Thursday, June 4, 2015
As of June 1, 2015 Nola Gates was signed to Zobe Records. As a music producer and music composer Nola has produce for many artists within the music industry. Nola's latest work titled "Keep It On Da Low" by Qween Ching featuring Belo Zero from the legendary group "Do Or Die" out from Chicago. Nola also composed music in a short film titled "You" where snippets can be viewed on Nola Gates' Facebook page. Nola is very excited to be with Zobe Records and looking forward to blessing the roster with many hit records. Nola can be contacted through Zobe Records for Music Composing/Music Production/Engineering/Mixing & Mastering. Be sure to check out Nola's work producing for Latin artist Omar Cruz who is signed to Interscope Records/Geffen & BYI, R&B singer D' Angelo, singer The Real Latoiya Williams with Dr. Dre Snoop Dogg Warren G & Busta Rhymes. Nola Gates also produces on the Rick Ross Music Group Compilation "Crackin The System" song titled "I'm From Tha Hood" by artist Shady Doe featuring Shawn D.
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Many media outlets are focused on feeding their readers with nonsense like celebrity gossip like who is dating who and who was born a man and now decides to become a woman while we tend to focus more on things that actually matter! One important topic would be that of music superstar Akonwho is a Senegalese-American singer. He has put himself in the position to change and make a major impact on the continent of Africa.
“Akon Lighting Africa” is a powerful new initiative that Akon has just launched. This goal of this initiative is to bring electricity to 600 million people in Africa to be accomplished through his Solar Academy.
Akon's Solar Academy supports African engineers and green energy entrepreneurs, cultivating resources needed to produce sustainable solar power enterprises that work. The academy facilitates experts who will bring training and equipment instruction to ambitious African engineers.
There is nothing more abundant on the continent of Africa than “sun” which could be the big problem solver. Rural Africa has been catching on to the new technology and is in great need of it. Akon’s Solar Academy looks to harness that power through microgrids and solar supported electricity systems to bring light to a region that the world has largely forgotten.
Thione Niang from the Akon Lighting Africa organization stated, “We expect the Africans who graduate from this center to devise new, innovative, technical solutions.” She continued by stating that, “We have the sun and innovative technologies to bring electricity to homes and communities. We now need to consolidate African expertise.”