I can respect that Summer Walker is putting her mental health first. I think it's super important in today's time to acknowledge these things. I can only imagine the pressure a new artist goes through, especially one that is somewhat new to performing. I wish artist development was more prevalent these days, because the lack of it most definitely shows. I love Summer Walkers music, but I honestly wasn't impressed by her NPR performance a weeks ago. It shows that she is not comfortable in front of the crowd, and she wasn't really performing, but rather just singing through the songs. I hope she gets through this time, and learn to better deal with the stresses of being a performer. I'd love to see more from her.
It's never too late to be what you might have been.
Through my music, and educating music lovers, I hope to inspire people to pursue their dreams. Whether it's music, fashion, or marketing, we owe it to ourselves to make the most out of this one single life we have. It may take you longer to discover your passion than others, but don't get discouraged. You're not running out of time, because the time is always now.
I love Kanye. I think he has a right to his opinion and to live his life the way he see's fit. He's an artistic genius, and I love his push for free thought. This interview was definitely insightful, and cleared up a lot of questions I even had about his intentions lately. I believe his purpose for doing Sunday service is genuine and innovative. I enjoyed it a few months ago when I got to be a part of it in the pop up choir. Every artists transitions, plus no person stays the same. We're supposed to learn and grow, and that's what I think he has done.
This is a long interview, but I got through it all with time. I'm glad I took the time to listen! It's very inspiring! What I took mostly was hearing this is tips on being an entrepreneur. As you may know. I have been an entrepreneur for about 2 and a half years now, running a music lessons studio. The talk about having a trade that can help fund your passion. I am always an artist first, but teaching is something I happen to be very good at! They also discuss how crucial it is to have a team, and the importance of having the right people a part of your journey. This definitely got me brainstorming on ideas to build my brand as a whole. It's definitely worth watching!
This was a very special day! I premiered by Skyler's Vocal Healing Tea at Run Dat Back on September 3rd. The event was curated by So Soul Productions, and it took place at Apache Cafe. Prior to the event, I spent my day recording a demo of my original song, and teaching private music lessons.
My life is a song still being written...watch my lyrics evolve.