“American Idol” top-five finalist Caleb Kennedy has left the show after a video surfaced showing him next to somebody wearing what has all the earmarks of being a Ku Klux Klan hood.
An representative for the show affirmed to The Post that Kennedy will presently don’t be pushing ahead in the competition.
The singer, 16, posted a statement about his takeoff on Instagram Wednesday.
“Hey y’all, this is gonna be a bit of a surprise but I am no longer gonna be on ‘American Idol,’” he wrote. “There was a video that surfaced on the internet and it displayed actions that were not meant to be taken in that way. I was younger and did not think about the actions, but that’s not an excuse. I wanna say sorry to all my fans and everyone who I have let down. I’ll be taking a little time off social media to better myself, but saying that, I know this has hurt and disappointed a lot of people and made people lose respect for me. I’m so sorry! I pray that I can one day regain your trust in who I am and have your respect! Thank you for supporting me.”
The remaining finalists include Willie Spence, Grace Kinstler, Chayce Beckham and Casey Bishop.
Kennedy’s mom, Anita Guy, gave an statement to MSN guaranteeing that the video was taken when Kennedy was 12 and roused by a film he had seen.
“I hate this has happened and how Caleb is being portrayed by people online,” Guy said. “This video was taken after Caleb had watched the movie ‘The Strangers: Prey at Night’ and they were imitating those characters. It had nothing to do with the Ku Klux Klan, but I know that’s how it looks. Caleb doesn’t have a racist bone in his body. He loves everyone and has friends of all races.”
On Tuesday, Kennedy had posted a upbeat message on Instagram, expressing gratitude toward his adherents for their help. “Hey guys! So glad to have y’all on the journey with me through #Americanidol,” he wrote. “Also really happy to be in the studio working on songs!! I love you guys so much!!”
On the latest scene this previous Sunday, May 9, Kennedy performed a throaty version of the Coldplay song “Violet Hill,” in addition to a original tune, “Mama Said,” as indicated by Heavy.com.
Mid-evening Wednesday, the show posted a Twitter secret that Billie Eilish’s brother Finneas would coach finalists in the forthcoming episode on Sunday, yet it didn’t make reference to Kennedy’s turn.
It’s not by only shocking exit this season on “American Idol.” Wyatt Pike, 20, left the competition series in the wake of making the top 12, citing “personal reasons.”
Glashrs – Making buzz with his new song along with Drew Taylor “Where I Stand”
“Where I Stand,” a new single from Glashrs, the sensational American singer, with guest vocals from Drew Taylor.
Drew Taylor’s confident vocals and contagious happy rhythm make “Where I Stand” a universally appealing Hip Hop song that you won’t be able to get rid of. Drew and Glashrs took a different approach to the recording of “Where I Stand” than they had in the past.
Initially, they were looking for a challenge to push themselves beyond their comfort zone. With the help of a guitar, it defied the norms of mainstream music by incorporating a hip-hop vibe into the mix.
Glashrs can’t get enough of the synths and other elements that go into “Where I Stand” despite how simplistic the track’s production may be. “Sometimes it’s vital to keep it simple, so we decided to stop that from happening and let everyone’s beloved acoustic and electric guitar go their way, and because there would be remixes, they opted to join us,” Glashrs said.
How Glashrs begin his journey
As a child, his father introduced him to music by teaching him how to play the guitar. Bobby began playing the guitar at the age of six, and he continued to play every day after that. His guitar teacher recruited a group of 5th graders, and he quickly rose to the position of lead guitarist in their band.
When Glashrs moved to California in middle school, video gaming quickly became a major part of his life. Simply put, he had lost interest in playing guitar.
One of Glashrs’s closest pals introduced him to making beats after returning to Florida from California. A love affair quickly blossomed between him and the subject.
During his sophomore year of high school, Glashrs learned to play the piano and compose music using FL Studio on his laptop. ‘Falling’ is the name of the first song he ever wrote with his singer/songwriter twin sister Cory.
To date, Glashrs and Cory have collaborated on several songs together and with a friend and fellow musician Drew Taylor, a singer, songwriter, producer, and engineer.
After a long wait, Bobby finally launched his “Glashrs” brand and became an EDM/Hip Hop artist. Every day, Glashrs devotes himself to improving his abilities as a sculptor.
