The Road To Success With 510Kwint

510Kwint is the next big thing to come out of Florida. The 30-year-old who grew up listening to lil Wayne in the car with his big Brother has released 2 mixtapes since beginning his career in 2016. Being out in front of people and just being ‘The Man’” might sound like a vague and ridiculous dream to have, but for LaQuintine Taylor it might be the most appropriate thought to cross any mind.

Any other 30-year-old probably would’ve let all this hype go to their heads, but not Kwint As focused as ever, Kwint only saw this praise as an opportunity to work harder. In 2016, with the help of Spotify and Apple Music, Kwint released “Drop Zone,” which will be soon followed by “The sequel to “Broken Art” This new Album would soon out grow its predecessor so much so that the demand for Kwint’s music will be greater than ever.

In the months following, both his fanbase and the anticipation for his new mixtape grew daily. Once Kwint Dropped “2 Door ” in early 2016 it was clear that he had established himself as one of the underground rap-game’s brightest up coming Artists to watch. With an unprecedented amount of downloads, not to mention both the top search on SoundCloud as well as trending From his Video Money First , it seemed as if the entire town was on board with the Kwint movement.

Until 2018 when a incident happened were he lost a huge amount of his fan base from working with a new artist and Manager. That Took a large amount of money and didn’t stick to the agreement. Kwint feels as if he was counted out.. and didn’t feel he had his fair chance to shine. Many Say that this release of “Broken Art” might place Kwint on that XXL Freshmen 23 class..But all I can say is “only time will tell”

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  1. What is your Name? Where you’re from and what first got
    you interested in the entertainment industry?

    My name is Henry Kellem.
    I was born and grew up in the small rural town of Wallace, NC.
    While I was in college, I would help friends and colleagues to
    organize events in my free time. Since I had great “people
    skills” and an eye for a detail my peers at the University told
    me I should start a business. Those, connections and
    friendships I made, while there, materialized into a full-blown
    business. That lead me to creating, Heights Entertainment.
    As CEO of Heights Entertainment, I’ve had the opportunity to
    host some of the biggest events throughout the nation,
    including New York Film Festival events, All-Star events,
    events with the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, and
    the Cannes Film Festival.
  2. Who and/or what inspires you to create?
    There is a man I want to thank for being such an inspiration to
    me throughout my life. That is Shawn Carter, better known as
    Jay-Z. Growing up in the Marcy Projects, a public housing
    complex riddled with domestic abuse, drugs, and gang
    violence, Jay-Z had the same urge of breaking free from a
    cycle of poverty as I had growing up on Dirt Road in North
    That very same urge became an indispensable inspiration in
    launching his rap career, as well as it was inspiration in my
    career. Our childhoods have many similarities, as well. His
    father left the family when he was only 11. I grew up without
    my father.

Initially, I was drawn to his lyrics but he became so much more
than just a successful rapper. He became the epitome of the
American Dream, rising from almost nothing to the top of the
rap industry. Thanks to him, more than any other rapper, Rap
music has proven itself as a conduit to artists, not to only get
rich, but also to have significant and lasting impact on popular
culture as we know it today.

  1. How would you describe your sound?
     Through my songs, I want to show the people the Infinite Mind-
    Body connection and how our thoughts, attitudes, and
    behaviors affect our physical health. I want to show them that
    the science and the religious scripts are nothing but two sides
    of the same coin. To me, the aim of science is to uncover the
    deepest spiritual truths, and the aim of spirituality is the
    search for the cause behind scientific fact.
    In my opinion, both, physical and spiritual scientists, are
    seeking answers to the same question, but in different ways.
    The physical scientists are trying to prove God to themselves
    through the outer eyes and ears, while the spiritual scientists
    are trying to prove God to themselves through their inner eyes
    and ears. While physical scientists gaze at the stars through
    powerful telescopes and listen to radio waves from distant
    stars through instrumentation, spiritual scientists gaze at the
    inner stars and listen to the inner music of the spheres through
    meditation. They both sit in silence, watching and waiting.
  2. What is your creative process like?
    Well, in my opinion, creativity is a process, which is subjective,
    deeply personal, and difficult to articulate. In this hectic world
    we’re surrounded every single day with hundreds of
    distraction that are hindering our creativity.

