Hi ya’ll! long time no talk!
New video posted on my channel on a quick brief review on the DJ Mavic Mini.
I am considering on making a more in-depth video in the near future!
peep the channel 😉
Always appreciate when real singers come together. Hope ya’ll enjoy this performance with the great Jennifer Hudson & Keke Wyatt.
So glad that Ari and Durand are both getting the recognition they deserve. They’ve been in the scene for a minute and I am glad that they are now getting the limelight. hard work truly pays off when it comes to something you’re so passionate about. Can’t believe it’s been months since my first actual performance to Ari Lennox Whipped Cream. would do it all over again, but much better haha. Durand is also such an amazing vocalist. been following him for years and so upset that he is now getting recognition. He dropped his EP a few days ago which I’ll be sharing soon. But first, FACETIME.
It rained one later afternoon when I was back East and when I looked at the sky, I knew I had to fly my drone up.
I did, and I had no regrets. Captured some beautiful shots.
Feel free to check it out below!
I’m back in LA from the Deep South! Whoo!
I’m so excited to reopen my shop now that I have returned home and can do the packages as needed.
Please feel free to check out my shop at @ChainofArts on Etsy.
25% sale at check out & free shipping included.
Will definitely be launching new items/ products once everything is ready.
Also will be releasing new vlog content on my site/ channel, stay tuned ya’ll!
For my peaches who reside in the amazing country side of Georgia!
Took a short hike at Big Creek Greenway. A refreshing walk with a pretty view.
Initially went to find good shots for my drone, but left with no luck..
Not sure if these trails are solely used for bikers, but found that there were plenty bikers.
If you are familiar with the area, please let me know down below!
Would like to apologize to all the bikers for the interference lol
Nonetheless the walk was worthwhile 🙂
Check out the photo gallery here
American jazz saxophonist and composer, John Coltrane, was at the forefront of jazz during the early bebop days. Coltrane grew up in the South during the Jim Crow of the Civil War Era. Growing up in a religious family, Coltrane was inspired by some members who were ministers– very much considering himself spiritual, which shaped his musicality and craft as a musician. Others in the film compared him to the likes of Albert Einstein as Coltrane was a deep thinker also inspired by other deep thinkers. Coltrane began his career performing alongside Miles Davis and his Quartet in his album Kind Of Blue . Coltrane than later produced his own Giant Steps. It was evident that through his performance he enjoyed creating and performing music that brought people together through spiritual consciousness.
Coltrane was gifted in the sense of being “innovative, thinking of what to do next”, grappling with “a sense of struggle and thinking through the next problem”. He performed with no ego, but only to show what was his reason of being there. Coltrane didn’t care what critics had to sway. If they like it, they like it. If they don’t, they don’t. Coltrane’s message was to be brave and no doubt himself in being authentic. He used the saxophone to speak through spiritually even if others didn’t necessarily understand it.
In Bill Clinton’s words in describing Coltrane he states, “any love for music and regard for the craft, you hear 3 or 4 notes, this man owns this horn, this music and at least when he is playing is the master of his soul”. Coltrane as a master of his craft, was never quite satisfied with his own work. Coltrane possessed an intensity in the tone of his sax, a wailing sound, that came from the soul. He was described as quiet, but spiritual in the sense that people would “part from him like the Red Sea”. Coltrane ultimately took jazz forward in experimenting with the music and pushing it to the limit, and it truly showed through his artistry. For all music fanatics and or even aspiring musicians, I would definitely recommend the Netflix film.
♪You’re making me so high now
You’re everything I’d ever want
You’re keeping me so dry now
You’re everything I’d never want uh ♪
Another artist to be on the look out for and who I’ve been digging lately — Jenevieve.
The song is taken from Anri Last Summer Whisper, different vibe but Jenevieve’s music video definitely adds a different kind of twist and cool to it.
Love the groovy vibe to this song, perfect for a sultry night/ rendezvous.
Hope ya’ll enjoy this bop!
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American record producer, A&R executive, music industry executive, and lawyer, Clive Davis, is one of today’s top driving music business’ mogul. The death of Davis’ parents propelled him to pursuit a career in law before becoming president of Colombia. After working with Colombia from 1967- 1973, he then founded and was head of Arista in 1975-2000. Unlike other A&Rs, Davis showed a great passion and genuine care for his artists. After Davis was kicked out of Arista for making too much money, he was brought back and later worked with J records. As Davis shares in the film, Davis loved the process of working and helping artists achieve “hit songs” and was driven by his love for music. While Davis faced with his issues of legal struggles, it was a certain level of fear that caused Davis to succeed in the business and making long lasting relationships with top music celebrities i.e. the great Whitney Houston. Another mogul, I’d love to meet in my own journey as an artist. 10/10 recommend.
Grammy Award-winning composer and producer, David Foster, has had his share of struggle and success as one of today’s most successful musician. Foster first attempted his music career in his home state New York, where he found no real luck, success, or place to call home. Foster eventually left New York and found great potential for his music career in Los Angeles. A place he felt was more home to him than New York. In Los Angeles, he worked with music idols such as Whitney Houston in Bodyguard, Toni Braxton in “Unbreak My Hear” and “All By Myself” with Celine Dion to name a few. In his film, while music is clearly a driving force in Foster’s life, Foster shares that being a good human being was important in being a musician. Off the Record offers insight into Foster’s journey as today’s most popular and grammy awarding composer/ producer that is not often shared in the lime light. David has 16 Grammys from 47 nominations. Definitely one of my music idols I’d love to meet in this lifetime. Film is available on Netflix.
Visited an amazing family park not too long ago here in Johns Creek, Georgia.
It was very serene and scenic, with a lake that stretched distances away and families of ducks swimming in the water.
Great place to not only spend time with loved ones but also to take gorgeous pictures and footage.