Turning faith into inspiration – Interview with Froilan Villegas
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Turning faith into inspiration – Interview with Froilan Villegas

We are so used to perceiving music as a mere means of entertainment and we rarely forget that it can actually convey a strong message. In the case of Froilan Villegas, the combination of rock, pop, country, and even jazz sound is a way to pass on his religious beliefs for those who might need and appreciate them. In a world where cynicism and consumerism reign it’s worth at least looking through the eyes of somebody who strives for something…

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Everyone Wins with Drooble at The International Songwriting Competition 2018

This year’s edition of The International Songwriting Competition (ISC) is going to be huge and you have only a couple of days to submit your track! The already extended deadline for ISC 2018 is November 5 and it’s your chance to enter the competition and have your music heard by world-acclaimed artists and top tier industry professionals. The ISC is open to both amateur and professional songwriters, if you’ve already applied with some of your tracks you can use this…


This is Where I Make Music – YouTube Featured Video

November is here and the autumn is at its midst (at least where the Drooble HQ are), so we guess it’s time to let you know who won last month’s YouTube Featured Video Contest, right? We asked you to show us an official music video for a song of yours and as any other time we got some awesome submissions, but the 3 winners we chose are: Agnes Milewski with “Soma”, Kafetti with “Up in Here”, and Funkturm with “ONIL”!…


Album review – Roger Cultee – Mud

Roger Cultee doesn’t have a cult… yet. But he’s Native American and trust us, he knows how to summon spirits and battle demons. But he isn’t the kind to mumble magic spells under strained breath – no. Rather, he’s a man of brash rock and roll with the soul of a bluesman and calloused fingers that strained a thousand loud, wailing, screeching notes from his guitar to the delight of ghosts of bluesmen past. His second record may be titled…


Richmond Amankwah Will Put A Smile On Your Face

Finally! Some good old reggae on Drooble! Ghana-based singer, songwriter and guitarist Richmond Amankwah embodies everything reggae tries to teach and it’s no coincidence he chose this particular music style to reach the hearts of people. And that’s exactly what he’s doing – quite successfully, we might add. Here’s a glimpse into his work and his thoughts: How and when was your relationship with music born? I started my singing when I was at the age of 4 to 5years.I sung School Nursery songs to…