Brooklyn-native Rha Goddess provides spent her career endeavoring to bridge the gap between hip-hop, spoken word, and politics activism. A previous spokesperson for KRS-One’s Zulu Country, Rha Goddess in addition has worked tirelessly being a community activist along with a school lecturer, and spent some time working alongside KRS-One in creating the Temple of Hip-hop. Together with her dedication to social awareness, Rha Goddess in addition has carved out a good music career. She’s proved helpful alongside rappers, such as for example Chuck D, in addition to spoken word performers, like the Last Poets. Rha Goddess also coined the word “floetry,” which she defines being a fusion of poetry and music. In 2000, she released her first single record, Soulah Vibe, and it is focusing on a follow-up single project planned for discharge in 2002.