Donald Trump clearly does not have what it takes to be our next #POTUS. In recent appearances, he has made fun of individuals with disabilities, called Mexican immigrants criminals, and degraded girls and young women. If that is not enough, tapes of his 2005 statements in which he objectified women serve as further confirmation that neither he qualifies to lead our country nor does he even have my vote. This is why next month, I am voting for Hillary Clinton to be our next President!
If you have not registered to vote yet, please do so before your state’s deadline. If you are, please join me in voting for Sec’y Clinton on November 8th because Trump is bad for America!
This post is for my friends, fans, likers, and family members in #Florida who are in the path of #HurricaneMatthew: please stay safe and evacuate from the state instead of staying behind to brave the storm.
I know that y’all have been wondering why I have not been filming and uploading anymore videos on YouTube since this past spring. It has been due in part to my work schedule, so I ended up taking an unplanned summer break from making videos, but I will be back at it within the next few weeks. Remember to check out the videos that are already on my YouTube channel, like them, and leave a comment (no negative feedback though). Thank you.
Hey, y’all! How are you doing? I am doing well at this moment. As you can imagine, this past year has been a rollercoaster one due to deaths in my family, my personal inner circle, and in the music business as well as some more positive news which is that I am currently employed as one of the cooks at Zaxby’s on Randolph Street in Thomasville where I have been working since orientation which was a week before the restaurant officially opened for business. However, I still have intentions to start rocking again, so don’t fret (no pun intended, of course) because I am about to hit the Piedmont Triad open mic scene again hopefully within the next few weeks, and I plan to return to recording music after the holidays.
What’s up, y’all? I just want to share with you this video that I’ve seen recently. It’s about something that most of us male vocalists deal with called the #baritonecurse, and I can identify with the question that was brought up in this video because I’ve been told many times that I was a baritone because my speaking voice was deep despite my ability to hit high notes in my head notes or falsetto. However, I discovered that I was a tenor after playing at my first open mic night in Greensboro in 2003 at the tender age of 29, and my former choir director clarified that I was a tenor according to the SATB choral setup when I first joined the choir at my former church the following year. Even at my open mic nights, I’ve had people compare my voice to those of the likes of Neil Young, the Bee Gees, Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump, and Coldplay’s Chris Martin.
For those who want to know, my voice ranges from baritone to countertenor. Therefore, my fellow male vocalists, do not let anyone dictate your vocal range or classify your voice just because of the way your speaking voice sounds. At the same time, it’s important to know your limits because there is only so much that the human voice can do that you can forget what you can or cannot do. I hope that this video provides the insight that you need. Click on the link below.