The Brooklyn-based singer describes her sound as "acid hip hop."
Brooklyn-based singer/ songwriter Neycha describes her music as "acid hip hop" for the "culturally remixed." The Virginia native hopes her fiery brand of experimental soul will help inspire conversations around the importance of hope—hence she titled her debut album The Holy Hell of Hope to explore "the holy side of hope as well as the hellish side."
Watch her perform a soulful ode to resilience titled "I'm Still Here" and let us know what you think. And check out her official video for "I'm Still Here."