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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Jessica Dalby Is Breaking Barriers with Artist Management Venture P.U.S.H. Entertainment

The entertainment scene is a cutthroat and highly competitive industry. Seasoned talent manager Jessica Dalby observed that for talents and performers to thrive in this kind of environment, they need to find a great support...

Jay Angel Latigo Announces His New Album “Breakthrough” to Be Released under Latigo Music Group

Coming from a tough past filled with hard drugs and meth use, Jay Angel Latigo consciously rebranded himself, picked up his music and is now building his name as a powerful voice in the music...

Logically Abstract and Professionally Street: Barritz Is the Man of Many Hats​​

Photo: Martin Wood Contributor: Tiffany Villarreal (TV Hits) Barritz is not typical in any sense of the word… not as a musical artist, not as record label owner, not as a businessman, not at all. While he...

Musician Kamozie Williams: New COO of Prophetic Productions

At a young age, Kamozie Williams has already achieved much more than he dreamed he would. He is an American keyboardist, a producer, a businessman, and the chief operating officer of Prophetic Productions. This twenty-year-old...

Cole Morehead: Fast-Rising Boston Star Spreading Love through His Music

Like several other musical acts and talents to have come out of Boston, Massachusetts, the ability to blend different genres of music seems like a natural quality of each of these artists, probably owing to...

Indie-Pop Band Bleachers Drops Latest Single “91” on Tiny Desk (Home) Concerts

Source: NPR This week, indie-pop band Bleachers gave fans and listeners a wonderful surprise when they debuted their most recent single, "91." Led by frontman Jack Antonoff, the ensemble performed the song as part of their...

Pop Music Sensation Ali Berke Corners the Music Industry with Her Latest Single “Something to Live For”

Strong female musical acts have been a remarkable staple in today’s growing music industry. More and more talented women have taken it upon themselves to be heard, expressing themselves through the art of songwriting. Ali...

Music Observer’s Top 20 Artists

On the back of a pandemic and the restrictive year 2020, the year 2021 began with higher hopes and aspirations for every person who was affected in one way or another by the pandemic and...

Donyay’s Second Single for the Year “Swipe” Is Set to Break Barriers

At the midpoint mark of 2021, many things have happened all across the music scene and worldwide. And while progress is slow on most fronts, artist Donyay is doubling down on his music. The singer...

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