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Sam Julian: Creating New Music boundaries in Millennial Pop Music

Sam Julian: Creating New Music boundaries in Millennial Pop Music

Sam Julian: Creating New Music boundaries in Millennial Pop Music

Music is a therapy that heals, inspires, emboldens, and empowers people to higher life levels. 

Music provides the soundtrack to people’s daily lives, provides the ultimate escape from anything negative, and re-energizes the soul.  The music of Sam Julian reflects his diverse lifestyle background and ability to narrate pain into beautiful poems of love stories.  

Very few artists possess the intelligence or capacity to explore vulnerabilities within themselves for the empowerment of people.  Sam Julian’s music echoes faith, hope, pain, prosperity, self-reliance, and underscores the priceless value of ‘love.’  

His in-depth human insight enables him to reach the hearts of listeners in an unparalleled format.  Sam’s latest release ‘3 Words’ delivers another heartfelt and resounding love ballad for both men and women.  Lyrically, ‘3 Words’ expressing the luxurious bond of love between two people powered by unrelenting passion.  Sam Julian is the perfect author of love and relationships in 2020.  His music creates new boundaries in Pop Music and contributes leadership amongst Millennials in pursuit of happiness.

 

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Lady Queet the modern-day lioness of Millennial Hip-Hop

Lady Queet the modern-day lioness of Millennial Hip-Hop

Lady Queet the modern-day lioness of Millennial Hip-Hop

In 2009 The New York Times noted that after 2000, Atlanta moved “from the margins to becoming hip-hop’s center of gravity, part of a larger shift in hip-hop innovation to the South.” Atlanta hip-hop’s pop breakthrough—everyone from Jermaine Dupri to OutKast to Lil Jon—involved the blend of various distillations of hard-core sounds from the West, bass beats from Florida, and styles and images from the North.  

Major Recording Artist/Entrepreneur Lady Queet is a product of the world-famous Atlanta Hip-Hop universe. Born and raised in the Black Mecca of Hip-Hop, Lady Queet represents every Atlanta.  She commands respect and, most importantly, love from Peachtree Street to Buckhead.  Lady Queet launched her Picture-Perfect Studio entertainment imprint in 2011.  

Picture Perfect Studios includes a record label, music production, TV and Film division, and a publishing company. In 2017, PPS released ‘Hell of A Day’ to critical acclaim and immediate digital success.  Lady Queet possesses an exceptional rap skillset that separates her from contemporaries. 

Lady Queet’s ability to transform the darkest portions of her soul into powerful lyrical chords of inspiration in Hip-Hop is unparalleled. ‘Hell Of A Day’ has surpassed 300,000+ digital streams across Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube.  Since 2017, Lady Queet has cross branded and monetized her imprint amongst multiple countries and lofted numerous business ventures.  

Female lions inside the African jungle are the primary hunters and assume the high risk of providing for their families.  Lady Queet understands Atlanta’s jungle and approaches every day with the highest level of ferocity and confidence to achieve musical greatness.  

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Chadwick Boseman mural unveiled at Anaheim’s Disneyland

Chadwick Boseman mural unveiled at Anaheim’s Disneyland

Chadwick Boseman mural unveiled at Anaheim’s Disneyland

Chadwick Boseman was honored by Disney, which unveiled a new mural of the star of Black Panther at the Anaheim Downtown Disney location.

The mural was created by former Disney Imagineer Nikkolas Smith, and illustrates Boseman performing the popular Wakanda salute along with a child who can be seen wearing a Black Panther mask as well as a hospital gown. The photos of the completed mural were shared by Smith on his Instagram account.

“As a former Disney Imagineer, I had the honor of working on a major children’s hospital initiative and Avengers Campus as my final two assignments,” read Smith’s inscription on the painting. “Seeing Chadwick’s heart for people in-person, and later discovering his courageous battle with cancer, I was inspired to create this tribute to honor his life and legacy. To us, he was and will always be T’Challa. Long Live The King.”

