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MC Sha Rock
The Funky 4+1 More
MC Sha-Rock is a historic element of history, often referred to as the “Luminary Icon” or the” Mother of the Mic”. As the Hip Hop Cultures first influential female emcee; she has built a foundation for other female emcees world-wide. Born in Wilmington, North Carolina her parents decided to move the family to New York, City.
In the early 1970s a musical genre was born in the tough neighborhoods of the South Bronx. Talented teenagers with plenty of creativity and imagination began to develop a new street style; referred to as Hip-Hop. It provided a combination of rhythms and melodies from existing records, mixing them up with poetry chronicling life in the 'hood. Established as a b-girl/break dancer, MC Sha-Rock later elevated to become the Hip Hop Cultures first female emcee” as part of the legendary rap group called The Funky 4.
In 1984, MC Sha-Rock and members of the group made a guest appearance on “Saturday Night Live” hosted by Deborah Harry from the legendary rock group “Blondie” making them the first Hip Hop group to appear on national television. For over a decade she has contributed to the Hip Hop movement, her work includes several documentaries for the BBC film organization to include,” Thirty Years of Hip Hop”, which aired on VH1 and “My Mic Sounds Nice” which aired on the B.E.T. network. Also, appearing on 20/20 in the “1981” special “Rapping to the Beat” hosted, by Hugh Downs. In, addition to others network, TV shows along with, The Funky 4+1 more.
Throughout the '70s, she recorded background vocals for Odyssey, Major Harris, and Roy Buchanan. Alfa also sang on the Quincy Jones-produced soundtrack to The Wiz.
AlfaAnderson began her professional singing career alongside some of the industry's most talented vocalists and musicians. Throughout the '70s, she recorded background vocals for Odyssey, Major Harris, and Roy Buchanan. Alfa also sang on the Quincy Jones-produced soundtrack to The Wiz.
AlfaAnderson's life changed when Luther Vandross invited her to a vocal session for Chic. At the time, Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards had just formed the group with Tony Thompson on drums and Norma Jean Wright on lead vocals. She sang background on Chic's first two singles for Atlantic Records, "Dance, Dance, Dance (Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah)" and “Everybody Dance," which both brought Chic to the top of the dance charts for seven consecutive weeks in 1977. After joining Chic on tour, Alfa was promoted to lead vocalist, a role she and Luci Martin shared from 1978-1983.
The group's second album, C'est CHIC (1978), was a critical and commercial tour de force. It featured Anderson's two solo numbers, "At Last I Am Free" and the gold-selling single "I Want Your Love." Alfa and renowned session vocalist Diva Gray both sang lead on "Le Freak," Rodgers and Edwards' ode to Studio 54. The song not only became Chic's most successful single but, for more than 30 years, was the biggest-selling single in Atlantic's history. "Le Freak” topped the Hot 100 for three weeks and went to number one on both the R&B and disco singles charts, quickly earning gold and platinum certifications. C'est CHIC was later named "1979 R&B Album of the Year" by Billboard after it topped the R&B chart for eleven weeks.
Shingai, legendary front woman and bassist from the Noisettes ignites a new chapter with her debut solo EP, ‘Ancient Futures'. The EP finds Shingai at the vanguard of a new era of pop. Live instruments and future forward programming sit comfortably beside the melodies and rhythms inspired by her Southern African heritage. With an effervescent soundscape, the record is fearlessly infused with a soulful yet boisterous energy, making the music electrifying and compelling. Distinguished for her memorising and dramatic performances, be prepared to be taken on a sonic odyssey.
Gaining notoriety through her band The Noisettes, Shingai went on to sell over a million albums worldwide and they are still a treasured household name. “What’s The Time Mr Wolf” was a critically acclaimed record whilst “Wild Young Hearts” went platinum. They have sold out tours and headlined legendary festivals across four continents, playing in over 30 countries to date and were dubbed the “Best live band in Britain” by The Guardian.
