Iyeoka Okoawo (/iːˈjoʊkə/) (born April 28, 1975) is a Nigerian-American poet, recording artist, singer, activist, educator and TEDGlobal Fellow. Her music includes elements from soul, R&B, rock, hip hop, and jazz. She began her musical career by founding the group The Rock by Funk Tribe, a collective of musicians that enabled her to interweave her poetry with jazz, blues, funk, and gospel. In 2004, she released her first solo full-length album of poem-songs, called Black and Blues, through Phanai Records. See for more.
This Time Around
Every Second Every Hour
I Am Descending
Hum The Bassline / Poem For Love
Who Would Follow