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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The Waltons’ Homecoming: A Thanksgiving Gift to Every American Family

Multiple powerhouses have come together to deliver a gift to be remembered this Thanksgiving season. Prominent names in the film and entertainment industry join Kathy Ireland in bringing to everyone’s screens The Waltons’ Homecoming, a...

Paapa-Berchie and Building a Music Career from Scratch on His Terms

From the church to the mainstream music scene, Paapa-Berchie is a 23-year-old music prodigy aiming for success in the hip-hop genre. Paapa-Berchie started his music journey from school choirs, acapella groups, and national music competitions....

Adele to Reside in Vegas from January to April

Photo: Getty Images Caesars Palace Las Vegas will be a new favorite spot for Daydreamers (fans of Adele), as the “Easy on Me” singer announced on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 on Twitter that she will be...

Bri Blvck Announces Her Presence in the Music Scene with an Infective Pop Song, “Paper”

Many music careers have been birthed in the past year, and while some have gotten duly recognized and hit the spotlight fully, many others haven't gotten quite the attention they deserve. Violinist and performer Bri...

‘Product of Us’ at Roger Sanchez in Ibiza Conquers the Audience with Their Exhilarating Tracks and Composition, and They Are Here to Stay

'Product of US' is a musical duo from Ibiza, Spain. They are Darren Rodgers, aka Damon Hess, originally from Sheffield, UK, but decades resident and now a citizen of Spain, and Dale Nolan aka Dayl...

Domani Patron on Turning Darkness into Light through Music and Being Persistent

The journey from obscurity to greatness comes with sacrifices, a great deal of determination, focus, and resilience. All of these are the characteristics that King Domani Patron embodies and has applied to his life’s journey. The...

Rapper and Queer Icon Lil Nas X Debuts His Montero Album at No. 2 in the Charts

Source: Lil Nas X Ever since the release of his hit track "Old Town Road" in 2018, rapper Lil Nas X has been one of the most high-profile artists in the music industry today. Following the...

Music Streaming Platform Tunedly Pushes the Envelope in the Industry With Its Contest to Reward Listeners

A musician’s success can vary, but many can truly say they made it when their tracks break into the charts or become popularized in pop culture. However, with the innovation of technology allowing more musicians...

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....

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