Music always connected people. People are listening to music on concerts, on festivals, on the radio, on TV, on their phone, on a party, in shops and so much more.
Music is much more than just music. Music can make you feel better, music can get you feel worse, music can get you cry, and music can get you laugh. Music can make you go through a heartbreak and music can get you dance on a party. I always felt like music was a part of me, and I wanted to share it with people. That’s why I started making music at a very young age.
My mum still went to discotheques and danced when she was pregnant (of course she stayed sober). When I was a baby mum made me listen to Mozart.
I remember getting my first karaoke machine when I got seven years old on my birthday and I sang to Britney, Xtina and Shakira all the time. I enjoyed dancing, entertaining and singing in front of my stuff animals (they were my audience LOL) and I always wanted to become a professional singer. I went to a music academy for two years where I learned to produce, singing with a band, had singing lessons and learned the theory (where I, unfortunately, wasn’t good in because I always played by ear).
I even played the violin for six years. The first month I enjoyed it, and for the last five years and 11 months, my mum forced me. I taught a little of piano and guitar playing by myself.
When I look back, I realise that music helped me through so many situations and if you mind what kind of music you listen to it will change your mood. Try to adjust the music to the mood you want to be in and your attitude will change – I promise.
Have you ever played an Instrument? Let me know in the comments