G Douglas Creating Music and Pushing a Music Career that Addresses Important Societal Ills

Passion for one’s craft is one thing but using that craft to contribute to a better world is another thing. This explains Garcia Douglas’ story and journey as a musician and all she has tried to achieve with her gifts and talents.

Picking up the reins of music at a very young age as a hobby, G Douglas, born Garcia Douglas developed her skills by joining the church choir. She discovered many things she could do and started flexing them to the fullest. She never shied away from an opportunity to sing and perform, and with time, as she improved, she had her mind set on taking things professionally.

Over the years, she has not only grown professionally as a musician but also as a person with a growing influence and powerful voice who understands that she’s capable of driving change in her world. Growing up, she has set her musical career on the path of conscious music even though she tries to explore multiple genres and styles. She fuses R&B, Soul, and Reggaeton to create her own version of uniquely eclectic sound with unparalleled richness, depth, and flair. In addition, G Douglas has made domestic violence a dominant theme in her music, and she hopes to inspire the world to start paying attention rather than looking the other way.

The G Douglas brand sees entertainment beyond what the average eyes see. She cares deeply about happiness, hope, and prosperity and is committed to making sure that the average person can achieve these. By fighting domestic violence and doing something to put an end to it, she believes she’s playing her part. With her concise, deep, and meaningful lyrics, she has carved herself a niche that places her in the position as an ally and powerful voice for the powerless.

G Douglas draws inspiration from iconic musicians like Michael Jackson and Bob Marley. She hopes to fashion her career to reflect the strong messages and ideals that these artists represented when they were alive. She’s never scared to experiment or try new things out, and whenever she deviates from her typical R&B musical style, she goes out of her way to create something iconic. One of such deliveries can be found in her song, “I Say No,” where she combines elements like reverb and slow tempos to give a 90s R&B vibe and talk about domestic violence.

For a growing musician, this is uncharted territory, but G Douglas remains undeterred, as what she believes in is what she wants to stamp as her identity. Over the next few years, she hopes to be known as the artist making giant strides through her music to make life better for the powerless, voiceless, and oppressed. She also looks forward to getting accepted for her music style and releasing chart-topping, impactful and influential songs to send the right messages into the world.Learn more about Garcia Douglas on her Facebook and Instagram pages. Also, stream her music on Spotify and YouTube.

Eric Thomas
Eric Thomas is an Entertainment Journalist. He has spent almost a decade of his life supporting music enthusiasts shine in the competitive industry they are in. He has worked closely with artists in the past and posted all these stories for the public to see.

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