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Jun 16

When your band and you as the lead singer use electronic musical instruments such as the electric guitar, electric bass or the microphone etc, conducting a sound check is necessary to balance the sound of the instruments and your voice.


Your band members will sound check their own instruments and their systems such as the monitor first and then you, the singer or the vocal section will do your own sound check last once the sound system for the musical instruments are already well balanced. Sound check in this sequence will enable you to hear how you sound when you are actually singing with your band.


At the sound check, make sure that your microphone is free from its stand if you want to move around or dance during your singing performance. Also ask the sound equipment technicians for a monitor to be placed in front of you so that you can hear yourself sing. If you can get your hands on a pair of sound monitor earpiece, that will be better because this will give you more room to prance around and entertain your audience and fans.


How to sound check the singer’s microphone?


Your singing voice when produced by the microphone should be louder and above the sounds produced by the band so that your voice can carry the songs well and able to portray your feel, song interpretation and emotions clearly. Sometimes, this may result in loud feed backs (that loud piercing screeching sound produced by the microphone) so much so that your sound technician or yourself must know where the maximum volume can be before the irritating screeching feedback occurs. The sound technician should mark this threshold on his sound board control.


During the crescendo parts of songs, move away from the microphone so that you do not trigger feedback and move back in again during the softer part of the songs. By doing this, you are not only able to control feed backs, you will also not irritate sensitive audience who may not enjoy loud singing. On the other hand, when the singing is soft and you are far away from your audience, they may not be able to make out what you are singing and that is why you need to move closer to the microphone when the interpretation of the song calls for you to sing softly.


It is important to watch out for consonants or lyrics beginning with ‘P’s and ‘B’s. When you are singing loudly into the microphone, these consonants may cause explosive pop pop sounds on the microphone. If you think ‘M’, you will be able to prevent ‘please’ and ‘baby’ exploding out of the speakers.


The final sound check


At the end of the sound check session, you and your band must run through a couple of songs. This is done not only because you want to hear whether the sound is good from the audience perspective but also whether all your band members can hear themselves, the band as a whole and sound from their monitors.


Nadel Paris is an EDM artist. With messages of love, liberation and fun, she is enchanting the most discerning nightclubs and full-blown raves around the globe with a rainbow of hot, whip-smart vibrations to get you “dancin’ UP!” She loves singers of the 60s with blazing bands and believes that with the great songs, one can remix them to reach wider audiences. You can listen to Nadel Paris’s creations on iTunes, Amazon and Beatport.

Jun 01

The Jazz music sensation began to rub off on other parts of the world which encourages the experimentation of melding their familiar sounds with the essence of Jazz. In Europe’s country in the Region of France came the Quintette Du Hot Club de France who was responsible for the making of the early “Gypsy Jazz”.


The Belgian guitarist Django Reinhardt created gypsy jazz by mixing the style of French Musette which was used in the dance halls, eastern European Folk known as Jazz Manouche, and American swing of the 1930′s. The sound was developed by instruments from the string family which are a steel string guitar, violin, and an upright bass. The atmosphere of the Jazz music is seductive with sudden unpredictable twists, and accelerating rhythms. The French artist Bireli Lagrene plays this unique music with old elements of the past.


Another style of Jazz music that allowed the musicians to express themselves freely was the invention of Avant-garde or free Jazz music. Both of these styles stemmed from the Bebop era, yet produced a relaxed form of harmonic and rhythmic music in the 1940′s and 1950′s. The musicians John Coltrane, Dewey Redman, Charles Mingus, Sun Ra, Sam Rivers, Ornette Coleman and many more were the creators of the free Jazz music. Between the 1960′s and 1970′s the Latin musicians created the Afro-Cuban and Brazilian Jazz Music styles after Bebop musicians Dizzy Gillespie and Billy Taylor cultivated it.


Gillespie and Taylor were influenced by the music of Cuban and Puerto Rican musicians Chico O’farrill, Tito Puente, Chano Pozo, Xavier Cugat, Mario Bauza and Arturo Sandoval. Jazz music expressed in a Latin interpretation was termed Bossa Nova with origins in Samba music which is a mixture of Jazz, classical and pop music from the 20th century. Bossa is a moderate sound of music with Classical harmonic structure from Europe, Samba polyrhythm’s from Brazil and cool music. The tempo of such a work is about 120 beats per minute. The instruments used in this particular sound is nylon stringed guitar, piano, high hat tap of eighths, tapping on the rim of the drum like Sade’s “Sweetest Taboo”, and a vocalist. The sound produced is a new relaxing sound where the acoustic sound of the guitar can lull one to sleep with it’s easy melodic line.


