Hi my name is Ken,
I have the weirdest resume in the entire music industry, with 101 Gold Records to back it up. I am credited in roles such as Producer, Mixer, Songwriter, Arranger, Multi- Instrumentalist, Vocalist and Arr. My client list includes FUN., Mark Ronson, Jay Z, Eminem, J Cole, Drake, OneRepublic, BTS, Lada GaGa, Alicia Keys, and a slew of great independent artists. I have spent much of the last several years developing independent artists, as well as working with majors. As me Anything.
I have a FREE LIVESTREAM from the studio youtube.com/MixingNight TONIGHT 8-10pm
Mixing Night tonight is The income Episode, where (in addition to live sprint mixing and production techniques) i am breaking down the income streams for Artists, Producers, and Engineers. What the different income streams are, where to find them, how to collect them and how you get paid. Tune in live tonight on Youtube.com/MixingNight
Full Discography at KenLewis.com
Thanks to r/Artist_Development and Jake from Creative Rebel Society for hosting this!!!
ASK ME ANYTHING!!!! -Ken Lewis
Doctor visits can be stressful, the more serious the issue, the more stress for you. So it’s hard to remember everything that was said. Being able to listen to the appointment later is really helpful. This is especially true after surgery or any sort of invasive procedure. If you’ve had anesthesia, have your friend record the doctor’s summary of what occurred because you won’t remember it later.
Hi, I’m Stig Severinsen.
I have been called the Ice Guru by Men’s Journal. Some of my other names are the Man Who Doesn’t Breathe and the Human Dolphin.
With four Freediving World Championship titles and multiple Guinness Book World Records to my name, people often fail to describe my chilly feats in words.
Some of my arctic accomplishments…
Became the first person to hold his breath for longer than 20 minutes
Be the first to swim 250 feet under the ice on a single breath of air
Be the only one crazy enough to dive into a freezing lake, wearing only Speedos
And this year, I can add a new Guinness World Record to the list. But this time it is not just about me breaking record. I have set out to break this world record at the start of 2020 to bring the focus on the importance of protecting the oceans from overfishing, plastics and other unnatural destruction. I also want to show that in these trying times, you should never give up chasing your dreams. If I can set a physical world record at the ripe age of 47, I hope it inspires you to pursue what you want and do best.
Longest Dive in the Ocean on a Single Breath: Video, [Validation](https://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/longest-distance-swam-underwater-with-one-breath-(open-water)
[Free eBook and Breath Training Course] (https://www.breatheology.com/free-ebook-covid-19/)
At 19 years and 140 days old, LaMelo has taken the record from Markelle Fultz, who notched his first at 19 years and 317 days old.
He came a long way from recording zero points in his NBA debut, prompting many to prematurely label him a bust.
Previous record was 47 points, Golden State Warriors’ 88-41 lead against Sacramento Kings in 1991-92 NBA season.
I was most surprised by the Hawks with Russell!
Title pretty much sums up my feelings.