Saving the World with Music

Scholarship Entrant: Troy from Richmond Hts, Ohio
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Troy: 6

Saving the World with Music
If I can earn a living doing what I love most I would say my work as being a DJ working in the field of radio broadcasting. As far as I can date back being a child I knew that the sound of music intrigued me it was love at first sight. Music puts me into a world that only I can understand and be myself when I feel that people cannot understand me so I let the music talk for me. The art of Dee-Jaying (DJ) in relation reminds me of the Mona Lisa portrait the perfect piece of art once you have learned to perfect it. With those two equations intact you just need the final result example (1+2=3) in what I would call the finishing pieces of a masterpiece. An outlet source that can reach the people and connect with them I am talking about radio. Radio still remains an mass median device informing people with talk shows and great music. With all the senseless murders taking in this country I would give my blood, sweat and tears in order to change the negativity in music to push a more positive message behind music to teach people more importantly the children that there is more to this world outside of your neighborhood. I want to focus my work in the poverty stricken areas of the United States to help change the statistics already placed upon them and as well help the people uplift and love one another to help make a better world.

Troy Reaves,
Cleveland, Ohio
Senior Mass Media Communications Major
Wilberforce University
TReaves@wu.wilberforce.edu

Vote for Troy: 6

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