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Music Tech Kids, Vol. 1

by Various Artists

Professor David Musial is a master multi-platinum, Audio & Video Engineer & Producer, and as an award-winning professor. He teaches college students and KIDS, how to use the powerful of Music Technology to create Music and Music Videos. 1993-2003
Genre: Pop: Teen Idol
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Let’s Just Hang
MJ Medina
3:16 $0.99
2. Be Great (feat. Brady Cudmore, Abby Rivera & Londell Wilson)
Smart Trax Ensemble
4:16 $0.99
3. Life’s a Rush
Francesca Mazza
3:38 $0.99
4. The Video King
MJ Medina
2:38 $0.99
5. Ya Gotta Reed Wright
Samuel Picassa
3:21 $0.99
6. Hey, You Dropped Something (feat. Lil Ben Baker, MJ Medina & Danilo)
Smart Trax Ensemble
2:39 $0.99
7. Food Sense (feat. Bridgette Valentin & Lashawn Small)
Smart Trax Ensemble
3:41 $0.99
8. We Are Drug Free
MJ Medina
4:42 $0.99
9. Take a Stand
Smart Trax Ensemble & MJ Medina
3:52 $0.99
10. Spread Peace All over the World
Smart Trax Ensemble
3:22 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This collection of 10 songs, is from the prolific, Emmy Award, and other National Award-Winning “Smart Trax®” inspired venture, with children from 10 to 17 years of age, created and produced by master Music & Video Professor David Musial.

“Take A Stand” is the Theme Song for the “Fight For Your Rights: TAKE A STAND Against Violence” campaign created by the National Center for Conflict Resolution Education (NCCRE) for the United States Department of Justice which went on to earn an Emmy Award for MTV! The Hiphop anthem “We, Are, Drug, Free!” won 1st place for “A Partnership For A Drug Free America” as was used by the United States Young Marines at a national Adult Leadership Conference and at a multitude of “DARE Graduations”. It was featured in 3 Shows at DISNEY WORLD for the 2009 International Convention. “Be G.R.E.A.T!” is the them for the United States Marshals “Gang Resistance Education And Training” program. The Video King was inspired by a true story of how one of his 11 year-old music students was treated by his dad, when the did not practice the piano and instead “overdosed” on VIDEO GAMES. (The irony: he was practicing about 2 hours a day. His dad came home early from work one day and caught him now playing a video game. LOL!!!)“Food Sense” was inspired by a TV Series Musial scored for a PBS TV Nutrition series. “Spread Peace All Over The World” was used by the United Nations for the 50th Anniversary during the gran fireworks display!

Some of the artists went on to very unique carers in the world of music & acting. Manny & Joy “MJ” Medina landed their own live TV show series in NYC after performing for arena & sports stadium shows with 10,000, 12,000, even 16,000 kids! Brady® went on to perform in Carnegie Hall, starred in 3 Off-Broadway shows including one at the “Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater” by Lincoln Center, the “Jelsomino” nightclub on Broadway, “Club URBO” in Times Square, on a U.S. Aircraft Carrier on live SIROUS XM National radio and even in the “Hall of Heroes” in the PENTAGON! Ashley Avis earned the title “Miss Teen Model of the Universe” at 16 and went on to direct over 100 TV Commercials in Hollywood, and recently won an award from “Asiacs” and “Foot Locker” as well as the “Mercedes Benz” company for Film Directing!



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