Jade Lipasso (@jadelipasso) — I'm a weird & shy person who's a loner😂, a music lover🎶& a certified soul freak. 🎤
Yeah... this is not the best cover I've ever done but I was just messing around with my falsetto because I rarely use it so I'd thought I'd experiment a little bit. Also I grew sick and tired of mixing my chest voice with my head voice cos I'm lazy 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 This is "I Wanna Know What Love Is by Foreigner. I don't expect you to enjoy it but if you do then that's cool as well so... enjoy I guess haha 😉 . . . #iwannaknowwhatloveis#foreigner#justmessingaround#80smusic#acapella#vocals#raw#mysenseofhumorisgreat#laughingoutloud#nottakingmyselfseriously#havingfun#itsnotthatbigofadeal#singingrandomly#goofy#whydidiusesomanyhashtagsinthisvideo#okayfinalhashtagthenimdone#hashtag.
I haven't posted a cover in a while so this is a cover of my favourite Stevie Wonder songs called "As". . . . #steviewonder#as#soul#singer#outside#cover#soulsinger#artist#soullover#songsinthekeyoflife#isntshelovely#knocksmeoffmyfeet#makeup#vocals#raw#70smusic#sirduke@risingtalents1
The perception of the world we live in can be seen as a happy and healthy environment but in reality the world is seen as a dark place at times. It's gotten to the point where mental health in our environment continues to be ignored by society who think that people who live normal lives are seen as functional... in this case it's not. This is one of those cases where some lives are destroyed through the media. The media can be seen as a good place to put yourself out there, however it can ruin a person's mentality and reputation as the media can create a perception of a person that is seen to be portrayed in a bad light when really; they're human beings. Mental health needs to acquire those who can help a person through encouraging them to lead good lives so that the help they get can be seen as effective through the long term so they don't have to suffer in silence. They don't deserve to go through the trials and tribulations alone. I hope that there will be more facilities and aftercare for those who struggle with mental health so that it's easily accessible for people's mental health to be taken care of. I also hope that there will be more discussions surrounding mental health because we don't discuss things about mental health enough. If we discuss these issues and provide resources we can break the stigma around it and people who struggle with mental health will break through and will live normal lives in the long run. #mentalhealth#fuckthemedia#breakthestigma
This post above is something that was tweeted two years ago but I wanted to share this because this is something that needs to be addressed and spoken about when it comes to using social media as a platform. Somebody decided to tweet this insensitive comment completely discarding rape as a subjective matter by stating that people who have been victimized by rape should own their actions because of how they dress and how they act. First of all how ignorant can this person be by stating you can only get raped by dressing in a certain way and acting a certain way that can attract the wrong kinds of attention??? (that's belittling and confusing to me). Rape can happen to anyone including women. It can affect their livelihood as it can be seen as a traumatic event in their lives and their lives are taken away from them due to that one incident. Also survivors of rape will also be offended by this comment because of what they've been through during that time and how long it took for them to overcome such a scarring event. Just as they have overcome it they have to see comments like THIS as if they are reliving through that awful time. It's not fair on those who were affected by rape. It's the abuser who literally USE and ABUSE their power for the victm to have no control over this situation. They THEMSELVES are the ones to blame and should "take responsibility" NOT THE VICTMS!!!!! The insensitivity, ignorance and just blatant slut shaming needs to stop. It 👏🏽 needs 👏🏽 to 👏🏽 end 👏🏽 now!!!!! Ps. You can come for me in the comments section if you want to but I stand by this COMPLETELY!!!!!
