Ester Rada is an Israeli vocalist, actress and song writer that released her EP “Life Happens” that illustrates her stylized jazz and soulful vocals.
Ester brings forth a reverence for artist similar to Sade, Emile Sande, Corinne Bailey Rae and Amel Larrieux and others that interpolate more than one genre of jazz, and soul into their songs.
In other continents, Ester is performing at Oklahoma Jazz Hall Of Fame, and currently on tour.
She released her second video from “Life Happens” titled “Monster” and she delivers a welcomed departure from the pop scene where at times, singing comes second and image overshadows ability to catch a tune, even with catcher’s mitt.
Ester has enhanced her visibility of a demographic due to her Ethiopian Jazz, groove and because of her diverse background she delivers her musical vision with precision and inventiveness.
This video scenery is alluring and breathtaking and impressionable.
It is obvious through her unyielding drive and abilities which include all of the fine arts and love for the eccentric.
She is one of the reasons I ventured into every other culture, beliefs, and world music, to seek out other artist similar to Ester Rada.
This EP from Ester Rada will carve her unique niche in this ever changing, but flourishing independent musical scene.
Keep Ya Head Up created ***messymandella*** and the reason she is who she is now! Maybe that is a positive for some and a negative for others but the truth is always unwelcomed. It is easier to hate those that want to help than to envision life as the way it was in 1996 and still in 2014, and take part in a change. Tupac told me and others to “Keep Your Head Up” because we do have, as he predicted “a race of babies that hate the ladies!” That is the truth we are fighting for equality and love but are we required to not speak our mind? Remember this song and know that a strong man wants a strong woman. A weak man only wants someone he can control. If Tupac is telling you “To Keep Ya Head Up” damn what anyone else tells you! Real men love Tupac and respect women. They have listened and know how we should be treated. He will show you love!
Tupac did not hate women, and I convinced he did not rape that woman. He loved us, now he the difference between a lady and the other terms are used as synonyms, but are not the same. You don’t take advantage of a woman to make her become a bitch, she is the woman who can bring life into this world. You love her, and show her respect.
She deserves the same chance in life as you do!
You can listen to who you want to tell you different, but look around.
I think I am going to listen to Tupac, until I see a change in the way we are treated and the way we conduct ourselves.