Joao Gilberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim became popular in the sixties with this style of music. The influence of Jazz music returned to the place of its origins in the religious music known as Urban Contemporary Gospel from the spirituals music. Much of spiritual music sung by southern slaves in the past has a haunting dark and mournful sound during the 1800 and 1900′s. The churches know as the sanctified or holy churches took a more happier approach by encouraging member to sing speak their personal testimonies as they celebrated with song and dance.


The sanctified artist Arizona Dranes who was a traveling pastor made recordings that would fit in many musical categories such as blues, and boogie-woogie with the use of Jazz instruments. At the time the Jazz instruments used with religious themed music were percussion and brass instruments.


Nadel Paris is an EDM artist and a music producer, recording artist. She is making her statement as a female vocalist and a sole composer of all her songs and hope that it will inspire many others to do the same. You can listen to her songs on iTunes, spotify or on amazon.

May 15

Northern Soul originated in 1960’s from northern England. They are the fanciest music and dance styles during that period. The Northern Soul got its name from the creative mind of a journalist named Dave Godin in one of his column in the magazine called Blues and Soul. The big part of Northern Souls original supporter arises from the mod movement. It is created out of their deep passion and appreciation of soul music. Time made quite a few changes when several mods accept the psychedelic movement. This resulted to numerous mods to love and patronize the original soundtrack of soul and ska. However some were later known and called skinheads and some develop their own hub of the Northern Soul picture.


Fashion statement of the first Northern Soul fashion are known to have button-down Ben Sherman shirts, baggy trousers or shrink to fit Levis, US bowling shirts, Poly-velt shoes, Blazers with centre vents and many buttons. This fashion statement creates fusion and wide acceptance among Northern Soul fanatic. It is also worthy to take note that during this period numerous dancers are seen wearing club badges.


The Northern Soul sound started in the Twisted Wheel Club located in Manchester. Then other clubs like Blackpool Mecca, Golden Torch in Stoke, North Park in Kettering, The Catacombs in Wolverhampton, the Winter Gardens in Cleethorpes, the Casino Club in Wigan, Blackpool Mecca, The Mojo and KGB clubs in Sheffield and Va Va’s follow the groove and enjoy the pleasure of the Northern Soul.


The Northern Soul creates the most expensive collection in the world of musical. This resulted to high price of records because of its scarcity, quality of beat, impressive melody and lyrics. Supporters are drowning over the lyric of Northern Soul that covers the expression of heartache, pain and joy of the romantic story of love.


The love of the people of Northern Soul sound brings popularity among the artist. The fever of Northern Soul become so imminent that fame of the artist are truly notable and give breaks to great career in the industry. Among them are the Fascinations and the Velvelettes that grace the 70’s on top 40 UK.


Nadel Paris ( is a recording artist, musician. She is also an actor, an acting coach, a film/TV producer and the owner of the leading acting institution in personal growth for children.

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Apr 06

Right from the beginning, ballet and music have been uniquely intertwined. Without music ballet is nothing more than the empty motions of a ritual. Without the movement and rhythm of dance, music looses all vitality. And so, ballet as a doorway to human expression hinges on both music and dance.


Jean Baptiste Lully (1632-1687), the Italian-born French composer who founded the national French opera was not just a court composer to Louis XIV, but also a choreographer who produced court ballets for Molière’s plays. This probably explains why his productions never lacked an accompaniment. However, theatre productions of the eighteenth century turned composers away from ballet and toward the music of ballroom dancing.


This phase sustained its self straight through the nineteenth century with the exception of pieces by Russian classical composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) which include the Nutcracker, Swan Lake, and Sleeping Beauty.


In the twentieth century however, ballet came back to the spotlight. Once again considered a respectable art form, choreographers looked to the works of classical composers such as Mozart, Bach, Vivaldi, Chopin, Brahms, and Handel to perform the art of ballet dancing too.


