & Ras
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Album Notes
Queen Goddess

Author/Spoken Word Artist/Natural Hair Care Artist/Organic Products/Natural Healer/Talkshow Radio Host/Youtube Show/Moor

Queen Goddess is an amazing Writer, Spoken Word Artist, Natural Hair Care Consultant, and Thespian from Harlem USA. As Natural Hair Care Stylist for several years, Queen and her clients have shared their stories and life experiences with each other. Clients have since encouraged her to write a book because of all the Spoken Word, Poetry, and Hip-Hop songs that she has shared with them—thus the 2007 Spring release of her first book, The Dark Sides of a Woman.

The Dark Sides of a Woman is a short story collection that provides a realistic look at the diversity of women in all kinds of relationships whether heterosexual, bisexual, homosexual, and interracial along with how they deal with all types of adversity. As a woman, dealing with relationships can be fraught with difficulties. Author Queen Goddess discusses the anguish that women experience in making tough decisions, not only to please them, but also to accommodate the opinions of family and friends.

Passionate and emotional, the moral lessons in The Dark Sides of a Woman thoroughly examine the strife that women experience in relationships. Whether they deal with deceit, rejection, humiliation, or controversy, Goddess shows how women call on their courage and strength to conquer these challenges.

Queen has performed in Harlem plays such as Mother to Son (A play ode to James Langston Hughes) in 1985 and They Finally Speak (A play about several women who followed Mr. Elijah Muhammad) while attending City College. She is an award winner of the 1986 Spanish, French, Italian Awards at Hostos College where she graduated and holds a degree in Liberal Arts

Working multiple, but fun jobs that would eventually shape her life, Queen Goddess was also the person inside the life size doll "Huggy Bean" created by Golden Ribbon Playthings. Huggy Bean and her magical land 'The Chocolate Forest" was featured at Harlem's African American shopping center Mart 125.

She also performed throughout the 90's with the Wakasha Reggae Band in Harlem and Reno Nevada's Band The Tribal Moon. Queen has also performed at a host of spoken word events and hip-hop venues with former hip-hop partners Supreme Articulator and Brotha Blackfoot. Queen Goddess was very instrumental in the early days of hip-hop she was one the makers of the African medallions and Lion of Judah pendants many hip-hop artists were wearing in their videos and the cover of hip-hop magazines. She custom made African medallions and pendants for one of the pioneers of hip-hop Afrika Bambaataa, Afrika Islam from the west coast, and the Zulu Nation.

Queen Goddess Summer release of her spoken word cd to the book inspired by the legendary Ruby Dee, who encouraged her to go in the studio with her kids whom Queen was working with to record her spoken word cd.
Which the living legend Ruby Dee emphasize has the potential to be nominated for a Grammy. Queen Goddess took Ruby Dee's advice and recorded the spoken word cd with her seven year old daughter Zawadi and sixteen year old son Ras. Queen Goddess released her cd on August 2nd 2007 on South Beach at The Catalina Hotel and has nineteen entries in the Grammy's for this powerful, uplifting, inspirational cd with her two children which makes this cd a joy to listen to.

Queen Goddess has also written for Sketch Book 80, Urban America, Ebonix Communication, and Felon Magazine. Queen currently writes for Unity Press Newspaper in Miami..

Queen Goddess is Naturalized with Her Native American Yamassee Tribe of The Moors based in Georgia where she is known as "Nin Goddess El where she is in charge of the nation Health & Wellness Ministry.

Queen Goddess is a Board Certified Master Herbalist also known as A "Natural Healer" and Goddess is currently residing in Miami Florida with Her lovely teenage daughter Tykima Zawadi Gyasi.



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Cultral beats and swift lyrics
I love the sounds. You got the skills to Teach the youth. "Ignorance is nonsense"

Blackfoot U-Ahk

Spoken Word Inspired By The Dark Sides of a Woman!
you already know how i feel about the book and the cd! bang'n, bang'n, bang'n!
keep up the great work! i'll b catch'n up w/u n uh minute! maybe your next projext can b the "dark sides uv uh man" .
holla' if yuh hear me!
i appreciate your innner strength, wisdom, patience & power to bring this type of life experience to the forefront for others to witness . peace & blessings and keep on w/the keeping on top uv the game!
~br.b aka dat blu kat!


bullet! bullet!
Queen, I'm feeling the tracks! I see you miss Ziwali!! doing your thang! ;)
ya'll stay blessed,
Much love

Bonita Atkinson

Dark sid of a woman
She is an awesome inspirational sister.

Barrington aka Brooklyn Born

The Album
The words you write are so deep, I can't wait to meet you in person. It would be a great honor to do so. You are truely and inspirational sistah. Love ya.

barrington aka Brooklyn Born

The album
Your words are so deep I can't wait until the day we meet. Your words are so up lifting and insprtional, I'm honored to have you as a friend. Love ya

Kris D

Infinite blessings
Everytime I listen to this album I receive infinite blessings. This album touched me to the core as it took the time to address what hip hop normally steers away from. When you listen to each selection you become a part of the creative process that produced this wondeful, well crafted work. It has become a permanent addition to my cd wallet in my car.

Brooklyn Born

The Album
I love the work you do..Oneday I hope to be half gifted as you, and if that happens then I would have accomplished something. Your words are so informative and inspirational. Queen you are such a blessing to all of us, who you had grace us with your freindship. Love Ya.

Sis. Rebekah


Luqman Smith

Spoken Word Inspired By The Dark Side of a Woman
Move over Erykah and make room for Queen Goddess!!
The music, beats & message are inspirational, motivational & right on time. Having heard your Word, I must read your book and look forward to supporting all your creative endeavors.
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