Indie Tuesdays! MaJLo – Worry.

Welcome back everyone, and happy Tuesday!

I would like to introduce to you a new segment I added to my blog and it is called “Indie Tuesdays”.

This summer I have started to listen to many Indie artists because mainstream music has become very dull for me and I needed to find something different. There are so many talented artists out there and I want to put the spotlight on them by sharing their music with you all.

Today I would like to introduce the very first Indie artist I’ve listened to, his music is amazing. His name is MaJLo who is Polish music producer, instrumentalist, and singer. The three genres of music he focuses on are the alternative, electronic music, and pop. In addition to all this, he is also the co-founder of the independent music label, Sounddict.

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The first song I heard from him was “Worry”. One day I was searching for relaxing morning playlist on Youtube, I came across one with Indie songs and his song was part of the playlist. I ultimately fell in love with the lyrics and melody. The melody of this song is calm, peaceful and yet nostalgic. It makes you think of a place you loved and you relive those wonderful memories in your mind.

The lyrics of the song can mean many things to people, the words that won me over were:

“I don’t know how it felt to just be me. I feel, I’m losin’ space”

This year was very challenging for me, from dealing with health problems to precious friendships ending. I felt as if this song described how I felt, I didn’t know how to feel happy I felt like I was losing myself. This is what these words meant to me.

From listening to the lyrics and reading them, I believe this song is about the desire to feel accepted and have someone appreciate who you are as a person. There is a sense of sadness and peace into one, the melody and guitar work fit well together too. It’s interesting how lyrics can perfectly describe how we feel, there is a sense of peace when you find something that speaks to your heart. This is what this song is for me.

Listen to the song and come back to tell me what you think of it in the comments section.

Thank you so much for reading and see you soon!

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Rest In Peace, Chester❤

It was July 20, 2017 and I walking around downtown Edmonton, while I was on vacation leaving for Jasper, Alberta the next day. I scroll through my Instagram and I suddenly see the headline, “RIP Chester”.

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In absolute shock and disbelief, I type into Google ‘Chester Bennington’, maybe it’s the wrong Chester. Nope, I read again the headlines and I burst into tears. I never cry for celebrity deaths because I don’t have any personal connection to these people, but Chester was different. He is the reason why I fell in love with rock music, because of his music I got through high school. He got a lot of teenagers of my generation through rough times. I have never been to a Linkin Park concert and I dreamed of the day I will see them perform on stage. The news were heartbreaking for me, I simply couldn’t believe it.

For those of you who have not heard of Linkin Park or Chester, Chester is the lead singer of the rock band Linkin Park. Chester had powerful vocals that touched your soul, I personally feel like no one else can compare to him. Chester’s road to success wasn’t always easy, there were countless rejections from record label companies. In his early days, Chester was was part of a band called “Grey Daze” (1993), the band recorded three albums but in 1998 he left the band. It was struggle for him to find another band after leaving Grey Daze, however, Jeff Blue, now a vice president of A&R at Warner Bros., intervened to help the band sign with Warner Bros. Records. On October 24 2000, Linkin Park released their debut album “Hybrid Theory”

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As a side project in 2005, Bennington formed another bad as a side project called Dead By Sunrise, their debut album was released on October 13, 2009. According to online articles, . He worked on new material with Stone Temple Pilots in 2013 to release the EP High Rise on October 8, 2013, via their own record label, Play Pen.

To me he was one of the greatest vocalists in the rock music world, his vocals had so much emotion, a really distinct voice that cannot be forgotten.

Thank you Chester for existing and sharing your talent! You are missed so much! Please continue to support Linkin Park, I know one day they will come back, so when they do we will there waiting for them.

Thank you for reading and see you soon!

Source (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chester_Bennington)

 

 

I’m Back!!!

Hello everyone,

It’s been wayyy too long and I apologize for being away for so long, life has been a little tough on me lately and I had to take a moment to put the pieces back together. It’s not quite where I want it to be yet, but I’m getting there 🙂

If any of you remember, I had a very hard time figuring out what I wanted this blog to become. I read an article years ago about bloggers, and the importance of picking one topic to write about. However, I still wanted to write about various topics on my blog. It is my blog after all, I have the right to decide what I want to write about. Therefore, I kept going back and forth between topic to topic, introducing new blog titles, I was genuinely confused. So I took break from this blog to figure things out and I have come to a conclusion.

