Inna started making music aged 14, but today, having left a record deal with Warner Bros. behind, the Malian singer is so much more than a musician. Also a photographer and filmmaker, it is beyond art where Inna has found her full calling. An activist in web3 and beyond, Inna has worked to promote awareness of the impact of climate change with the UN, founded her own climate initiative, Code Gree, and is Head of Philanthropy at World of Women, working to support women and girls from across the world. She speaks to Leo Nasskau about the power of storytelling, web3 philanthropy, and why she believes the space will continue to flourish.
Our favourite quote? “Art with advocacy, activism, and philanthropy is really something that can create powerful movements.”
Leo is part of the founding team at Culture3. He has been in the web3 space since 2020 and is an award–winning editor. His podcasts reach tens of thousands a month and he is the Chair of UniReach, the EdTech non–profit he founded whilst studying at the University of Oxford. He writes about technology, web3, and culture.