Music helps express yourself

by Collaborative Blog August 16 2020

Mm, the truth is that nothing happens to me, why should I win but I love music and the bass is one of my favorite instruments along with the ukulele so it is better to have both in a beautiful instrument being realistic, I only write this to participate for I do not doubt that there are better blogs, I would like to win that is obvious to what person is not something that I know that many would like so for no other reasons than my love for music as a means of expression, liberation, rebellion and in all its forms of expression that undoubtedly are many and that changed my life since I had my first contact with it and I found this form of expression (art) I can only say thank you for reading this I apologize for any grammatical errors etc. And those are the only reasons I have thanks. Postscript: I love your videos they helped me when I looked for my first ukulele which I am delighted with and love it .🙂
Joel Hernandez


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