Luckily, there is a place, my own Safe Heaven, where my
best ideas about the music come. It is in the shower. Over
and over again, if I lack inspiration, taking a shower always
helps since shower is a safe place that provides all the factors
ideal for the creativity and idea formation: dopamine high-
relaxed state, distracted mind, and a time the ideas need in
order to marinate, bake, and form before they move forward.
On the other hand, it wasn’t too difficult to find the inspiration
for the album since I have lived through all of these songs. The
lyrics are my own actions and lessons.

  1. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?
    Definitely Jay-Z.
  2. What is one message you would give to your supporters?
    I’ve learned that the most important trait one can have in this
    world is to be passionate about what you do and to possess
    the Gangster Mentality, a mentality of unwavering
    perseverance despite all the obstacles and relentless faith.
    Together, they will take you far in the direction that you choose
    in life, and they’ll make you a winner.
  3. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people
    don’t know about?

    We all have something special that makes us unique. Some
    people are good at art or music, while others excel at sports or
    When I was little, I loved nature and spent my time observing
    nature up close- tiny insects, ants collecting food for their
    colony, worms crawling through the ground, snails moving
    along the grass, ants fighting on a piece of bread. I had always
    wanted to be involved with animals and, at the age of 10, I
    volunteered helping out in an animal shelter.

At that point, I had never considered myself an artist, but I
loved watching documentaries about animals and I even based
some of my drawings on this knowledge.

  1. What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing

    To me music is not only an attitude towards life itself but also
    an attention-grabbing megaphone with which I can send the
    message out into the world.
    Facing obstacles in unavoidable throughout our lives. Many
    people adjust to and welcome the change, but others may
    have a hard time coping and need extra support to get them to
    the next level in their lives.
    Sharing my life experience with other people and helping them
    avoid the mistakes I did in my teenage years, is what pushes
    me forward every single day.
    Therefore, when I’m not writing songs, I help people of all ages
    move forward toward bigger and better things in order to get
    past the bumps along the path of life.
  2. Who are some artists/people you admire and why?
    See answer to question #2
  3. What is the best advice you’ve been given?
    The best advice I’ve ever received was a piece of throw-away
    conversation between a very good friend of mine and me. I
    was walking in from the parking lot to my office to start my day
    when I notice my friend beside me.
    He asked how I was doing, and I responded with my typically
    glib, “So far so good…but it’s early”. It was something I had

said a thousand times and it usually drew a half-hearted
chuckle out of whomever I was with, but not this time.
My friend looked at me, now very serious and said, “Make the
day, don’t let the day make you.” The idea stuck with me and
gnawed at me, I couldn’t stop thinking about it and its
What if the difference between having a bad day and having a
good day was a choice? I finally figured that I had nothing to
lose by trying so I did.
At first, it was hard, my entire nervous system was
programmed to react with resentment, disappointment, and
even anger at any setback, and I would have to reprogram it.
Little by little, I started forcing myself to become optimistic and
see the silver lining in life’s hardships.
Tragedies will befall us all from time to time—that is an
immutable law of life—but we don’t have to carry those
tragedies around with us for the rest of our lives. People will
disappoint us, even betray us, but we don’t have to carry a
grudge like it is our full-time job. It may sound trite, but
forgiveness truly IS a gift we give ourselves, unfortunately, I
came to that realization late in life.
We can’t always control the bad things that come into our lives
but we always have a choice as to how we react to them. If
we’re driving to work and someone cuts us off, we can choose
to either stay cool and move on, or we can let a complete
stranger “make our day” for us—that’s just insanity! Why would
we give control of our lives over to a stranger who drives
But perhaps what I love most about this advice is that it
reminds us that we aren’t just hapless victims of
circumstance, that we have a choice of whether or life is

filled with misery and regret or brimming with joy and
Optimism is a choice. Abraham Lincoln once said, “Most folks
are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” I’m
great admirer of science, which has found that Lincoln’s
assessment is generally correct.
So, my advice to others is: Decide to be happy, in the grand
scheme of things life is too short not to grab every bit of
happiness we can find.

