* Voted # 1 in June of 2009 by
for her single – "A Sinner’s Prayer"
* Voted Best Spoken Word CD - 2009 - "END GAME"
* Nominee for Poet of the Year 2005, 2006 & 2010 –
International Library of Poetry
* She is the artist behind the 2008 & 2009 Women’s
Anthem of the year – “…If He Can’t Hang!”
* Voted Featured Artists of the year
Nashville, TN, SFPC
* Headline artist for the largest Spoken Word tour in
America - The NWO Word Warriors Tour 2008
Tribal Raine is a multi-recorded and
published artist whose works have been used as teaching tools for poetry
college courses. She has performed on stages nationwide the
nation with legends and leaders of the spoken word realm such as: NJ’s Poet Laureate - Amiri Baraka, Abiodune
Oyewole of The Last Poets, Emmy & Peabody award winner – Georgia Me, Abyss,
Tommy Bottoms, Suni Patterson, Malcolm Jamal Warner, Nappy Roots, Queen Sheba, Black Ice, Autumn Ashante, and
She is an activist, an "actionist", a revolutionary and the author of 10 Books.
She is a wife, a mother, a sister and a poet in all aspects….
Never one to to satisfied sitting by with idle hands, she added jewelry design to her already creative talents in early 2011.
Born in Newark, New Jersey, she currently resides in Columbia, SC with her Husband & Partner, Spoken Word artist Max Parthas and 2 of their six children.