Many agree that ballet owes its very existence to the likes of those who are both composers and choreographers. Because being musicians in nature, they naturally pay close attention to ballet following the rhythmic structure of its accompaniment precisely. One who does not understand music can easily create ballet that looks good that in of itself, yet at the mercy of a great classical piece the novice falls short of expressing the true nature of the piece. Instead, they turn the production into a form of movement that is devoid of both art and beauty. The experts instead know when it is appropriate to go against the grain of the accompaniment to heighten those dramatic periods which capture their audience’s attention and leaves them breathless.


As we dawn a new era of music and dance, it’s undeniable that ballet will continue to change. However, just as music and dance have always been the best of friends, ballet will continue to find its new identity in the constantly changing music of today.


Nadel Paris is a recording artist, musician. She is also an actor, an acting coach, a film/TV producer and the owner of the leading acting institution in personal growth for children.

Distributed by Tony Bucher and Universal Music, Two of her beats “Oh La La La” and “Funk it Up” feature rapper extraordinaire KXNG Crooked I has already made a massive with around 1.2 million views combined.

Mar 30

Song structure forms favored by popular music have been pretty stable for decades. Most music (popular and otherwise) is built off at least two contrasting sections: the initial material (A) and the contrasting material (B). This helps give the music emotional direction, climax, and release. In popular forms, A serves as the verse and B serves as the chorus. The most common form, not surprisingly, is verse–chorus–verse–chorus–verse/interlude/bridge–chorus. After two repetitions of verse–chorus, a number of things can happen. There can be simply an instrumental verse. A bridge can function as additional contrasting material, taking us away from the basic material then returning us back to it. Sometimes there is a breakdown that provides contrasting rhythmic material, the equivalent of a non-lyric bridge. In a variation of this A-B form, there are two verses before the first chorus (A-A-B-A-B…).


Music where the chorus comes first is used less frequently (chorus–verse–chorus–verse etc.), although Hit Songs Deconstructed, which analyzes key song writing trends reflected in the Billboard Hot 100, found that this structure spiked from just 25% of songs in quarter one of 2015 to 42% in quarter two. The advantage of this structure is that the listener gets much earlier to the part of the song that is designed to be the most memorable, and gets “hooked” more quickly. The shorter attention span trend in mass culture has fueled this development, and wouldn’t be surprised to see more of it over time.


Songwriters sometimes employ additional mini-sections, such as a pre-chorus (which helps build up and amplify the chorus payoff) or a post-chorus (providing a “double your money” additional hook).


Some styles of music favor a different approach to the verse–chorus alternation. In much R&B, for example, while the verse and chorus differ lyrically and melodically, the underlying music and chord progressions do not change. Instead, the chorus is heightened with additional instruments and a beefed up sound. Alternatively, music coming out of rural and folk traditions often uses a simple A-A-A-A structure with reiterations of the verse. A short melodic hook or tail at the end of each verse, usually the same lyric, takes the place of the chorus. This structure could frequently be heard in music of the 60s and 70s (a good example is Joni Mitchell’s “Amelia”), but is much rarer now.


Although this toolbox seems pretty limited, there are actually a lot of things a songwriter can do to heighten the emotional payoff and mitigate predictability (we like some predictability, but unexpected surprises give even more emotional lift). Verses can be cut short or interrupted. The pre-chorus can be foreshadowed in the song’s introduction. Phrases can be repeated or not-repeated at the close of the chorus. The chorus can be delayed. And many more


Nadel Paris is an EDM artist who defeated all adversaries by her hard work and talent. Now Nadel wants to empower other people and strives to produce other artists and open doors for them. She feels it’s a win-win situation to discover talent. You can listen to her songs on ITunes, Spotify or on Amazon.

Mar 13

Music is an artistic form of auditory communication produced by singers or musical instrument that looks pleasant, harmonized and all this can be done by Music band. It is a group of two or more musicians who perform instrumental or vocal music. There are a lot of different kinds of music and in today’s world music is become a boom in music industry. In each musical style, different norms have developed for the sizes and composition of different groups that these bands perform for many music companies. It is an art whose medium is sound which looks pleasurable, refreshing, enjoyable and delectable to our ears. Common elements of music are pitch, rhythm, dynamics, and the sensual qualities of timbre and texture.


Music bands incorporate instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner. For Music lovers, there are various music albums available in the market created by music bands.