  1. If you could change anything about the industry, what
    would it be?

    I believe that music industry has strong future since the total
    global revenue in the music industry has increased more than
    50% in the last seven years. On top of that, the future upswing
    will be driven by changing consumer habits, an online
    streaming, which now has more than 60% share of overall
    revenue, and the exploitation of undeveloped markets in some
    of the world’s largest countries.
    Musicians, meanwhile, remain in the most precarious position,
    even while the industry they work in is booming. Are you aware
    that the average annual pay for a musician in the US is
    $44,798 a year, which works out to be approximately $21.54
    an hour? This is the equivalent of $862/week or $3,733/month.
    This being said, I fully support a fairer distribution of revenue
    among labels, platforms and musicians, which will improve the
    artists’ position.
  2. What’s next for you, where would you like to see
    yourself in the next year?

I’m simply wrapping up work on my second creation and I’m
anticipating getting back in the studio again after the Summer,
with even more up-to-date material.

  1. What is your social media? How can people get in
    contact with you?

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Ace Noir is an artist seeking to make music with a purpose

To label Southern California based artist ACE NOIR as simply “a rapper” wouldn’t do him justice. Beginning his love of music at the age of 8 while playing trumpet in his school band, Ace seeks to bring something fresh and new while paying homage to the traditions that raised him.
“We are at a time unprecedented within the history of music. Never has there been so much knowledge and so many recordings readily available to anyone who would seek them out. On top of that, technology has opened up doors in the realms of creation that our ancestors could have never perceived. I want to apply the level of dedication and attention to detail that my greatest heroes did to their craft while embracing all the tools of my time with no limitations. I feel this is the ultimate way to truly build a sound that reflects the past, shows the present, and guides the future.”
ACE NOIR’s debut EP “ALPHA” has been receiving raving reviews from casual listeners to industry professionals alike. It’s been called “A breath of fresh air” and “Undeniably authentic.” ACE has a gift for towing the line of consciousness and relatability through poetry that is seldom heard in these times where melodic rapping and auto tune reign supreme. From the seamless storytelling and word play, vibrant vocal harmonies, and meticulous beat curation, “ALPHA” truly lives up to its name. It’s available for streaming on all platforms and definitely worth checking out!
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[Video] Rich MvcGP “Just Getting Started” | @Rich_MvcGP

Rising hip hop and trap soul artist Rich MvcGP is back with the release of his new single “Just Getting Started” produced by Jaystar. Including exclusive #Boxedin edition visuals from Wikid Films.

Rich MvcGP born Jamarious D Lewis to his parents in Memphis, TN where he still resides in the same Westwood neighborhood that raised him, his 11 siblings, and his parents.

The name RichMvcGP comes from the rich mindset he was born with and well the rest as they is IYKYK (if you know you know). Having been to connect with many successful artists from within his city, a true hotbed for hip hop hits, and music legends, and history alike, Tripstar, Key Glock, Kenny Muney, Dee Mula, & Lil Migo just name a few.

“Just Getting Started” is the first single off his most recent album “Westwood Preacher” both of which are available for streaming on all the major streaming platforms.

Make sure to follow Rich MvcGP on all social platforms to never miss another release, visual or update on the movement today @RICH_MvcGP

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  1. What is your Name? where you’re from and what first got you interested in the entertainment industry?

My name is Demi Lowrell. I’m from Memphis, Tennessee, and my parents
inspired me to go into the entertainment industry. I have a very musical family.
My dad used to be in a singing group when he was around my age. My mom
can sing, my sister plays the violin, and my brother raps; he can also play the
drums. I loved to sing at school, around the house, and in church when I was
little. My parents talked to me one day and asked, “Why don’t you take this
seriously?” So here I am now, making my dream come true.

2. Who and/or what inspires you to create? What inspires me to create is watching my favorite artists and other artist
perform, do interviews, and seeing the passion they have for the entertainment
industry. This makes me want to go even harder for my dreams not only in
music but acting.

