Sahj Kaya | Thrilled to Life

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Thrilled to Life

by Sahj Kaya

Spoken Word African Rhythms Neo Soul
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. Kansas City Shining Bright
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2. Time Out for the Haters
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3. Tookie
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4. Media a Part Hides
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5. My Yoke Is Easy
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6. Idol Worshippers
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7. Do You Really Love Me?
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8. Call It What It Is (Not What It's Not)
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Album Notes
SAHJ*KAYA is the abbreviation for SeifualaAdnorijahKaya
Seifuala, means, words of Truth, Adnorhijah means, One sent of love, KAYA means Strong root healing of the nations

I am inspired by love; it is the most powerful energy on the earth. It is the author of our creation. I've always loved to sing and have sang in talent shows choirs, and benefits much of my life, but I began taking my music seriously in 1983 after hearing Bob Marley for the first time. When I heard Bob Marley's music and lyrics I felt an immediate spiritual connection. It was music that felt good with an infectious sound and a profound message for the mind, body and spirit. Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, Earth, Wind, and Fire, have all had a great influence on me as an artist because of their enlightening, insightful lyrics and varied musical expressions
The message I want people to get from my music is that we can break the human cycles of pain, that it's the last days for the old ways, that the media is deceiving you, that the tower of bible is a tower of libel, but love, the greatest power in the world is traveling from a long way, looking for a place to stay, that we got to work together and make it a family of humanity. Whether we thrive, survive, perish or die, the power, the choice lies within
I+I US, JE+US, WE, OUI, US in our human hands

Born; January 23,
Birthplace: Flint Michigan
Graduate: University of Missouri Columbia Mo.
Resident: Kansas City mo/USA

Career:
Founder/director
Reginald j. Gibson Memorial, Foundation for Education

Vice President
East Meets West of Troost

Spiritual counselor, author, lyricist, singer/songwriter, poetess, educator, motivational speaker, peace activist, ambassador for peace,
Ex. producer & host; reggae, culture, rising cable music/video show, Dj; Culture exchange radio show, Mo state coordinator, for "Million Woman March"'97,
Chairwoman 147th chapter of the Afrikan American intl. women's federation for peace and progress, chaplain of the Ethiopian world Fed.Inc.

TRAVEL & Performances
Festivals, Clubs, Colleges, Hotels, Coffeehouses etc. Kansas City surrounding areas, Saint Louis, New York, Oakland, Louisiana, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Cairo, Athens, Montego Bay.
Israel, Turkey, Greece, Egypt, she has sang from bus stops in Cairo, through the trench town of Jamaica she has performed at many festivals including KC Spirit fest, heart of America Jam Fest,
American rights festival, hemp fest and more, many have found her original combination of reggae, hip hop rock riveting, righteous and refreshing!
Obama Fundraiser featuring Dick Gregory in Kansas City

Sahj*KAYA likens herself to a flint stone, a piece of flint creates a spark that grows a great fire of awareness, consciousness and enlightenment

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