RhythmWalker can be classified as "a MUSE for entertainers and performers". He brings inspiration, knowledge and fresh ideas to his music, songs he creates. No matter what the subject matter is, you can be sure that the song's hook and music is catchy. RhythmWalker along with Danny Diamonds create a duo group and production team called the "DNR Crew". He's also a member of D.O.P.E. Music consisting of himself, Danny Diamonds, Sonny Cheeba and Jasey Soulz. This is a network of brothers with songwriting, music production and business sense to bring hits to today's music industry. In addition, RhythmWalker is a faithful affiliate of Donsetto Music consisting of Don J, CEO and Falsetto, CFO. Donsetto Music is a multi-entertainment company doing business in Fashion, Artist Management and Music Publishing. RhythmWalker's music brings life to any radio station, dance floor or eardrum. No matter what you're feeling, he has the ability to heal with his music. His music is undefined, artistic, leaving the customer or music lover the option to judge. In an industry where music is saturated by hearing the same producer or songwriter, he brings variety to his music. Music is for the people, by the people. Be prepared to get entertainment! RhythmWalker, is not a trend, fad or one hit wonder looking for fame. He's the innovator of music and very serious and focus in succeeding in the music industry today.
Music gives me expression and connection through it. Whether it's through myself or through others. I grew up in Brooklyn and I was always surrounded by music. Music something that brings new bonds of friendship, family and love.
Honestly, my music dream is to reunite my best friends again, Danny and Jermaine and do a showcase with a funky band. Have the band play our old stuff and new stuff. In addition, have several acts we worked with in the past come through as well. Ultimately, I would like to open up a recording studio and work with musicians and artist.
If I could change the world, I would make going to college absolutely free for everyone. I would provide health insurance for all musicians free and create laws that would give musicians (young and old), free funding so that they can build schools, programs, seminars, etc. to teach the children. All tax free.
Do-I-Do from Stevie Wonder. When I was in the 1st grade, I used to have the radio on when I was sleeping. 98.7 kiss FM would play the hits in the morning and that was one I woke up to when I heard it. Soon as I heard it that day, then I knew I would hear it at my family get together. I would see the video later, etc. I love the bassline and Stevie's and Dizzy's collabo? That's crazy! It was unheard of at the time and that's when a lot of Jazz fusion into R&B/Pop started happening.
Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Micheal Jackson, Pattie Labelle, Luther Vandross, Billy Joel, Earth Wind and Fire, Whitney Houston, George Benson, Norman Conners, Joe Sample, The Crusaders, Meatloaf, The Eagles, The Chainsmokers, U2, Pat Benatar, Sheena Easton, Prince, Sheila E, Run DMC, LL Cool J, Nas, Biggie, Pac, Jay Z, Eminem, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dog, Beyonce, The Lox, Arianna Grande, J Cole, Usher, Redman, Charlie Puth, Ed Sheeran, Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Pink, Mary J Blige, D' Angelo, Method Man, The Roots, Common, Eric B, Vic Mensa, etc. I can't name them all.
Listening to songs that bring out an emotion in me. Once I listen to songs that bring out an emotion, then it inspires me to create something that will inspire. Working with musicians and other artist also inspire. No matter your age, creed or color.
I want people to use their voice to communicate. Whether it's through music or just through everyday conversation. I want my music to bring other's together and share their life experiences, fun and entertainment through my music.
I feel a connection right away. I like to interact with the audience as well. It's like we are one big family. I learned that the audience is looking for something to connect to. They use music to connect some kind of thought, memory or experience.
I think musicians are pioneers and the cornerstone to the life of entertainment. However, nowadays that's changed. The musician has become the hired help instead. We need to remember that we are all musicians.The definition of a musician is a person who plays a musical instrument, especially as a profession, or is "musically talented". Vocalists are musicians. Songwriters are musicians. Your voice is an instrument. It's more than just playing the instrument. It's how you connect with others musicians and create something big out of it as well.
I think Drooble is a great site. This needs to be promoted more so that other musicians can join. Musicians network in a different way than other professionals. We need to hear and see each other. We need to work together in order to network.
I think this new concept of "crowdsourcing" upsets me the most. Your value as musicians matters the most. It's sad but more and more you have to lower your value in order to be compensated. Most of the time, some of the most experience and professional musicians are taking a hit just to get work.
Not really. I just moved here from NYC. However, I am trying to support the local scene now that I got myself together. I'm planning on hitting up a couple of local scence and enjoy the robust talent here in Greenville, NC
If you can connect and interact with the audience more through Youtube, Facebook, etc. while you're performing, then you're on the right track. You have to share your talent wilingly.
The artist I some have heard of that I work with. I had the privilege to work with Brandon Zeno, Hezekiah Bethea, Danny Diamonds, Jasey Soulz, RythmWalker, Charlie Biggs, Sonny Cheeba, Barsheem Bernard Fowler, Shia Rox, Chris Gaddy, Tonja Debre, Clarisa Rose, Lenny Moore, Charlie Biggs and The Alarmed Show and Aadanis.