We are saying goodbye to June 2017: the Summer month…
New season apart, we have to share the new end-of-the-month list!
We have decided to change the method to make the lists: the subject that we pick up “goes versus” the other topics we are used to discuss on our blogs. It must be said that not all the rest of the topics are suitable to the subject we have chosen.
This time the topic is “The Challenge”
The challenge vs. clothing/style
For artists the challenge is to always put on clothing that represent them, that can reflect their personality and that possibly can be trendy
The challenge vs. the question
Never stop yourself from finding answers to your questions, while struggling on your challenges. The doubts have to possibly rise and die before starting.
The challenge vs. the live shows
Concerts and public events are now under the lens. Security and safety are the new challenges: why not waking up to fix them before, many are asking? Why so much rhetorical on this topic?
The challenge vs. legacy
Every challenge raised and won makes history, so the results obtained are the legacy we’ll all have to enjoy
The challenge vs. top albums
Every session spent to conceive any studio album and to record it offers hints for challenges: the main challenge is to do any possible effort to fix the problems rising
The challenge vs. charts
Becoming a no. 1 was never easy in the past and today it is not easy to make your no. 1 a lasting thing. Different decades, different concept of success, but same challenge.
The challenge vs. reality shows
It will be an utopia, given the huge financial interests under, but the challenge would be the one to be enough brave to stop the making and the airing of the Reality shows.
The challenge vs. video clips
When the music and video clips kicked off all seemed easy. It is funny the challenge for any artist is to try now being a You Tube star
The challenge vs. DJ music
We admire DJs for all things they try to keep the attention around them alive. A musician mostly has staff and crews, advisors around providing with support and advice; as opposite Deejays seems to be on their own. A smash hit of a DJ is worth 100 songs of a musician, today. Rock on with your challenge deejays!
The challenge vs. radio
Radio stations keep passing the new releases and promoting the new music, but most of the radio still keep a good share of classics and oldies, otherwise how can you feed the myth around the past icons? And that’s the challenge.
DD TV xx