“I am a dope artist and a dope writer because I’m an emotional writer. I write about things that the normal person is scared to talk about. Like in my last record ‘Numb’ I talked about my battles with depression, mental health, and suicide and then ‘Just Being Me’ was a project I released before... Continue Reading →
The weekend of September 11th saw Loud on 7th’s music festival emphasizing hip-hop, rap, and R&B music, but one unique artist, CaSandra, set herself aside with her poetic talent demanding its moment at saturday’s Soul on Fire event. CaSandra goes over her Loud on 7th performance, "I performed my staple poem ‘I’m Dope’; it’s my... Continue Reading →
Multi generational, multi genre, dancing, producing, clothing designing artist Willy Flee, serves Loud on 7th’s Soul on Fire event with classy moves and new twists, controlling every beat of your heart from the slow dance of falling in love to the quickened pace of the dangerously, enticing road of sudden seduction. Performing ‘Pink’ and ‘You... Continue Reading →
Shena Samone shifts the mood in the second performance of the Loud on 7th’s Festival event Soul on Fire, by seducing the crowd with her personal singles, “Higher”, “Consumption”, “Sapiosexual”, and “Demons”. Her set is a whole mood, with dim lights and a sultry voice to bring goosebumps trailing up and down your spine as... Continue Reading →
For the past 20 years Nina Williams has been stunning the crowd with her exceptional vocals as her voice carries the audience away into her world, a place, where you long to stay for one more song, one more moment, as the peace and happiness of her melody stroke the soul into being in love.... Continue Reading →
Lisa L Boogie Bauford has been a professional choreographer and dancer for a dance team called iLuminate for more than 7 years. After working with the FL based company for a little over half a decade LBoogie moved to LA in August 2019, following iLuminate’s move from FL to LA several months prior. She seized... Continue Reading →
With a laugh Mwiza displays his humor stating that being short and black makes him stand out before answering more seriously, “Honestly the thing that makes my music different is how introspective it is because nowadays you don’t really find that. Notice how typically you hear the same kind of music. You might hear a song and the artist will explain like ‘oh yea man I was going through this situation’ but then when you hear the song there is nothing that is really touching you. Like it’s based more off the beat than it is about the message, or the feeling. I am basically one of those people that if I sing a song, I want to put you in your feelings. I word my music in a way that is accessible to people”.