Striking out as a solo artist, she’s no stranger to collaboration having worked with a range of artists counting Paul McCartney, Will.i.am, Dave Okumu, Annie Lennox, Mick Jones, RZA and Giorgio Moroder. Her eclecticism is an unrivalled spectrum, producing dancefloor classics such as ‘Hey Hey’ (Dennis Ferrer) and ‘We Just Don’t Care’ with ShyFX.
Recently she has diversified her career by lending her skills to acting. Landing a lead role in British Indie Film ‘Faces’ directed by Joseph Adesunloye which premiered at the Durban Film Festival and will be due for general release in late 2018. A testament to her dynamic presence on screen we will see her play the iconic warrior Queen Hatshepsut in the first all-black cast Hollywood blockbuster set for release in 2019, ‘Protector Of The Gods’ the Egyptian trilogy charting the empires’ most powerful female Pharaohs. Alongside a golden list of executive producers including Rhonda Ross and Prince Jackson.
Shingai’s highly anticipated release as an independent artist, ‘Ancient Futures’ will be released Spring/Summer 2019. The first single ‘Coming Home’ was inspired by Thomas Mapfumo’s classic hit ‘Shumba’ and represents the journey of Zimbabwean music, whose legacy she is taking into the future. Fans will be taken on a cinematic journey with a music video written, co-directed and conceptualised by Shingai. Shot on location in Zimbabwe it will showcase the rarely depicted vibrancy of Zim’s capital (Harare), Domboshawa, creatives and people. With the behind the scenes of the video captured on film as part of the BBC’2 series ‘Africa with Ade Adepitan’, in the last of the four episodes.
A local hero to Deptford Shingai is also an ambassador for Second Wave Youth Arts and the Midi Music Company, where you can find her immortalised on a celebratory mural on their wall on Watson Street. A “living, breathing, manifestation of Rock & Roll” according to Rolling Stone, Shingai’s performances are pure artistry.
Ny’Aira is one such artist that epitomizes the essence of an old soul with the modern era flare. She is a multi-talented vocalist and songwriter born in Aurora, OH and raised in Detroit, MI & Los Angeles. Each person that listens to her music has a different story to tell afterwards. Ny’Aira comes up with music that is drawn from emotional experiences throughout her life; whether getting through depression, romantic relationships, or just empowering herself & others.She aspires to be the voice for the voiceless, pave a way for those who are afraid or don’t know how to start.
Ny’Aira has had a vast array of musical influences which is the very reason why her music is enjoyable, easy going and fun yet thought provoking. Ny’Aira uses her music as a vehicle to express her perspectives and tell stories. Her music exhibits not only her versatility and vocal prowess but has surely cemented her style of R&B and has paved the way for the varied expressions of her musical ideas and artistic craft.
Experiences Ny’Aira She has opened for: Zapp & Roger, Dazz Band, Showcasing at the L. A Taste of Soul Festival, Performing LIVE at the Caroline’s on Broadway, Classical ensemble for the Leonard Slatkin Project, Industry showcase with composter/writer David Foster. She has also performed at; Disney, UK & Disney Paris. Ny’Aira has been feat on ABC, NBC, FOX Disney, Nickelodeon, Lifetime, and HBO.
Actor starring in award winning, hit TV shows and films. From portraying Lily Randall, free spirited singer/songwriter on the hit TV show ‘Radio Free Roscoe’, to starring in Disney’s ‘My Babysitter's A Vampire’ & ‘Life With Derek’ , to appearing on ‘Family Guy’a character in the latest version of Assassins Creed 5: Unity, (Oct 2014 release PS4 and Xbox One).
