Earth Saylove

Saylove

Earth (born October 10th, 1981), also known by stage name Saylove, is an Amerrisquen hip hop artist, producer, and author. In 2019, Saylove performed for The Indigenous Peoples March Benefit Concert in D.C., and at The Nation of Gods and Earth’s Show and Prove in Harlem. Earth grew up on jazz and hip hop in the 80’s, inclined to songwriting, music, and dance. Through the 1990’s, Earth was a runaway, in and out of group homes, and taken in by a friend’s family. In the early 2000’s, she started producing radio under “Deejay Saylove,” performing at Universal Zulu Nation events, emcee battles, and was twice nominated for Best Hip Hop Act of the Year. In 2009, she completed a MA in Peace Education. In 2011, she published, Hip Hop and the Art of Peace Education, based on her M.A.’s thesis. From 2010-2013, she organized a national campaign, to Free Sara Kruzan from life without parole. Earth released, Jazzy Peoples Pt. 1, and in 2014, was named an International Artist of Nicaragua. Since 2016, Earth has been mentoring girls targeted for human trafficking. In 2021, she launched The Jazz Flower with Saylove, and in 2022, she established EARTHSAYLOVE LLC, her music, publishing, and media production company. Earth’s now seeking sponsors for her curriculum to reach minors and young adults in the system in all 50 states for The 50th Anniversary of Hip Hop 2023-2024! Download Saylove on Apple Music, order her books on Amazon, and hyperfollow.com/earthsaylove