There are basically two main types of bands:

  • Concert band - In this band, instruments included are bowed stringed instruments, woodwinds, brass and percussion and this music can be performed at a specific area or location; the musicians usually play while seated. In concert bands such as orchestras, the musicians are guided by a conductor.
  • Marching band - In these bands, musicians perform while marching or walking having particular marching formations, usually guided by a drum major. These bands perform at outdoor events such as during half time shows and parades.


The other types of bands are Drum and Bugle Corps, Jazz Band, Percussion Band, Wedding Bands and many more. In wedding bands, you may listen to audio and watch video of as many bands for weddings as you can. Music on weddings is plentiful on Gig masters, and most of our wedding bands have multiple audio and video samples available on their online press kits.


So if you are getting bored with listening to the same music again and again, then it is the right time to find something new and refreshing like your favorite music albums by listening to the sounds produced by singers or musical instruments by choosing music bands.


Nadel Paris is a music artist who defeated all adversaries and established her name in the music world by her hard work and talent. Nadel is a recording artist, musician, music producer, songwriter, dancer, published author, and screenwriter. Nadel wants to empower other people and strives to produce other artists and open doors for them. She feels it’s a win-win situation to discover talent. You can listen to her songs on Itunes, Spotify or on Amazon.

Also read here: Independent Music Release by Nadel Paris

Mar 08

Music is the abysmal rainbow that bridges endless galaxies. It is the waterfall flowing through the desert, the mother, the offspring, the ointment, the foot and hand of the wind. All of nature is music: the many colored skies, space and planets.


Music is every wondrous canyon in a miracle’s dream. Music is evolution, the seed of change. Music existed and exists with or without human beings. No race invented music.


Music is a form of energy, like the sun. Music is the voice through which spirits speak, using a language that is beyond words, a music that is beyond notes. Music informs us with a reality that is scented with the eternal. Music is the tireless swan knitting landscapes of hope. Music is the cry of life and death at birth and conception, the heart beat, the pulse, the healer and the healed, the color portrait, the magical stone and the magical mists living side by side. Music is the chirping of birds; is the grass beneath the cracked shells.


Music is dance and the dancer. It is poetry and the poet. Music is all children. Music is hot cornbread. Music is the kindness one finds in a crayon drawing. Music is wood touching word. Imagine a doorbell made of light. Imagine the house that we would enter if we rang that bell. Music and Digital Music are the inseparable part of life. Music is found everywhere. It is present in every creation of the God.


Nadel Paris is a jack of all trades; an accomplished singer, producer and writer. Nadel writes about music and its various genres, other related topics and shares her experience she has over the years. She offers expert advice and great tips for the all aspects of music genre through her blogs.

Also read here: Convenient Sources for Music by Nadel Paris

Feb 22

In the ancient past, the Greeks attributed an “ethos” or moral force to musical rhythms and scales. To determine the ethos of anything such as a musical rhythm they not only factored meter, but also other fundamental rhythmic elements such as lengths, beats, bars, and parts. Their study of these elements brought about the following statements about rhythm in particular:


An equal genre such as 1/1 is calm and resolute. The sound of this rhythm would be similar to that of a heartbeat that pounds steadily away with each beat containing an equal emphasis.


The double 2/1 is vivid and loose. The sound of this rhythm could have a few variations where you would either emphasize the first or the second beat (backbeat).


The rhythm 3/2 they considered feverish and enthusiastic. The sound of this rhythm would have a waltz feel or a swaying motion.


Interestingly, by combining ones, twos and threes you can get other meters or a time signature which allows you to capture the ethos of other meters as mentioned above. You can get a 2/1 feel (vivid and loose) from a 6/8 or a 4/4 time signature or a 3/2 ethos (feverish and enthusiastic) from a 12/8 or 9/4 time signature by expertly accenting the right beats in the measures or using a complex form of syncopation.


Similarly, the Greeks did exactly the same thing with scales and modes. Several remaining fragments and entire essays exist today where a famous Greek philosopher theorized about the subject of an ethos of a scale. Perhaps, a good example to use will be by one of ancient Greece’s most famous philosopher’s Aristotle. [Note: the ancient Greeks used the word 'harmoniai' when referencing scales and modes.] For example, Aristotle in the Politics says, “melodies themselves do contain [character]… the harmoniai have quite distinct natures from one another, so that those who hear them are differently affected and do not respond in the same way to each. To some, such as the one called Mixolydian, they respond with more grief and anxiety, to others, such as the relaxed harmoniai, with more mellowness of mind, and to one another with a special degree of moderation and firmness, Dorian being apparently the only one of the harmoniai to have this effect, while Phrygian creates ecstatic excitement.”


