To me, music is freedom. Freedom from your troubles and fears. Freedom from the pain and trauma. Music is yesterday, today and tomorrow. Music is life.
I want to give the world what music has given me. The relatability and understanding I get from the music I listen to, I want to create that for others.
I would start with deleting class and currency. Everyone under the sun should be equal.
Slow Jam by Midnight Star
Tyrone Davis, Anita Baker, Whitney Houston, TLC, The O'Jays, The Chilites
I wear many hats but I'm most comfortable with me headphones on. I aspire to inspire generations to come.
Life wasn't meant to be easy and you aren't meant to be perfect. But we can can all find the life, love, and beauty in ourselves and each other. But most of all have fun.
I've had few experiences in front of a audience but I've always felt the nerves until I get into the music and out of my head. Its a beautiful feeling realizing how many people you impact and inspire.
On one hand its amazing and a good platform for positive things to happen. But it can be a drag sometimes in way of big labels can give you the audience but if stats aren't correct you can be forgotten. I think alot more artists should learn the ins and outs of the business instead of jumping for the money.
I think Drooble is exactly what the indie artist needs to see where they're going and how to get there. I'm so happy to be a part of this community.
I do. I try to find artist who are undiscovered and collab in other areas such as movies.
The biggest one I would say is determination and I think its most important because the industry is growing at a alarming rate so competition is steep. But you shouldn't let a closed door stop you. A million nos and one yes is still a win.
Graft, Sam OG, koffi