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“Qualah is a singer songwriter born in Detroit, MI aka Motown raised in Southern Cali. As a young pre-teen age of 11 Qualah began writing lyrics. As time wore on Qualah’s musical writing style shifted to a Hip hop/RnB flow. Qualah later became very interested in Pop and EDM Dance pop music. In 2008 Qualah’s lyrical ability eventually changed to Rap as she wrote her 1st rap song. Although surrounded by doubt about her ability to transition from a singer to a writer Qualah welcomed the challenge and proved her doubter wrong with her Debut E.P. UNconditional.”
Learn more about Qualah at qualah.com
Q. How do you serve your community?
A.I serve my community by sharing value in the form of information and creative expression. The information helps people learn how to gain self sufficiency through entrepreneurial endeavors. My creative expression serves as an outlet for issues in my community.
Q. What are you passionate about?
A. I’m passionate about creating music 🎶 & helping people.
Q. What is your favorite quote?
A. “Treat people how you want to be treated.” I believe everyone can learn from this quote.
Q. What was the last book you read? Who is the author?
A. Unshakable by: Tony Robbins
Q. What song lyrics speak to your heart?
A. “Living in a world where no one’s innocent oh but at least we try. Gotta live my truth not keep it bottled in so I don’t lose my mind.” – “Rain On Me” by Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande.
Q. What do you like most about Asheville, or what is your connection to Asheville?
A. Aisha is doing an amazing job bringing issues of our culture to Asheville. I support her efforts 💯 💯 💯
Q. Tell us about one of your favorite moments on the show, or share a funny story about one of the hosts.
A. I loved the episode when Asheville View discussed women’s sexual rights. There were many perspectives shared and I appreciate the show bringing awareness to a topic that shouldn’t be left to the government
Q. Why should people connect with The Asheville View?
A. Issues are being discussed that may have never been spotlighted. I believe the Asheville View may be a safe place for people to really discuss their struggles and personal truths that will lead to their own healing and, eventually, the healing of the world one person at a time.