True to the T in her name, Toni Hill is a triple threat; a writer, vocalist and emcee her resume like her talent is legendary. Her debut solo album Only Love was released in 2009 on the heels of more than a decade of success as a solo artist as well as a member of the revered hip hop groups Sirens Echo and Hungry Mob. Toni’s career has led her to share the stage with notables as Saul Williams, KRS One, Black-Eyed Peas, Zap Mama, Common, the legendary Roots crew, The Coup and more.
Beyond music, Ms. Hill holds a B.S In Social Science from Portland
State University, was the recipient of the Zora Neale Hurston Literary
award, an American legion award and recently awarded the Lilla Jewel Fund for Women Artists in 2012. Although her rhymes and vocals are in high demand, Toni Hill doubles as an activist & educator. She has lent her energies to several organizations that deal with social Justice & youth empowerment, including: Feed The People (Atlanta), Guerrilla Theatre (Portland), Sisterz of the Underground (San Francisco), Power Of Hope (Seattle), Youth Speaks (Seattle) Seattle Debate Foundation and Gateways for
incarcerated youth program(Olympia). Toni is a guest speaker,
panelist, and lecturer at colleges and universities throughout the