Since I was a child music has always played a huge part in my everyday life. As I got older I started to write my own raps at the age of 9. When I got into high school I was free styling a lot and battle rapping against other local rappers to build a buzz around town. It was then a long time friend recorded me freestyling and took it a record executive in Chicago that owned his own record label he was impressed by the word play and delivery but thought I needed more work. As I began to perfect my craft I started slowly building my own studio by scratch and by 17 I recorded my first full length track. As I finished high school my name around town for my song writing abilities had grown. As a project for my senior year english literature class we had to write a page long poem. When it was due my teacher at the time asked me to present it to the entire 25 student class room which was no problem to me. Later when the class ended my teacher asked me to stay over and told me out of all the ones he heard he thought mine was the best one and he wanted my permission to present it to a poem writers program he gotten involved with which I gladly accepted his offer. After I finished high school I started working more on my writing and by the age of 21 I had wrote over 1,000 songs mainly about my life and the life I see everyday. I eventually started recording with a variety of rappers and recorded an EP titled "Yung Crazy Presents: The Lyrical Assassins" with 8 songs on it "Intro" "It's 420", "I Do What I Do", "Decatur City Limits", "They Wanna Hate", "This Life Freestyle", "Something To Feel", "Here I Come". The EP was released independently as a free promotion to get the attention of more people. While my name was buzzing people around town would refer other people to me for production and teaching on flow and lyric writing abilities. When I was 23 I got involved in a rap group and record label called "Murda Sells Entertainment" where it was a group of 4 guys including myself rapped lyrical over real bass boosted and club type beats. It was short lived due to the different opinions of which direction we wanted the label to go that ended in me leaving the group. Which later resulted in the disband of the label all together by this time I had been working with some pretty well known names around town a few features on tracks along with production for their mixtapes/albums. I started gaining even more of a fan base for the work I was putting in. Which leads me to the present I started recording a full length album titled "Street Prophecy" back in December of 2017 the album has 11 songs on it with one feature all wrote and recorded myself.
People are still wondering who is this Hope McKee person is. Hmm, she is a single sassy person that decided to take my love of writing, singing blues, and turning it into a side career. Hoping that one day that will replace my day job. Like I stated in my previous blogs I had no clue of what I was doing just crazy and insane enough to take a chance to see what would happen. I’m actually listening to music as I am writing about myself. Talking about multi-tasking, I surely can do it. After attending several songwriting workshops, I started co-writing songs in the spring of 2014 at a small studio on Music Row. From there songs as, “I Need A Man,” “Seeing Things,” and “Auntie Blues were created. They all made the cut for my first album called, “This Is Me.” My wonderful producer thought it was a great idea to mix some cover songs along with a few original songs. I think it was a genius. It was fun and a lot of hard work was put into my first of many projects and hopefully more to come in the future. Some are wondering where my artist name came from. Simple it’s my part of my birth name. While sitting in the middle of bedroom brainstorming via text with my vocal coach with threw out potential names for my album. Most singers especially gospel and blues singer grow up singing in church choirs in a Baptist church. I was not one of them. Most of my friends and family do not know that I could carry a tune in a bucket much less hit a high note or two. Thus, the title of my album is called, “This Is Me.” I hope that you have enjoyed my journey so far and that you get a copy of “This Is Me.”
Barbie and Wills write all original music together sharing ideas as each track is created. Barbie plays keys and does vocals. Wills plays keys, guitar, bass, drums and does some vocals as well as producing the recordings. We enjoy the process together and find it very rewarding as we can touch people all around the world and other musicians can impact us with their music as well.
Jolly Roger (aka Roger M Daniel) has been involved in the music industry since 1963, when he was invited to roadie for the iconic British blues band 'Cops 'n' Robbers’. He recalls the thrill of meeting John Lee Hooker, who the band backed on tour. Since then he has been involved in various aspects of the music industry including, management, promotion, distribution, retail and audio production. He currently presents the popular radio show 'Jolly Roger's Blues & Roots'.
