Morley, a native of Queens, NY, has performed all over the world, and had the honor of presenting at TEDWomen. Her song "Women of Hope" (video by Damani Baker "Still Bill") has been featured in several Nobel Women's Initiative documentaries and has brought her before many world leaders and policy makers. She has performed for His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Ban Ki-moon, Mary Robinson, and Ela Gandhi. She has also written, collaborated, and shared the stage with such distinguished artists as Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon, Toshi Reagon, Robert Wilson, Raul Midón, Amadou et Mariam, Joan Wasser, Dave Matthews, Sheryl Crow, Queen Latifah, Angélique Kidjo, Sarah McLachlan, Max Roach, Wynton Marsalis and Cassandra Wilson.

Morely responds to a few questions from Luna. . . .

Please share a little about your "Ted Talks" performance
It was an honor to share the room with so many people on the front lines for change and progress. one of the presentations i had to be on vocal rest for and my dear friend toshi reagon sang for me, I played guitar and spoke some lyrics and she sang the song into the room, it was a thrill and a privilege as she taught me the first chords i learned to play.

MORLEY by Ebet Roberts

Morley by Sandrine Lee

Speak a little to what you try and convey to your audience through your lyrics
I want to convey joy, community, kindness for self, earth and others.

Tell us a little about the new record "Undivided"
Undivided is a journey of celebration, love, courage and the willingness to begin addresses loss and how interconnected we all are. there is a lot of love and attention to detail in this album and i am very happy to share this chapter of my life through music with people, i think there is a lot people can relate to in the stories.