Changer Music has a radio interview on CFFF – FM – HipHopTicTactics.
Airing 3.8.18. Topics include, Keep Hip-Hoppin’ and Changer’s next single “The Ship”.
Tune in and learn how ChangerMusic creates his songs and production.
I’m excited to announce my first 2018 ChangerMusic & Friends – For Tha Love Of Hip-Hop show. Tickets are $10 at the door.
It’s on 2.15.18 at 7pm at This Aint Hollywood, in Steel City/Hamilton Ontario. #hamont #changermusic
So, there will be climax surprise and give aways, singers, rhymerz, dance, and mad fun.
This networking and grind for it is worth it and extensive.
I love the issues of it all and how it gets me out of my shell and comfort zone.
I love rocking crowds but I’m generally not social or outgoing so Hip-Hop and love helps this conundrum, lol, for me.
I hope u can make it. Buy me a drink, lol.
Wow, another year is done. I released Keep Hip-Hoppin (my 5th written/produced/engineered) album and two videos for it.
2017 was full of fun Ti Cat video shoots, live shows in Hamilton & Toronto. New fans and friends and interviews were found for moi. I am grateful.
I thoroughly believe in the saying “seek and you shall find” and “God helps those, who help them selves”.
Here are some highlights from 2017, that I enjoyed. I hope your year was just as fun and blessed. (Some pict’s below are clickable)
Happy New Year.
I hope all is well and nothing stops you from being happy and to KEEP HIP-HOPPIN’.
2017 has been a ton of ups and downs for us both I imagine.
Mine have been encapsulated into this album – KEEP HIP-HOPPIN’ (on Spotify & Apple).
On Feb 2, 2017 my adoptive and only Mother I ever had, passed on to heaven, due to a sudden heart attack.
At the time this new album was prolly half way made. It was medicine and a dire distraction for me spiritually and mentally.
#KHH helped me to positively honor her physical death, because daily she is with me thru my actions and in spirit I think and feel.
For a human to adopt and raise another humans kid is amazing and that’s what my Mom did.
Shirley kept me from harm and we cranked Tina Turner, Diana Ross, Bette Middler, Dolly and many others when I was kid & teen.
I miss her singing to songs without remembering the words or physically mimicking gestures on a TV show or movie.
Mom use to yell “turn that rap crap down” or “turn that music off” when I was making beats at 2 am in the 90’s.
I sang my first hook I made to her when I was 14 and am eventually gonna rebreath life into it.
If her passing has taught me anything, it’s to film photograph, spend time with the ones we love as much as possible.
I visited every Saturday and I have decades worth of video and photo’s and voice memo’s of her hilarious personality.
If I can overcome and survive such a sad event, so can you. Please stream or buy my album if you see fit.
God bless, and KEEP HIP-HOPPIN’.
I was thinking about why I dress up and give out Halloween treats every year lately. I suppose it’s partially due to me loving dressing up & joining in on the fun with the neighbourhood kids. I giggle and take pictures with some that are hilarious or adorable. After all; It is a rare time where adults can act like kids without getting into trouble, lol.
My son is almost an adult so I dress up in honour of missing him doing it and the mad fun we use to have, so it’s kind of like I am holding on to the memories and tradition that we use to have as well. I see plenty of parents dressed up outside with their kids too, and when I walk my neighbourhood with my pug after serving candy, I enjoy the mini haunted houses and screaming kids as my neighbors chase them with chainless chainsaws and props, lol.
Reliving our childhood is definitely a positive consequence from dressing up as an adult on Halloween too. I remember the exciting freedom of just running off after supper, just me and my candy bag or pillow case, and meeting up with classmates, checking each others loot out, lol. The day after was rewarding and amazing at school, being on a sugar high.
I haven’t posted it yet, but I may next year (gulp), because I just shot a “Halloween Mask Review” segment and it’s actually quite outrageous and original, lol. I truly act like a Wally in many masks, bahahahaha.
If you can’t let loose and act like a nut once in a while, what the heck is the point of paying bills?
I have a performing artist friend who performs in costume in a haunted house in Niagra Falls, which really reminds me that plenty of other adults take the season a lot further then moi, lol. I’m not a golden arch, but I’m luvin it!
Monsters, and ChAnGeR? Oh my!
PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Hamilton, Ontario’s “Changer Music” has released a new Hip-Hop/Pop video “CLAW OUR WAY” homage to Changer’s favorite CFL team, the Ti Cat’s. This entertaining and fun project was shot at Tim Horton’s field and at the McMaster training camp in the summer of 2017, featuring key Ti Cat players such as Speedy B, Courtney Stephens and of course the Tiger cat cheerleaders and fans.
The spirit of the song is about overcoming adversity. This season for the Hamilton Tiger Cats has been nothing but a struggle and constant need to claw their way to the top. From a fans perspective, these lyrics shine light on the goal of keeping your head down and pushing ones way through life’s obstacles. The upbeat tempo and bouncy bass line will make you want to claw your way to the dance floor.
Below are some links to the video and Changer Music’s behind the scenes blog article.
Video Link: Click HERE
Blog Link: Click HERE
Changer Productions – Hamilton, ON.
Media Company: www.changerproductions.ca
Artist: ChangerMusic – a.k.a.
ChAnGeR – The Former Single Father