I’ve met one too many people who think that enlightenment is something you reach on the physical/ it’s more than spiritual/ love, infinite miracles/ but I’m not here to preach just a perspective to reach on
After securing a spot on the Fresh Ink youth slam team, the then-18 year old Villegas traveled to California to compete in the international Brave New Voices youth slam competition, which she says was one of the best weeks of her life. “There was this thing [at Brave New Voices] called The MC Olympics,” Villegas says, “and that was the first time I rocked a fucking crowd...that’s when I knew I was in love with hip-hop." With exposure to the artistic energy of several hundred other poets and lyricists, Villegas came back to San Antonio charged and ready to show the Alamo City what she's made of.
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