This blog will remain a music blog only, very soon I’ll change the design of the site and create a brand new banner. The name of the blog will be J’Adore Music! I started blogging in 2010 to write about music, that’s my biggest passion in life. I adore music, I listen to it everyday and if I don’t, then I feel restless.

With that being said, I created two separate blogs about lifestyle and my photography! I have the links down below, so please check them out and click the ‘follow’ button 🙂

My lifestyle blog will cover the following topics:

  1. Beauty
  2. Fitness & Health
  3. Travel
  4. Food
  5. Popular Culture i.e book & movie reviews
  6. Self – empowerment to inspire self-growth and gaining self-esteem

These are just a few of the topic I will cover on my lifestyle blog. On my photography website I will share my landscape, nature, urban and portrait photography. I am a photographer, and my journey began in 2007. It wasn’t until recently that I decided to pursue photography seriously. So I created an Instagram page for my work last year, and I had an amazing response from people and positive feedback. I felt so determined, and inspired to continue to improve my work. This year I attended an Insta photography meetup and I discovered a newfound love for portrait photography. It would mean the world to me if you could check out my website and click on the ‘follow’ blog.

So this wraps up the introduction to my other two blogs, it might be a bit too much to manage three blogs but I feel dedicated. The only thing I have to do now is create a schedule. However, for now I will invest a lot of time catching up on my music posts. I have a lot to share and I cannot wait to write about what I love the most, music!!!

Thank you for sticking by my side all these years, we’ve been together since 2013 and we are a team. I couldn’t do this without you all, who take the time to read my post and who were probably checking my blog while I was away.

I am back and I cannot wait to get started!

See you soon 🙂

Lifestyle Blog

Photography Website

Photography Instagram Page

 

 

 

 

Goodbye Wonder Girls

When I first got into Kpop, thanks to PSY, I was searching for other Kpop artists and I discovered Kara and Wonder Girls. These two girls groups led me to finding out more amazing Kpop musicians.

This week I woke up to the news I didn’t want to read, Wonder Girls are officially disbanding. I’ve heard and read rumors about their so called disbandment, but I disregarded it because they had a successful comeback. Why would a group disband if they did well? It was upsetting to read the news, especially when I’ve been listening to their music since 2012. That’s a long time.

For those of you who haven’t heard Wonder Girls, they are a South Korean girl group who debuted in 2007 with their album “The Wonder Years”. The original members of the group were Sunmi, Sohee, Sunye, Yeeun and Hyuna. Hyuna was not part of the group for too long, due to problems with chronic gastroenteritis and fainting spells. However, Hyuna ended up being part of another popular Kpop band, 4 Minute which also disbanded last year. Following Hyuna’s exit, in autumn 2007, the talent agency Good Entertainment sent their trainee Yubin to JYP Entertainment to replace Hyuna. Yubin made her debut in their popular music video, “Tell Me”.

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The original lineup! Yenny, Sohee, Sunye, Hyuna and Sunmi.
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Group lineup, after Hyuna’s departure! Yenny, Sunmi, Sohee, Sunye and Yubin.

Wonder Girls have quite a legacy in South Korea, they are known as one of the top girl groups in the Kpop industry, along with other legendary groups. Wonder Girls had a tremendous success, very quickly they began to release chart topping hits like “Tell Me”, “So Hot” and “Nobody”. They were unstoppable and ready tot take over the world with their music. In 2009, it was announced they would go and try to breakthrough the US music market. They debuted with an English version of their song, “Nobody” and recording a new album. In that same year, JYP announced Wonder Girls will be joining the Jonas Brothers on tour. Considering their successful career, there have been a number of member lineup changes. In 2010, Sunmi postponed her music career to pursue her academic career, it was not certain when she would return to JYP again. Following her departure, Hyerim (Lim) a JYP trainee was chosen as Sunmi’s replacement. The group continued to promote their music, while actively working in South Korea and America.

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Yenny, Sohee, Sunye, Yubin and Hyerim.

