Making Music and Making herstory

Madarocka is mentioned in the New York University Press textbook African & American by M. Halters & V. Showers Johnson


As a Pioneer of Naijamerican Hip Hop subculture, Madarocka's  journey combining the Nigerian and American traditions and values into her art and movement was featured in a textbook called African & American, West Africans in Post Civil Rights America used to teach college level education. In early 2000 the Queen MC was invited to speak at University class rooms, halls, and audotoriums on the subculture of Hip Hop and the positive effects of the Afro concious movement on the youth of the New Millenium. Madarocka performed spoken word and conducted workshops for universities, churches, government officials, delegates, and international women leaders. Madarocka won the 2006 NEA Award for Best Hip Hop Act Male/Female category, and her song Africa Love was nominated the following year.