Born Michele Johnae Wainwright on May 21, 1990, rapper Moshee began her music career at the young age of 14. Even though she has lived all over the Baltimore area, East Baltimore is where she calls home. Her parents were extremely strict and she was mostly confined to staying in the house. But it was in her home that she discovered she had a gift of writing poetry and it was there that she realized her love for hip hop. Moshee took her love for rap music and her natural talent of writing poetry and started composing her own lyrics to songs she heard on the radio. This was a pastime for her while being stuck in the house but it eventually developed into a strong passion to become a legendary female rapper.
Moshee is inspired by many rappers including Shauna and Remy Ma. She likes Shauna’s lyrical style and compares it to Remy Ma who has a raw edge and words that harmonize with real life depictions. Moshe also admires rapper Ludacris and is motivated by Jay-Z because of his constant flow of albums and consistent chart topping hits.
With ambitions to be at the top of the rap industry, Moshee has written over 100 songs. She is focused on being an independent woman and writes positive lyrics that focus on helping young women deal with many life situations and to encourage them to dream big and to never give up. Moshe is encouraged by old school rapper Queen Latifah who paved the way for other female rappers as an activist for women’s rights with her positive lyrics that served as motivation for young girls. She has a passion for strong, educated, and influential people in society and hopes to one day meet President Obama and the first lady, Michele Obama.
Moshee continues to write songs daily and aims to be a positive influence within the community for the younger generation. She is currently a college student studying social work and early childhood education. With her natural talent for writing lyrics and her love for hip hop, Moshe is destined to be at the top of the rap industry.