Who does not have a significant song in their life? Maybe more than one. A song that spoke to us at the very moment we needed it. A song that seems like it was written just for us, that seems to give a voice to what we're feeling and enable us to make a decision that had seemed impossible, or do things differently from now on. What were the song writers feeling and what were they trying to say? What would happen if the song makers and the song hearers could discover each other? Life Song Podcast makes that happen.
From recording their first song, to becoming a chart-topping artist, On Music with Matt Podcast brings you closer to the biggest music stars across the world! Each week I’ll find out more on their biggest hits, biggest misses and how the music that we love changed their lives! Join me Matt Tsolo I ask for all the answers to all your questions!
The podcast that has conversations with Indie creators about music, meaning and the point of it all, so that you may be inspired by the journeys of other artists who are doing it for themselves and maybe gain a little more understanding as to why it matters quite so much that you keep creating.
The team at East Coast Radio regularly interviews A-Listers. If you're keen to hear from some of the biggest names in hit music or entertainment today - internationally and in South Africa, subscribe to this channel and catch up on all the interviews here.
Hip Hop, since its inception, has meant and held differing levels of significance. At first, thought of as the music genre for the rebellious and outcast to being a social commentator for the minority and their social ills. At its core, it was founded on four elements, namely, break-dancing, rapping/emceeing, DJ'ing and graffiti and evolved to having a fifth element, Knowledge of Self added to it. The Element hones in on the one true element of Hip Hop – namely the LOVE of Hip Hop, through the eras, across borders and through it’s different genres.