Glenda Drewery

Glenda Drewery is a Media Publisher Lead at Music Observer. She works with publishers, broadcasters, news outlets, sports and music organizations, education, and lifestyle brands (among others) to create a healthy ecosystem of diverse content. She ensures clients from the entertainment industry are positioned for success.

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Rich Fayden and Thomas Barsoe Take Their Partnership to the Next Level to Transform OC Hit into a Major Independent Label

The music industry is one of the most difficult for anyone to break into. While talent is needed to get far, having connections or getting discovered plays a more prominent role in a successful career....

Little King Releases Its Seventh Album Titled Amuse De Q

Little King is celebrating its 25th year as a band with the release of its seventh album titled Amuse De Q, a collection of songs that highlight the lyrical talent of frontman Ryan Rosoff who...

Lala Wright: A Beautiful Soul Ready to Share Her Music to the World

Behind all music is a story—not one that all listeners will readily hear as it's often masked behind catchy lyrics and earworm tunes, but there’s a story nonetheless. As is the case with singer and...

Authority Titans Creating a Hassle-Free Way for Brands and Individuals to Make the News

Anybody can start a business or launch a brand these days, but the biggest issue is getting the world to trust and know about what they offer. Over the years, entrepreneurs, celebrity brands and product...

Jr Da Artist Defying all Odds to Pursue Success and Stardom as a Musician

Stories of people coming from tough and struggling backgrounds abound, but the stories become remarkable when the owners make the most of their situations to become notable and successful in their chosen fields. That is...

Voiceveray: Ohio’s Breakout Artist Releases Buzzing Single “Betrayal”

Artists wield significant influence, and some are of the opinion that such influence should be used to impact lives rather than merely for fame or glamor. One of such artists is Voiceveray, who uses his...

The Weeknd’s ‘Blinding Lights’ Is Now the Longest-Charting Song Ever at 88 Weeks and Counting on the Billboard Hot 100

Source: YouTube It’s official. The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” has finally broken its tie with Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive,” edging over the latter and becoming the longest-charting song in Billboard history. The storied success of the track is...

Kanye West’s Donda and the Controversies Surrounding the Music Icon’s Latest Album

Source: The Guardian News broke out across music channels and circles about Kanye West’s latest album after Universal released the record last Sunday. But the long-anticipated release has been met with controversy and a whole pile of...

Andrew Neil Among Top Musicians to Watch Out for in 2021

Not everyone can say they have come out of a series of tragedies stronger and better. However, singer-songwriter Andrew Neil is one of the incredible few who have triumphantly beaten the odds. The one-of-a-kind recording artist...

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Katy Perry at Her Colorful Can’t Cancel Pride’ Performance and Natasha Bedingfield’s on her New Inspirational Video

The two of the most iconic pop stars are making our quarantine chronicles spicier with their latest music projects that will surely make us...

Mick Jagger Remembers His Late Good Friend and Film Producer Steve Bing

The icon Mick Jagger reminisce the good memories he had with the movie producer Steve Bing has died at the age of 55.  Bing had...

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