Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber full name is Justin Drew Bieber. He was born on 1st of March in 1994 in London, Ontario. He was raised in Stratford, Ontario. Bieber is a famous canadian singer and songwriter. He was famous from his best ever song "Baby"

Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly Rae Jepsen has been an established artist in Canada for several years — with a third-place finish on Canadian Idol, two gold singles, two albums, and two Juno Award nominations to her name — Jepsen was a virtual unknown in the U.S. when “Call Me Maybe” hit it big.

The Weeknd

Abel Tesfaye is a Toronto-based singer famous by named " The Weeknd " . He recorded his all songs under " The Weeknd " name , his first song leaked in late 2010, though the identity of the individual behind the project was initially unknown. " The Weeknd " released a nine-song mixtape, House of Balloons, on 21 March 2011

Addy C

Adelynn Cuevas, or Addy C as she is known, is an 8 year old Latina from metro Atlanta, Ga. Addy loves to sing, dance , and play piano...

Céline Schmink

Celine Schmink is a french singer and also writer, journalist and Associate songwriter of SACEM. She writes in french and english in a pop folk style. Her musical work is regularly praised by the regional and national press and broadcast in France, Greece, Australia and the USA, where she leads a bilingual performing career.

Tuesday, 28 January 2020

MAGICALFEM: Fresh air for 2020

Tell us how you got started in the world of music

I think that in the world of music you do not start, you are born with it.  It has always been part of my life since I was very young. It´s something that runs through my veins. Indeed, my mother and my father have always listened to a lot of music and a lot very different styles, so I guess that was also a big influence.

I started composing at age 9. That was when I made my first trip to a summer camp in Portland, USA. I did not separate myself from a notebook in a month. It was there where it became my passion to compose.In the end, music is a story and I have lived a lot.

When I was eleven years old, I went to London for another year and when I was fourteen I went to Wisconsin, and these were stages of my life that I remember in large part because of my artistic awakening. I saw clearly that it was a necessity to create and compose and thus feel at home anywhere in the world.
Years went by and I decided to train as a dancer, singer, and actress in Madrid and New York.


Magical fem is an energy that always goes with me; sometimes I think I have powers and I can change things and each and every one of the adventures in which I immerse myself I do them with the purest magic that is the heart. I like to see life with lots of light with sparkles fireworks…ultimately with magic!

Tell us about your first single BARATO.

BARATO is a song with a about an everyday story. It´s about the mistreatment of women and at the same time you have that shocking part of insult in the chorus.It may seem abnormal in a song but then many have a hard time saying so, I wanted it to be just that, get it out of the inside, pluck out thorns at the root, you have to be direct and make decisions.

BARATO is a song that says “Here I am with a powerful light and full of energy.”

This first great adventure scares you, you are passionate, it worries you, you are nervous, what are your feelings?

As you say it is an adventure! I am a brave woman and I like the adrenaline, the changes, the escape from the routine, and above all the challenges. I love carrying out a musical project and everything that it takes, how to create an entire artistic part around it is an incredible challenge which I hope to be able to do for a long time because living from a passionate thing is magical.

When can we see MAGICALFEEM live?

I hope very soon. I want to do performances, playing my songs with my way of understanding art. I am an artist and for my shows I plan to combine all my disciplines and do something different and unique.

Your first single is produced by DAVID SALUDES, one of the most sought-after djs in Europe, and one of the most fashionable producers. What does it mean to you? 

I feel so grateful! I have so much admiration and incredible respect for his talent. I have been very lucky! I am different and my music is thanks to him! Today there is a lot of competitiveness and it is difficult for someone to bet on you. He did it and I hope he will accompany me in many moments of my artistic career

For those who have not yet seen the BARATO video clip, where can it be found? Tell us about him? 

It is something spectacular and very Magical, Elias Merino has directed the entire project, I went to him for his ability to tell unique stories that do not go unnoticed.It has depth, and that is something that I 100% wanted for Magical. It is not easy today for an artist to take a risk with a video clip, I do not conceive of another way of doing and creating my projects. He has taught me the importance of reaching people with powerful images and interpretive quality, he likes to rehearse , having everything very tied, I would choose him a thousand times, in fact he will also be the director of my next songs.