In 2012, Sunye announced she would be getting married in January 2013! JYP, the CEO of the JYP Entertainment announced the group would go on hiatus. Many fans feared the group will disband, but JYP reassured there was not such thing. On June 24, 2015, it was announced the Wonder Girls would be making a comeback as a band. Yet again, more lineup changes happened with Sunmi returning to the Wonder Girls and Sunye and Sohee ending their contracts with JYP Entertainment. On August 3 2015, they released their comeback album, “Reboot”. To this day this is one of my favorite albums by the Wonder Girls, with their 1980s inspired tunes. The girls took their talent one step further by learning to play an instrument, compose and write their own songs. “Reboot” was a successful album earning a number five spot of the Gaon Album Chart and number two on the Billboard World Albums. Following the success of the their previous album, the Wonder Girls released a new single, “Why So Lonely”, in the summer of 2016.

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Final member lineup. Yenny, Yubin, Hyerim and Sunmi.

Now it is time to say goodbye! There are many questions as to why the group is disbanding, some have stated it is because JYP invests more time and money to promote newer groups. Yubin and Hyerim have renewed their contacts, while Sunmi and Yenny did not. According to some reports, Sunmi and Yenni are meeting with new agencies to continue working as musicians and hopefully continuing their activities as the Wonder Girls. It’s not certain how that would work out, considering they might be with different companies. Nevertheless, I know they will do what’s best for them and their career.

We are saying goodbye to ten wonderful years with the Wonder Girls, they have left behind wonderful music and memories. I may have not followed them from their debut days, but I am happy I got to know them before their disbandment. The girls will be releasing their final single on February 10.

Good luck and thank you for everything Wonder Girls, you were wonderful! We will miss you.

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Top 10 Locations for Photography in Toronto!

Happy New Year everyone,

I wish you all great health, happiness, success and peace of mind for 2017. A new year means new chances and new opportunities!

With that being said, it is time to move on to today’s topic and today we will talk about the best photography locations in Toronto. I am a huge lover of photography, and  Toronto is a dynamic city and there are some great spots for taking photos.

So let’s take a look at my top 10 picks.

 

1.Scarborough Bluff Park

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For beautiful scenic photos, Scarborough Bluff is the place to explore. The Bluff Park is located in the Scarborough district, which forms much of eastern portion of the Toronto waterfront. I went to the park for the first time last summer and it was stunning, there are some hiking trails and of course, the beach. You will feel as if you have gone on a tropical vacation, well almost.

2. Distillery District

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The Distillery District has an industrial look, but yet classy. It is located east of downtown and  it contains numerous cafés, restaurants, and shops housed within heritage buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Dstillery (former distiller of alcoholic beverages). The architecture depicts the Victorian era industrial look, it is quite beautiful and different from the typical city architecture. I like going there because it feels like you are somewhere else, I love historic architecture more than modern design.

3. Graffiti Alley

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Street art is my favorite and the Graffiti Alley has endless alleys of graffiti art. The Graffiti Alley is located in the Fashion District, and it runs south of Queen Street West from Spadina Avenue to Portland Street beginning at 1 rush lane. It has a unique charm and it is a great spot for edgier photos.

4. Evergreen Brick Works

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Evergreen Brick works is a former quarry and industrial site located in the Don River Valley. The park offers lots of fun activities and events for the family such as farmers market, restaurants and shops. Evergreen Brick Works has a lovely view of downtown Toronto, surrounded by trees. This is also a great spot for hiking, and discovering new spots in the park to gain a different perspective of the city.

5. Harbourfront.

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The Harbourfront in our city is dynamics place, there is so much to see and do. You will get a great view of Lake Ontario, the beautiful harbour and a view of the Toronto Islands.

6. Toronto Islands

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The islands are buzzing with people in the summer time, there is so much to see and explore. The islands offers a wonderful view of the Toronto’s skylines, while exploring the islands you will finds many beaches, gardens, the lighthouse and so much more.

7. Toronto Light Festival

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There is something brand new coming to Toronto this winter to keep us entertained and encourage us to leave our house without hibernating all the way till Spring. The Toronto Light Festival will be running from January 27 to March 12, 2017! According to their website, you are expected to see this at the festival. I am personally very excited about this one, and I can’t wait to go and explore the cool light installations.

Discover lighting creations of
every size and type.

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to float in the sky.

Experience magical light sculptures, breath taking light canopies, neon artworks & futuristic laser formations.

8. Polson Pier

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Polson Pier was previously known as, The Docks Waterfront Entertainment Complex, it is located in the largely industrial Port Lands area along the shore of Toronto Harbour. It is a great spot for photography because it offers a different angle of the city, and it looks very interesting in the winter time when everything is frozen.