Hello my name is Desirae Chacon & i have a twin sister named Danae Chacon. we always loved writing & singing songs as well as acting too. We loved in various places including New York City & will love to go back! We also did a modeling project as well at our University in New York called Pace University. we had set experience on a film called Joy Ride that starred Paul Walker & Steve Zahn. My twin sister Danae Chacon also went to Philadelphia to work with a producer who also worked with The Roots of The Tonight Show hosted by Jimmy Fallon. We are of a multi-ethnical background including British, Irish, French, German, African, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch & Native American ancestry
Yajna is a mother of two and a passionate and driven Swedish singer, songwriter, music producer, film producer and businesswoman and a lover of action sports. She is the CEO of Rising Phoenix Music Group and Rising Phoenix Entertainment. Yajna grew up in the most Northern part of Sweden, in Kiruna. She has always been into action sports, film and music. In her first English releases, called the trilogy of the Rising Phoenix, she tells her own story from her darkest moments in life into her brightest and most empowering moments, sharing it with people all over the world. The songs are called “You are beautiful”, “Femenomenal” and “Rising Phoenix”. She sees herself as a Rising Phoenix, and sings about how she rises from the ashes into fire bringing a message of love, hope and empowerment. Yajnas music is all about self love, empowerment and inspiration. She wants to inspire and encourage you to listen to your heart and live your best life. Yajna wants to give energy to others so they can follow their dreams and find a life of true happiness and joy.
Yajna is a true visionary and entrepreneur, and she is dedicated to making a difference in the world. As a mother and female artist, Yajna takes women empowerment into her work. She started the non profit organisation Women World Wide, to help women into entrepreneurship and to live a healthy and independent lifestyle. As an artist, through her music, Yajna wants to give her listeners a journey into other dimensions, and she calls her music atmospheric/cinematic soul/RnB. Yajna is also a film producer, and has made a documentary about her life, how she overcomes struggles and obstacles in her life, and how she with the love for her children and her love for music is reborn into the artist Yajna. It’s been sent to Film Festivals all over the world, and it can also be seen on Amazon Prime US and UK. The documentary is very emotional and goes along with Yajnas message of love and empowerment.
Yajna is also a Jewelry designer and together with Giantto in Los Angeles she has made a Jewelry collection called Yajna. She is a sharp and passionate businesswoman with a lot of things going on in the future such as a clothing line, writing a book, films and of course there is a lot more music and music videos to be released!
I was born on November 24, 1961 in Gilford (Surrey) England. Guitarist and composer. Co-founder and member of the Spanish pop rock group STRANGE. All guitars, bass, drums, arranged, composed, performed and recorded by me. The lyrics, vocals, mixing and mastering by Jose Lorca. All songs are copyrighted.
"iola is a Singer/Songwriter who grew up in the South of France. After Uni, she decided to move to London to follow her Passions (Music and Acting). She has been Singing since she was 5 years old and she started Piano since she was 6 years old. She can also play Guitar. She really enjoys writing different genres of music (Pop, Rock, Rn'B, Electro, Indie Country...) and composing Classical Music for Films. She speaks English, French and a bit of Spanish." Last but not least, she has just won a Caafas Award for best contemporary music and she has more than 21 000 followers on Instagram.
Now available for interviews and LIVE song play on Radio, Podcasts and TV Shows.
She is so excited for this song to come out, and for now, here’s a sneak peek at her trailer
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Sofia Gillani is a singer/songwriter born and raised in London. Music has always been a passion and creative outlet, and now she’s releasing her new single “Other Side” on June 18th 2021, distributed via the World Wide Web.
The single will be available on pre-order via iTunes on the 17th May, and the complete music video for the song will be released on the same day of release, 18 th June 2021.
The Other Side is about feeling powerless on occasion but being able to rise to the challenge, no matter what circumstances you face. A powerful song for powerless times. In essence, it’s about being fearless, and when she wrote it, she wanted it to be an expressive and bold song.
