O. C. Flow grew up in Washington DC. She got her musical start in the Children’s Choir at her church when she was only seven. There, the seed of music was planted, watered and flourished, giving her peace as she battled childhood bullying.
O. C. Flow didn’t realize the impact of music as therapy, but she knew that she could make people feel good with her singing, and in turn, she felt good as well.
She became heavily involved in the Youth Ministry, where she served as the Youth Musical Director, discovering and practicing her skills at writing, producing, arranging and remixing.
Through the music program at her school, she was able to expand and grow her passion even more, with the opportunity to grace the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Stage with the likes of Richard Smallwood, Betty Wright, and Yolanda Adams.
She continued to be involved in the music program throughout her collegiate education by leading the Campus Ministry Music Program and Gospel Choir. After that, she served as the Lead Soloist and Percussionist of Touch of Intrigue Band until she became a life giver.
Her passion shifted to being a caregiver for her two daughters, but the desire to pursue music didn't cease. Influenced by artists like Jill Scott, Stevie Wonder, Ledisi, Missy Elliott, Lalah Hathaway, Mary Mary and Yolanda Adams, O. C. Flow knew that God had blessed her with talent, and it would be selfish not to share it with the world.
After G-Note, the artist started teaching her daughter how to play the piano, bonding with her through their love of music. The two decided to team up and start M4TF.
Welcome to the Movement!