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BRIDGE the GAP


BRIDGE the GAP is an Educational and Entertainment PODCAST It is a very comprehensive initiative that covers the extra-curricular interests of pupils aged 5 to 16 years old.

We are delighted to invite Javone to record an episode about anything she requires or feels passionate about.
The idea is to bring a unique and unprecedented audio and visual learning and lifestyle experience to the subscribers through it’s ingeniously unique content and services.
BRIDGE the GAP has an online platform to cover the following:
Cross culture community link to share cultural ideas and traditions, including food, music and fashion
Homework assistance
A vast network of professionals will be available to offer advice on lifestyle aspects such as career choices, homework, fashion anxiety, entertainment, and much, much more, including various workshops. These will include educators, psychologists, artists, musicians, entertainers such as DJs and various extra-curricular workshop coordinators.
These professionals will work with the pupils under strict parental controls

BRIDGE the GAP aims to encourage individual confidence, bringing out, and allowing the ‘YOU’ in each subscriber to be proud, confident, and ultimately successful!
BRIDGE the GAP audio and video podcast will introduce and enable an almost alien transition from a scheduled learning programme to an ‘out of this world’ learning experience. YES, an ALIEN one!
Fidel Channer, the visionary behind BRIDGE the GAP said, ‘’I wanted to offer a comprehensive service where subscribers would find all their questions and hobbies etc on one and the same platform with just one click. Quite an alien concept, but very possible’’
Bridge the Gap will also be introducing Augmented reality (AR) after it’s developed. AR is an interactive experience of a real-world environment where the objects that reside in the real world are enhanced by computer-generated perceptual information, sometimes across multiple sensory modalities, including visual, auditory, haptic, somatosensory and olfactory. AR can be defined as a system that fulfills three basic features: a combination of real and virtual worlds, real-time interaction, and accurate 3D registration of virtual and real objects.
BRIDGE the GAP’s core interests include:
Accessibility
Education
Environment
Diversity
Inclusion
We use audio and visual to bring stories, pop culture topics, music, DJ tutorials, illustrated children’s books, and more, under one umbrella. BtG will spark the curiosity of children, pupils, and parents alike…

Mar 23, 2021

LOST INTERVIEWS BECKY HILL 'FOREVER YOUNG' 
Laura Alexandra in conversation with BECKY HILL.
Hill talks about working in the studio with 'LITTLE MIX' and more.

LISTEN to 'Forever Young' in  ALIEN BOOTH at the end of this amzing interview.

British singer Becky Hill released her version of "Forever Young" on November 13, 2020 with at least 10p from every download of the song being donated to the food charity FareShare. Hill's cover was selected as the soundtrack to the 2020 McDonald's UK Christmas TV advert; as part of the promotion, McDonald's donated five million meals to FairShare during the 2020 festive season. Becky Hill's version spent six weeks in the UK charts peaking at 35.


With her highly resonant voice and R&B-influenced style, Becky Hill first came to the public's attention competing on series one of The Voice UK. Ultimately reaching the show's semifinal round, Hill emerged a fan favorite and became the first Voice UK contestant to score a number one single when "Gecko (Overdrive)," her collaboration with Dutch EDM star Oliver Heldens, topped the U.K. singles chart in June 2014. 

Born on February 14, 1994 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, Hill was no stranger to music when she first auditioned for the then new The Voice UK in 2012. As a teenager, she had sung with the acoustic rock & soul group Shaking Trees, which created some local buzz and received several plays on BBC Radio. On The Voice UK she made it to the semifinal with her powerful renditions of R&B songs by the likes of John Legend and others, before being eliminated. By her own admission, she was a novice in the music industry game and it took her 18 months to finally get a record deal. In the meantime, however, her sultry, soulful, older-than-her-years voice was highly sought-after by dance artists looking for feature vocalists. Her first recorded appearance, on British drum'n'bass artist Wilkinson's single "Afterglow," went to number eight on the U.K. singles chart. She then appeared on Rudimental's single "Powerless," singing with them at several U.K. festivals in 2013, including Glastonbury. 

Following her success with Heldens, Hill worked extensively with London-based dance producer MNEK and issued her debut solo single, "Caution to the Wind." It showcased a shift toward a more electronica-influenced sound, with twinkling melodies and production reminiscent of Four Tet. The Eko EP appeared in 2017, and included the single "Unpredictable." The single "Sunrise in the East" followed a year later. In 2019, Hill issued a pair of upbeat singles, "I Could Get Used to This," which featured Weiss, and "Wish You Well," which featured Sigala.

Listen out for ‘LAST TIME’ 2021 new single.