Donate bread, A non-profit organization founded by Mostafa Sheikh (aka rapper Lil Musi) has opened a bread studio at Edwin Markham Middle School, a former high school in Nipsey Husl, in the Watts area of Los Angeles, with a mission to help children living in poverty. The 1,000-foot studio has five free musical recording facilities, aimed at helping children from less socio-economic areas, producing musical instruments, voice recordings and production equipment for young people to use for free. Visit here to see photos of the studio and learn more about the program.
+ Early wave music There has been a deal with the property of the legendary singer Bing Crossby, Who appeared in more than 70 feature films and recorded more than 1,600 songs in his 50-year plus career. The partnership acquires a primary wave in the property owned by HLC Properties Limited, a company owned by Crosby Estate. It includes the Bing Crossby Archive, thousands of recordings of singers and other artists, many of which have never been published; Artist royalty from master recordings featuring his performances; Author royalty from his written or co-written songs; His rights to “White Christmas” films as well as other film, radio and television productions. Also, Primary Wave has gained a share in its name, similes and propaganda rights. The estate will now have access to Primary Wave’s entire marketing team, digital team, publicity department, branding team and publishing infrastructure including licensing and sync opportunities.
“We couldn’t be more excited about this partnership with Primary Wave. Upon our first visit, our goal was to find a mate who believes in the vast life under his leadership and we know that Primary Wave will carry on his father’s legacy. Bing Crossby’s family said in a joint statement.
“Bing Crossby was one of the most influential stars of the twentieth century,” said Larry Mestel, CEO and founder of Primary Wave Music. He continued, “Our team can’t wait to dive in for our partnership with Harry Crosby, Robert Bader and the Crosby family to help reintroduce the music of Bing and the world.”
+ Bandier program at Syracuse UniversityFounded by legendary music publisher Marty Bandier, it is one of the world’s leading music-business programs. Last year, Bandia announced a program to provide financial assistance to students from the Bandier program from under-represented populations, and last week the program announced its first two honorees: Sophia Elizabeth Guterres, A resident of Los Angeles of Filipino and Mexican descent, and Alexis Sanon, A Haitian-American from Brooklyn, NY. “Leaving California is the only thing that will be for a million opportunities to participate in the Bandier program,” said Guterres, a musician, adding that the scholarship gave him “a life-changing opportunity to follow my dream. I am proud to be one of the first recipients and I wouldn’t take this opportunity. ”Sanon, who started the industry as a teenager, created a social media fan account for Group One Direction and then learned about other areas of the industry. There is a place and I want to face this challenge. “
Newhouse Dean Mark J. Lodato said, “We are eternally grateful to Marty Bandier for his dedication to Newhouse School.” “I am confident Sophia and Alexis Bandier will shine in the program, and Syracuse University will prosper as part of the community.”