International women's day is about celebrating women who are appreciated for the things they've done to inspire and influence not only women but people around the world. In this case, I am dedicating international women's day to the women in music that have inspired me to be the musician that I am. These women have contributed so much to the music industry due to their prowess and their magnitude that they have implemented towards me by using their talent as their strength to connect with me within their artistry and musicianship in using their gifts continuing to transcend through their presence, delivery & their songs bringing timeless quality. Their accolades and their achievements leave a mark on their legacy to encourage me to believe in myself and to be the best version of myself within the realm of music. I wouldn't be the musician that I am if it wasn't for these incredible women establishing the goals that they wanted to achieve when they first came out and where they are now is a true testament to showing the world how far they've come. Their status and their legacies will never be diminished as their stars continue to shine bright amongst them and their impact towards the music world will never fade. #internationalwomensday#inspiration#legacy#legends
*Disclaimer*: I am not photogenic so don't judge me. Social media is a place where there are people who have the desire to achieve something that is completely FALSE and UNREALISTIC in terms of how we see society today according to cultural standards. At first I was REALLY scared about posting a selfie because of being called ugly with make up or no make up. The word ugly can be mentally scarring ESPECIALLY for me. I was called ugly on the daily and it would affect my confidence so much, I would starve myself and I would question my appearance wondering if I was pretty enough. I would look at girls who are slim, toned and have the perfect face and I would always think to myself "why don't I look like that?" It was a constant battle between myself and my conscience and to me it was all physically, mentally and emotionally frustrating. It made me wish that I was a completely different person, it made me wish that I didn't have to deal with scrutiny about my looks. There are things that I am proud of is having parents bringing me in this world to share how I feel about certain things that trouble me and teaching me how to live life accordingly. However, what I DO need to work on is practicing self love and self care in order for me to not have to ask for anybody's opinion. I'll do my best to grow, evolve and to own my imperfections because I'm perfectly imperfect.
I am still stricken with grief over your untimely death. Words cannot fathom how much I still love your music considering you're no longer here on this earth. Not only were you (and still) one of my BIGGEST influences, you will always remain one of my first crushes to have ever graced the music industry. Your voice, your stage presence and your charisma upheld a certain amount of magnitude that NOBODY could EVER replicate. Your songs were the soundtrack to my life, the way you SUNG those songs spoke to me in such a way; they had such a PROFOUND effect towards me. I knew that I wasn't alone whenever I would listen to your songs. They implicated pain and joy that seemed so raw, so real and so honest; I felt EVERY single note and EVERY single word you were singing as if you were my confidant which meant that I was on this journey with you. When I found out that you had passed away on this fateful day, not only was I in deep shock I had LOST it COMPLETELY. It led me to have a massive breakdown. In 2016 we have lost some of the most influential musicians of many generations but I took YOUR death the hardest since you were a true singer and a true artist. It didn't stop there. I fell into deep depression which led me to feeling sad all the time because your presence was no longer there. Also you were a pioneer for soul music and somehow it made me question whether continuing to do soul music was going to be enough for the music industry that has somewhat become fragmented & fickle. Losing you was one of the HARDEST things that I have ever come to deal with and it's been two years since your heartbreaking death that I was NEVER able to fully recover. People kept telling me to "get over it" and to "move on" and it has CRUSHED me spiritually and mentally. Although you're no longer here anymore, you'll still remain a significant part of my life that will NEVER EVER leave and whilst we're reaching towards the end of 2018, my love for your music, your kindness and integrity will not change, therefore you have been loved and you are STILL loved. I miss you, I love you and I adore you. 🙏❤
I haven't posted a cover in a while because I didn't know what song to cover. Also, I have been struggling with anxiety because of me thinking that my voice wasn't good enough so I hope you enjoy this cover. This song is called "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" by the legendary @carole_king.#soul#piano#singing#caroleking
I don't normally post videos of busking singers on Instagram but I wanted to share something really compelling onto social media. I was walking home from college on the tube & all of a sudden I hear a voice, a voice that left me so captivated & moved. This was an opera singer who sounded like an absolute angel. I rushed to the bottom of the tube & I saw her singing with such emotion that just COULDN'T be resisted/ ignored. I gave her a little bit of change but I didn't want to walk away forgetting this beautiful moment. As she resumed singing I took a video of her because her performance moved me THAT much, I was close to tears. I never knew what her name was but I knew that deep inside she KNEW that singing was her calling Firstly, I want to start off by saying that talent goes a long way. It only goes to far for a person to sing in front of people they don't know even when they're walking past them. If you see something as special as this that touches you, take a moment to fully grasp every single entity that is propelled such as passion, determination and bravery & it takes a lot of courage for a person to share something that is so BEAUTIFUL yet so RARE. Secondly, I want this woman who is singing in this video to know that she is MORE than JUST an opera singer. She is an angel that is god send who was born to share her gift not only to the people at the tube station but to the WHOLE WORLD that will truly manifest in her life. She is TRULY TRULY TALENTED human being that will forever be a true inspiration to somebody's life. That somebody's life was mine. God bless her soul ❤❤❤❤❤ PS. I SINCERLY apologise for my poor camera skills 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