#CoverOfTheWeek| Malynda Hale – “Writings on the Wall” (Sam Smith Cover)

Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, actress, business entrepreneur and activist Malynda Hale has seemingly forged a stellar reputation with her elegant and effortless simplicity throughout a multitude of musical genre’s intertwined, whilst showcasing superb vocal control, warm texture, classic diva-like power and undisputed technical dexterity which leaves listeners breathless. Hale’s immaculately divine cover of GRAMMY Award-winning Sam Smith’s “Spectre” soundtrack smash “Writings on the Wall” prolongs the ongoing narrative that has come to define Hale courtesy of issuing more than a mere solid interpretation from a female perspective on the 007 global hit. Hale’s sublime cover of “Writings on the Wall” is chiefly devoid of productional mimickry and gimmicks, which enables Hale and the basic yet brilliant piano-laced production to merge resolutely on “Writings on the Wall”. “Writings on the Wall” has generated seventeen thousand plays on Soundcloud.


The California-born vocal powerhouse diva is exceptionally well versed in vocal performance and musical broadway production theater, which has witnessed Malynda Hale’s music acquiring credible kudos from Rant Hollywood, Music Connection Magazine, Pandora, Spotify, iLocal Radio and BWD Radio. Furthermore, Hale has received accolades in the ASCAP PLUS Award for Independent Artists, City of Chicago’s Independent Artist Grant, and the Top Singer/Songwriter Award in the First Annual Independent Artist Network Music Arts Awards.

Malynda Hale’s recently released fourth studio album entitled “Pieces of Me” features production by Kevin Porter (Flashgrove Music) and Darren “BabyDeeBeats” Smith. Unequivocally, “Pieces of Me” is a wholeheartedly sincere and heartfelt record which ultimately reflects Malynda Hale’s innate ability and artistic integrity as both a singer and songwriter.

Malynda Hale – “Writings on the Wall” (Cover Audio) 

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#SpotlightInterview| America’s #1 Opportunity Trainer J.J. Birden

Born in Portland Oregon, JJ went to the University of Oregon where he was an outstanding Track & Field star who was destined for the 1988 Olympics but an unfortunate injury broke that dream. He was one of the first prototype track stars to successfully “walk on” and excel at football for the Oregon Ducks. Despite being the 216th pick in the 1988 NFL draft with a size of 5’10 157 lbs., and plenty of doubters,  JJ’s still went on to played 9 productive years in the NFL. (JJ’s NFL highlight film )

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March 2015, Sports Comments (0) |

| FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015: The Rise of the United States Women’s National Team

The United States Women’s National Team last won the FIFA Women’s World Cup sixteen years ago when Brandi Chastain scored the decisive winning goal in the first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup on July 10, 1999. It was a turning point for women’s soccer in the United States as the popularity of women’s soccer seemingly increased by 45% after 1999, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations.

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October 2014, Sports Comments (0) |

#InspirationalInterviews| IAAF Diamond League 2014 Champion And Two-Time Olympic Medalist Dawn Harper Nelson

Professional Track Athlete Dawn Harper Nelson is a two-time Olympic medalist, winning the gold medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, and the silver medal at the 2012 Olympics in London (12.54), in the women’s 100-meter hurdles.

The East St. Louis, Illinois native started her track career at East St. Louis High School, East St. Louis, Illinois, where she graduated from high school as a six-time, three each in 100-meter and 300-meter hurdles, Illinois High School State Champion, garnering the attention of UCLA‘s Track & Field Head Coach, Jeanette Bolden, who traveled from Los Angeles to St. Louis, MO to personally recruit her and offer a full athletics scholarship. She would attend UCLA, known for having one of the best programs for the 100-meter hurdles and launched the careers of six-time Olympic Medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee and two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Gail Devers.

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June 2014, Sports Comments Off on | LeBron James Returning To Cleveland Cavaliers |

| LeBron James Returning To Cleveland Cavaliers

The King is going home.
After weeks of speculation, basketball superstar LeBron James announced early Friday afternoon through Sports Illustrated that he will return to the place where he started his NBA career, with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The move ends a successful four-year run with the Miami Heat, the team James bolted to after a making his declaration four years ago with his now famous “Decision” in front of NBA fans worldwide in the early summer of 2010. Of course, his departure from Cleveland didn’t sit well with Cavs fans, particularly team owner Dan Gilbert.

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In-spireLSTV, Sports Comments Off on | FIFA World Cup 2014: President Barack Obama Congratulates USMNT |

| FIFA World Cup 2014: President Barack Obama Congratulates USMNT

President Barack Obama made a call directly from the White House in Washington, D.C to personally congratulate FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 USMNT heroes Tim Howard and Clint Dempsey on USMNT’s overwhelming effort to inspire a nation in Brazil; Howard and Dempsey received the certified stamp of approval from Obama whilst in Sáo Paolo.

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Team USA Storming Ahead To Olympic GOLD!

Team USA is closing in on a second consecutive Olympic gold medal.  The Americans used an all-around effort to take down Australia, 119-86, in quarterfinal play on Wednesday.  A competitive start soon turned into another rout for the U.S. It’s been that same recurring theme for this squad ever since they arrived in the UK,  but the Americans seemingly find their spark in the second half and ride it to victory.

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