The Mystery of the Uptown
The Internet causes democratization of the creation of art. Rather than political cartoons being made by the NY Times or any publication, anyone can make art that caters to any sort of demographic. An artist doesn’t need a major corporation to be successful just because their work isn’t in a newspaper or on some online publication.
Imagine this: You are working your day-time job at home while knowing you have tons of responsibilities at home. This includes making food and cleaning up your room, while making sure you are on top of the work you are doing. It can be difficult to get the right work-life balance. Are you looking for ways to create a great work-life balance while working from home?
In an industry constantly subject to change, there are a few leading voices that defined particular decades and influenced the way we still listen to music, today. Analyzing what’s changed in the last few years and why, we can draw out comparisons between current artists and classic legends.
The first song I learned to sing along to when I was a kid was the ending theme song for Dora the Explorer. I’m sure many people may have the same memory. From being just a child, the sound of music shined a light. Music translates very early even when a baby is in its mother’s womb.
COVID-19 has been a tough time for us all. We have had to deal with schools closing, lost jobs, remote learning, the inability to go out, and more. We have had to adapt in these hard times and do things we ordinarily wouldn’t do. We have discovered new hobbies, watched a ton of shows, and learned new things about ourselves.
I wanted to highlight black men during this time, obviously cause of Covid but more specifically due to the protests of June.Due to the death of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, there was sort of reckoning of racism as if it has been embedded in. this country for the past four hundred years.