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New Orleans Songtress Ariee Jackson Touring W/ High School Nation Tour in the DMV area & Chicago

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New Orleans singer Ariee Jackson will be joining High School Nation Tour in the DMV area & Chicago in October. Over the past 10 years High School Nation has become the country’s largest high school touring agency.
HSN gives exposure to up-and-coming artists, as well as provides students with free entertainment at a time when funding for the arts has been severely cut nationwide. High School Nation is dedicated to helping public schools advance in music, arts and sports.
Ariee uses her platform for women and youth empowerment through music. She recently was featured as an emerging artists at last 2018 Essence Festival and released her new EP “8”

Myhellofalife.Com got a chance to ask Ariee Jackson a few questions about her upcoming tour with High School Nation starting in October.

MHOL: How were you selected to take place in the high school nation tour?

Ariee: HSN (High School Nation) selected me for the fall tour after coming across my ReverbNation page. They expressed that they were big fans of my music and impressed with everything I have accomplished thus far. They invited me to participate on the tour and I couldn’t be more excited to hit the road.

MHOL: Why is it so important to you to make you’re self available to a program geared towards helping kids with having musical education in the schools?

Ariee: It’s important to me to give back to music education because it was done for me when I was younger. By having access to nonprofit arts programs, I got a taste of creating and performing live, which had a huge influence on me as an artist. It’s the reason I am a musician today. It is a personal mission of mine to give back and keep the arts alive for many generations. We need music. We need art.

MHOL: What do you hope to take with you out of this experience?

Ariee: I hope to reach as many people as I can with my music. I want to meet new people, other artists, and grow my fan base, all while giving back. It’s a win-win.

MHOL: Im assuming you will be performing tracks from you’re recent EP 8 how excited are you to present this music to a youthful crowd?

Ariee: I can’t wait to share my music. Connecting with people is the motivation behind everything I do. I work hard and consistently to create music and run the business side of things. The reward is connecting with the youth. For me, it’s what it’s all about.

MHOL: Can you explain why this EP is named “8”?

Ariee: I named my E.P. 8 after the eight years I have been performing professionally leading up to my first project. The number embodies my growth over the last eight years as a person and an artist. I started writing my music for this project in August (the eighth month). I’m super into numerology and my life number is 8, so it just all came together and manifested that way. It just fit! 

To learn more more about Ariee Jackson and HSN check out the links below and enjoy a video from her EP “8” also..

Instagram: @arieeariee
photo credit: @ellebelle504
story source: Katy Sandusky
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“Live good Drink good Eat good” Graduate of Dillard University majoring in Public Relations/Brand Imaging. A New Orleans Native but born in Memphis,TN. Was raised as a Air Force brat having lived before in Germany and visited frequently to countries like England and France. While living in Europe a love for fashion and all things extravagant became a lifestyle easy to embrace. Returning to New Orleans fashion still played a major role in life for him. Now partnering with long time friend Nick to create the chic cultural blog site Myhellofalife.com Yoey is focused more than ever on making his dreams a reality, while doing what he enjoys the most; enjoying a hell of a life.

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