Many new artists have paved their way into the music industry in the last couple of years. Yebba is one of those artists, she brings a breath of fresh air into the industry with her songs full of heart and emotion. 

Being the daughter of a preacher Yebba also known as Abigail Elizabeth Smith grew up singing gospel music inspired by the late Aretha Franklin who grew up in a similar way. Yebba was raised in Arkansas and as a little girl, she always knew she wanted to create music that had a soul and meaning. 

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The broadness of the digital sphere allows artists to continuously evolve and create new art. Artists have once again tapped into the popularity of digital media, with the emergence of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Recently, musicians have begun seeking new and unique ways to interact with fans, and teaming up with artists to create NFTs is a way for fans and musicians to interact. 

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Before we get into the specifics of The Daily Fare, I should admit that I’m completely, 100% biased. I’ve known Alissa Abeler and Hannah Smith for a few years. We met at a Halloween party that was too cool for me to attend, but there I was confronted with Abeler dressed reminiscent of Doctor Who and Smith dressed as the oncoming threat of Christmas. They sat with me as I processed a night of rather notable Nashvillians - a nobody in a house full of fame and talent.

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Despite their obvious differences, Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream,” Maroon 5’s “Payphone,” Britney Spears’s “Circus,” and Ke$ha’s “Tik Tok” all have one person in common: Benny Blanco. The Virginia native has created a name for himself within the music industry as a producer and writer. Blanco’s affinity for the music industry began early, with him loving music as a child and wanting to become a rapper. This dream shifted, as Blanco explains in an NPR interview. “I realized no one wanted to hear a chubby Jewish kid rap, so I was like, ‘Oh I guess I’ll make all my own music, and I’ll write songs for other people.” 

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Two very important questions for our followers this week are: Did you get a chance to see the Xaiali Magnetic interview about a week ago on our Instagram feed? And did you get a chance to check out his album yet? If the answer to either one of those questions is, “NO,” then we need you to get on board with the rest of us, and get familiar with the sounds of Xaiali Magnetic

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