3. How would you describe your sound? I would describe my sound as R&B but with some pop every now and then. In the future, I would like to add to my sound, without completely switching it up to a new genre. I would like to try country, rock, and other genres to add into my R&B music. Like Tina Turner did with “What’s Love Got To Do With It.” That pop, rock, soul, and R&B combined.

4. What is your creative process like? I would usually find a beat to get my creativity flowing during the creative process. Writing comes naturally to me, so I would listen to the beat once and hear the arrangement and how I would like it to sound. I would write the lyrics, meet with my producer to create an original track, and boom, the song is ready to record.

5. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with? I would love to collaborate with Beyoncé. She is one of my favorite artists. Her swag, voice, confidence, and class set her apart from most entertainers. She’s someone I look up to in the music industry.

6. What is one message you would give to your supporters? Stay dedicated to your craft and never give up on your dreams, no matter how long it might take. Yes, it can be frustrating, overwhelming, and a lot of work, but continue to believe in yourself.

7. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about? A talent/skill that most people don’t know about is that I like to write movie and   TV scripts and that I would also like to direct films.

8. What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music? If I weren’t making music, I would go into film and video as a director and writer for movies and TV shows. 

9. Who are some artists/people you admire and why? I admire Beyoncé and Michael Jackson. They are legends. I grew up watching them both, and they have tremendous impacts on their fans. I love everything about them.

10. What is the best advice you’ve been given? The best advice I have received was “Do not be afraid of anything that can’t  kill you” it’s the best advice I’ve ever received because it makes me feel courageous.

11. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be? Our culture greatly influences those who listen to our music regardless of race or origin. It is time for artists to create more positive and influential music that does not demean women, talk about drugs, and, most importantly, killing. It seems like violent and hostile music gets more airplay and attention to listeners than music with substance. As a young adult and artist, I need to influence the youth positively with my music.

12. What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year? In the following year, I would like to see myself winning Grammys, MTV Awards, BET Awards, and even an Oscar. I would travel around the world touring and being in movies and tv shows.

13. What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you?  All my social media is under Demi Lowrell. You can contact my manager at  and my publicist at

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1. What is your Name? MELVIN RILEY

2. Where are you from and what first got you interested in the entertainment industry?
FLINT MICHIGAN, The love of Music and enjoy hear great music and seeing a
great performance.

3. Who and/or what inspires you to create? Seeing people enjoy live shows and enjoy my music

4. How would you describe your sound? Feel good, say good music.

5. What is your creative process like? Sounds have to hit me and move me and then I find how to use the sounds and the music comes together from the different sounds I hear, then I create the hook and the words and melody.

6. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with? Any old school singers that get it and new school singers that get it.

7. What is one message you would give to your supporters? Thank you so much for believing in me and my music.

8. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about? Education and mentoring young people.

9. What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music? CNN news reporter.

10. Who are some artists/people you admire and why? George Clinton, Prince, Stevie Wonder. True genius of music and artist development.

11. What is the best advice you’ve been given? Always keep God first

12. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be? Music executives are not so afraid to stand behind a great song because of new fad music.

13. What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself next year? Continue dropping music, videos and having fun.

14. What is your social media?How can people get in contact with you?

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Josvani, Rising Star Teases NeYo Remix

R&B singer Josvani professional headshot

Josvani may be R&B/Rap’s best kept secret but not for long! The 21 year old New Jersey-bred artist just dropped a teaser for his new song “So Sick” on Instagram. In the post he asks for viewers to let him know if he should drop more than just the teaser he sings along to.

“So Sick” a remix of the classic 2000s single by R&B crooner Ne-Yo flips the sample as he adds his twist with original lyrics in a melodic sing-song style.

Check out the video below. Do you like his voice? Comment and let him know what you think!
Follow @Josvanii on Instagram.

Josvani is being called the perfect mixture of Drake and Tory Lanez, combining both melodic hooks, wordplay, and delivery. His captivating voice is a breath of fresh air and he’s soon to be a household name in Hip-Hop & R&B.

