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Artist of The WEEK: ED Robinson πŸŒ πŸš©πŸŽ™

BIOGRAPHY

Good music is born out of a desire to tell a story to a wide range of listeners across all walks of life. With his drive and passion for music, International Reggae Artist and Producer, Ed Robinson is bringing reggae music to the world.  Ed Robinson is a musical veteran and icon with a strong and deeply rooted musical background. With music as a priority and driving force in his life, the singer injects his brilliant musicality into every aspect of his life. Robinson began his musical career as a drummer in a school band and showed signs from a very early on of his intense musical talent. Over the years he found himself becoming a key player in many genres of music, including Reggae, Rock, Soul, Hip Hop and R&B.

ED ROBINSON

MANAGER JTMC - JOANNA MARIE

ED'S WEBSITE - www.edrobinsonofficial.com

With over 200 songs and twelve albums in his catalog, Robinson has emerged as one of the most highly sought-after reggae artists in the industry. He debuted his first album on the …

Musical Great "The 12th Human" Q & A Interview πŸ“ΈπŸŒ  I The Now Legacy

Eric Ryan is the man behind the Alternative/Indie band,The 12th Human, and writes and produces the music created for the band all on his own.
Interview With The Great @the12thhuman

Q & A

1. What is a typical day/week like for you?

Working during the day, jommiΕ„ at night

2. What is your best memory of starting your career?
Recording my first split with Ancient Hound (@ancienthoundband) up in Boston was a watershed moment for me. Back then I was recording everything on my own and it was incredibly satisfying to be able to hear back something that started off as just an idea in my head.

3. What advice would you give to someone wanting to start a band?

Don’t give anything more than 3 seconds of consideration. If you want to do it, just get it done before the doubt sets in. Even if my songs gain barely any traction, i’m still glad I have them to listen back on as I get older. Also don’t take yourself too seriously. Nothing’s fun if you set expectations.

4. How can others reach out to you for m…