Nmachi Som-Anya

  • August 10, 2017By Nmachi Som-Anya

    Samaria aka the “Voicemail Queen” is a developing artist from Oakland who is getting known for her impeccable storytelling skills and ability to evoke emotion through the fluidity of words. As a member of the Tsunami Mob, Samaria has been exposed to the raw-cut wavy sound and thus, it has heavily influenced her sound. From

  • June 14, 2017By Nmachi Som-Anya

    For years I have suffered from depression and social anxiety and being a Nigerian woman, I honestly don’t think any one person can fathom how difficult it is to just survive being those two things at the same time. Between balancing sports, two jobs and trying to excel academics, I feel the pressure to be successful

  • May 19, 2017By Nmachi Som-Anya

    On the morning of May 18, 2017, the world awoke to the sudden death of Chris Cornell. Cornell was discovered by a family friend who called 911 around midnight after he went to check on Cornell and found the grunge rocker “unresponsive” on the bathroom floor at the MGM Grand hotel in Detroit.  According to the

  • May 18, 2017By Nmachi Som-Anya

    SoundCloud is the collective baseline where all professional and aspiring spoken word artists, rappers and singers can post their projects for all to see. For artists like UglyGod and Chance The Rapper, it is the stepping stone into their career. To have a platform to post uncensored content is amazing because we get to hear their truth,

  • May 16, 2017By Nmachi Som-Anya

    Some say the world is an unforgiving place in which no one makes it out alive. It full of famine, malady, and unworldly pain but why do we choose to see the world in this way? Millions of people live a life unfulfilled because of their poor outlook on the universe. Many of them, fall