Unfortunately, scholars are not quite sure about the exact tonal character of ancient Greek music, their tuning systems, and scales. So when Aristotle refers to Mixolydian or Dorian he may not actually be referring to the scales we’re familiar with. While it would be very cool to know about those things concerning the music of the ancient Greeks, it is not a part of the point. Rather, what I want to bring your attention to is the fact that the scales or modes we use today do indeed also have an ethos and the degree to which we can become aware of the exact ethos one is creating musically or being exposed to when we’re listening to music is the exact degree to which we can affect (or infect) others or are allowing ourselves to be affected. Because ultimately, it’s these two elements – rhythm and melody – more than any others in music that have a profound effect on us emotionally, intellectually, and morally.


Not unlike rhythm, scales and modes can also be mixed together to compose very complex melodies as is common in modern Western music. What happens when one mixes bits and pieces of the elements of two or more modes is very similar to what occurs when one mixes two or more rhythms in a single composition, you effect dramatic emotional, intellectual, and moral changes upon the listener. So whether one is manipulating the size, duration, force, velocity and mixture of two or more meters in order to achieve the use of asymmetrical meters, oddly numbered measures, plenty of syncopation, changing time signatures, or any combination of these elements or modulating from one scale to another diatonically or chromatically, using modern embellishments, and compositional techniques the end result possesses an ethos of unusual character. Perhaps, the ethos of modern Western music would be difficult to define if not even unknown to the ancient Greeks. Regardless, it’s what we’ve got now and today it’s how a modern composer and musician approach the art of writing music.


Nadel Paris is an EDM artist and a music producer. Nadel writes about music and its various genres, other related topics and shares her experience she has over the years. She offers expert advice and great tips forall aspects of music genre through her blogs.

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Feb 17

Its distinctive beat gives it away. There is nothing in the world that sounds like reggae music. The expected chops and the back beat by the rhythm guitar and the distinctive sound of the bass drum marks reggae as a genre by its own right. Reggae music originated from several other Jamaican music types just as great as it is like ska, rocksteady, RandB, Jazz, Calypso, and Mento.


Jamaican music is as rich as its history. The soul of each and every Jamaican song traces its roots to the black people herded onto ships, clinging to their most priceless possessions–clothing, food, and for many, their drums. These drums that traveled as far as their owners have are what brought the world priceless gifts and that are the gifts of music. The slaves used their music to fill-up their lives and sang about everything. They have songs of praise, songs of love, songs of loneliness, and songs of inspiration. It is not surprising therefore, that reggae music has been used by the likes of Bob Marley and The Wailers to promote certain political issues like poverty and injustice.


From the characteristic drumbeats, Jamaican folk music has embraced innovation and has added a whole range of flavor to their indigenous music. Combining the drumbeats to a lot of different musical instruments, like the rhythm guitar, and the trumpet, produced ska, rocksteady and eventually reggae.


Reggae music swooped Jamaica just when it was about to proclaim its independence and the masses were clamoring for a beat, a sound that could articulate their emotions. Reggae rose up to the challenge and succeeded. A few years later, when the assurance of an improved quality of life and the promise of a bright tomorrow for a liberated nation came up empty reggae was still being played. But it started to serve a much higher purpose than entertainment. For the first time in its history, roots reggae took on its rebellious and defiant form. Reggae music told of stories of suffering in the shanties of Trenchtown, it told of stories of violence and corruption but most of all it told the people of Jamaica to get up and stand up for their rights.


As the country grew from bad to worse, the people started to look for a moral guidance that would give sense to the life of wretchedness they were living in. Rastafarianism answered the call of a people desperately seeking an alternative leader with convincing values of love and peace. The Rastafarian movement boomed, gained a huge following in Jamaica and reggae was the movement’s music. Eventually, roots reggae would be identified with Rastafarianism and vice versa. Dreadlocks, khakis, and kaftans became the symbol of reggae attitude.


