In addition to their work as a performing artist, they spent over a decade organizing with Detroit Summer, a multi-racial, inter-generational collective in Detroit that is transforming communities through youth facilitative leadership, creativity, and collective action. Invincible also co-coordinated and co-founded the Detroit Future Youth network to support social justice and media-based youth projects throughout the city. Invincible has produced events, organized actions, designed curriculum, facilitated workshops, woven participatory community media projects, and more, while simultaneously creating music, media, and touring internationally.As a co-founder of EMERGENCE Media, Invincible released their debut album ShapeShifters (2008) and produced award winning videos like The Revival (2009) about women in hip-hop, and Locusts (2008) exploring displacement and gentrification in Detroit. They have performed on stages and in clubs, community centers, campuses, pride celebrations, and festivals around the world for over a decade, both as a solo artist, and featured as part of the gender justice Hip-Hop collective ANOMOLIES. They teamed up with longtime producer Waajeed in 2010 to release a limited edition 7" single "Detroit Summer/Emergence." Invincible was a 2010 fellow of Kresge Arts in Detroit, and a 2009 fellow of the Ellen Stone Belic Institute for Women and Gender in the Arts and Media. They currently do not perform or present solo work.
Invincible is currently working with Complex Movements to create Beware of the Dandelions - an interactive multimedia installation exploring the relationship between complex sciences and social justice movements through science fiction, music, projections, animation, workshops, and organizin