Not only is Angela Soffe an incredible force on her own, but she has a heart for empowering women in music and advocating wellness. Her upcoming album, being produced in Nashville, is led by an all-female team. Earlier this year she started an education brand called “Heroica,” where she teaches women how to step into their true identity and live out their creative dreams. In her words, Heroica is “teaching girls how to exude confidence, release limiting beliefs, and see the impossible come to life. I have a lot of say about this as it’s been my own life experience that we are capable of so much more than we think is possible.”
The Highway Women are everything you dream of in a group. Great country singers who openly express their struggles and emotions through music and are all about supporting each other and other female artists.
Nate Davis is a singer-songwriter and member of the modern pop group, Davis & The Love. Growing up as an only child in Indiana, Nate recalls his love of performing emerging from an early age in the form of singing, acting, and playing in a band with his high school friends. His natural talent, drive, and dedication to his craft has led Davis & The Love to get noticed by managers, record labels, and a rapidly growing following of dedicated listeners. With the recent release of their popular new song, “Change The World (Be That Change)” and a desire to put positive energy back out into the world, Davis & The Love have no plans of slowing down.
Humans are Music and We Play with our Souls: Exploring the life of Music Therapy with Suzanne Hanser
This episode of the World of Positivists from the PositiveVibes Magazine is all about the world of Music Therapy and how it positively impacts our bodies, minds, and souls. We had the opportunity to interview Dr. Suzanne B. Hanser.
The Remix: Hip Hop X Fashion Documentary recently had its debut on Netflix on July 22nd. This documentary profiles Black visionaries in fashion who rewrote narratives on the runway and turned hip-hop style into a global phenomenon. The documentary features interviews with hip-hop fashion pioneers Misa Hylton, April Walker, Kerby Jean-Raymond and Dapper Dan. We had the exceptional opportunity to sit down with both directors (Lisa Cortés & Farah Z. Khalid) and talk about the film, social justice, and the social, positive impact of the genre of hip-hop.