And afterBARATO? Do you plan to release a single short term? What are your plans?

Very soon BING BANG BU will come and in summer will come TONGO.  I hope that the world sees our essence and wants to live more with more magic.
My short-term plan is to work on this project, essays, choreographies, art, and of course, to continue composing and working on new themes.

We wish you good luck MAGICALFEEM

Saturday, 18 January 2020

Pop Singer & Pianist Eye'z hosted GRM Showcase at The Ivy Room in Albany, CA

GRM Presents Showcase took place at The Ivy Room in Albany, CA.

Celebrating Capricorns; It features live performances from spoken word artists, Rappers and Singers Chanell J Wilson and Shannon Huges. Topped off with a thrilling performance by rapper Jack Frost. The event was hosted by popsinger/pianist Eye'z.

Eye'z and Jackfrost shared a lot of chemistry sharing his trademark glow in the dark mask as they pose for pictures.



Friday, 17 January 2020

An interview with K Buzz an Afrobeat Fusion artist & Poet

An interview with K Buzz an Afrobeat Fusion artist and poet of Nigerian heritage born in London. A rising star in the afrobeat scene, speaking on his hit single with Zlatan Ibile produced by Blublood, explaining how the viral Shaku Shaku and Zanku dance inspired him to write Hennyting Goes. He also touches on his influence from Fela Kuti the original King of Afrobeat. A great insight from K Buzz.

Love Music: Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, music passion etc. ??

Hey I’m K Buzz and Afrobeat’s Fusion artist and poet of Nigerian heritage born in North London in 1987. He has been perfecting his musical talents since early childhood by following the paths of his musical influences by joining his church’s choir throughout his youth. After high school, he earned a Bachelor of Engineering from Kingston University. Throughout his education, he maintained his strong passion for music and his singing voice strengthen as he practiced. K Buzz, now living in Essex, has become a prolific poet and musician. He is known for creating poems and music with meaning, focusing on expressing values such as family, love, and integrity throughout his art. K Buzz focuses on building relationships with his listeners and other artists, thus creating a community that people can be a part of.

Love Music: Can you please tell us more about your first EP, Power Of Love,?

This is my first body or works, this was released in 2008 and was released under my former name Kristi B when I was still doing gospel music. This Ep spreads the word on love the good message to love one another in love as Christ did.

Love Music: Nice, Are you working on any new project?

Soon to release my EP in the next few months, expect some collaborations from some artists I respect in the music industry and more shows and tours around the Globe. Currently ive only released 2 songs but my catalogue is peaking 20 songs, I have much to offer and im always working hard to create new music. Ill also be working on a lot of visuals for my songs from music videos to animated music videos.

Love Music: Tell us about your new music (Song/EP/Mixtape/Album)? And what’s the story behind it?

Gbedu - A pure afrobeat's production led by the Nigerian Gbedu drum. It was inspired by the original King of Afrobeat Fela Kuti. After listening to. The sounds of Fela I wanted to bring a sound indigenous to Afrobeat which was deeply rooted in my culture.

Love Music: What inspired you to pursue music?

I’ve always been into music from an early age from the church choir to listening to Nas, Tupac and Biggie through my old cassette player lol

But my major inspirations are those I listened to form an early age, Michael Jackson, Fela Kuti, Jay Z, 2pac, Biggie and Nas

Love Music: What type of recording process do you use and who produced your recording?

Music for me starts off as a blank canvas, and what’s drawn next is dependent on the feeling the chemistry that I feel with the sounds I’m working with. 9 times out of 10 if the beat has me from the get go ill instantly start to vibe and have some type of ideas, melodies which for me is the clearest indication that I’m feeling the sounds. It’s a matter of feel for me, and I have to go through and figure out what that is, because if it doesn’t make the hair on my arms stand up, 9 times out of 10 I can’t do it.

Love Music: Great, What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far?

I am very proud that once my released songs were uploaded onto the Audiomack streaming platform they began to trend, I then started to get loads of positive comments, my songs were playlisted and I got many follows. This was an achievement in my eyes.
Another moment for me was when a fan had messaged me to tell me how my song had got them through a rough time a moment they couldn’t see themselves out of. For me this is what I live for and made me feel happy deep inside that my music had travelled far to touch lives. There is no better testament than this.

