humanity

Humanity topics include pieces on the real lives of music professionals, amateurs, inspiring students, celebrities, lifestyle influencers, and general feel good human stories in the music sphere.

  • mySound Music
    Published 2 days ago
    Meet Michael Dowd

    Meet Michael Dowd

    Michael “Intellect” Dowd is one of the best up-and-coming artists in the hip hop industry. In order to stand out in the music industry, he is fully committed to the idea of bringing in some creative, unique ways while also expanding his work with a lot of heart, emotions and passion.
  • mySound Music
    Published 5 days ago
    Do Music Genres Reflect Personalities?

    Do Music Genres Reflect Personalities?

    Music is a universal language. A harmonious synchronization of beats and words that beautifully express your true feelings and reflect your emotions that otherwise remain unsaid.
  • Timothy Mudbone Tucker
    Published 6 days ago
    Tim Tucker & OTB MUSIC

    Tim Tucker & OTB MUSIC

    Welcome to Outside The Box Music Store. I sell new & vintage vinyl covering the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. Our service is fast, knowledgeable and friendly. We always respond to inquiries and will give open, honest answers to ensure that the customer's vintage vinyl needs are met. OTB Music is my place to create and sell used vinyl and eventually the music/art I create.
  • Cocoa K. ✨
    Published about a month ago
    She Does Something to Me

    She Does Something to Me

    Erica Abi Wright, also known as Erykah Badu. This woman is known for her beautiful music, her beautiful voice, and her beautiful soul. She’s so eccentric, she brings light into everybody’s life that comes across her.
  • Kristina Sarhadi
    Published 2 months ago
    Grown-Up Magic

    Grown-Up Magic

    "I want you to think of me sitting and singing beside youI wish we could meet all the people behind us in lineThe climb to the crest is less frightening with someone to clutch youBut isn't it nice when we're all afraid at the same time..."—AFP
  • Tammy Renee
    Published 2 months ago
    Tammy Renee at The Crimson Moon

    Tammy Renee at The Crimson Moon

    "I am so excited to be performing at "The Crimson Moon." There are places in the world that an artist like myself has always wanted to play, and this is one of them. I am so humbled to be able to go and share a piece of my heart" ~ Tammy Renee
  • Justin Harris
    Published 3 months ago
    Joshua Tree

    Joshua Tree

    It was a week after my youngest child’s birth. A very special time birth is, a new beginning not only for the child but for all of us. Baby’s mother wanted time to bond with the little one. So we pack up some things and leave for the day.
  • Leon Cardenas
    Published 3 months ago
    Using K-Pop Idols as a Way to Motivate

    Using K-Pop Idols as a Way to Motivate

    Ahhhh... the infamous picture of me before freshman year.
  • Ossiana M. Tepfenhart
    Published 3 months ago
    Artists Reveal the Best Advice for People Who Want to Date a Musician

    Artists Reveal the Best Advice for People Who Want to Date a Musician

    I was talking to my friend, Jay Diamondz, about the crazy things that happen backstage. With the most hilariously casual tone in his voice, he told me that he once had a guy dress up as a busboy to get backstage in order to meet him.
  • Artcha James
    Published 3 months ago
    'Urban Tales Volume Two'

    'Urban Tales Volume Two'

    Urban Tales Volume Two is the second installment in the trilogy. Volume One dealt with growing up in the inner city with stand out stories like "Grandma's House" and "Life Like." The trilogy of Urban Tales is Artcha's mature take on life and growing through generations, culture, politics, education, and relationships. Volume Three is due in the last quarter of 2019 and there are plans to turn all of the musical stories into a theatre production at the top of 2020. Urban Tales Volume Two is accompanied by a short film by Artcha @artchatec Directed by @LDN.Creative and starring @jodyvleigh and @himalsoul. The film places the classic Romeo and Juliet scenario into modern context. How far has society changed when it comes to mixed relationships? In fact, this film opens the debate to relationships in general and the fundamental differences between men and women, addiction and restraint, the poor and the rich, the educated and the ignorant. Artcha has taken the roots of his second album, in the trilogy Urban Tales, to synthesize these ideas and broaden the horizon of what classic hip-hop storytelling can really do.
  • Mike Bernos
    Published 3 months ago
    The Music Muse

    The Music Muse

    Music is my muse, as well as my cultural common denominator and ever-evolving language. I am 68 years old and have worked as a journalist and author, but my supreme passion has been writing and playing music. The creative process used in pursuit of my art provides a direct link to my spirituality; it is my spirituality: When I write or play music, I feel connected to all things, understand most things, and take the greatest succor in being human.
  • Teya Hooper
    Published 3 months ago
    When Words Fail

    When Words Fail

    My thumbs were thumping against the steering wheel, head swaying gently, following the addictive beat of the song coming from my speakers.