About me

Born in Bronx, New York and raised by my mother I am one of two children. Although born in New York, I have lived in many places. I have a B.A. with the focus on voice.   I am currently pursuing a Masters in Entertainment Business with hopes of combining my  skills, experience and education in a  career in the music industry. 

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous9:11 AM

    You make a lot of great points. I too am guilty of listening to a particular artist over and over and depending on the day, the same song. There are certain songs that make me have particular feelings and emotions. I think that when others look to music, they too are trying to find a song that fits their mood. Unfortunately some of these moods can be violent and angry. This is when the artist is blamed for the fan's mood and actions. I personally think that we are the only ones responsible for our emotions and actions. We all get something different from the music we listen to. This is also true to how the individual sees their own environment and reacts to it.

    I do agree that artists should accept some sort of responsibility with the music they put out but more so I think it is more important for them to lead by example. Since they are in the spotlight, their actions can be seen by all.

    For example Anthony Kiedis of the Red Hot Chili Peppers being drug free, even though it has been a struggle for him; and Eminem not allowing cursing in his household.