About

Egypt English at N Lovegrove St and North Ave at Baltimore, Maryland
Egypt English, International Recording Artist, Storyteller, Medium, Educator

Spoken Word

Unrivaled in her ability to transmute emotions into words and be the voice from which Mother Nature speaks, poet/spoken word artist Egypt English’s poetry is confidence and power. Her 2019 debut, “Opening Ceremony Vol. 1: The Birth of Egypt English” narrates her battles from a place filled with anxiety and self-doubt to a place of strength and sovereignty.

Her style merges theatrical performance, poetry reciting, and Hip Hop, with an array of neo-soul, gospel, and R & B influences. Egypt’s poetic spells address themes ranging from self-empowerment to natural cosmological order while being sprinkled with religious, spiritual, and socio-political allusions.

Egypt English has worked on projects with a wide range of artists, labels, and producers, including Grammy-nominated producer Benny “Cha Cha” Rubin. Her catalog includes artists like Nune aka Mr Propane, Tim Wayne, Tommy Lehman,D’Jon, Burna, and King Frank May.

Personal Life

Egypt English, (O’Dellshae TruVarsha Wiles Robinson El Bey), grew up in Saponi country at Ringgold, Virginia. Egypt began writing poetry in Kindergarten and fell deeper in love with the art form as she matured. She studied Creative Writing and Theatre and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in English Literature at Frostburg State University, and is an alumna of the ICJS Justice Leaders Fellowship in Baltimore. Egypt currently teaches visual arts to middle school girls in Baltimore. She married her college sweetheart, King Frank May, and in 2019, they welcomed their first son, Tzar.


Discography & Features


Keep up with Egypt!

Check out everything that Egypt has going on below!

Spoken Word Poetry↗

Listen to Egypt English’s recent poetry releases and features.

My Mother Said Write ↗

A serial’ish podcast…COMING DECEMBER 2022.

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Listen to Egypt English’s spoken word here, read the latest blog post from Egypt here, and watch her most recent spoken word/poetry videos here.

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