Passion is the driving wheel to success without which our dreams won’t be realized. It is the driving force for achievement.
Let me start by saying that, the journey of life begins once one is born and ends at death, but in some cases, your journey exceeds your death, and that depends on how you lived your life. Though none of us decided how we were going to be born or where we were going to be born but how we were going to die solely and wholly depend on us.
Have you ever been touched by the magical wand of music? If you have, then you will agree with me when I say, Music is a healing pill in a sound form. Though It does come in different types (genres) and affects each individual differently, it’s essence never changed. Despite its cultural enrichment, we always acknowledge its ability to speak to our emotions. I had learned to love music in general (Writing, Singing, and Listening) from creche and since have known its soothing and healing powers. I know you haven’t forgotten how your mother sang you to a total calmness from horrid cry and slowly serenade you to sleep. If you have, well I haven’t, I experienced such beautiful time uncountable times, and I bet you, it was the beginning to what you now see today.
Music is one of the most effective ways of sharing stories and emotions. With music, the walls of individuality are broken down, allowing our consciousness to connect beyond the boundaries of space and time. My music not only gives listeners a look into my past but also a peek into my mind & feelings. Let’s connect.
by Soul Jam
Soul Jam. I am a 17 year old teen from South Africa. Who entered the music world through DJ lessons with my uncle at age 8, leading to me being a self taught semi advanced producer at the age of 16. After A few years of training my ear for music as I’ve tried to develop a unique sound for myself, experimenting with my Hip Hop /RnB /House friends, who have been doing the music thing for a while.
The duo Lo-ghost from Cape Town, South Africa has released a new track on Bandcamp. We Don’t Die Here is a dark synthpop song for alternative dance floors.
“It’s Saturday night and I can taste fear.”