Called "a new American badass” by Time Out New York, Neycha is a recording artist, performer, author, speaker and content creator. She has appeared on nationally syndicated radio programs and television. Her work has appeared in and on numerous media outlets including The Huffington Post, Essence.com, Ebony Magazine, Ebony.com, Allure, The Washington Post, The Root, ABC News, Centric TV, Global Grind, Trace Magazine, Time Out New York, Heart & Soul Magazine, etc.
A celebrated indie-artist, who has shared the stage with 24-7 Spyz, Burnt Sugar, The Veldt and others, Neycha was named “one of the seven best bands” in Time Out New York’s annual round up of best NYC bands. Her genre defiant CDs, the dirty side up and White Noise, along with the acid hip-hop anthems for which Neycha is perhaps best known are what she calls “instinct music - from the gut out.”
Neycha's third studio album, The Holy Hell of Hope, (HHOH) which began its multi-installment release in 2013 with the single “I’m Still Here” launched on essence.com. The HHOH boldly picks up where Neycha left off after her abrupt hiatus from music in the early 2000s following the homicide of her life partner of 10 years.
Fans of Neychaʼs distinct sound will find themselves right at home. The HHOH is full of the same gritty drums, outside-the-box song structure, vocal stylizing, dirty guitars and synths tucked in the crevices found on her critically acclaimed debut album, the dirty side up.