Just when it seems that the evolution of reggae has gone through so much, it began to take on another controversial form with the arrival of dancehall reggae. This new type of reggae music is so called because its raunchy lyrics only allowed it to be played in dancehalls. Dancehall reggae is a form of rebellion against roots reggae because many artists believe that reggae music has gone too mainstream that it catered more to the demands of the audience than to reggae’s real spirit. Infused with a lot of techno beats and computer generated riffs, dancehall departed from old school reggae music’s slow and lulling beat and enveloped a more upbeat and fast rhythm.


And then there was ragga. Ragga music could be gangsta rap’s ancestor as it boldly came out with songs on violence, guns, and gangs. Many ragga songs were evidently masochistic with harsh lyrics demeaning women and praising male supremacy.


Over the course of history, ragga’s forerunners saw reason and tamed down their music. A couple prominent ragga figures went back to embrace Rastafarianism and sought a live of uprightness and peace.


Reggae music has come and changed in so many ways over the years. Yet it still makes the same sound as it did several decades ago. Reggae still sings the songs that make hearts beat faster, songs that make the feet dance harder, and songs that reflect the rhythm of the soul


Nadel Paris is an EDM artist and a music producer. Nadel writes about music and its various genres, other related topics and shares her experience she has over the years. She offers expert advice and great tips regarding all aspects of music genre through her blogs.

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Feb 12

Rap music has basically originated from the African-American culture of praise singing of the griots and hence it does not connect to the American roots. This music style, having an illustrious history, was popularized late in U.S. and hence it still poses to be a minority artist creation. It is majorly considered to be a fad left to fade away but factually, it is a musical art form prevalent in United States since 1970s.


It is basically intertwined with the hip hop culture which also includes break dancing, appearance, graffiti and the attitude of people who subscribed to the mores and traditions of this subculture. The present state of this genre is a result of the influence Jamaican music had on this music and major American artists and their styles and the technology which played a major role in its evolution in the United States.


The origin of this genre was Bronx in NYC which was full of poor people accompanied by crime, drug addiction, and unemployment which gave a surge to street gang activity. The first ever street gang was called Black Spades of which, the well-known hip hop legend Afrika Bambaata was also a part.


The early eighties brought a culture of music and dance in clubs with a major spread of graffiti. Graffiti connected people like Keith Haring and Fred Brathwaite, better known as ‘Fab Five Freddy’. Graffiti and rap music originated from the same cultural conditions and some prominent graffiti writers went on to record and play an influential role in the development of the rap industry, for example FUTURA and PHASE 2 and Fab Five Freddy.


Break dance was also an integral part of hip hop which affected rap music. The dressing style of loose pants by blacks was emulating a style that had originated in prison. The point here is, though this industry was proportionally influenced by the blacks, its primary audience was white and lived in the suburbs. Rap music can withstand the influence of other (ethnic/social) groups and still remain popular and flourish.


As this music evolved and became popular, even women rappers came to the front; it maybe because there are more women buying records who would like to relate to women artists and there are more guys who want to hear a woman’s point of view. Female rappers besides offering a different attitude have shown that rap can be far more significant and flexible than its critics have admitted.


Sometimes, this music serves only as dance music and the people cannot understand what the artist was saying. This goes on to show that, it is the beat and the rhythm that is more important and the rapper’s role is to match the intensity of the music rhythmically. This also explains why some records whose lyrics are racist or so violent in nature can be so popular.


Also, there are many other influences like gospel music is one musical area in which they are beginning to produce their own rappers. This music cannot influence other types until rap music itself is not influenced by other styles.


In U.S., even though this genre is a billion dollar business, both black and white local radio stations are still reluctant to play it for fear of loosing advertisers. They fail to understand that now this music style has reached such a level where record companies cater almost exclusively to rap music.


Rap music in America is indeed a minority which deserves more credit and recognition. There is still more evolution to achieve for this music style in U.S.


Nadel Paris is an EDM artist and a music producer. Nadel writes about music and its genres, other related topics and shares her experience she has over the years. Her new album “Ooh La La La La” is now available for purchase on iTunes. It features remixes by your favorite EDM DJ’s like Ray Rhodes, Pascal, Starbright, Cyphonix, Drew G and DJ M. Chicago. Two of the beats “Oh La La La” and “Funk it Up” feature rapper extraordinaire KXNG Crooked I.

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