Is it prophecy when at the age of four X-fiya was seen on stage by her grandmother blowing kisses to the assembled parents in her kindergarten class? The show hadn’t begun yet and she had already seen a vison of what was coming in her future. Picture that and then fast forward 18 years into the present and witness X-fiya beginning the show by introducing the world audience to her song “I get it”.
The song is a fitting nod to her stage name as she spits with a cadence, self-assurance and self-penned lyrics the Hip Hop pioneers would be proud of while seamlessly weaving the verses into a melodic R&B harmonized hook. Her grasp of both genres is masterfully on display. Her facility with both genres is something that comes along once in a generation.
X-Fiya has graced the stage at the Puerto Rican Day Parade, Performed for full audiences in Harlem and has even backed up well-known Gospel Singer, Smokie Norful. In August 2020 she was listed in Source Magazine as a top upcoming artist that music fans should be looking out for. Owner and Head Engineer of Brooklyn Brewery Recording Studio Andrew Krivonos (who has had the likes of Travis Scott, Logic, Common, Jhene Aiko lay down tracks at his studio) said, "X-fiya's ability to write, arrange and perform her music will cement her as a fixture in the industry for years to come".
Here is another Prophecy: With patience and determination …X-fiya is going to be “Getting it” for a long time to come.