Voted. Ears are heavily strained but I felt your passion, your drive, your inspiration, your sacrifices, your art. The process is not perfect for to be the “best” at something shouldn’t be the ultimately goal, but to have shared something original that started with but a seed of an idea that blossomed into a finished… Continue reading
It's GRAMMY® voting season once again! As NARAS voting members, this is that time of year where we take pride (and serious responsibility) in helping determine which artists/songs/albums, in our humble opinion, are deserving of taking home a GRAMMY® for music released this year. For the first time in long while, we find ourselves not… Continue reading Life Is What You Make It – The Anatomy Of A Theme Song
First blog of 2016. Wow this is more than 365 days in the making! Talk about taking procrastination to an entirely new level! I was trying to figure out what happened in 2015 that got me away from blogging. Then I realized Facebook and Twitter happened. It was easier to post 140 character (or thereabouts on FB) realtime updates… Continue reading 2016 Blog: Grammys, Vegas, Et Al
Most of the time the things that we aspire for and dream about are based solely on what is "the tip of the iceberg" - the summit, if you will, in all its amazing glory. What lays hidden, except to the select few who have managed to reach the apex or those who have experienced scaling… Continue reading On The Ballot! A GRAMMY Blog
We're extremely excited and grateful that STRONGER THAN BEFORE is officially on the ballot for the 57th Grammy Awards in the Traditional R&B Performance category.
2014 is off to a great start for DSYMusic! Riding the momentum generated towards the end of 2013 with the release of our 3rd album STRONGER THAN BEFORE (STB) and the official CD launch at Toshi's Living Room and Penthouse in NYC (click here to view photos), as well our attendance at the Hollywood Music In Media Awards in LA… Continue reading DSYMusic 2014 First Quarter Update
On this journey I've learned to temper my expectations with the realities of my circumstances without letting go of my dreams. I've come to accept certain doors might prove inaccessible because I regard my passion merely as a "serious hobby". Yet I continue to knock, and the doors I've been able to open thus far… Continue reading Grammy’s Here I Come!
Hmmm this should be fun 🙂