Drew Taylor’s jouirney as part of “Where I Stand”
His musical influences and styles range from rock to rap to metal to alt-country, but Drew Taylor Seibert’s roots are in the alt-country genre. As a result of enrolling at a local music school, Drew discovered his true passion: bass guitar playing.
While attending college, Drew began to develop an interest in music production, which led to discovering that his beatmaker skills were rather impressive. Within a few weeks, he performed live on bass, drums, guitar, and vocals for the following five years. The two of them enrolled in a music school together in Indianapolis in 2019.
His internship was at a studio in Atlanta after completing the program there. During his internship, the experience he gained helped him realize that he needed to start creating his music as soon as possible. Shortly after finishing his internship, he briefly returned to school and joined an after-school songwriting and rapping group.
He developed a community of local friends, artists, and patrons who supported him for his work and performances. He has written, recorded, and performed many songs, and new ones are expected this year.
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ARSHBRO-THE GREAT AND DEDICATED MUSICIAN OF THIS ERA
Arshbro is a multi-talented artist, lyricist, record producer, father, and all-around legend. Music has always been a major part of his life, but he didn’t necessarily get into it until he moved in with a musician friend who was also just getting into producing and mixing in 2019. Opportunities tended to present themselves to him, and he was finally able to tap into his creative side and let it shine. In every way, Arshbro’s music is a departure from the norm. He doesn’t categorize himself in any one particular genre, although he excels in almost everything he does. What the listeners are most pleased with is how soon he entered the scene and made sure he made an impression. He attempts to get involved in the hip-hop and afrobeat scenes. He decided to launch 211 Records, his record label. He believed that because he perceived himself as a brand, extending that brand would inevitably unlock the door to a new set of possibilities and opportunities.
He has invested time and effort into learning how to produce, mix, and master music. So much so that he engineered the majority of his upcoming album’s sound. He knows that these are the abilities and qualities that will propel his organization to inconceivable heights of success.
He has set an example for the new generation that you can do anything in a very short time if you are dedicated to working. Pull Up is his first-ever soundtrack, which sets the public on fire. After this, he started working hard and releasing his new songs, which are “Love,” “Don’t Leave,” “Rise,” and “Like This.” you can easily stream all of his songs on Apple Music, Spotify and all other platforms. In his childhood, he also got an Academic Excellence award from the school as the best student. After that, he feels that he is undefeatable, and we think this is the main reason for his success today. He has been featured in numerous magazines and has appeared on international television. One of the highlights was seeing HipTV, an international TV network located in Nigeria, play his music video. He has come a long way in just a few years, and he credits his success to his hard work and perseverance.
His next approach will be to release his EP, which will convey the story of a man trying to make it in a capitalist world with more limitations than possibilities. With his remarkable organic growth since releasing his first single, Arshbro is ahead of his time and might very well be one of Dallas’ best artists, but only time will tell. His new soundtrack was released on May 13th, and it is also available in all stores and streaming platforms. You can listen to his latest soundtrack on spotify.
Arshbro is an inspiration for newcomers showing that you can do anything if you have the courage and dedication for your work. He is also an inspiration for those who come before him because of how many struggles and obstacles he has gone through in his career, but he still doesn’t lose courage and gives his best and gets appreciation and love from the audience.
You can follow this amazing artist and his record label on these social media platforms using these handles to know about his new music albums.
Instagram – @arshbroofficial
Instagram – @211_records_
Twitter – @arshbroofficial
The Lebanese Famous Producer, Fonzo
Fouad Halawi, 40, aka Fonzo, a Lebanese Dj/Producer, ever since he was young, his life revolved only around music. Growing up in Lebanon, he discovered a passion in producing his own music, he started hosting gatherings where he’d introduce his playlist to friends and the feedback was always positive therefore he was given the nickname FONZO. A hobby turned into a career, since then, Fouad has been playing at his own public and private events, establishing his own recording studio “ FNZ STUDIO “ and producing his first album. FNZ STUDIO is the best studio you can ever find in Lebanon with the best equipments, sound proof, engineering and more. Fouad is hosting many famous Dj’s from around the world in the next few months , he already hosted big DJ’s such as Mathame , Wurtz , Raxon and Undercatt.
They found that the lebanese hospitality was more than perfect, and Fouad was the one who arranged everything for them.
Fonzo is also planning to open his own Night Club as soon as the situation in Lebanon becomes better in the upcoming months.
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