Poet Hussain Manawer Releases ‘Lonely’ a powerful Poetic Short Film

Poet Hussain Manawer Releases Lonely, a powerful poetic short film to normalise asking for help to overcome loneliness.

Film Released To Coincide With Blue Monday Film Directed By Stanley Morgan Includes Actors Gilbert Kyem Jnr and James Harkness from One Five Five Productions.

Poet Hussain Manawer

To coincide with Blue Monday, officially the most depressing day of the year, acclaimed poet Hussain Manawer has released Lonely – a powerful poetic short film aimed to normalise the stigma around asking for help to overcome loneliness. The film is Hussain’s first release of 2021 and comes following the release of Reflections – an emotive poem on Archwell Audio for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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Debut single Paint My Name Black by Singer/Songwriter Cosima Bellamacina

Cosima Bellamacina is a London based singer songwriter and artist. The debut single Paint My Name Black (jazz /pop) is now available on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon Music, Deezer and all music streaming platforms. As soon venues open up Cosima and her band will be playing live to promote her album that will be available in August 2021. Listen to the fanastic debut single here

Paint My Name Black single cover

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Catch up on Nyah’s Maybe It’s A Christmas Concert

18 December 2020 (Los Angeles, CA) – Kicked off your countdown to Christmas with Florence, Oregon’s very own Nyah as InRage Entertainment presents Maybe It’s A Christmas Concert! Fresh off the heels of her debut EP Disconnected Nyah will be performing for her fans in her very first Virtual Concert via Facebook Live! Join us as she performs live renditions of fan favorites including Maybe It’s A Christmas Song, Flowers on My Grave, Slowly Dying, and many more! And in the true Holiday spirit, Nyah will be covering some of your favorite Christmas Classics!

Nyah

A national recording artist at the age of 16, Nyah is not letting the quarantine stop her from connecting with her fans. With the help of her InRage family and iTeam, Nyah is performing in her first-ever virtual concert.

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Town Hall and Symphony Hall release brand new track from grime MC Dapz on the map

A 2-minute and 20 second track from Grime MC Dapz on the Map has been released today by the music charity responsible for Town Hall and Symphony Hall today (Thu 17 December)
The song, ‘Stay Safe’, scores a video showcasing the digital broadcasts from Town Hall and Symphony Hall that have now amassed over a quarter of a million views since they began in April

Birmingham born, multi-talented artist, Dapz On The Map has written a brand-new track for the music charity responsible for Town Hall and Symphony Hall titled “Stay Safe”. The Grime MC’s brand-new song scores a video showcasing the digital broadcasts which have been shared from the iconic Birmingham venues during the pandemic.

As concerts are cancelled and postponed to 2021 as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, Town Hall Symphony Hall has continued to bring live music to the people of Birmingham and beyond. Digital broadcasts from Town Hall and Symphony Hall have amassed over a quarter of a million views since they began in April.

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Social psychologist praises Jesy Nelson’s fighting spirit and shares tips on taking back control

Written by Dr Elle Boag, associate professor in Applied Social Psychology at Birmingham City University

So, it’s confirmed, after nine years of being part of the girl band Little Mix, Jesy Nelson has left the building…and why? Because Jesy has had to endure unrelenting trolling and cyberbullying since appearing on The X Factor in 2011.

Jesy Nelson from Little Mix

Jesy has been targeted for the past nine years about her looks, her body shape and her voice…all of which, in my humble opinion, are odd things to target as I think Jesy is beautiful, has an amazing singing voice and has the figure that many women aspire to or would even go ‘under the knife’ to achieve. However, mine and many hundreds of thousands of voices upholding such a view has little effect on the negativity wrought by the lesser number of cruel online bullies who remain anonymous in order to spread their spiteful and incendiary ‘voice’.

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