The Internet Doesn’t Matter, You’re Making Music in L.A.
It’s worth stating the obvious: Musicians come to L.A. to make a living making music. You can live anywhere if you only want to be an artist. But being in the proximity of money is a better business plan. Right now that means L.A. Big artists write and record there. Labels and publishers are based there, and so are the sync houses who put songs in ads and TV shows. You might not know how you’ll catch a break, or whose orbit you’ll fall into, but moving to L.A. is one way to differentiate yourself from the millions who don’t. Your aspirations will be taken at face value. Being there means you’re serious.
Sophia MoJo is an RnB/pop and EDM and soul singer, as well as a songwriter and producer, hailing from Los Angeles is one of those artists breaking through the underground and starting to make waves on the West Coast. Her hit single “Real One” ft. Rikayah is a track that’s helping her break through.
Women are unpredictable beings. They are emotional and the change their minds easily. They can be impulsive and surprising. They can easily fall in love, and later on have a change of heart. This is one cause of men’s heartbreaks. However, when a women matures and experiences true love, she can be so selfless that she becomes so vulnerable. She would not let emotions sway her from side to side. She will be faithful to you. This message is loud and clear with lyrics like:
“Baby you got a real one and there is nothing I won’t do to show you my love is true”
How will you find out if your girlfriend or partner really loves you? How do you know if what she has for you is real love? A real women? I think a safe bet is to start taking our queues from Sophia Mojo. Check out her hit single “Real One”
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