Born Josvani Viera Jr. in Elizabeth, New Jersey. he was raised in Elizabeth, NJ music was always a part of the singer-songwriter’s life. The grandson of a world-traveling percussionist, Josvani grew up playing instruments, too. A standout of his school’s choirs, he also played trombone and the piano, often traveling out of state to perform.

Josvani always had musical drive and began rapping at the age of 13 towards, leading into his freshman year of high school. It was then that he dedicated his life to music. 

Josvani writes, records, produces, and engineers himself in his home studio, gifted by his supportive parents. He plans to continue working hard and sharing his heartfelt lyrics and experiences to inspire fans through his music.

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Triggerrun Turns Up With Latest Single

The Real Dj Spins Got The Chance To Chop It Up With Triggerrun Recently And Got To Get The Inside Scoop On The Groups Latest Moves As Well as All There Is To Know About The Group And Whats To Come In 2022

What is your Stage Name?
TRIGGERRUN: Knegil, H3theArtist and Syncere

Please tell us where you’re from?
Atlanta by way of Albany (229)

What first got you interested in the entertainment industry?
For Knegil, passion for music started at an early age with my father being in a singing group Joe Page & the Diplomats and mother sang Opera style in the church choir and played piano so it was innate to a sense. In elementary, I would follow suit in music as I played violin and saxophone through middle/high school. However, it was New Edition and Michael Jackson that I aspired to at an early age.

For me, H3, I grew up in a house of music appreciation. The soundscape of my home was as such: My mother would reimagine songs in a choral/operatic fashion, my father would croon in the shower with melodic rhythm and blues overtones, and my big sister would be practicing classical music on our Baldwin piano in the garage. Also, during my childhood, all of the programs I loved the most were complete compositions ranging from the theme songs of: The Electric Company, Sesame Street, Mr. Rodgers Neighborhood, Johnny Quest, Space Ghost…The Facts of Life, Different Strokes,etc. No matter what you turned to, the musical complexity of compositions were of the highest level. This was inspiring to me and setting the stage for my future aspirations. The proverbial moment of my musical awakening was the Motown 25 Review, when Michael Jackson took to the stage to usher in a new movement in entertainment. When I saw him perform…on that night…I was forever transformed. I knew then that I would pursue a career in the music industry.

Who and/or what inspires you to create?
The inspiration comes from the pure love of the musical art form and the ability to create an arrangement of sound thus turning it into a beautiful masterpiece.

Creating art is subjective and is the highest form of self-expression. Through self-expression in any form, in any genre, there is freedom. The freedom that you have in your expression translates to those that witness your art, whatever that may be, to experience freedom for themselves.

How would you describe your sound?
An eclectic mix of East Coast meets the ATL Dirty South fusion.

What is your creative process like?
You can never plan to capture magical moments. However, we listen to every genre and form of music for inspiration.

Our most magical creative moments come by way of happenstance. So our process is simple, whatever feels good and sounds good in the moment. It’s all emotion. Whenever or wherever we catch a vibe.

Our process is to simply capture the moment by recording it on the spot to revisit later. We create a safe space where we give one another the creative freedom to share ideas no matter how “off-the-wall” it may be. In that space, there is honesty and support. Not all ideas are used, but all ideas are allowed to be expressed.

What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?
It doesn’t matter! Coming from the TRUE school my favs are Rakim, Nas, Tupac, Biggie, Outkast, NWA as each one of these artists changed the face of hip-hop.

If you could open a show for any artist who would it be?
Man tough question… H3…That is tough, it would be great to open for MC Hammer, or any of the icons that are Hip Hop Royalty: LL Cool J, Dougie Fresh, etc. It would be dope to open up for J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Silk Sonic…I mean…if they are a vibe…it will be a pleasure, cause The Trigger is a whole vibe!

What is one message you would give to your supporters?
Never give up your dreams. Music is for the young at heart, stay on your grind & set the narrative.

What is the most useless talent you have?
Knegil: Whistling.
H3: My most useless talent is the one that I don’t use. I don’t feel I have any useless talent. But I do have talents that are least utilized. And sometimes, even my most utilized talents become dormant due to inactivity. As an artist, you must continue to stir your gifts.

