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What Will The Future Bring To Music?

             
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   What do you think music will be like in 100 years or sooner ? I know music has vastly changed in just my lifetime of over four decades. From vinyl to mp3 and streaming, plus anyone can make a video now. Do you think music will radically change in the next century? Will it become more mechanical


and less vocal,  more vocal 



and less mechanical, or more of a balance? Will any of today's musical artists such as Clay Aiken or Taylor Swift be remembered?  Do you think MattyBRaps has a better chance of success than Justin Bieber in the next five years or more?


               Please give your opinion(s) in the comment form below or  via Twitter @ccol4him with #futureofmusic













Claymania Around The Globe

                      

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                      According to Blogger analytics, most of  Ccol4him's Claymania's visitors come from the following countries; United States, Russia, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Sweden, Canada, China and India.
          Wherever you are from, I'm glad you decided to pop in.







  •  United States   
    Right now, one of the top songs in the USA is;    Superheroes by The Script   
  • Russia      
                            Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Remix) by Lilly Wood & Prick 

  •  Germany   
                  All About That Bass Meghan Trainor
  


  •  France 
        Prayer in C
  • The United Kingdom     
       Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran   

  • Ukraine
    Na Nebi by Okean Elzy

  •  Sweden
    The Days by Avicii 


  •  China  Party In The U.S.A. by Miley Cyrus
 


  •  India   
          Dangerous (feat. Sam Martin)
    by David

    Guetta
 

 Music information came from http://top40-charts.com/ and http://www.dancetop40.com/IN


 

Clay's Valiant Effort

         
         from Entertainment Weekly


                      Election Day 2014 is over. Unfortunately, Clay Aiken lost his bid for Congress with 41 percent of the votes to Renee Ellmers' 59 percent. Unlike his Monty Python character Sir Robin, Aiken fought a good battle and did not run away.

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 Clay's spirits seem undaunted despite his loss,  and he promised that,"My voice will not be silenced, I will continue to use my platform to speak up for what I believe."
               The news isn't all bad. Clay's campaign will be featured in an Esquire documentary next year. Whatever happens next, I'm sure good things are still to come for Clay and his fans.


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Clay Aiken speech after losing Congressional race November 4, 2014 JustinQberry




Clay Aiken's mother on election night by JustinQberry