It was on August 28 that Boseman’s family announced about the actor’s demise, who silently battled with colon cancer for four years. The actor of 42 breathed his last at his Los Angeles home and his wife and other family members were present by his side. “A true fighter, Chadwick persevered through it all, and brought you many of the films you have come to love so much,” his family said in the statement.

“From Marshall toDa 5 Bloods, August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and several more — all were filmed during and between countless surgeries and chemotherapy. It was the honor of his career to bring King T’Challa to life in Black Panther.

Just a few days following his demise, he was reportedly laid to rest at the Welfare Baptist Church Cemetery in Belton, South Carolina, located only 11 miles away from his hometown of Anderson, South Carolina.

The main park of Disneyland is closed right now due to the pandemic, albeit Anaheim’s Downtown Disney section continues to remain open to the public. Check out the mural below.

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White Texas teacher gets fired for wearing Black Lives Matter mask

White Texas teacher gets fired for wearing Black Lives Matter mask

White Texas teacher gets fired for wearing Black Lives Matter mask

In Texas, a teacher was suspended from her job as she wore a Black Lives Matter mask although the school prohibited it. 

Lillian White was a teacher at Great Hearts Western Hills in San Antonio, and she chose to wear the mask to a few in-person training sessions before the school year. However, a few days later, she was directed not to wear them once the academic year begins.

“We’d like you to stop wearing these masks anymore. Parents will be coming around more, and we don’t discuss the current political climate,” a text message from the assistant principal read.

According to Great Hearts, they support the Black Lives Matter movement. However, they do not want employees to don attires that demonstrate “external messages.”

“Great Hearts was founded and exists today to serve the innate dignity and worth of every human being,” the school said in a statement to KENS5.We stand with the Black community and all who are suffering. Great Hearts deplores bigotry and its crushing effects on all those subjected to it. Great Hearts is committed to an America where racism, violence and injustice do not happen because such acts find no home in the hearts of a great people.”

White argued that the school should not shy away from difficult talks about racial issues. “This is human rights, and it should be something that is promoted at our school. It’s an excuse to not talk about it by saying this is politics, talk about it on your own time. It’s just an excuse because they’re uncomfortable with the conversation,” she told KENS5.

Thus, White continued to wear masks related to BLM and was later terminated.  

 “It was really stressful because I have a financial obligation to help support my family,” she said. “It’s also kind of heartbreaking that this is the kind of – this is the reason that I lost my job.”

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“Smile” with WizKid and H.E.R. in new visual

“Smile” with WizKid and H.E.R. in new visual

“Smile” with WizKid and H.E.R. in new visual

Nigerian star WizKid is all set to launch his new album Made In Lagos next month, after several delays. He had previously delivered the singles “No Stress” and the H.E.R.-assisted Smile,” and now, there will be an accompanying visual for the latter.  

The track, which was produced by P2J, showcases the collaborators singing regarding introducing positive energy into their respective relationships:

“I can be your substance, it’s easy when the love don’t hide, no hide, no hide, had to learn from my mistakes/

Company creates companions, so right, yeah, yeah baby boo say, I love your smile, girl I love it when you smile, no lie…/”

The colorful video was directed by Meji Alabi, and portrays WizKid outdoors in a park along with his son, and it is juxtaposed with shots of H.E.R. and many other beautiful Black faces in different contexts. As is clear from the song, the ability to smile and create joy for each other makes sure that the entire video is interconnected.  

Made In Lagos comes after WizKid’s 2017 major label debut, which was also his third official album- Sounds from the Other Side, featuring 12 tracks and collaborations with Trey SongzDrake, Major LazerChris BrownTy Dolla $ign, and more. In 2011 and 2014, he released Superstar and Ayo, respectively.

WizKid had previously spoken about how he does not intend on being just an African star or success:  

“I didn’t start making music to be an African star. I always wanted to be a worldwide musician… Music is a universal language. I always felt there is no soul that would listen to Afrobeats and not fall in love with it — only if you don’t love music, and I don’t know any human being that doesn’t love music.”

Press play on WizKid’s visual for Smilebelow. Made In Lagos drops October 15.

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