"On Everythang I Love." This collection of real life depictions, is centered on love, life, and relationship experiences that Phu'Cha's style and creative writing abilities demanded her undivided attention. By anyone's observation, they would agree that "Love" is a very touchy subject, and "Life" is what it is, and "Relationships" are so uncertain, that any good sound advice is worth the exposure. So that is what Phu'Cha's new album "On Everythang I Love" provides for the listener whether male or female.
"I want people to be able to say they not only overstand me, but that they have been there too. That's why I connect with her music because it’s not only makes me feel good, it gives me comfort when I feel like I’m the only one going through. (Phu'Cha)
Phu'Cha's first album "Nappi Hair Soul Sessions", is a dynamic masterpiece full of culture and real life experiences from an Afrikan point of view. With songs entitled, "Rise Up, Almighty Ancestars, My Afrikan Self, Nappi Hairare soul-fulfilling and calls for humility and pride in one's self and one's race. "Kulture Bandits, Back From You, Money, and Insane," are poetic notions that dissects inhumane activity in our society. Tribute 2 Bob Marley, Malcolm X, P.O.W.'s, Red, Black, and Green, and When the revolution Comes, are all Salutations to the strongest of the fittest of our people past and present. "Vent My Frustrations,Recogneyes, and Insane," are outlets for concerns dealing with things that go on inside the brain, and encouraging people to think for themselves and research on your own. Last but not least, "Block Partay" reminds us of the great times we have when we come together as a people. So, don't sleep on "Nappi Hair Soul Sessions", because you are sure to be missing out on a treat.