“AJ, the One’s songs are an interdimensional portal into an Afrofuturist led future where sexuality and eroticism for Black womxn are embraced, rather than demonized and hypersexualized by patriarchal oppressors.”
"On the 8-track effort, the rising emcee is determined to express her women first and sex positive outlook. She urges her fellow ladies to drop the dead weight and to celebrate and express their womanhood how they choose."
"Our collective envisions a world where artists can shine, thrive, and heal free of socio-economic barriers. We provide opportunities for individuals to de-stress and express using an eclectic array of art forms, in hopes to expand the network, the minds and the reach of all artists."
According to AJ Moultrie, head of creative direction for the Black Resource Center, these design choices had symbolic significance. “The colors of red, black and green symbolize Blackness, and by permanently painting these colors on the UC (Berkeley) campus, we have physically embedded ourselves into the university."