In this episode Nicoleta explores the relationship between music and happiness with Hope Sheree, a spiritual soul artist, author, blogger and host of “A Dose Of Hope Radio” from Virginia USA.
Selected out of thousands of applicants, Hope is one of the 50 artists to be part of the world’s greatest gospel choir established by the multi-Grammy and Oscar winner Pharrel Williams that has toured the world and had been documented in the Netflix six-part docu-series called Voices of Fire.
Why would a blues and R&B recording artist reaching Top 50 Billboard charts switch to Gospel music?
How HOPE became the “Helping Other People Endure” acronym.
Where to go if you go through personal or social challenges, including illness, the pandemic and the police brutality as an African-American population.
Is Black Lives Matter movement real and what are the most intimate worries of a mother watching her young son leaving to high school and praying that he comes back home safe.
What is the impact of social injustice on people’s mental health? Can kindness and serving others heal us?
How to get a master’s degree whilst recording albums and raising 3 children.
What is multiple sclerosis doing to our health? Can we retain our confidence? Can we still preserve faith and continue to live on purpose?
Is happiness a choice? Can we cultivate an environment where we can be happy? Are distractions making us “really” happy?
Why Pharrell Williams is truly “Happy” and how is he as a human behind the screens?
Is fame a problem for artists?
Finally, listen to Hope singing live for the podcast convinced that music soothes the human spirit.
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