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Retro Microphone

From the love album "To The Moon & Back," I present to you a collection of love songs crafted with the utmost care for my beloved daughters. These melodies and stories are not just about the present; they are a bridge to our ancestral past, ensuring that even when I'm no longer here, my daughters will carry the essence of our heritage within them. Thank you for your unwavering support.

May you enjoy this heartfelt journey through time and love.

New Song

This song is a tribute to my grandmother, Mountain Eagle Woman. In a time when so much of our Native culture has been lost, her spirit remains alive within me. Created as a homage to Great Spirit and our ancestors, this song echoes with the timeless wisdom and reverence of our heritage.

Aho Mitakuye Oyasin.

"Wen' De Ya Ho" is a cherished Cherokee morning song, sung by many women in the tribe to honor the Creator at the break of dawn. I learned this song from my grandmother during my childhood, and I've continued the tradition by teaching it to my daughters. My hope is that they, too, will pass it down to their children, preserving our heritage for future generations.

As indigenous people of Turtle Island, it's crucial that we hold onto the history, culture, and language of our ancestors. This song, with its profound meaning of "I am of Great Spirit," serves as a reminder of our connection to our spiritual roots and the land we call home.

Every day, my grandfather's voice echoed through our neighborhood as he recited the Adhan, the call to prayer, at the Masjid just two blocks from our childhood home.

This track serves as a heartfelt tribute to my grandfather, whose call to prayer left an indelible mark on my upbringing. Additionally, it pays homage to the 15th-century poet Rumi, whose profound words continue to inspire and resonate across generations. Through this music, I aim to honor both my grandfather's legacy and the timeless wisdom of Rumi, blending their spirits into a harmonious tribute that reflects the richness of my upbringing.

Aho Mitakuye Oyasin

"Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo" translates to "I bow to the Divine teacher within." In my household, I prioritize granting my daughters religious freedom, allowing them to embark on their personal journeys to connect with the divine. I've worked diligently to establish a robust spiritual foundation for them, trusting in their ability to discover their inner peace and alignment.

For over two decades, I've delved into the study of Sanskrit mantras, immersing myself in their profound wisdom and resonance. This particular mantra holds a special place in my heart, as I often hear my daughters humming it throughout our home. Recognizing its beauty and transformative power, I felt compelled to share it with the world.

I hope this song resonates with you and brings positive energy into your home, just as it has enriched ours.

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