9. Humber Bay Arch Bridge

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This summer I decided to go on a short photography trip to the Humber Bay Bridge, it is located south of Lakeshore Blvd. West. It has a stunning scenic lookout of the city, if you ever come down to south Etobicoke, make sure you come down for a visit.

10. Young-Dundas Square

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Think of it as a smaller version of Times Square! I was lucky enough to complete my undergraduate degree in the heart of downtown Toronto, so that meant I was always in Younge-Dundas Square. This part of the city is buzzing with people and it is probably the busiest spot in the city. You will find large billboards, street performers and many exciting events happening there. It’s a must see.

Ok, this concludes today’s top 10 list pf photography spots in Toronto! Of course, there are many more places, so I’ll be writing a part two post soon.

I’m curious to know, which is your favorite photography location in Toronto. Let me know in the comments below, and with that being said I’ll see you all soon!

Lindsey Stirling, Brave Enough Tour 2016

Hello everyone,

It’s been a while, my apologies for keeping you waiting but I have a brand new post for you so I hope that makes up for the wait 🙂

For those of you who are new to my blog I am not a professional music critic. Simply love music so much that I want to write my thoughts and opinions about albums, songs, and performances. So that’s exactly what I’m going to be doing today I will talk to you guys about the Lindsey Stirling performance I saw this Tuesday. Lindsey Stirling is one of the most innovative and creative violinist of our time. This may sound like an exaggeration, but go on over to her YouTube channel and you will be blown away by her talent.

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Lindsey Stirling, Brave Enough, album cover.

Before I get into the good stuff, I want to give you guys a brief background information about Lindsey. Lindsey Stirling was born on September 21, 1986 she is an electronic classical performance artist. She combines both genres of music and dances while playing the violin, as you can imagine it takes a lot of stamina to be able to do that but she makes it look so effortless. Lindsey decided in 2010 to appear on America’s Got Talent, but she got voted off further into the show and was told she wouldn’t be able to sell out any shows with this kind of music. She then took her music YouTube, cinematographer David Gray reached out to Lindsey in hopes of collaborating on a YouTube video together. From there her music started to take off and slowly she gain more following. She has released three albums and her first release was her self-titled album Lindsey Stirling. She has performed with many amazing singers such as Celine Dion, and she won a Billboard Award for Top Dance Electronic album. Do I need to say more, she is quite amazing!

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Lindsey Stirling, along side Celine Dion at the 2016 Billboard Awards!

I’m going to give you a breakdown of what the concert was like and what to expect if you are attending her. The concert began with Shawn Hook as the opening act, who is also a fellow Canadian. He has performed with Elton John, so he is someone to look out for in the future. If I can recall correctly, he performed about 4-5 songs, including his famous single, “Sound of Your Heart”. He had great vocals, very clear and not auto-tuned at all and his piano skills were on point. The show began at 8:00pm, Shawn performed until 8:30pm and then we had a half an hour intermission.

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At 9 o’clock, the star of the night appeared on stage, she performed her song “Pheonix” and it was an electrifying introduction. The stage looked incredible, three screens were set up and on top the Brave Enough logo could be seen.

The costumes and stage effects were quite impressive, in front of the main stage there was a net-like looking screen that was brought down. On that screen special effects were projected, such as leaves falling down or the effects of rain. It was definitely a very unique visual experience. Seeing Lindsey perform on stage you can see she definitely has the charisma and the energy to keep the audience engaged. She loves what she does for a living and this is her passion. The skill of dancing and playing the violin at the same time can be a very hard but she manages to pull it off very well. Lindsey Stirling is a very down to earth person who engaged with the audience and had conversations with them. She put together a little skit that supposedly was filmed backstage, it was quite funny and we were all laughing. Lindsey along with her drummer and guitar player, came out onstage with child sized music instruments and played a song or two. That just goes to show even with a child’s toy she can still pull it off.