Please follow Sofia Gillani for updates on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sofia.aneesa.gillani/ she really feels with
her power, emotion and sheer vocal strength that the sky's the limit!
Lacy Darryl Phillips aka THEUNCLEEARL
LDP aka The Uncle Earl is an accomplished Actor, Singer, Dancer, Choreographer, Creative Director, Music Producer, Songwriter, Teacher, Producer, Radio Personality & DJ.
Lacy choreographed and staged the National Tour of The Wiz starring Grace Jones and Peabo Bryson. He was the Associate Director/Choreographer for the Mariah Carey Around The World Tour and Assistant Director/Choreographer for Signed, Sealed, Delivered (A Celebration Of Stevie Wonder) at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas starring Chaka Khan, Peabo Bryson and Melissa Manchester.
Under Mentor Debbie Allen, Lacy was an assistant and also performed on such projects as: A Different World, The Academy Awards, Sammy Davis Jr. 60th Anniversary Tribute, Polly I & II for Disney and the CBS T.V. Movie Stompin’ At The Savoy featured as Teddy The M.C. and Cool Women.
He is currently Creator/Producer of Ultimate Underground, which is a global music, arts and education project. He is the Host/DJ of his own successful weekly radio pod cast title The Ultimate Underground Experience Radio Show with Uncle Earl that airs on Radioactive Broadcasting Network.
Lacy’s new venture Earl Hitz Records is inspired by the culture of dancing at The Paradise Garage, in NYC. As a culture curator of performance & music for the world he wanted to create a new outlet to cater to this new digital experience. Earl Hitz Records is a NYC label created to embrace the sounds of house, dance, electronic pop, and funk music.
His international debut Dance/House Compilation is slated for release Summer 2016 worldwide digital through Earl Hitz Record. For more information on Lacy Phillips or Earl Hitz Records contact via his website https://www.UltimateUnderground.com
TC Eckstein, Vocalese is a Jazz , Neo-Soul /Hip Hop, Inspirational, Multi-Genre SOLO/ COLLABORATIVE Multi-Music Award Winning Recording Artist with Studio Rebels/ POZE Records and PozeProductions.com VIP Artist / Partner. Ambassador to Black Women In Jazz & the Arts Division (WMASS/ Northeast ) . Host at Focus Springfield Community TV for TC ECKSTEIN'S 413 COMMUNITY CAFE VIA:COMCAST. Produced by Nathaniel Patterson of Solo Productions. Nu-Soul Collective Associate. A Lead Vocalist: Rick Eckstein Jazz Quintet/The Kevin Sharpe Group/Avery Sharpe Extended Family Choir/ Solo Perform/ Recordings! Favorite Quote: Hebrews Ch:11 Faith is The Substance... Joel 2:13 Return to The Lord your God.... I am very Blessed to be a part of the musician world of POZE PRODUCTIONS. I look forward to networking with musicians as I am a SOLO recording artist working with Studio Rebels I am Grateful For Much Of The Love n Motivational Support of my Sister/Cousins Charlotte Carolle and Arnaldo, Dakota, Lily-Almonte and Gary Eckstein. I Fell in Love with Music since infancy, My Parents told me It was the only thing that soothed me and gave me vivid beautiful dreams as I grew and it became my place of Tranquility and Equilibrium. I have had a love relationship with God and Music that no other relationship could ever rise above. No matter what was going on in my life music always had a place that gave me wholeness, self expression and self-esteem since early Childhood. My Journey throughout the music business has for most of my life been one of performing and developing my Craft for God and Inspiring others. Born Theresa Eckstein , a native of Springfield, MA I Have been pursuing Music since 8 yrs old and earlier at home under direct training from my Father/Brother:Robert/Richard Eckstein 32 yrs veteran and mentor of WTCC radio 90.7 fm Great Black Music Jazz and trained in Music/Dance @ at Dunbar Music Community Program under Frank Hatchett and Souliman Music Director. I've been involved throughout all my schooling years in Church Choir, Community Music School and Youth Choir Directing etc, Later adding Top 40 bands and recording my first 2 Singles on the Physical Attraction CD Project and prior to that recorded with Ross Cogman Freestyle Music and R&B. My Jazz Movement grew in 2010 with the urging of my son to write more. Having been led into the music industry