Tell us a bit about yourself….
My name is Hunter aka huntertheone aka Waxing Moon aka Mokah Soulfly. My personalities and I are a singer, emcee, writer, poet, and performer. And I’ll mention that Keisha Hunter holds every position that can be a part of a record label and promotion team in addition to a day job at a company that helps nonprofits with fundraising – so keeping with my 3rd person – she stays busy to say the least.
As you have grown within your talent, what inspires you to create?
Life, love, experiences, trials and triumphs. I know it’s pretty cliche’, I feel like at the moment, I’m inspired by the beauty, complexity and simplicity of life and living it.
How long have you been producing your craft and why did you begin this form of expression?
I’ve been singing since I can remember, definitely since I was a youngster in church. My grandmother was the church director and every member of my family, naturally, was a member of the choir, so it made since that I grew up loving music. So, I like countless others, began singing in the church and I’ve come into my own over the years since then.
What do you ultimately want to accomplish with your talent?
I want to touch as many people as I can with a message of hope, love, and light. I want to inspire people to elevate their thinking, to realize that on a broader level, we are all one. I feel like the best way to accomplish that is by just being myself and laying myself on the line in my music. I feel like it will open the door for me to speak my mind on subjects that can be illuminated by the music and it’s power of touching into that universal oneness.
Outside of your artistry, what other interests do you have?
Recently, I’m a social media junkie. I love the ability to not only connect, to also stay connected. I enjoy reading books about consciousness and enlightenment. Spending time doing nothing or anything with my family is always a plus.
What was your first experience with ArtLoveMagic?
I want to say that my first experience with ArtLoveMagic, ironically enough, was girlShow 2010. I’d just gotten into the swing of diving head first into my art, and I thought it was SO amazing. I was destined to be a part of it, I’m sure.
How can someone contact you?