After the skit Lindsey took the time to talk about one of her crew members, Gavi, who passed away of cancer. She talked about how hard it was for her to deal with this loss and how she’s overcoming it. She performed a tribute song for Gavi with a special video montage she put together of him. After this tribute performance, Lindsey talked about a song that Gavi and her started writing together before he passed away. They couldn’t finish it so she said that she worked very hard and she felt that she had Gavi’s support from up above to finish the song. It was very touching performance. Afterwards, Lindsay changed costumes and played a few more songs before ending the show. When she performed her song, “Arena”, she talked about the adversity she faced when she was told that she will not be able to make it as a musician. Her positive message to anyone in the audience who had any special talents was never to give up and never to let anyone tell them that they cannot do it. Instead she said to use it as a way to get back up there and fight for what you are born to do. It was such a great message and it really hits close to home for me personally, because I have lots of aspirations and dreams for the entertainment industry. After she left the stage everybody were yelling encore, encore, we all wanted to see her back on stage and she came back for one final performance of “Roundtable Rival”.

What am I going take away from this concert experience? I have learned that being persistent to chase your dreams is vital. Never give up, Lindsey didn’t and now she is a star. Make sure you visit her YouTube channel, you are in for a treat!

Thanks for reading and see you soon!

 

Friday Funday! 40 music questions tag.

Hello everyone,

Hooray, Friday Funday is back! I am actually legitimately excited to have one of my original segments back on my blog.

I think it’s time for you guys to get to know more about my music likes and dislikes. I can’t recall if I wrote a post like this already, but if I did, this one might be slightly different.

Let’s begin answering this fun  music question tag! Enjoy.

The Music Tag
1. Do you have any fan merchandise that is unusual?
What defines unusual merchandise? I would like to know if you guys have any unusual merchandise, as for me, no I do not. I usually purchase T-shirts, mugs or posters!

2.Which was your first album worth mentioning?
I am torn between “Baby One More Time” by Britney Spears and “The Writings On The Wall” by Destiny’s Child. I can’t recall which one I got first, but I do remember it was an audio cassette album. Remember those? 🙂

3.When was your first concert? (Age)
My first concert was in 2009, I was 20 years old and I went to the Britney Spears’s Circus Tour.

4.Have you been to festivals?
Yes, I’ve been to the Beaches Jazz festival and it was so much fun. You can’t go wrong with food, live music and the view of Lake Ontario.

5.Ever considered to join a fan club? Which one?
No.

6.Which song was the discovering of a whole new genre for you?
It was “Every Heart” by BoA. BoA is a Korean Pop star who sings in Japan too, her Japanese song “Every Heart” introduced me to the world of Jpop.

7.What do you think about TV and Movie Soundtracks?
I love them, it adds character to the movie or TV show. Happy, sad, and suspenseful instrumentals make a TV or film scene more exciting.

8.Do you choose particular albums depending on the mood?
Not albums, but I pick songs according to my mood.

9.Ever made a mixed CD?
Yes, I made a mixed CD for my home when I am cooking deliciousness in the kitchen and as a birthday gift for my mom. She is a big Beatles and Queen fan!

10.Have you ever met a singer or band member personally? Were you impressed?
No, but I want to meet Britney Spears one day. If I had to pick any musician, it would be her. Also in 2009 when I attended the MMVAs, I saw Lady Gaga who was very close to the stage. At moment I realized, she is not actually that tall.

11.The old days of music were the better ones. Do you agree?
Every decade has it’s pros and cons, so I can’t say the old days of music were better. However, I have to admit that nowadays, music is not very original. Most artists do not compose or write their own music, and sometimes it sounds very unoriginal. I’m getting the impression that anyone can have a music career in this day and age because of auto-tune and computer effects added to disguise bad vocals. That being said, there are a lot of artists who still compose and write their own music. My favorite decade for music are the 90s, 80s and 70s.

12.Have you ever seen a band live and regretted it? Which one?
Never, I always make sure I buy tickets for bands that will be worth my money.

13.Would you be upset if your taste of music becomes mainstream?
No, because I’ve always listened to mainstream music, but now I am listening to more indie music than before. Mainstream music has become a bit plain for me.

14.Have a ever covered a song and recorded it? Which one?
Yes, many times but I’ve never published it anywhere online. Maybe one day 🙂

15.Have you ever quoted lyrics and why?
Yes, because they describe a certain emotion or situation. You can express yourself so well through music, that’s why appreciate authentic lyrics that are written from the heart.

16.Craziest place to listen to music?
EDM festivals, I love EDM but I wouldn’t go because I cannot stand big crowds of people.

17.Do you think you’re listening to very loud music i.e. with your MP3-Player?
I always blast my music, whether I’m listening to it with headphones or on my computer. My hearing might be impaired one day, but let’s hope I get lucky and have good hearing for a long time.

18.Do you have a song as a ringtone?
No.

