@ELPHOnIC brings a wide variety of “infusions” to his brand of hiphop and rap. With wisdom beyond his years, he shared his song writing secrets with Makasong.net… and free music too… If you’d like to get a recording studio together to start a great song writing process like ELPHOnIC, you can check out our article about how to set up a basic demo studio for under R8000 ($800).
We caught up with Jenny Ah Chong to discuss her craft in developing creativity. Jenny has had some recent attention internationally with Sounds of the Nations, amongst other interviews and radio play. You can check the links at the bottom of the article for free music and how to contact Jenny. You may also want to check out our interview with hip-hop artist ELPHOnIC.
One of my shortcomings as a song writer is being disciplined with structure and technicalities of the craft of songwriting. I have always relied heavily on instinct and, what I call, “flow”. But in recent times I have been writing a great deal more, possibly due to the fact that I am now able to record my material. There are two critical factors that I have noticed arising out of my greater demand for songs
I stumbled across a little gem of a music video today, and simply had to ask the guy behind the music to share a few words with my devotional audience. Len Muller is an Afrikaans songwriter, and this song is pretty much a devotional with music. Read is story and be encouraged. God Bless, AW