Love Music: Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby?

Currently I’d say its more than a hobby steady turning into a career due to the amount of time, effort and money put into it.

Love Music: Your favorite music Artist?

Michael Jackson

Love Music: What’s your goal in life you want to achieve next as an artist?

My long term career goals would be to do music full time, so once I start making money in music that surpasses the money I make from my day job I know then I'm ready to leave my job and take on the music fully.
Also in the next 5 years I would like to have written 10 top afrobeat’s songs.

Love Music: Awesome, Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

I love watching tv shows and movies, and to relax listening to music.
Playing video games occasionally but I do love my paintballing and go karting.

Love Music: How can people find you and follow you online?

On my Social Media:

Instagram: instagram.com/KBuzz_Official
Twitter: twitter.com/KBuzz_Official
Facebook: facebook.com/KBuzzOfficial

Love Music: What are some of your greatest challenges, and what is your greatest attribute when it comes to your work ethic?

Staying motivated - Its definitely a great challenge as I feel there is always more work than can be done and always room for improvement. Also having enough time, energy and drive to continue to be creative is something that I sometimes struggle with but I always allow myself for breaks and sleep which I set aside from the hard work with music. The same for answering emails, booking tours, scheduling, and promoting

Not getting discouraged - The most discouraging part of being an artist is that the art can be quiet subjective at times. You could write a great song, but there would still be a percentage of people who wouldn't like it. It's so funny because they may not even have a reason for not liking it. No matter how thick my skin may be, rejection isn’t always an easy pill to swallow.

My greatest attribute to my work ethic are as follows;

Hard Work

They say that hard work is the first stepping stone to success. The musicians must work hard to educate themselves about music making and enjoy music. Going into music must not be considered as an escape from work from day jobs. Instead, it must be the only work. It's not so easy to compose music. It is more life becoming an entrepreneur, where one has to create his/her product, and then promote it to the people so that they get it.


Practice makes a man perfect. Successful musicians practice a lot, day and night. When one is into music totally, he/she cannot afford to stagnate because that would eventually culminate his/her musical career. The success of a musician lies in his daily practice. Successful musicians make practicing a vital thing like breathing and eating. Passion for music is not enough to achieve a career in music, practicing every day is what helps one to grow and improvise in music. By practicing daily, a musician rises above others.

Patience And Not Giving Up

One of the most important qualities for me is to have a lot of patience. I cannot see myself being successful overnight, and especially in an art like music. To skill in music takes time, and for that one needs to be patient. Every musician who is topping the charts today hasn't become successful in a day. They have been practicing and honing their talents for years and years and are still learning. The sign of a real musician is that they learn and improve themselves daily, bit by bit. They know that it is going to take years for them to become able to compete with the flood of musicians out there in the world hungry for success. The most important thing is that giving up early might lead to an end of the career. So, instead of waiting for a 'big break,' one must be persistent about it.

Love Music: Are you the best at what you do in your opinion?

I believe in life there are people who are great at what they do and others who are good, but if the one who is great thinks they have it all and doesn't practice the one who practices regularly and daily will soon become better. And as we all know how the saying goes practice makes perfect. I truly believe I am getting into my comfort zone and groove of my music and I'm literally just getting better and better as fine wine. In the last 12 months, the progression can be seen.

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Thursday, 16 January 2020

Interview with Speaker Child

Love Music: Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, music passion etc. ??

I grew up in a small town and I learned a lot about a culture when I first started hanging with my Mexican Neighbors. I learned about food, dance, fiestas and childhood games. Cuarteles, Kanikas, Lotaria, Trompos, Un Elefante and the list goes on. I learned two languages from a young age and later started hanging with the Curb Dogs. When I started skating that’s all life was about. From sunrise to sun set. From building skate boxes to half pipes. As far as education goes, I barley finished high school. I would ditch almost everyday to write rhymes, skate and get into trouble.... My music background goes back to performing since I was in 2nd grade and my first actual gig was in 5th grade. Percussion is my passion and that started with a 5 gallon paint bucket.

Love Music: Can you please tell us more about your debut album, Mind On My Business?

