Today’s music industry is nothing like it used to be. Sure, you can still by genuine vinyl or CD albums from many different artists to relive the old days, but by and large, most of the new music consumption of … Continue reading
The process of winning a Grammy award starts with a submission and goes through a process of screening, nominating, voting and more. Members of the recording academy and other companies submit recordings, music videos and other music related videos and … Continue reading
‘Without music, life would be a mistake.’ Friedrich Nietzsche You may be thinking that the music industry is full of talented, ambitious people – and you would be right. But with so many different roles to move into, there are … Continue reading
Most of us have a dream. I always wanted to be a world famous footballer or a singer and when I realised that my footballing skills were close to zero I become even more interested in the music world. The … Continue reading
Name: Lenny Hines Why is celebrating Black music important to you? I think black music has a lot to give to society. It’s origins were a way of communication at one point, and to this day we still use music … Continue reading
Name: Billy Hyatt Why is celebrating Black music important to you? Because Black Ppople have and continue to make such great contributions to music worldwide. Without the creative input that different Black culture’s brought to the game, music would be … Continue reading
Why is celebrating Black music important to you? Because it gives an emotional journey that gave us the soul from great creators or artists of color who open and knock down doors for us. We are so grateful! What … Continue reading
Names: Soul Garage Band, Black Alley (members: Kacey- Lead Singer; Animal – Drummer; Josh – Bass; Eric – Lead Guitar; Hope – Keys; Mack – Keys; Beedy – Percussion) Why is celebrating Black music important to you? (Kacey) Celebrating black … Continue reading
Name: L.A. Jackson Why is celebrating Black music important to you? Because Black music is the foundation for all music. So much has spun off from this music that it’s important to remember where the heartbeat of it all came … Continue reading
Name: Jade Simmons Why is celebrating Black music important to you? Celebrating Black music is important because it’s crucial to reflect on the influence of African and African-American culture on almost all forms of music. From African drumming, to jazz … Continue reading
Name: Patricia Wilder Why is celebrating Black music important to you? I am a black woman who expresses herself thru music. It’s a common way of communicating. What do you think of the current state of the music industry? The … Continue reading
Name: Tyrand Why is celebrating Black music important to you? It has so much soul. No matter what type of music it is; jazz, R&B, or gospel they all have stories to tell. This is music I’ve listened to since … Continue reading
Michael Jackson is a man that I will always love and never grow tired of and the more horrible the music industry gets, the more I miss him. Check out this cool video of what his life may have been like if he was raised in the social media era.
- Michael Joseph Jackson 1958 – 2009 (dangerouslee.biz)
- Kelly Rowland Talks Meeting Michael Jackson, Says He Sang “Bootylicious” To Her [Video] (hiphopwired.com)
- 3 hour birthday party for Michael Jackson in Prospect Park Saturday (brooklynvegan.com)
- Michael Jackson Fashion Evolution: 25 Iconic Looks (spinner.com)
” I am not here to simply make great music, but to ignite a revolution among my fans to be who they truly are. I stood up against the societal Indian norms and pressures and took a risk and I want them to do the same. I want to connect with my fans beyond music and inspire a generation of believers. We’re taking over!
Also, a lot of artists in the music business are cookie cutter artists that are made to perform like robots. They don’t write their own music lyrics or have a real understanding of music theory. They seldom get involved in the actual production of their records and this is where I want to be different. I want to stay true to being a genuine artist in being involved in every part of my music movement.”
PRIYA IS A BAD BITCH!!!