When your heart is as big as your Afro, when your talents stretch from teardrop soul-singing to freestyle rapping to a first-class degree from a top Continental university, when you’ve got so much to say about so much, then you are in it for the long haul.
Every year since her musical career took off in 2005, this Afro-German singer has built on her successes, stretched her muscles and widened her range. Her voice strikes an eerie balance between rage and pain as she offers commentary on key social issues.
At TEDxIkoyi, Nneka shared her personal story in her trademark down- to- earth style about love, growth and fulfilling her destiny. She then performed “Suffri” and “My Home”, which were inspired by “life’s big questions”.
Below is her performance at TEDxIkoyi and a short video on her thoughts about the Occupy Nigeria movement