Selena Quintanilla is a role model now and when she was alive. She inspires young women and especially young latino women to be the best selves they can be no matter how hard it is. Selena Quintanilla was a Latino singer that rose to fame in 1992 when she finally heard one of her songs on the radio. She also recorded an English album that attracted her many more American fans. Without her family know of this would have been possible.
Book Reflection #2 Selp-Helf I finished reading “Selp-Helf” by Miranda Sings, which is about her giving advice about being the most fabulous person that any human can be. Since she is a comedian, she is making up humorous ways to do everyday things. Such as ways to do your eye makeup and how to get a boyfriend. This book was hard to put down once I started it because I loved how I could hear her voice in my head saying all of these things. A question that I had while reading this book was, how does one person think of all of these creative ways to do everyday activities?
RaVaughn presents the plight of a woman and her ex in her latest single titled “Stayed In The Lobby.” The beautiful vocalist is at it again, and this time she is telling the story like most of the females fear to tell it. Her compelling vocals deliver quite exceptionally, and this sound will leave you anticipating an album or EP from her. “Stayed In The Lobby” is a well-sung R&B hit that does a good job potraying a true story for most people in vivid details presented by an incredible voice. RaVaughn is one of the few female R&B singers who has never failed to impress.
The first season of CW 's Jane The Virgin made a good impression to both critics and viewers. The finale was something that was intriguing considering the kidnapping of Jane 's (played by Gina Rodriguez) baby. Celebrity Café published a recap of the season premiere that aired on October 12. The first thing that people saw was Jane frustrated about her telenovela and how it was becoming too much to watch. It was weird for her as well since the music being played on her favorite show brings her comfort for some reason.
To begin with, I interviewed my mom’s friend Justine. Before this interview I already knew her and what she did for a career, and I knew it would be a great idea to interview her since she’s a General Pediatrician and I also strive to be a Pediatrician for my future career. Justine is a very happy, caring person. She always has the biggest smile on her face and always the best attitude, with someone like that it makes you feel good as well because you don’t want to be with someone that is negative about life 100% of the time because that would just put you in a worst mood.
Not only was this song enjoyable, because it has a very nice beat and rhythm, but I specifically remember this song from a performance I did with the rest of the All City Chorus members in the fifth grade. Of course, back then, I did not think much of the song’s form and such, but overall it was a very fun experience and a great childhood memory. I remember we practiced this song numerous times, as well as other songs that we would then perform in the same concert, and the music instructor was very articulate on this song because we were doing something very special for it. Generally, all of the song selections the music instructor chose was all in English, including popular holiday songs, Oye Como Va was the only exception. Just as in any concert, performers would invite their families to attend and enjoy our hard work.
Her performing career was pretty smooth sailing throughout her life due to the connections and having great musicians as her close friends to perform chamber music together. Not only did she play new pieces composed by her husband and her friends, she also played masterpieces of the late baroque and classical period, which shone her from other pianists of that period as it was not common then. Clara Wieck was thankful for her father’s strictness as she believed this had a strong impact on bringing her up as a substantial
Photography When you take a picture it can last a lifetime or two, and I find that really cool because a camera can capture that moment. When I was younger, my mom would always take pictures of me and my siblings and would put them in a scrapbook. I would always watch my mom scrapbook. I believe a career in photography is the best career for me because I like to capture moments, fun to look at the good parts of the past, and sharing your past with the present. Some people wonder why photography is important.
Music all over the world has been shaping generations for many years now. The rock n roll of the 70’s and 80’s, pop and hip-hop of the 90’s and early 2000’s and finally, many different popular genres of the generation we now live in. Music provides a means of expression for all types of individuals. Some music even goes against the social norm and tries to bring attention to social injustices. The song “Crooked Smile” by rapper J. Cole tackles the issue of unrealistic expectations of women with the songs exceptional lyrics, broad metaphors, and positive tone.
When one excels in the arts, then it's quite expected that this person is a cistern of the most beautiful, most creative things that cannot be seen in a normal human being. The use of one's creativity is actually an innate human talent but some of us played it well than the rest since they injected passion on it, making it all the more colorful, more flamboyant and definitely enjoyable. If you're looking for a musician who got the knack in channeling the artsy alter-ego through a different medium, then you need to hear out a mainstream neophyte named Du Blonde and you'd be amazed. Definitely a person who's worth your time, Du Blonde's flexibility is what sets her apart from the rest, letting you in on her universe full of magic and skills.
The Camosun Bog is currently an environmental wetland that produces berries and food for plants and animals around the area. The government is currently thinking of taking over the bog to create houses for the problem that is going on in Vancouver which is the growing population with not enough housing. Since there is not enough housing, this results to making the houses more expensive which struck up the idea to the program for the low income earners in Vancouver. Developing the Camosun Bog would impact negatively because the bog will die eventually and instead we should create housing on that land for the governments program for the people earning low income in their jobs. The bog is slowly dying because of the change of climate around us.
I had a great opportunity to interview a beautiful paralegal inner and outer with a humble personality. Her name is Autumn Virgadamo who is originally from Dallas, Texas. She has been living in Northern California for approximately two years. She works for Hunton & Williams which is a major international law corporation out the San Francisco, California office. She was eager to allow me interview her and I would like to share her interview with you.
Gangsta Rap’s Popularity in the United States The rise of “gangsta rap” in the late 1980s and early 1990s is the result of many different factors. The reasons for its popularity are obvious in urban, mostly black areas. It is hard to understand the attraction to this hard rap style by the inhabitants of middle-class, suburban neighborhoods; yet, these places are where most of the young consumers of rap live (Gold). This is nothing new; non-black people have appreciated and appropriated black culture and music for hundreds of years.