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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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G Herbo launches psychological health initiative for Black youth

G Herbo launches psychological health initiative for Black youth

G Herbo launches psychological health initiative for Black youth

“Swervin’ Through Stress” will assist young Black adults gain admittance to assets to help improve their psychological wellness.

G Herbo and Audiomack have collaborated to dispatch a psychological well-being activity for Black youth. “Swervin’ Through Stress: Tools to Help Black Youth Navigate Mental Wellness” will point “to interface Black young adults with mental therapeutic resources that help educate and improve their emotional wellness in quest for a superior lifestyle,” as per their statement of purpose.

“‘Swervin’ Through Stress’ is a venture I set up to get 150 children through mental therapy,” G Herbo told the Chicago Reader. “At their age, you never know how critical it can be to have someone to talk to — to have someone help you better yourself and your situation.”

The program will offer free 12-week treatment meetings to Black youth between the ages of 18 and 25. They are currently accepting applications from the individuals who might want to benefit from the services.

The Chicago-raised emcee has additionally collaborated with NAMI to make a hotline for any individual who needs to speak to an expert. The hotline is currently working Monday-Friday from 9 am-5 pm CST. You can likewise get crisis help by messaging NAMI to 741741.

“Everything I do comes from my life experience,” the PTSD rapper told the outlet. “I understood at an early age that even though my story is significant in its own way, other people could relate to it. But I was never motivated to be a voice or a key focal point until I recognized I actually became a product of it. That was a direct result of being in the streets, losing people close to me.”

A week ago, he facilitated an emotional well-being panel with extraordinary guests City Girls, Saweetie, NLE Choppa, Wale and more. The occasion, which was directed by psychiatrist Jessica Clemons, was held to get an in-depth look into how these performers manage life pressure, psychological well-being and generational trauma.

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Beyoncé uncovers new visual for “ALREADY”

Beyoncé uncovers new visual for “ALREADY”

Beyoncé uncovers new visual for “ALREADY”

The track highlights assistance from Shatta Wale and Major Lazer.

Today observes the debut of Beyoncé’s profoundly foreseen Black Is King, a visual collection that was propelled by a year ago’s The Lion King: The Gift. What’s more, one of the standouts from The Gift, the Shatta Wale and Major Lazer-helped “ALREADY,” gets an astonishing music video to go with the music release. The visual clip is brimming with dancing and upper echelon, with Beyoncé being found in an assortment of dynamic locations, paying tribute to African culture and, as the tune’s verses involve, the Black kings worldwide:

“Long live the king, you a king, you know it, king already, already, you know it, top everything, everything, you know it, king already, already, you know it/

Mind, body, soul, got a king body…/”

Ghanian star Shatta Wale likewise shows up in the video clip, having his place both alongside Beyoncé and in front of his people to continue to king mantra.

The R&B icon likewise released a special version of The Gift, which removes the interludes from the original in place for three extra tracks. Numerous others can be seen in various worldwide areas participate on the high-vitality movement that the visual clip depicts.

The Lion King: The Gift was released back in July and concurred with the photorealistic remake of The Lion King, which Beyoncé featured as Simba’s partner Nala. The soundtrack album ends up being effective, arriving at the number two spot on the Billboard 200 much thanks to 54,000 album proportional units sold during its first seven day stretch of release. In a public statement, she clarified her aims behind the calculated venture:

“This is sonic cinema. This is a new experience of storytelling. I wanted to do more than find a collection of songs that were inspired by the film. ... It was important that the music was not only performed by the most interesting and talented artists but also produced by the best African producers.”

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Princess Wonda The New Global force in Millennial Hip-Hop

Princess Wonda The New Global force in Millennial Hip-Hop

Princess Wonda The New Global force in Millennial Hip-Hop

PRICNESS WONDA

Princess Wonda The New Global force in Millennial Hip-Hop

Lyrics below are written & delivered by Princess Wonda from the track “Bank Stops”

Abija wara
Abija wara bi ekun
Abija wara
Abija wara bi ekun
Abija wara
Abija wara bi ekun
Abija wara

Shano wole
Getting money doing wheelies in a Raf
You know I don’t play
Drink the Henny straight, I don’t need a chaser

Money de follow
Ten toes in Manolos
Awa la laye
Awa la no wo

Too busy in a Benz truck
Big deals doing banks stops
I’m the life of the party
Turning up, doing back shots
These lyrics represent the royal boldness, lyrical prowess, and iconic rap delivery of Princess Wonda.

Very few people command your attention from beginning to end when you watch them onscreen. Her ability to convert international lyrics into mainstream mass appeal dipped in “Princess Wonda” swag is significant. The summer club/party anthem of “Bank Stops” is an instant Mercedes Benz 550 SL Roadster classic.

I can visualize driving Collins Avenue on South Beach and pulling up to the Fountainebleau Hotel, booming “Bank Stops” and throwing the keys to my valet!

The music of Princess Wonda ignites the self-made inner boss in everyone. Confidence is sexy, and she illuminates this characteristic like no other. The visual for “Bank Stops” underscores the importance of controlling your destiny and never settling. Princess Wonda is a global new force in Millennial Hip-Hop

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