Art has been the way in which many artists have expressed their emotions as well as made social commentaries for years. One can look at a piece of art and take It’s purpose for granted. But most of them are screaming to be heard. This is specially the case with Amir H. Fallah.
Just about everyone dreams of flying to space or becoming a billionaire at some point in their lives. However, a lot of us tend to find buts and what-ifs that stop us from reaching our full potential. But not Elon Musk.
2020 opened the eyes of many people and taught us to celebrate each other’s cultural differences. Many artists used this movement as a platform to speak up and represent their people. Designer Brandon Blackwood is the prime example of inspiration rising out of the ashes of a society divided by race and culture.
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.