Inspired by Disney – “Imma Little Princess” AK GirlZ, Two 8 Year olds, Pop Girl Group

the AK GirlZ perform their SINGLE, “Imma Little Princess”, written by the Alexis Wilson Song Factory llc. and inspired by Disney’s Princesses. They are a gifted singing girl duo that love to have fun, play, sing, smile, laugh and perform at a high level in all that they do including the classroom.

Their not just pretty, but they are smart and have BIG dreams and goals! Their names are Anyia and Kalani. They are both 8 year old 3rd graders in Atlanta, Georgia. They are doing it big in the studio and on stage. Be on the look out for more of the AK GirlZ.

The Official AK GirlZ Facebook Page is now up & active. JOIN & LIKE their page @ http://www.facebook.com/OfficialAKGirlZ

“Imma Little Princess”
Written by the Alexis Wilson Song Factory llc.
Music Track by Slantize
If you want the Alexis Wilson Song Factory to write a song for you or your artist, child, teen or adult CALL: 678.744.5396 or email awe.alexiswilson@live.com

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Songwriting is more than just writing lyrics!

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Its actually writing a SONG! A song that has a hot melodic structure, strong content, movement, consistency in verse quality, smooth transitions, marketability, a strong catchy hook, a unique concept that reaches the market in which you are trying to reach, vocal production, vocal arrangements, conviction and feeling, and last but not least, growth.

After you finish with the song, it should have the ability to stand the test of time.

This is what songwriting is. Songwriting is what makes the song complete. As a creator in lyrics, you have to take in account all these areas that I have listed above. One feature of it is just as important as the next feature. They are all needed in order to come to the product finale of a stellar hit marketable song that can be placed in a variety of multi-media.

Songwriting is not easy for those who think it is. When you take into account the characteristics, its very tedious. It is imperative to be a student and stay on top of hot topics, melodic structures, dynamics and animation within a song. Music is constantly changing, you must know how to change with it.

Writing songs is in my DNA. I understand what it takes to put together a great song, a hit song. I have a formula, but my formula may not be the same as yours. It is something that one must find as you focus in on your craft.

Its so important for people to understand what songwriting really is. I’m writing this to open up the minds of writers that its way bigger than what you may see on the surface. You are putting together a film, a scene and in that film and scene, you have to see the whole picture not just one aspect of it.

Paint the masterpiece of your song. Fill in the darker darks and the lighter lights. Let the audience know where the light source is coming from and where the shadows will hit. Choose your medium well, your target market. accomplish the goals of every stroke to gear towards that market while maintaining the identity and personality of the subject matter. The concept and you as its host, must be one. I know you can hear it. break down and build to inherit its proximity (the art term). It is a beautiful thing!

-LeXXah Drew It-

“LeXXah Drew It” Banner By Alexis L.R.

Advertising and promoting my artwork on a whole new level. Elevating the game, “LeXXah Drew It” banner by Alexis L.R. Visual Artist. http://www.facebook.com/LeXXahDrew

Show It On Tha Mic LeXXtape/Mixtape “U Mad” DOWNLOAD on Datpiff & Reverbnation

DOWNLOAD the Show It On Tha Mic LeXXtape/Mixtape which includes, “U Mad” on Datpiff & Reverbnation at
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Written by the Alexis Wilson Song Factory LLC.

My Tag & Signature, “LeXXah Drew It”

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Because I did it.
I Drew it.
Did you know that a canvas can be anything. A canvas can be the ground, the air, a stool, a computer screen, a sheet of paper, a piece of wood, a stellar music track, the mic, a wall, you get the point.

I draw on these canvases all the time.

My Mother & my Father taught me at a young age that anytime I do something, a task, an assignment, a project or whatever it may be, that when I’m finished, people should view my work as the best, high quality, distinguished, astronomical and prestigious, why? Because my name is on it. My signature is on that project and on the track. People will know the worth and value of my work and when they ask who did it? The word on the street will be…

LeXXah Drew It!

I take pride in anything and everything I do. I want people to know what I do and what I did. I want people to say, “Man, that song was all that, it gave me goosebumps or that song is HOT! I want to hear more of her, where can I go to check her out!”

I want people to say, “Man, that art piece was off the chain who did it?”

LeXXah Drew It!

“Man, that blog was beautiful and so was that poem, who wrote that?”

LeXXah Drew It!

You should think of my tag and signature not so much as a first and last name, but moreso as a phrase because really that’s what it is.

