Unconditional featuring Twin Flame Revolution & Nikki Ankara

The Artist 9

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This song is so very special to me. It reminds me that I am love and as such I am always loved. Its also a constant reminder that as my name signifies, I am whole.

It was a little over a year ago that I sat in my friends gazebo and decided that I'd had enough of waiting on outside producers to recreate the sounds that are alive inside of my mind. So, I grabbed my djembe, my macbook, and my mic and decided that Mother Nature and I were going to collaborate.

As I began to sing from my heart, the wind would blow the wind chimes at just the right moment. The sound of birds singing can be heard if you listen closely. Mother again blessed this music with her unconditional love. A love so beautiful that I want to share it with you here.

The inspired words of Twin Flame Revolution are a reminder that we are that love and the understanding of that beingness is how worlds change.

The song ends with the magical and powerful voice of Nikki Ankara singing in a language that is no longer spoken, Taino. Here is what she sings: "(Ari daneke)here, my people, (guakia ca tureygua) we are celestial, (Isika bi bajaku)We first began as light/bringing the light (Guakia ca guami)We are God"

Love Always, ~9

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

This song is so very special to me. It reminds me that I am love and as such I am always loved. Its also a constant reminder that as my name signifies, I am whole.

It was a little over a year ago that I sat in my friends gazebo and decided that I'd had enough of waiting on outside producers to recreate the sounds that are alive inside of my mind. So, I grabbed my djembe, my macbook, and my mic and decided that Mother Nature and I were going to collaborate.

As I began to sing from my heart, the wind would blow the wind chimes at just the right moment. The sound of birds singing can be heard if you listen closely. Mother again blessed this music with her unconditional love. A love so beautiful that I want to share it with you here.

The inspired words of Twin Flame Revolution are a reminder that we are that love and the understanding of that beingness is how worlds change.

The song ends with the magical and powerful voice of Nikki Ankara singing in a language that is no longer spoken, Taino. Here is what she sings: "(Ari daneke)here, my people, (guakia ca tureygua) we are celestial, (Isika bi bajaku)We first began as light/bringing the light (Guakia ca guami)We are God"

Love Always, ~9

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