The title says it all and the cover art (shoe-box full of cash) explains how I invested every last dollar into it. I grew up on West Coast Rap and wanted to bring that feeling I had when I first heard this type of music. I brought on O.G features for my debut album like,  Dru Down, Spice 1, CellyCel, Rappin' 4-Tay and Andre Nickatina. The beats are produced by Roc Phizzle, Qreeps, Carlos Lara and LUV. I’m the executive producer on the debut album. This first album took three years to write, record, collaborate and release. Within 3 months of the release I signed a three album deal with 75 Girls Records.

Love Music:Nice, And what do you wanna say about your new album "High on Wheels" ?

I really got the opportunity to collaborate side by side with producer Roc Phizzle. The new album "High On Wheels" will take you on a journey of skateboarding, partying, hardships relationships and more. I have CellyCel and MoiaBri featured on both my albums. I would say my favorite track is "Treat Yo Self" ft. Roc Phizzle on the hook. The first track kicks off with "Walk N Talk" ft Wanz on the hook. I had some friends/fans leave me voicemails talking smack on me and Roc Phizzle sampled for the intro and ending. You have to check it out! The new album was produced by Roc Phizzle, 75 Girls Records and yours truly. This was my first release under the label with distribution with Empire. Andre Nickatina named this album. We talked on the phone in Seattle and he gave me the idea. 

Love Music: Okay, what motivates you to do your best work as executive producer ? 

What motivates me is the content and it usually involves food one way the other. Also, I sample what I see, hear and feel. Making people dance is a big motivation and that's usually easy when its "Roc Phizzle on the track MAYNE!" He makes those snapper slappers.

Love Music: Great, What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far?

I've been achieving my goals from in the studio to the stage. The biggest achievement that just recently happened was on December 28th 2019.  I headlined a Casino in Lake Tahoe and my name finally was on a Marquee. Shout out to Lake Tahoe Biltmore Lodge And Casino.

Love Music: Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby?

I just really enjoy what I do.

Love Music: Your favorite music Artist?

I usually would say someone I listened to growing up or worked with in the studio. But, recently I had the opportunity to check out an artist by the name of Dizzy Wright and he's really good at what he does. Not only with flow, also with his message. I saw him on tour with Ritz and when Dizzy was in his set he had everyone dancing and rapping along. Also, he gave a short speech inspiring young people to start their own business and keep good thoughts and high spirits.

Love Music: What’s your goal in life you want to achieve next as an artist?

My goal is to complete the three album deal with 75 Girls Records and headline my first West coast and East coast tour. Get on a festival abroad in Europe, South America Central America and Mexico. 

Love Music: Awesome, Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

On my free time I like to spend with fam and friends. I enjoy different activities Archery, Skateboarding, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling and Chillin like Matt Dillion. Can't leave out my pup Gotham. "He's a good buddy," half German Shepard and Rottweiler and just turned 9 months old. Traveling is always a good time, but i'm usually on tour or doing radio interviews. 

Love Music: How can people find you and follow you online?

Meet me on the Facebook SHORTY haha there's actually a song out there like that. For real though Instagram or Facebook. "Speaker don't tweet."  Website coming soon with all my clothing!

Sunday, 5 January 2020

Big Bzz | OG Klay

OG Klay from the South Side of Peoria, IL, about two hours from Chicago. He is just starting out his music career; He write all his music from real-life experiences. OG Klay knows in his heart and soul that he is destined to be an artist; he has and will be continue to dedicate his whole life to his music. He has been inspired by an artist at the age of 13, music has been such an inspiration to OG Klay and his entire life. This was always his goal in life and he will stop at nothing to see that goal reached.

OG Klay has been making music, writing lyrics, and performing his own work for almost 5 years now. Becoming one of the greatest Hip-Hop artists is and will always be a dream of OG Klay that he will continue to work. His first single release, “Big Bzz,” on the first week hit the music streams and radio stations along with the music charts at number 24!

As OG Klay always in the studio putting in work for his next masterpiece, he is continually working on his online presence as well. Social media has helped him reach out to the public faster and easier than his Hip-Hop ancestors before him. He love to interact with his fan base and answer all the questions and suggestions. It feels more personal to him when he can get on a one-on-one level with his fans. OG Klay cherish every one of them and will never take them for granted.