Even without the “It” at the end, “LeXXah Drew” is still a phrase. The cool thing about it is I use a whole lot of capital letters. What can I say, I love breaking the rules, breaking the norms and being different.

Attention to detail is huge for me. It’s something that separates the professionals from the amateurs. Even with something little as a phrase.

I am a Multi Artist at a very high level. And when people hear me, see me, hear my work, see my work, read my writings, my blogs, watch my videos etc. all will know LeXXah Drew It!

Yea, my phrase is past tense, but that just means I’m working on yet another stellar joint, record, drawing. I’m about that life, all studio flows. Didn’t you get the memo, there’s not just one studio flow, but many.

This is my tag and this is my signature. Like it or not,

-LeXXah Drew It-

BROKEN RECORD!!!!!!!!!!

I am a songwriter
LeXXah Drew is a songwriter
LeXXah writes songs for a living.
She is cold at writing songs.
LeXXah Drew is a part of a songwriting team called, the Alexis Wilson Song Factory LLC.
Writing songs is what LeXXah Drew & her team does.
Other than songwriting we write songs.
I love writing songs.
In every song, we produce the vocals, arrangements and melodic structures.
We are songwriters.

So, in that section, what can you conclude about me? If you get it wrong, just read that section over again.

NEXT………

I am a visual artist
I see things visually and then I draw them.
I draw visual masterpieces all the time.
I love drawing.
Drawing and designing things artistically is what I do for a living.
I am a designer, visual artist and illustrator.
I am a freelance artist with Tinsley’s LeXarT llc. Graphics & Printing
I am a talented artist, visually and musically.

So, in that section, what can you conclude about me? If you get it wrong, just read that section over again.

NEXT………

I am a basketball player
I love playing basketball
Basketball is my first love
Between singing, writing songs, drawing or playing basketball, I would choose playing basketball because out of everything that is where my heart is.
Hooping is fun.
LeXX got game, mad skills on the court.

Basketball is my favorite sport.

I really like playing basketball.

So, in that section, what can you conclude about me? If you get it wrong, just read that section over again.

-LeXXah Drew It-

Remember What You Wrote……….

……..So that many years from now you can remember how you thought, what you thought and how you grew.

It’s a great reference for self-evaluation.

I look at things that I’ve written in the past and it just amazes me to see how I was thinking and the ideas that came across my mind. It’s just crazy thinking about it.

The cool thing about it is, when I read past writings or stories or blogs, I can feel that exact moment and feeling that I felt when I wrote it. The atmosphere around my mind just comforts my mindset and I sit there and laugh or smile. Its like I’m sitting there watching myself from days ago or years ago.

Remembering what you wrote can allow you to remember not only who you were then, but who you want to be. Sometimes the moments of the past can do that. We as people go through transformations daily. We are forever and always reconstructing our identity because believe it or not, we are constantly changing.

The goal in life is to get better, wouldn’t you say?

Remembering what you wrote can help you understand the thought process of not only what you had, but the thought process of your own child. You can relate at a more personable level to remind you that you were once a child. At one point in time you thought like this and did this or you went through this and thought this way.

In those moments when they come to be, you don’t have to contradict yourself in teaching or disciplining in your child. You don’t have to condemn them for actions, thoughts and growing pains that they have because you as the parent went through it yourself.

History repeats itself and so you can witness similar mistakes and/or tendencies and still you can laugh because you know that, that was you at one point. I know not everyone has a child or children, but it is a unique analogy that demonstrates the value and purpose of remembering what you wrote.

It is much like practicing what you preach, but not all that you have written is about teaching. The ideas and concepts that you come up with or emotions that you had in a particular situation or a trial that you went through and you learned from it.

THIS IS YOUR LIFE.

Remember what you wrote not just for your self venting, motivation, encouragement and reinventing purposes, but remember what you wrote to help you help understand someone else and not according to you, but for them. Scenarios will never be exactly the same, but your lyrics, your writings, your poems, your short stories, your memoirs, your persuasion pieces, your diaries, your blog entries, your books, your songs and your side notes are references to not only your life, but a life and lives to be.

Think of it as grooming and molding. Remember what you wrote. Go back to the beginnings of your chapters. There will be pain, sorrow, happiness, joy, excitement, laughter and many other emotions, but it is your testimony of how far you have come. You went through and you came out. You created something and it was beautiful. You learned something and you taught it to someone else who needed to hear it and read it. You were down about something, but you used those words of yours to motivate and uplift morale. And it all came from what you wrote.

ALWAYS REMEMBER MY FRIEND.

-LeXXah Drew It-

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