From rural to urban, ancient to contemporary, Ee’da’s work encapsulates diversity. Her music traverses hip-hop, soul, folk, reggae and spoken word and is bound together by a unique style resonating with vitality, passion and grace.
Ee’da has performed spoken word around Melbourne, supporting Luka Lesson and Bob Holman, performing with the Centre for Poetics and Justice and the founder of Sisters for Sisters, a fundraising event, that features spoken word, “in solidarity and support for sisters in developing countries who have been exploited, sold and abused through sex trafficking.”
Latest posts by Benjamin Solah (see all)
- Tariro Mavondo / Black Boy - September 19, 2018
- Peter Bakowski / A few shorts poems and an aphoristic one - September 12, 2018
- Michael Pardy / One More Moo - September 5, 2018