A Conversation with Joshua T Berglan & Chad Lewine
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On this edition of A Conversation with Joshua T Berglan, Pop, For Good founder Chad Lewine joins the program to discuss the music and entertainment industry, faith, getting out of toxic relationships with narcissists, religion, and making the world a better place for all.
This is a special and wildly entertaining conversation and that may offend some, but at least they will laugh while being upset. lol
Protecting the sanctity of music.
My mission on Earth (this time around) is to protect the vulnerable and lead an effort to heal the mainstream, specifically the music industry. The majority of music being fed to our youth is not only tasteless but toxic.
Media — all entertainment — is being used to desensitize and keep us complacent. Every song I compose, the lyric I write, and note I sing is with the intention of awakening both the individual listener and the collective mainstream; to bring awareness of how music affects us on a subconscious level.
POP, FOR GOOD. What is it?
POP, FOR GOOD is three things — a genre, a concept, a movement within the music industry.
When I say genre, it is more of a concept; a classification applied to: songs that come from a place of enlightening and inspiring vs. discouraging/suppressing. This is not angry vs. happy. We need to cover all emotions, but doing so responsibly. PFG is about the true intention of a song, rooted in the songwriter’s initial intention. That is why songs with more than a few writers may sell well but their intention is diluted down to the last common denominator.
I can’t do this alone. We need more artists and influencers to use their voice for good. We all the help we can get. I am a small spark hoping to ignite a much larger call for moral accountability within the music industry. I aim to spark the initiative in other artists both known and underground.
“We gotta get the word out Bring light back to the industry Bring trust back to the industry Put music before industry ’m not here to preach it I’m here to live it.”
Thank you for being a part of this broadcast!