19 .Which CD Cover has the most beautiful Artwork?

That is not an easy question, but here it goes. Keep in mind this is the most recent one I’ve seen and I am not disregarding other outstanding CD cover artworks.

ZEDD’s album cover for “True Colors” really captured my attention. To me, the explosion of colors symbolizes what it feels like when you listen to EDM. It can be electrifying! I love the blend of colors and how they represent a tree.

20.In your opinion, who does the best stage show?
That is an impossible question to answer, but I’m going to pick my top three favorites.

  • Michael Jackson! That man knew how to put on a show, he made the crowds go crazy with his dancing, flashy attire and singing, with his signature, “ihiii”.
  • Britney Spears! I don’t care what anyone says, she slayed back in the day and she proved it to us at the 2016 BBMAs, that she has still got it.
  • Janet Jackson! I saw her perform last year, 49 years old and this an amazing performers with great energy on that stage. True talent.

Honorable mentions: QUEEN, Celine Dion, David Bowie, Madonna, Prince, Beyonce, Elvis Presley, P!nk (she has become creative with her performances) and many more.

21.Do you prefer a chronological order or alphabetical or both of your CDs?
I prefer chronological order.

22.Do you think the leader of the band has to be attractive in order to be famous?
No, it’s not about the person’s outer appearance, it has be about the art. I think that’s the problem with Hollywood nowadays, you have to be pretty to become famous, even if you may be talent-less. Music is supposed to be about the art!

23.Do you like to observe changes of music style of your favorite band?
In the past it was something that I didn’t like, but as I’ve gotten older I want to see artists evolve and try different styles.

 

24.Is there any artist that you like who is more than a musician i.e actor?
Yes, it’s Jennifer Lopez. I love her music and her movies!

25. The saddest love song is…?
Every time I listen to “Unbreak My Heart” by Toni Braxton, it brings tears to my eyes.

26.Do you concentrate on listening or are you doing something else while listening to music? If so, what?
If I am on the bus, I concentrate on my music. If I’m at home and I have music playing in the background, I usually browse the web, write blog posts or read a book.

27. Do you listen more to music with English lyrics or lyrics in your first language?
I barely listen to Bulgarian music, but I do listen to a lot of Jpop and Kpop, along with American music.

28.The most overrated artist this year was….?
Well, the year is not over yet, but if I had to pick someone from other years, it would be The Jonas Brothers. They had catchy pop songs, but overall it wasn’t anything special.

 

29.What’s your opinion on musicals and dance movies?
I absolutely love them, I am a bigger fan of dance movies, but musicals are cool too.

30.Do you play an instrument?
I own a guitar and an electric keyboard, but right now I’m learning how to play the piano.

31.Does a good band need a good video? Do have a favorite video?
Not necessarily, but good visuals and a good video can attract more fans more. It doesn’t have to be anything over the top, it can simple, but still engage a larger audience. Of course, the music is number one to create a big fanbase.

32.Would you get tattoo of your favorite band? Which one?
No.

33.What do you use to find new music? Internet(e.g. Lastfm, myspace), friend , shop..?
Myspace? Who is still using that website? Anyway, I find music through YouTube, I also use my app Shazam to discover new songs when I’m on the go and through Facebook.

34. What is your latest music discovery?
I’ve always been a fan of classical music, but this year I discovered Canadian classical music. It is lovely and it deserves more recognition.

35. What is your favorite music genre?
My top two favorite music genres are rock and pop! The rest are classical music, blues, swing music, soul, EDM, Indie, techno, jazz and so much more.

36. What is your least favorite music genre?
Country music, although I have some country songs that I like, it is not a genre I have in my music collection.

37. Do you still buy CDs?
Yes, I do and I don’t think I’ll ever stop.

38. Do you own any music merchandise that no one uses anymore?
Yes, I have two CD players and my Walkman from 1998. I am sentimental and I hold on to these items.

39. What is your favorite movie soundtrack?
Definitely, the Lion King.

40. What do you love about music?
I don’t know where to begin, I can talk about this for hours. Music is like oxygen for me, I can’t go on a day without listening to music. I need to be around it all the time, it gives energy and I love the endless choice of music genres. Music has an universal language and you can express so much emotion. Music is the best thing in the world!

Thank you so much for reading, I hope you enjoyed this post.

I’ll see you all soon and have a great weekend!