“I just want to sing,” Cruz says. “But I have come to realize that we don’t live in a world now where you can just focus on creating and be able to make a living off of that. The business side is just as important.”
“The more I started getting into country and the storytelling through the lyrics,” he says, “the more I sort of realized that this was the right fit for me as far as genre.”
“Having the feeling of seeing other people affected by my music is what drives me and makes me feel so passionate. It’s what makes me not want to give up.”
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With Boston full of so much history and culture, it’s natural that there are so many bookstores all around the city. But as Arielle Gray and Cierra Michele noticed, most of those shops lack sections of books written by authors of color. They also saw that certain ...
“We have each other’s backs and we want everybody to succeed,” Rachael tells the the Dig. “We’re not out for ourselves, we’re out for each other.”
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