Listen, Like it, Play it!

Scholarship Entrant: Kyle from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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 Kyle: 1

How often do you turn on the radio and think to yourself “why are they playing this terrible song”? Well if you’re like me this happens every day. I began to wonder are the radio stations mindful of what the people really want to hear or are they just letting records play without any sense of the public’s view. It just so happens that what I love to do the most is listen to music. There’s something about music that puts me in a happy place, a utopia of serenity and bliss actually. So you can understand how terrible music affects me.
If I could make a living out of listening to music, I would do just that! I would began by gathering a team of people across the globe who love music just as much as I do (This would allow me to get opinions about music that I don’t hear too often). Then contact every radio station and petition with them to let us listen to every song before they play it on the air. My team and I would decipher on if the song should be played to the public or not. This plan is designed to do two things; to help weed out terrible music so society will not have to be upset when they listen to the radio. Also it would boost the radios popularity resulting in an influx of more money. Listening to music is what I love to do, why not live it?

Vote for Kyle: 1

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