In LA, COVID-19 has transformed life to a large extent, making people sleepless and lifeless, while things, in general, were crazy. Needless to say, news channels sound more like obituaries as COVID-19 took away lives almost every 3 minutes. Every person was worried for their life, and L.A. was essentially paused by Governor Newsome.
While the economy was in a terrible state, the losses sustained by the music industry are practically irreparable. The lockdowns and the restrictions imposed meant that artists could not perform live to generate revenue. Now, the distribution of vaccines has been accelerated, and the Biden Administration undertook the decision to reopen Los Angeles.
This night is a celebration to mark the freedom from the dreaded pandemic in West Hollywood. In West Hollywood, L.P. Rooftop restaurant is a magnificent place offering unparalleled panoramic views of both Hollywood Hills and the world-famous Sunset Strip. Moreover, our party of six obtained permission to play music. My last three months were productively spent covering Entrepreneur/Major Recording Artist Don Chief.
The music that Don Chief creates tugs the heartstrings and touches people’s souls almost immediately. The characteristic southern voice of Don Chief and the effortless hypnotic rap delivery is juxtaposed to help you groove. When ‘BLOCKS,’ his recent hit, engulfs L.P. Rooftop with its rhythmic beats, the audience cannot help but raise their glasses, cheering at this musical marvel.
The lyrics composed by Don Chief narrate the story of a made-man blessed with a superpower of sorts- skin that is resistant to any weather or fire. People across the goal strive to inculcate his leadership traits and spend a substantial amount of money for such credentials.