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MovaKween

Get ready to transcend: On May 7, the National Museum of Women in the Arts is hosting musician MovaKween as part of The Tea, its virtual concert series under its women, arts, and social change initiative. The Tea showcases women musicians as they perform and discuss their creative process with a cup of tea. This entry will focus on the Baltimore artist, who blends R&B, jazz, hip-hop, and neo-soul to create a unique futuristic sound inspired by the Divine Feminine; her debut album AnuKween is due out this year. Her spirituality is the root of her music, her emotional state, and love: “Everything I do focuses on love,” she told the music zine True Laurels in 2015. “Love is always what I talk about.” The event will be livestreamed on Friday, May 7, at noon. Details are available at nmwa.org. Free.