"The rising popularity of spoken word poetry is giving a voice to artists like Dylema.
She tells the BBC's Izin Akhabau that it's "so amazing" to have platforms to be on stage and say her truth."
Torn between her Nigerian roots and upbringing in Britain, she didn't know where to call home and so she decided to make poetry her home.
When asked how Spoken Word differs from written poetry, she explains that Spoken Word takes more of a performative stance than more conventional poetry on a page.
Her favourite Spoken Word artists are "those that are the bravest, that say it and deliver it in a way that is entertaining, striking and forges a connection between the performer and the audience."