BIO

Boshia Raejean is an  International  Muslim Model/Lifestyle Influencer and Transformational Artist/Afrofuturist.  from Newark New Jersey. Boshia is the CEO of OPPYMCO a creative  consulting firm, and the founder of Hip Hop New School. By prioritizing suicide prevention and mental health Boshia is a Leader in her own lane. 

 

Boshia has worked with BET (Black Entertainment Television), Refinery 29, Spotify, NBC, Muslim,  Apple, Bustle, New York Times, Warby Parker, Clinique, Parsons New School, Urban Rx,  Pat Mcgrath, Maybeline, Nars, Samsung, Cosmetics,Glow Reciepe,  Supergoop, Nike, Target ,Laura  Mercier, Lancome, Bobbi Brown, Make Up by Mario, Addidas, Old Navy, Cover Fx, and more.

 

Boshia is also a private Birthcoach/Doula  assisting women for over 7 years in Home and Hospital Births.  She centers her Divine Womb Movement  classes around her way of life, Islam "After converting to Islam it was like an innate calling to advocate for  women in labor, and I have all the women that mentored me to thank for that". Her life purpose is to educate humans on the importance of the foundation of  humanity.

 

Boshia’s Journey as an International  Hip Hop Teaching Artist began at Street University in Australia. She is currently an Arts Educator for NJPAC and Wolftrap.  

Boshia also takes an academic approach by  provoking critical thought and conversation on the Hip Hop Literature ,Art and Culture  by Black, African, Aboriginal, Brown, Latinx and Indigenous women in Hip Hop.

 

Boshia is a Creative Coach focused on enhancing  artists' development  through their personal processes and skills through teaching four of the five elements of Hip Hop; (Emceeing, Dance, Graffiti and Knowledge of Self).

 

Boshia’s curriculums and workshops are built to teach students through a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion framework from early childhood to professional development .

 

Boshia continues to advocate for decolonization in the art world, in order to build Social, Communal, and Global Change with through the studies of Afrofuturism  with the  innerderstanding of  the classic art of Hip Hop and all their connections to Islam. “With my fresh perspective and passion my intention is to  connect  humanity, with the practice of purifying their own heart”.

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