This powerful multi~media hip hop artist, producer, and sound designer, is also an audio engineer, songwriter, and natural perfumer. Nejma Nefertiti utilizes hip hop and technology as tools to empower black, brown, and first nation youth for generations to come. Her revolutionary matriarchal legacy is to create awareness, inspiration, and social change throughout the entire world, for all oppressed peoples.

She is visionary of the Women’s Freedom Collective Party, which proposes women’s self defense and weaponry training for the protection and freedom of all women worldwide.

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, inspire, and unite, shining in a place where poetry will be the equivalent of the new manifestos.

She consistently performs with the Afro Yaqui Music Collective, bringing hip hop into dialogue with jazz, funk, soul, and indigenous musics of the 21st century.

She has performed her work at:

*Pianos, NYC

*Joe’s Pub, NYC

*The Nuyorican Poets Cafe, NYC


*The Red Rooster/Ginny’s Supper Club, NYC

*The Blue Note Jazz Club, NYC

*The People’s Garden, NYC

*The Pyramid Club, NYC

*Von, NYC

*April & Nina’s Salon, NYC

*Bailey’s Cafe, NYC

*Whiskey Burger, NYC

*Bronx Museum of the Arts, NYC

*Howl! Happening Gallery, NYC

*Dear Mama Coffee, NYC

*The Westbury Inn, NYC

*The Commons Cafe, NYC

*Town, NYC

*Cornelia Street Cafe, NYC

*Seed, Newark, NJ

*The Regent, Los Angeles, CA

*The Airliner, Los Angeles, CA

*The Rhythm Lounge, Los Angeles, CA

*The Federal Bar, Los Angeles, CA

*The Kasil Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

*Apache Café, Atlanta, GA

*The James Street Gastropub and SpeakEasy, Pittsburgh, PA

*The Zenbarn, VT

*Feast & Field, VT

*Bar Renard, Montreal, Quebec

*OriGn, Montreal, Quebec

*Agua Negra, Palmarejo, & Taria in Yaracuy, Venezuela

Full Sail University — Bachelor of Science in Music Production, 2015 | Valedictorian