I grew up in the Land of Sugar and have been writing music since I was three. I’ve always been somewhat of a closed book, that is until I started diving into music — it became the one place where I could truly open up. My grandfather, Eddie Greene, taught me that one voice can make a difference. It is because of him that I am not afraid to embrace my Jewish identity and it is because of him that I finally got the courage to use my voice. I’ve witnessed first hand that music has the power to heal us, and my wish is to become a part of that healing process and to wear my grandfather’s name proudly.