via way of top artists who recognized my gifts and throughout my life has helped me too maintain consistency with creating music which in turn strengthened my knack for poetry and songwriting and now I've ventured out on Solo and Collaborative Projects. My advice for any up and coming artists is to self , invest, promote and stay motivated no matter what. Never give up on your goals when you know deep down in your gut you will succeed and are the real deal. Utilize Social Media and the internet Professionally, never get caught up in tabloid like conversations, Be above that and stay Classy. Be ready to accept the negative and the positive and know in your soul attention is what counts, but how you carry yourself is and should reflect all about the good qualities they love in your music. I don't see music as Male dominated anymore, Women are making great strides and nothing can compare to a woman's pouring her heart into song and words of strength that can identify with other women. A man can't do it quite like a woman or sing a love song to a man she loves. I stay humble in that my gift is recognized as just that, and when I get feedback from fans that I have Blessed them with Inspiration and encouragement due to my music, My purpose in pleasing God is my reward. He comes 1st in my life. Without him I would never be able to do all the things that I can. I know it is he that is guiding me at all times and I a truly grateful for that, In that his will be done. My music since going Solo in 2010 has a new Flavor of Hip Hop Jazz I cross enrich with Multiple Genre Compositions I build upon with Love and Inspirational Lyrics I often meditate on. I enjoy adapting to modern Technology and work at Masterminding High Quality Sound/Visual Platform. I am Building on my Filming and Graphic Editing/ Studio Production Skills and Public Speaking TV/Radio personality. As in addition to Music, I am big fan of Photography and Networking. I would love to in the near future expand into some acting as well. I would Love for my Legacy to be an inspiration to others to never letanyone ever discourage you in your pursuit of living a life long dream incorporated into a fullfilling life. I am Jazz and personify that as a result of my family history with Jazz and would like the importance of educating children in Jazz and it's history as it came about to be implemented as a must in school curriculuum as well as keep music in schools. My Father always told me, "If You Learn Jazz , you can Branch off and do anything in music. It is a foundation. Once you get it, I mean really get it! You get how music operates with the soul. I would Like to Thank God First and foremost for being my light along my life pathways andprotector and for Blessing me with this gift, that many times Satan tried to steer me from and convince me I didn't have. I Thank My Children for believing in me and supporting me in the sacrifices we all have made in doing this as a team. My Father, and Grandfather , May they Rest In Peace for passing on the inspiration and motivation in being who they were in regards to music, My Eldest Brother Richard for continuing teaching me Jazz once dad had passed, and lastly but not at all of the least my Beloved Supporters and Fans, People Backing me and Reaching out to me in the Spirit of Love that keeps me doing what I do as an Artist.Check Out My Profile
Calling John is a rock band made up of amateur musicians, with some professional work under another former name in the past. We have no cheap psichoanalist, then we buy some instruments.
Calling John is influenced by all Rock styles all time, from classic, punk-rock, heavy, stoner, grunge… from several countries, but really they are comfortably parked in an Alternative rock style. All of these ingredients are moved into his music trying to get a Calling John’s Style.
Calling John members and tasks:
Alberto - drums and vocals
Fran - bass
Luís - lead vocal and guitar
Javier - lead guitar and vocals
Sometimes we have a keyboardist,called Pepe, usually we are a drummer, bass and two guitars.All of them regularly collaborate in composition and lyrics tasks by rol.
Robert is a minister with talents in acting, writing, motivational speaking and Spoken Word. Just-Robert has an curios talent for turning ordinary words and names into inspirational acronyms.
