The Veteran's Spouse Project
I'll Be Here Music Video From the Theatrical Production of "I Will Wait"
The strength of the military spouse is shared through the "I'll Be Here" music video from the full-length theatrical production, "I Will Wait." Each day, each week, each month, each year, thousands of military spouses send their soldier's out the door to training exercises, temporary duty assignments, and deployments to get them "mission ready" for the next war or conflict that they have promised to defend our great country against. "Will you wait?" asks the soldier to their spouse as they walk out the door leaving their families behind. I Will Wait is a full-length theatrical production that shares a new perspective of those wars - that of the military spouse. I Will Wait offers insight into the heart of the spouse, validates their feelings, and urges our communities to offer support directly to the military spouse. Find out more about services and resources for military spouses and "I Will Wait" at www.veteransspouseproject.org
Letter to J Cole (Tribute) - T.Swain (producer: B.O.B Beats) - Dreamville
Tyrellswn@gmail.com Instagram: T.Swain Twitter.com/Tyrellswain Soundcloud.com/Tyrellswn Letter to J.Cole was produced by Just Lowe & King D Tha Problem. Video Production was done by Brock Eastom. The beat is used from B.O.B Beatz. Letter to J.Cole was written by me (Tyrell Swain). It was inspired from "Let Nas Down" by J.Cole. Some years back I was introduced to J.Cole's music and I connected to the words he was saying. His style reminded me of Tupac in a way because of the passion in raps and the intelligence he displayed when talking. This wasn't meant to nothing corny or anything, but real true deep appreciation. Hip Hop isn't the same right now. It's hard to come by rappers who speak about real shit in their music and hard to find an artist who I can connect with on a mental level. So I'm appreciative for the real music he puts out for his fans. My goal is to get this song to him or Dreamville. I have goals to someday touch the world thru music. It's won't be easy and I'm not looking for handouts, but an opportunity to do that. And I'm thankful for the great & real rappers who have paved the way for us lyricist type of rappers. Hopefully I can get this song to him or his record label. If not though it's all good. I won't stress about, but I'll keep pushing on until my goals are met. Thank you to everyone who listened. I truly appreciate you all. It means a lot to me. Follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and Soundcloud. And send me emails on what you think about the song and if you want to do a feature. Appreciate you all. Snow On Tha Bluff
The Veteran's Spouse Project
"I Will Wait" (Official Music Video)
The Veteran's Spouse Project is proud to produce a music video featuring the original song, "I Will Wait" by David Todoran. "I Will Wait" is one of five songs from our theatrical production by the same name. We'd like to say a special thank you to all of the military families who shared their special reunion pictures for use in this video. This is for those who wait, who've waited and will wait. VSP waits with you. Written by: David Todoran Performed by: The VSP Band Directed by: Gregory Stieber Shot and Edited by: Frosty Pictures Produced by: The Veteran's Spouse Project WWW.FROSTYPICTURES.COM I Will Wait is a full-length theatrical production that shares a new perspective from generations of wars - that of the military spouse. I Will Wait offers insight into the heart of the spouse, validates their feelings, and urges our communities to offer support directly to the military spouse. Find out more about services and resources for military spouses and "I Will Wait" at www.veteransspouseproject.org
Black America - Tyrell Swain (Prod. ThaGenes1s)
In a country full of oppression of minorities, lack of education within the African American Community, and other problems I decided to write this song called Black America. The was written back in 2016 inspired by Tupac Shukur, J.Cole, Kendrick Lamar, and Michael Jackson.