It’s interesting to look at filmmakers’ resumés because some are pretty short while some are extremely long and full of the incredible amounts of work they have done. Nichole Ruiz’s CV is one of the extremely long ones and it appears that this woman, who is a film director and an accomplished cinematographer, has worked on over forty projects in just over two and a half years. That, in itself, is incredible. It also means…"From The Philippines To The US, Filmmaker Nichole Ruiz"
❤️Q: How do you shut things out? Ans: drink coffee, get sushi, turn the phone off and pretend my life isn’t in turmoil. ❤️Q: You write all of your own music; where do you draw inspiration from when you write songs and what’s your favorite part about the process? ANS: So many things… mostly human interactions, people who I have never met, board games, insecurities.. etc Q:❤️What are your inspirations? Ans:Going down YouTube rabbit holes,…"An Exclusive Interview With Davidmichael503"
Q:When you decide it’s time to make a new record, is that more exciting or stressful? Ans: It’s both exciting and stressful. I like to make music that I would personally enjoy but I also like to take in consideration the reactions of the listener. So there’s times where I have to make a sacrifice and take something out from a song just to keep that balance. Q: How do you shut things out? Ans:…"An Exclusive Interview With Talented Producer & artist Kira"
Im Just Dane is a musician currently based in Los Angeles. While growing up in Chicago, Im Just Dane was influenced by artists like Michael Jackson, Usher and other classic R&B artists of the ’90s and 2000s.The song is a fast paced conglomeration of emotion and style. It’s contemporary, high energy R&B with hints of classic hip hop. His tone is dynamic, and he exhibits some adaptability as a vocalist, not reluctant to switch it…"I Don’t Need’em [Clean Master]"
Music has always been part of us. It is one of the oldest forms of art that has been passed down from generation to generation. Fortunately, our generation has been blessed with numerous technological advancements. We have the freedom to download or stream our favourite songs, thanks to the internet and mobile devices. However, as convenient as the technology is, downloading/streaming quality mp3 music nowadays has become a bit problematic. Well, this is because of…"Why is Music so Important to Us?"
Q:When you decide it’s time to make a new record, is that more exciting or stressful? Ans: Exciting Q: How do you shut things out? Ans: I don’t all the noise of life is my inspiration Q: How easily do songs tend to come to you? Ans : Very easy. If I have to think too much I just stop. I always go with my first instinct. Q: What’s your motto or the advice you…"An Exclusive Interview With James Dean Death Machine a singer/songwriter from Atlanta"
“Underneath the Willow Tree” is an extremely engaging song, and not on the grounds that it’s a persuasive and unrestrained exhibition of inventiveness, but since it additionally offers an account that suggests some significant existential conversation starters. This is one of numerous tunes that presents an unheard of dimension of specialized and reflective reasoning from Matthew Browning. The going with video flawlessly addresses the melody’s account, conveying some breathtaking symbolism for a dazzling varying media…"Matthew Browning – Underneath The Willow Tree"