Khadijah Moon - Singer | Songwriter

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Khadijah carries a room like few others

in the DC Songwriters circuit.

With a persona so powerful,

she makes even the unabashed pay attention.”

-JA Thueson, founder of Songwriters & Poets




If you love honest and free expression, you will love Khadijah Moon. Khadijah Moon is an eclectic blend of soul, rock,spoken word, funk and jazz. She crafts artful stories through song with powerful lyrics and brilliant arrangements. With a three- octave vocal range, Khadijah Moon is inspired by lush musical landscapes that fuse musical flavors in creative ways. Khadijah Moon delivers a pleasurable aural experience that will hook and inspire you. Come closer, stay open and enjoy the sounds.



Since the start of her career, Khadijah Moon has appeared on numerous stages showcasing her talents as a versatile singer with incredible depth and musical instinct. She has appeared on renowned stages such as the Apollo Theater in New York and has shared billing at local and national festivals featuring artists such as George Clinton and Parliament, Wyclef Jean, Sheila E., Ayanna Gregory and more.  

As a spoken word artist, she was featured for two years as a poetry host at Busboys & Poets in Washington, DC and has edited three volumes of the Liberated Muse anthology series featuring writers and visual artists from around the world. As a poet, singer and playwright, she has served as the Creative Director of the arts collective Liberated Muse Arts Group which she founded in 2008.



In 2016, Khadijah compiled her music into a one-woman show called Song of a Space Cadet, presented by Artscape, the nation's second largest arts festival. The production featured music, poetry and monologues to share her memoir of how she rebounded from personal and national tragedy to create powerful art. Soon after, she released a CD of the music from the show titled Song of a Space Cadet.


Honored for her artistic efforts, Khadijah has been awarded a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award in Non-Classical Solo Performance, been named a Top Forty UNDER 40 in the Arts & Humanities from the Prince George's County Social Innovation Fund and selected as an Artist of Distinction by the organization Womanifesting, Inc.


Using her professional work as a creative to inspire and help others, she offers trainings, workshops and speaker services through the brand as The Creative Midwife. On the website, you can book her services, view free tutorials and listen to archives of her former inspiration segment "Living Unbound" which was aired weekly on WEAA 88.9 FM on First Edition with Sean Yoes in 2017.

Download her music today on iTunes, TIDAL, and other online sellers.



Places You May Have Seen/Heard

Khadijah Moon:

WTTG Fox 5 Morning Show
• WAMU 88.5 FM “Metro Connection” (NPR)
• WHUR 96.3 FM “Joe’s Café” and “The Michael Baisden Show” (Howard University)
• WPFW 89.3 FM “Live at 5”  (Pacifica Radio)
• Showtime at the Apollo

• Carter Barron Amphitheatre (Washington, DC)
• Smithsonian Institute (Washington, DC)
– Anacostia Community Museum
– National Folklife Festival
• Busboys & Poets (Washington, DC)
• United States Peace Corps Headquarters (Washington, DC)
• Environmental Protection Agency (Washington, DC)
• Mr. Henry’s (Washington, DC)
• Hillyer Art Space (Washington, DC)
• Mellow Mushroom (Washington, DC)
• Black Fox Lounge (Washington, DC)
• The Black Squirrel (Washington, DC)
• The Potter’s House (Washington, DC)
• DC Public Library System (Washington, DC)
• Annie’s Art Gallery (Camp Springs, MD)
• ArtSpring (Silver Spring, MD)
• The Bonifant Theatre (Silver Spring, MD)
• The Round House Theatre (Silver Spring, MD)
• Vicino’s (Silver Spring, MD)
• Germano’s (Baltimore, MD)
• Morgan State University (Baltimore, MD)
• Baltimore Theatre Project (Baltimore, MD)
• Alexandria Public Library System (Alexandria, VA)
• Northern Virginia Community College (Alexandria, VA)
• Little Black Pearl (Chicago, IL)

• Light City Balitmore (2016)

• DC Poetry Festival (2015)
• Art Sanctuary’s Black Writing Festival (2015)
• Artscape (2016, 2015, 2014)
• Baltimore Book Festival (2015, 2014)
• Art All Night DC (2014)
• Humanities, Art and Technology Festival (2013)
• Adams Morgan Day Festival (2013)
• Figment DC (2012)
• Black Age of Comics (2010)
• BlogHer ‘10
• Artomatic (2009, 2012)
• Capital Fringe Festival (2009, 2010)
• Pedagogy and Theater of the Oppressed Conference (2009)
• The Green Festival (2009)