Saturday, March 28, 2015
Karlie Redd‘s in the booth at CSP Studios working on her rap all while being messy. And why not make a diss record toward K.Michelle and let Rasheeda hear it? Traci comes along for the entertainment and tries to grasp what is going on. “Come on, get on a verse,” Karlie tells Rasheeda. “I am so not about to waste my beautiful voice on no gotd– zoo animals. I can’t do it,” Rasheeda responds. Traci eggs Rasheeda on persuading her with the “I’ll play it [on the radio]” if she just does the song. Rasheeda says she’ll think about it. When Karlie asks when is the last time she saw K, Rasheeda says, “Oh, I was driving down Boulevard pass the Atlanta Zoo and she was right outside that b*tch eating some grass.” Oh, Rasheeda.
Monday, February 16, 2015
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By investing in their own careers, such artists are able to make it to the top strictly based on their fan base and music alone. The artist remains in control with a team of people who understand your branding, your fans, and your dream.
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Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Many times artist will come in the studio with the a notion that they can record an outstanding vocal performance within a few takes of being in the booth, although this may be true for few, its not true for most. Getting that “It Factor” on record is often harder then most artists like to think.
- Get comfortable.
- Take time to focus on what the song is about.
- Learn the lyrics before going into the booth.
- Connect with the emotion of the song.