If there’s one thing you could change about the music business, what would it be?
I don’t know if there’s anything I would change, but it’s good that there are new ways to release and promote music to allow artists to reach listeners. The ability to receive so much data in real-time helps us better understand the growth of a song or artist in real time. That’s really been beneficial in helping guide me in making better decisions in regards to my strategy for releasing new music.
The music business now is in one of the best states it has ever been in. The market and the ability for people to consume music is at its greatest in a long time.
Somebody made a point to me four or five years ago that the streaming services would basically make music a utility [because streaming] gives you the ability to listen to whatever you want, whenever you want.
I believe music, someone’s art, means a lot more to a lot of people than simplifying it that way, but I think [streaming has] really helped that connection grow as well. And of course there still is the ability to own something, so physical records are still great as they are collector’s items.
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Theo James is leaving the series ‘Sanditon’ after surprise two-season renewal
Theo James, who depicted Sidney on PBS’ Sanditon, has declared he’s leaving the series following the UK period show’s surprise two-season renewal.
James revealed the news Friday via online media.
“Although I relished playing Sidney, for me, I’ve always maintained that his journey concluded as I wanted it to,” he wrote in the announcement on the show’s official Twitter account. “The broken fairy-tale like ending between Charlotte and Sidney is different, unique and so interesting to me and I wish the cast and crew of Sanditon every success with future series.”
Sanditon was canceled by British telecaster ITV back in 2019, yet its evaluations accomplishment on PBS’ Masterpiece provoked a cancellation reversal and a renewal for seasons 2 and 3, declared just yesterday.
Rose Williams will get back to play the high-spirited and independent heroine Charlotte Heywood. The arrangement depends on Jane Austen’s final, unfinished novel and was created by Andrew Davies.
Justin Young, who wrote four episodes of the first season, will build up the new seasons and play the job of lead writer and executive producer. Davies, who initially made the arrangement, will likewise get back to compose a few episodes and executive produce.
Sanditon is produced by Red Planet Pictures with Belinda Campbell as exec producer alongside Masterpiece’s Susanne Simpson and Chloe Tucker for ITV/BritBox.
Inkredible Kam Exhibits All the Qualities Needed to Reach Success
If passion is the path to success, then persistence and determination is the vehicle that lets you arrive at that destination. When getting starting on your vision to success, identify your wants and desires. It is when you know the WHY, you can get a source for inspiration and keep yourself motivated. Next, figure out HOW to get what you want. This makes it easier to achieve it. Make your goals actionable daily and follow through. All your goal-setting and planning will go to waste if you won’t be able to develop discipline and good habits. Be confident in your work that you WILL achieve what you want.
For InKredible Kam, one of the current emerging female rappers that is exactly what is happening. With creativity, talent, and a positive mindset on her side InKredible Kam is able to get the attention of thousands through her music. Although she does not have a favorable opinion towards the industry’s politics and drama, her love for making music wins.
Despite her positive attitude towards her career, that still does not mean that InKredible Kam did not go through tough times. However, she didn’t let those challenges stand in the way of her success. Instead, she insisted on pushing through and challenging herself. Due to that persistence, she was able to make her name in the female hip-hop industry.
InKredible Kam may be relatively new to the female hip-hop rap scene, but she is not an amateur in the art. This year and for many years to come, she is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with.
She works towards her goals
For an artist like InKredible Kam, whose passion has always been making music, this is a great opportunity and she looks forward to making a mark in the industry too. To become a successful female rapper is her dream so she worked for it and overcame the challenges that she has met while on the journey.
Currently, female rappers focus on adding individuality to their music. Matching with that trend, InKredible Kam makes her tracks by adding her own flavor making her songs unique. As an artist, it is an advantage that she is an all-around talent and can lay down a track proficiently. It makes working with her not only easy but also rewarding.
When it comes to her attitude towards success, she measures it based on her own criteria. She knows that her art is different so she doesn’t compare her music nor compete with others, but only with herself. She remained grounded in her passion InKredible Kam is a testimony of how you should pursue your dreams. After all, she is where she is now because she followed the same advice. The female rapper aims to encourage people to follow their passion and to stay committed to it. For her, as long as you are happy chasing after your dreams then you are already successful by your own standards.
Nick Kamen, Madonna protégé and Levi’s model, dies at 59
Nick Kamen, the British model and vocalist who showed up in a well known 1985 Levi’s commercial, has died at 59 years old.
A friend of the family affirmed his demise to the PA Media news office on Wednesday.
The office said it understood that Kamen – conceived Ivor Neville Kamen – passed on Tuesday night after a long ailment.
Kamen’s friend and fellow singer Boy George led the tributes via social media, sharing a photograph of the pair together on Instagram.
“RIP to the most beautiful and sweetest man Nick Kamen!” he wrote.
Following the information on Kamen’s death, Duran bassist John Taylor portrayed him as “one of the loveliest and gentlest men I ever met” while sharing an old image of late star.
Brought into the world in Essex, southeastern England, Kamen catapulted to fame when he showed up on the front of “The Face” magazine in 1984, wearing lipstick, aviator glasses and a ski hat.
He became a global sex symbol the next year, when he stripped down to his boxers in the memorable 1985 Levi’s 501 commercial, soundtracked by Marvin Gaye’s “I Heard It Through The Grapevine.”
In the wake of parlaying his popularity into a music career, Kamen collaborated with Madonna on the 1986 record “Each Time you Break my Heart.” The track, from his eponymous debut album, was co-written by Madonna and Stephen Bray, and featured Madonna’s backing vocals. It crested at number 5 in the UK singles chart.
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