Recently, a friend I’ve grown up with since middle school, specifically 7th grade, had me listen to the music genre. Growing up her and I shared music all the time being it was a big part of our lives. She liked the same music as I and when she adapted to something else, she’d share it with me. I’d give the artist a listen and then I’d tell her if I liked it or not. Nine times out of ten I would like it.
Should you copyright your song or use a third party protection service? According to the U.S. Copyright Office, copyright protection concerns original works fixed in any tangible medium of expression, now known or later developed, from which they can be perceived, reproduced or otherwise communicated either directed or with the aid of a machine or device. In other words, if you write a song it qualifies for copyright. In fact, under U.S. Copyright Law, getting a copyright on your song is automatic and the process starts with the date of creation. Whether you record, write down or put it on a CD you have an automatic copyright. Now that you have a copyright on your song, should your register it with the U.S. Library of Congress?
To preface, I'm a very introverted person who while was in Spain, forced myself to go out and be more social. Here's one of my experiences close to the conclusion of my stay due to COVID.
I will admit, I am an unabashed Jeff Tweedy fan. His two 2018 releases, WARM and WARMER touched on themes ubiquitous within us all. With songs about American regret and the search for meaning in an increasingly chaotic world, they caught the feeling of the times. Tweedy continues to elucidate our journey into the unknown with his latest release, Love Is King.
November of 2015 was a month I remember well. It was around the time I discovered a genre of music that would prove to be a life line. Some might say that statement is a strong claim to make. Those people may be right because I do have a heart for theatrics but, this time I don’t believe its a strong enough statement.
Could you imagine your life without music? Probably not, because music is very strongly anchored in our existence. But very few people have the privilege of being able to actually make music themselves. Studies show that 20% of children learn an instrument and 70% of adults wish they had learned one. The good news however: it is never too late to learn an instrument. And here are the best reasons why everyone should learn an instrument at any age:
Gary played with the little wrapped box in his pocket as they pulled into the parking lot at the stables. The smell of nature met their noses as they stepped out of the car.
Disclaimer: the positions for this chart are taking in consideration the views of each music video as of October 11, 2020. By the time this chart is published, the possibility of the positions changing can happen. DDDD by BLACKPINK is slowly catching up to GENTLEMAN by PSY. Thank you for coming back and see the updated version of this chart. Enjoy!
The Grammy-Winning, and Multi-Platinum R&B group 112 has sold over 10 million albums in the United States, has had 15 Hot 100 Hits, and 5 number one Mainstream R&B Hits on Billboard.