Miesa: Bringing back the sounds of 90s R&B


So once again, I know I have let this site go for a while.  I have been writing, I’ve been so busy writing everywhere but this site. As I mentioned at the beginning of the year I am working on something that is coming very soon and so that is where most of my focus has gone. As well as me writing for a few other online sites, which has meant that I have put this blog to the back front which is so not on. I have been thinking about ways I can take this more and do with this site and that might mean that I start it from scratch with more focused and regular content. But until that happens I will keep it going because I do just enjoy writing for me.

So without further ado, I thought I would do my comeback post on an artist I have just met and semi-fallen in love with who goes by the name of Miesa.

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Sofi De La Torre – Another.Not.Me.I’m Done.


Sofi De La Torre

As the time of summer is upon us there is nothing like fresh music to reflect this time of carefree days, vacationing (wherever you may be going) and just enjoying the time of not having to think about school. I personally always appreciate music that can reflect a time of my summer and so with this time I thought I would introduce you all to an artist you may not be familiar with Sofi De La Torre.

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Throwback: Concert Review Jojo Live in London

On January 17th I had the pleasure of kicking off my gigs of the year with the one and only Jojo. The US pop star who was once on our radars with her early 2000’s hits ‘Leave (Get Out’ and ‘Too Little Too Late’ made her comeback last year with the release of her third studio album Mad Love thus embarking on the Mad Love Tour.

I among others gathered in the cold January night to KOKO London where she performed to a sold out crowd and might I say she did not disappoint. Having queued for roughly an hour and a bit I was lucky to get a solid view from the first level standing and so had no reasons to complain.

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Although I have never reported on Fashion before I figured that this could be a first. Last night’s annual MET Ball took place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. This year’s theme was Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between.

Dozens of stars, celebrities, musicians, models, fashion people etc put their faces on and got all dolled up for the fashion event of the year. With some really going to town with the theme of this year’s ball and some missing the mark completely. It was definitely something…to say the least.

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Girls Talk Live International Women’s Day Event

Girls Talk London

Last week Wednesday I went to a really cool event held by Girls Talk London it was their  Girls Talk Live: International Women’s Day event. It was a panel of women across a range of different professions in music, media and journalism. The panel that was hosted by Vanessa Sanyauke (The founders of Girls Talk London) and Dean Quinton included a group of hardworking boss ladies including Genelle Aldred, Head of Digital Strategy at Tearfund, Claudia Liza-Armah, Presenter on Sunrise at Sky News, Zoe Kalus, News Editor at ITV News, Aimee Cliff, Associate Editor at The Fader and Velma Simmons, Business Development Executive at Universal Music Group 

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So I know I have been gone for a minute. Things are hectic and very busy. I figured I would come back to writing here for a moment and share my #TuneoftheMoment.

Scared To Be Lonely by Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa was released earlier this year on January 27th 2017 and I must admit ever since I first heard it has been a song that is constantly on repeat whenever it plays on my iPod.

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