Edited by Nada Abdelrahim
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Living in a world with peace or just living at peace with no worries--all positive energy--everything aligned and going well.
What is your motto?
Live free, die happy.
What is your current state of mind?
My current state of mind is get it by any means, kill negativity with success.
How would you like to die?
I want to live for eternity (laugh).
What is it that you love most about what you do?
What I love most about what I do is that I can express myself through my art, and I have the power to send whatever message I want--music is my life and my journal, it helps me cope with life.
If you could have a conversation with anybody (alive or dead), who would it be?
If I could have a conversation with anybody dead or alive it would be Marilyn Monroe. I love her, I think she was misunderstood and I think she was murdered.
When did you realize that you wanted to be a creative?
I think I was born to create (laugh). As far as I could remember I always loved music, fashion and art, even being in church at like four years old I was more interested in the choir and instruments.
What motivates you?
The youth. I love my son, and my nieces and nephews; they’re always so happy and energetic, I do this for them.
What do you love about being a woman?
The feminine power we possess. We are natural creators—I love dressing up—when I do I feel like a Goddess.
What is your experience of being a woman, while also being a creative?
I receive a lot of love because people admire my talent and my positive energy; I believe everybody has potential to be great and I think I was blessed with the gift to bring it out of everyone.