Project BeYouToFull is a project that celebrates authenticity. It includes a series of photos and interviews from people that inspire either me or you.
We live in a world where we are confronted in every direction by things/people/situations telling us who we should or should not be. In reality the more we embrace exactly who we are, the more we can vulnerably pour that into what we create and the more that will resonate with the people around us. Loving ourselves FULLY and then expressing ourselves vulnerably are the most courageous things a person can be. This project celebrates those who do just that.
Baoku Moses is a professional cultural African performing artist and an Afro-beat musician, singer, song writer, band leader and a composer from Nigeria based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Baoku trained and perform professionally as an African drummer and dancer in Nigeria for eight years, before moving to the USA in 2002.
Baoku has a new, electrifying album being released in March of 2019.
JP: What is love to you?
Baoku: Love is life itself and it is freedom. Love is unconditional because it is the purest experience of human life.
JP: What is one truth that you know for sure?
Baoku: One truth I know for sure is that I AM enough.
JP: What is one lesson you’ve learned in life?
Baoku: My biggest lesson I’ve learned is to rely on my strength given to me by the source.
JP: What scares you?
Baoku: The only thing that scares me is that I trust to easily and that I might get hurt for that reason.
JP: If you knew everyone was listening, what would you want to tell them?
Baoku: Continue to trust in yourself and believe in yourself.
Check out his music here: