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Violator Founder Chris Lighty Passes Away

Still recovery from the death of Chris Nadler, the music industry has been hit with another striking blow. With sadness we announce that Chris Lighty has passed on. Lighty is known for being a manager and musical mastermind behind Violator Management. His most notable work is with some of the industry’s superstars like Mariah Carey, Missy Elliot and Busta Rhymes to name a few. The apparent cause of death was suicide. Lighty was found with an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound in his home in the Bronx, NY. Lighty, who recently divorced ex wife last year, was rumored to have IRS troubles mounting to $5Million. Though rumors haven’t been confirmed, we are deeply saddened by the lost of this musical genius. All of us at the here at BiBi’s Next To Blow are devastated to hear of the loss and would like to extend our deepest gratitude to his family and Violator. He will be missed.

INTRODUCING GAEL BOOM

I love when I speak with another gifted vocalist because it inspires me to better. I talked with Gael Boom, who has thousands of views on his cover of Brandy’s Put It Down, and this is his story.

 

 Where are you from? Where did your name originate?

I’m Originally from Africa (The Republic Democratic of congo) n lived in Toulouse (France). My 1st name is French and it means joy.

How would you describe your music?

My music is positive and Very Unique. It’s more than just a song, it’s the message

Who were your childhood influences?

Grew up listening to alotta Usher, Smokie Norful and Fred Hammond. Now I got introduced to Brandy and I love her music

-what is your first experience with music?

I started as a musician, taught myself how to play the keyboard and the drum at the age of 10 and then started singing 5 years later

-what type of music did you listen to? 

Pop, Rnb, Zook n Gospel

Why did you decide to pursue your music? 

I decided to pursue music because every time I go to a show, church or a concert, just seeing people on stage performing, I could picture myself on their position and I just knew it was something I really wanted to do

What can the people expect from your music?

Live performance?

They should expect a great and inspiring music n my goal is to create a new genre of music

Thinking back what are some life changing events that help influence your music?

I lived in a place where everybody was doubting me, saying that I’m not good enough so I really didn’t have a good support and that’s what made me work heard to where I am right now

 Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

I see myself performing on big stages, producing hits and winning awards

Fill in the Blanks

Without music I’d go Crazy

Music is my life

My music makes me feel Alive

I write music because I love music and that’s the best way to express myself and let it all out

Support my music because it’s about time !! the world needs it

 

We will be waiting for the Wildest Dreams cover on the 9th of September. Wishing Gael Boom the best in his endeavors, make sure you follow him on twitter @GaelBoom.

 

BiBi~

CHOREOGRAPHER DREW JAMES

As a lover of all things fine and performing arts, it was only right that I feature this choreographer Drew James. In the past few years most of the videos I’ve seen from indie artists had one thing in common, Drew’s choreography. From slow jams to full out dance fever, Drew serves it up hot every time. He took the time to answer a few of BiBi’s questions and here is what he had to say.

 

 

Where are you from? Tell us about yourself.

I was born and raised in New Jersey. I grew up in the suburbs of Central Jersey, particularly Edison. Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve always been interested in the arts. I did Tae-Kwon Do, gymnastics and played the clarinet. But dance was always that one thing I never started and stopped doing.

 

 How would you describe your style of dance?

I’d say my style of dance infuses a lot of different styles in it. I was trained in jazz, modern and contemporary styles and in my choreography, I love utilizing my body in its entirety. I love going up, down, drop to the floor. My dancers will definitely tell you, “Your in for a workout when you do my stuff.” A key note in my choreography is also the use of balancing smooth with fast pace intricate movements.

 

Who were your childhood influences?

Michael and Janet Jackson

 

what is your first experience with dance?

I saw Michael’s Thriller video and I even though I was scared, I knew hiding behind that chair, that was what wanted to do.

-what type of music did you listen to?

Old school, r&b and especially blues. I remember my parents having an 8 track and playing all the classics.

 

Why did you decide to pursue your dancing? 

Dancing is the only thing that makes me happy in life that has never let me down. It’s truly my therapy and I feel so embedded in the art of dance that living life without it would make me extremely lost.

 

 What can the people expect from your dancing?

A lot of energy, personality, fun, character and just performance

 -Live performance?

There’s always a story behind my pieces, so based off of the story that I’m trying to convey, a character is brought to life.

 

What would you describe as your biggest break in dance thus far?

Biggest break for me would have to be dancing with Lauryn Hill for a bunch of shows she was doing up and down the East Coast. She saw a lot of potential in me after seeing me dance and gave me the opportunity to accompany her as a dancer around the time she was doing the “Smokin Grooves” Tour. I consider her a legend and her music spoke to so many different people on a lot of different levels.

 

If signed, how much creative control would you want over your career?

I was signed with an agency a couple years ago, but the particular agency kind of went under. But if I get signed again, it’d be cool. But if I don’t, it’s not the end of the world. A lot of my success came from just working hard and building a name around Drew James. Representation is important for dancers to a certain extant, but it’s not the end all.

 

Thinking back what are some life changing events that help influence your style of dance?

I’d say working with a lot of different choreographers and training under them has definitely influenced the foundation of my movement. As a choreographer, it’s important to be defined in a group of your own.

 

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Still dancing and just touching others with my movement.

 

 Fill in the Blanks

Without music I’d be LOST

Dance is LIFE

I dance because I LOVE IT.

Support my dance because IT’S ALL I HAVE.

 

Drew is paving his own way in the dance game, and is determined to continue to rise to the top! We wish you the best and when you have more videos please make sure BiBi gets them!!

BiBi

DEAD ROSE SOCIETY PRESENTS 28 GRAMS

 

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