Through the Radio

Scholarship Entrant: Iesha from Durham, NC
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.
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Do you remember the feeling after your first dance at school or feeling after your first heartbreak and how you put on music and the song spoke to you and related to how you were feeling? Music is some much more than catchy beat and a famous singer. It finds the words to say when you can’t express how your feeling- good or bad. Everyone says they remember their first love and heartbreak and exactly what song they were listening to. Music is indescribable when you are feeling downcast or intoxicated, but what about when there is turmoil in the world, wars and up roaring and all around devastation? One of my favorite songs is by John Lennon Image because his lyrics were so sincere and spoke about what was happening in that time. Many people may feel art and music is not important but to reach out to people and capture their mind is in music and art. I would love to make music that matter and reach the world to make a different. Music is universal, change the language of it, and it can reach each continent to billions of people. There is a lot of problem in the world that many people do not know about. Music can go everywhere; you can hear on the radio, grocery stores, malls, gyms and even the doctor office. Not everybody is going to read a newspaper or article, but everyone will turn on the radio. So turn on the radio.

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