"To speak about religion through rap, because almost every rap song speaks bad about God and I would like to say good things, and share my experiences with Him. Rap is a form of expression, to express what you live and believe in. Not to speak about what you are not. That is not rap.”
Blanca-White lives in Holland and works at the European Space Agency. She launched, with much success, her first songs on the web, though many people were unaware she sang them.
"One day, the monitor of my group started talking to me about how later that night there was rap performance from a woman named Blanca and that I had to listen to her, that I had to pay attention because I would love the song. She did not recognize me, she didn't know I wrote that song.”
Before singing, Simply Marta was a first division soccer player. Now her field is the stage, and she brings melody to the group.
"We all have a gift. Theirs is the gift of composing, mine to sing it. I think I have a special gift which is my voice, to be able to show in my own way, at least. I think that if it's something you believe in, you can show it, really you should do it.”
Thanks to the deacon and rapper Smdani, they came together to form Dawidhs. On April 26 their first album will come out, but not in stores. You can download it for free on the web. It's their way of celebrating through rap the Year of Faith.
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