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Top 3 Free Music Distribution
Rap and every other genre have evolved since the ’90s because back in those days releasing a song to the whole world or to the radio would mean you have to get signed by a record label first, they are also the ones who help you book the studio session and control the music distributing, but now music distribution service companies are coming into existence which would help the independent and low budget artists right now going into music and I am here to give you the best free distribution service.
Reactions as Tems Goes Mad, Walks Out of Show (Video)
Last year, the name Tems went from a name not many people knew about to practically a household name. Her hit 'Try Me', and consecutive hit 'Essence' with Wizkid has catapulted her into the Nigerian consciousness and Tems is now one of the most successful artists we have currently in the industry.
The Sky is Cyan
Back maybe about 20 years ago I was at a weekly Houston area gathering called Metro. Typically there would be a speaker, think early Ted Talks, and some live music. The guest musician that night was a man who I would enjoy many cups of coffee with over the next few years named Seth Woods. As he approached the stage with only an acoustic guitar, a friend leaned over and told me he looked like me in 30 years. We had the same crazy hair and scruffy beards. As luck would have it, I was able to get to know Seth over the next few years. It turned out that we had some mutual friends. When I told Seth this a while later, we realized we were within only a few months of each other! We both had a good laugh about it, but I have to admit that Seth got the short end of that joke.
E The Elite
E speaks from his own personal experiences and uses his platform to guide listeners through his growth and progression in hopes that they can relate and grow together. Despite the tests and trials that E faced throughout his early life in Newark, he has maintained a positive outlook and has found therapy in the form of self expression.
Shake the Internet
When I hear the beat of a bongo and guera working together with a bass and some guitar plucking, my entire spine tingles. I can close my eyes now and imagine the flashing lights in the club, the hand guiding me paso por paso, vuelta por vuelta through a Bachata, a Salsa, a Cumbia. My heart feeling light, my brain empty of all feelings but the euphoria brought on by synchronized movement with friends and strangers alike. There is something about the connection that needs no words, the mutual understanding of you and I dancing while surrounded by others doing the same. Everyone from different backgrounds with different reasons, but sharing the same purpose, to move together. Dance heals us, dance creates a safe space, dance creates connections.
*SOUR* olivia rodrigos album wtf (songs ranked)
So, Olivia Rodrigo dropped her debut album SOUR on May 21st 2021 and I honestly need to rein in the emotions. Rodrigo does not hold back when it comes to song writing, hitting everyone in their feels. From starting the album with brutal to songs like happier and enough for you, she has really hit the nail on the bat on diversifying her music.
20 Facts about Blackpink members you don't know :- 1. How old are the members of Blackpink? Lead singer Jisoo (real name Kim Ji Soo) was born on January 3, 1995, making her 24 years old. Rapper Jennie (Kim Jennie) is 23 years old. Rosé was born on February 11, 1997, and is 22 years old. Lisa is also 22 years old, and celebrates her birthday on March 27.
“Every night in my dreams. I see you; I feel you. That is how I know you go on….” As I prepare for church on Sunday morning, I’d mumble these lyrics. The song “My Heart Will Go On” by Céline Dion. I didn’t know English; I spoke Swahili, the language we speak in Tanzania, East Africa.
Book Review: Secrets for the Mad by Dodie Clark
Dodie Clark is one of, if not my favorite musician and songwriter of all time. Her lyrics are always brilliant, putting words to feelings and experiences that are difficult to communicate but relatable to pretty much everyone. With her debut book Secrets for the Mad: Obsessions, Confessions, and Life Lessons, Dodie continues to demonstrate that her insightful style is not exclusive to her music. Her narrative writing is just as powerful and universally relatable as her music, and it feels just as inviting and cathartic. However, it's not just a book meant for her fans -- it's a book that is accessible to anyone and one that I personally feel is the most important exploration of mental health issues available right now.
The Playlist that Shaped My Teenage Years
I’ve always been fascinated by the ability of music to transport us back to a moment in time, so vivid, we can almost breathe the emotions right into our being - the good, the bad, and the ugly. I can hear a song from 20 years ago and find myself singing every lyric as though it hasn’t been decades since I last heard it. It’s an incredible universal medium and practically unavoidable. One line from a song over the speakers at a grocery store can do you in.
Never My Call
"Never My Call" is about the realisation that being there for someone doesn't necessarily mean having the answers. I wrote this piece with my relationship with my wife in mind. This song isn't a real account for any sort of drama we have sustained but it does speak of a maturing relationship. The first verse is about the prospects, the possibility and the fantasy that new love can offer and the second verse is about sustaining, accepting and supporting.
RedSquare Beauty Ranking per Era
Disclaimer! This list is for entertainment purposes only. The Author does not intend to demean or make less of the visual of the members or their talents.