Another favorite artist of mine. She inspires so many ages. Her music is no doubt, beyond amazing. But to me, her words can make an impact to so many people. She reminds young girls that their worth is not defined by their appearance. She's also pledged to fight for equality for the rest of her life. Lastly, she sings her heart out all the time, respects her fans.
My favorite unique artist of all time, she makes really sweet, sweet music and that's what I truly love about her. My favorite song is 'Valerie'. I find her inspiring in so many ways from writing all of her own songs and lyrics, and also having an amazing full-range vocal that sets her music soaring sky when you listen. And staying unique through the negative comments people made she still proudly wore her tattoos, her giant beehive hair, cat-eye makeup, and vintage clothes. Because only her own opinions mattered.
Known as "The 16 Year Old Cancer Survivor" who won the judges and audiences hearts on 'The X Factor' and also gets the golden buzzer. This girl inspires me because she's original. She went on stage and told the audience that she's here today, to tell people that no matter what you've been through, never stop chasing your dream. Even though she had a rough patch in her life she still managed to break through by singing her lungs out. I find that really inspiring.
Known as, "Deaf Singer Earns Simon's Golden Buzzer With Original Song". This singer used to sang normally until her ear tissue collapsed and she went deaf. Though it was a hard time in her life, she still kept on trying, continued to sing her heart out and produced her own songs to sing on the show. She sings perfectly and hits all the notes. She does this by feeling the beats and vibrations through the stage floor with her feet. She truly is an inspiration to me because though she turned deaf, she never stopped singing, and this singer followed her dreams and earns a Golden Buzzer from Simon Cowell with her original song "Try." It inspires me to reach my dreams and never stop trying or giving up.
My favorite all time singer (Ari), and my all time favorite song. E Più Ti Penso. So, basically Ariana Grande is an incredible singer, so Bocelli invited her to do a duet, and she sings OPERA. The chemistry between the two is amazing, so this turned out to be my ALL TIME FAVOURITE MUSIC PIECE TOO!!! The words are in Italian, but I just love the energy through the whole song. Especially the song lyrics very powerful and meaningful.
OK. I also have not a passion but an interest in drumming, although, I'm not the best at it. And I don't practice much. I'm in love with this piece of music he made right on the spot. This Australian dude is not like poor or anything, he plays in a band. He studied music in Japan. But he also drums with buckets in Australia, because he loves finding a creative way to put out his talents. And he did with these buckets on the street. He has a drum kit but doesn't even use it, and this piece came out so great. (P.S. Would like to try drumming more this year!!)
Another X Factor video. Yes, I love watching X Factor. Because it inspires me to become a better singer. Basically, Simon asks this 19-year old, Christian Burrows to perform one of his own tracks. So he performs one about his brother’s death and there’s not a dry eye in the house. He left all the judges in tears. I love this piece of written lyrics, because it's something really deep from the heart, it's emotional in a good way, there's power in his lyrics, and behind the lyric, it tells a story, a sad one. And his voice is really beautiful.
Nine. When I was nine I started modeling a bit more, I also got into singing. And I finally agreed to start singing classes. My voice was still high and sharp. But at this point in my life, I began singing in the showers. Funny. I really liked Adele and her songs, so my teacher recorded me singing one of her songs "Rolling In The Deep''. But I was still in the dance industry, and I spent most of my time in the dance studio getting ready for any competition that usually took place in Thailand.
Six. I started dancing at the age of four and singing at six. My mom really likes to encourage me to sing. Yet, I didn't really like singing when I was six. But I still sang my little heart out with my small voice. This footage was sent to a kid singing competition, and I managed to found it. Anyways, this was where it all started.
Fourteen!! Finally a teenager. My voice evolved or changed a lot, it was more fuller and deeper. So I couldn't really sing that high anymore like I could when I was younger. But this was the first time in about three years that I started singing again, and it was a very long time since I hit the stage, so I was really nervous and I messed up. Now, I sing on a weekly basis by myself for fun. ALSO, I LOVE KARAOKE. I'm still learning and I'm still growing my knowledge about singing, and I hope this music class gives me the offer to become better. Because I know I have the potential, I just don't know how to use it. And I also want to get rid of my stage fright when I sing. <3