Princess Nokia, also known as Wavy Spice, or simply Destiny is paving the way through hip hop with her music and spirit. The independent rapper from Spanish Harlem and Lower east side of New York, made her debut with her latest project 1992. Princess Nokia reveals a uniquely free spirited aspect of hip hop. Touching on subjects like her afro indigenous spirituality, feminism, gender, race, and urbanism, it's hard to ignore her complexity. What drew me and many other young people to Princess Nokia was her spiritual wealth. I became interested in her thoughts on self awareness and spiritual solitude before listening to her music. She stresses the importance of reclusiveness, because this will shape you into the person you're meant to be. After receiving positive affirmations from speaking at Brown University, Princess Nokia will use her Smart Girl Club platform for “spiritual wellness, divine healing, educational magic and Afro indigenous identity." Destiny's music is organic, bold, and unapologetic. She is able to express her wisdom and give people confidence throughout everything she speaks.