What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?
Youth sports mentoring, giving back to the youth which is what I did on my hiatus from the music business.
H3: If I wasn’t doing music, I’d probably be acting and studying the craft more. I enjoy the art of storytelling and stretching my potential and taking on different modes of thinking. That’s hardwired in my personality.

Who are some artists you admire and why?
Rakim is one of the cornerstones that the foundation of hip-hop was built. His style of MC’ing and lyricism still reigns supreme until this day as one of the ill-est to ever spit. H3… I’ve always admired, and am a fan of, Busta Rhymes. He’s a “linguistic mad man”. His CRAZY performance energy and verbal flow has always been amazing to me. He’s Kinesthetic!! I am drawn to that! I also love Soul /R&B Artists with clever and conversational lyrics such as: Musiq Soul Child and Ne-Yo.

What is the best advice you’ve been given?
Knegil: Stay humble, be prepared and wait your turn. And when opportunity presents. Kill It!
H3: Walk quiet and carry a big stick. We have always been about action and execution.

If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
Knegil: The stigmatism and negativity (elaborate)
H3: Expand the musical limitations. Allowing the creativity of artists to breathe in the industry and allowing for diversity of styles and musicianship to take place at higher levels across the board. There’s so much potential in artists. The industry tends to pigeon hole an artist into one faction of his or her expression. We are all living our dreams out loud…Why limit the dream?

What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year?
Next, is winning awards/nominations on this new independent platform while transcending and elevating to higher levels of achievement in this game. Having our music and our likeness used in feature films, games, soundtracks, and other intellectual properties to establish our legacy and dominance in the game.

What is your social media?
How can people get in contact with you? IG: @triggerrun; FB: Triggerrun Trp; Tik Tok @triggerrun; YouTube: Triggerrun

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#GETSOM @dahlia_koca-

Today the much-awaited single from Sergen entitled “Habibi” drops. On April 2rd the German artist wrote a heartfelt message via Instagram explaining his year-long absence and his excitement about being signed. The post translated into English reads “Haven’t posted anything in a while. All the more beautiful is that now I can finally get started with everything again. I was away from posting for about a year. In that time I was finally able to make my own muck, focus on myself and sign a deal. A piece of a dream comes true with this. Very excited about what the future brings. I look forward to working with all the partners on my side. From now on I am taking this route and taking yall on this journey. The journey will be long and the route is certain. Looking forward to everyone who is on board”

Sergen’s time off was clearly used to bring his new debut single with intensity. The song and music video are incredibly put together and fans are quickly responding to his release. This song is that one hit you need to send to your “Habibi”.

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#GETSOM @dahlia_koca_

The invasion of Russia into Ukraine has cut through the hearts of the world as we have had to watch the destruction unfold. This war has reached the hearts of people from across the world and sadly the majority of the world is powerless against the pain that is ripping through Ukraine. Many artists and celebrities have spoken out about their feelings during this time and last month Capital Bra dropped his song entitled “Stop Wars” which features Kontra K and is produced by PAIX. The song currently has 1.6 million views on YouTube, So why has this song touched his fans in such a unique way? This is most likely due to the status of voice Capital Bra holds in Germany, Russia, and Ukraine.

Capital Bra was born in 1994 and spent his first childhood years growing up in Dnipropetrovsk Ukraine before moving to Berlin with his mother in 2000. He started rapping at the young age of 11 and developed his style of East Slavic and Arabic words that would later shake the hip hop world. In 2016 his career started to soar and he has won numerous awards throughout his career. His music has traveled throughout Germany and Europe and his YouTube videos have an astounding amount of views. Some of them topped out at around 80 Million. He clearly has a voice that reaches millions and his Ukrainian roots have had fans looking for his opinion on the war.

The song “Stop Wars” has communicated his thoughts and feelings on the war that is estimated to of killed around 80 thousand lives, 11 million people displaced, and 400 people missing. His lyrics are heartfelt and touching through his experience of the situation that has hit his home.

If only you know how many tears a bullet brings

Capital Bra has posted the song on his youtube that can be heard in German. Many other YouTube accounts have translated the song into different languages including English.

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