Robert has written several books. One of his books titled “The Simplicity of God’s Word” (TSOGW) is now published and can be purchased at various bookstores and on line. The Simplicity of God’s Word was first introduced to the American community in Germany. While in Germany, Robert conducted an international book tour, which included conducting book signings and interviews for the local U.S. Army newspaper.
Robert was also featured in plays while in Germany.
The Gospel Plays include: “The Bar-B-Queue” and “What’s your flavor” Written and produce by: Mr. Juan Hawkins
Although Robert Terry was diagnosis with Multiple Sclerosis in 2003, he has not allowed it to deter him from his passion for the ministry of Jesus Christ.
Robert has also written and produced numerous plays in the pass. Robert is very compassionate when it comes to people especially God’s youth.
He has performed for local churches and has been featured at local poetry spots in Houston Texas.
Now Robert Terry aka Just-Robert is focusing on breaking into the Music Industry with his gifts.
Best Album (X-Poze-ing Music Awards 2014) for Evolution Best Song, Singer/Songwriter Award (Akademia Music Awards 2012) for Midnight Moon & Evolution Best Song, (X-Poze-ing Music Awards 2013) for Breathless, Watching the Time Pass & Turn to Blue Despite her success so far, Boutz has been no slouch, following up Evolution with an award-winning single, Give It To Me, Boutz is showing no signs of slowing down, with plans to release her new album Blackout. Boutz is also currently making plans for a tour to reach her fans. Boutz gets airplay on Poze Radio every Monday night, and has been featured in Poze Magazine in Fall 2012 and Spring and Fall 2013, as well as receiving coverage in the It's My Life magazine (Fall 2013). Asked what her long term goals are, Boutz said "I want to continue writing music that inspires others…I want to go all the way, perform on stage in front of thousands of people. As a child at the wee age of five, my Mother asked me what I wanted when I grew up. I looked up to her and said, 'I wanna be a singer, I wanna write songs!'" Boutz' music is available on iTunes, Amazon and all other major online stores.
I still spend a lot of time writing music like I did back home an still do my drawings especially for my kids, But as you get older in life things become more depressing,. there are worries on top of worries, like you never had when you was a kid, I guess you lose the old nerve I would say, but as things went through my life as young kid, I was so experienced in life just like young adult, I guess it follows down in generation I think more experienced, then any normal kid for only at the age of 10, I know almost everything about life, an what it was all about just wasn't old enough to be more responsible in life. because my mom & dad always done for us, as a parent would do for their children. but there come a time in my life , that I had to be more responsible in life. in lots of things that my mom & dad couldn't help me with, but I always asked them for advice in many things about life, But as I got older I learned many new things in my life as a young kid .just as I was growing up I had to be more responsible in life about things more serious in my life, so i realized its time for me to do whats best for myself, an not ask for any advice from my family but learned on my own more or less , As a young kid turning at the age of 13.
Verona began perform at the age of 6, wrote her first song shortly after and has been performing regularly ever since. She competed on and won The Next Child Superstar in 2008, starred in a few short films in and has made a special guest appearance on an episode of Nickelodeon’s Victorious in 2009. Verona Rose has performed in venues across the country from the Hotel Café in LA to the Cobb Theatre in GA just to name a few. Her passion is performing and she is most comfortable on stage. Verona Rose is a green girl, spokesperson for the Laura Brooke Music Foundation. Verons loves giving back to her community ans is a proud member of Shine where she helps raise awareness on bully prevention and part of the Tunes for Tots South Florida Dream Team, which is made up of talented artists all over South Florida where they perform to raise moneyt for the Make a Wish Foundation. Verona is proud to be endorsed by Daist Rock Girl Guitars and proudly Rocks out with a Rebel Rocket Supernova. She currently co-hosts a tween talk show with her dad called Butterfly Kisses-The Father-Daughter Hour on www.w4cy.com and is currently working on her debut CD.