The best hip hop artist you haven’t heard yet - Ms. Drama Ganza’s “Gift of Gab”
Ms. Drama Ganza has released her ner new single, “My Gift of Gab.” Her style incorporates the Blues of the great ladies of music and the rhythms of modern hip hop. Free video link.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE(Press Release) - Jan. 8, 2013 - With her traditional Blues sensibility and solid hip hop rhythms, Ms. Drama Ganza’s latest single, My Gift of Gab tells a story that is uniquely hers and everyone’s, at the same time. Filled with hope for herself, and all of us, My Gift of Gab hooks you with a sense of playfulness and faith in hard work and great talent.
In December, Drama Ganza was a finalist in “Next Top Female Rapper” contest hosted by legendary artist, MC Lyte, Los Angeles Recording Academy President, for her group Hip Hop Sisters.
Drama Ganza has been gathering increasing attention for her edgy, honest style. Her words bring you into the life of a real woman living a real life; her voice, reminiscent of some of music’s great ladies, feels at once familiar and novel. More than just an artist, Drama Ganza brings her business savvy, most recently completing her certification in Music Business.
See the video for her single, My Gift of Gab, at her website, www.msdramaganza.com. The MP3 single is available for purchase at http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/MsDramaGanza.www.msdramaganza.com. The MP3 single is available for purchase at http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/MsDramaGanza. She is available for interviews and studio sessions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t miss the opportunity to watch the rise of a hip hop superstar as she brings her own unique style to the people. Listen to Ms. Drama Ganza’s My Gift of Gab right now and find yourself singing it all day.
"You are going to love some of your characters, because they are you or some facet of you, and you are going to hate some of your characters for the same reason. But no matter what, you are probably going to have to let bad things happen to some of the characters you love or you won’t have much of a story. Bad things happen to good characters, because our actions have consequences, and we do not all behave perfectly all the time. As soon as you start protecting your characters from the ramifications of their less-than-lofty behavior, your story will start to feel flat and pointless, just like in real life. Get to know your characters as well as you can, let there be something at stake, and then let the chips fall where they may."
When I read this, I immediately began to compare the “characters” of the “stories” to the subjects of my news articles. You are going to love some of your subjects and hate some of them. I know I do. It must be worth keeping in mind that the subject or “characters” you love or admire or personally support, must not be given advantage over those you dislike or do not support (particularly when writing about politics). No one is perfect. Even though we might want them to be, we shouldn’t try to skirt around the facts. Sometimes good characters do bad things. As the writer, in this case, the journalist, as soon as you start trying to protect a character you like, your story becomes pointless. As this quote goes, let the chips fall where they may.