Ben Prada – ‘Club Life’ The Album scheduled for April

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Its been just over 4 years now since the start of Universal Grooves Records, and the Founder Ben Prada is been busy at releasing tracks after track along side with some of the greatest talents of the world, from Deep to EDM, House music where he put his love towards and continued to show emotions thru his beats,

Overall about 15 singles been released and whooping 9 of them been aired with BBC Music Introducing, along in November 2017 he did the very first DJ set ever in BBC Radio Lincolnshire mixing 5 amazing tracks, After the live session, he was rewarded an Artist page at BBC Music

Since then he came back with exclusive two new tracks and decided to rerelease an Album which combined with all the selected tracks from the main stream which is 9 tracks:

1: Summer Love

2: Pandora 
3: Love is the way   –  (EXCLUSIVE )

4: Turn on the light 
5: Heartbeat 
6: Golden Fizz

7: International 
8: Our Lives 

9: Lets Go

This amazing selection of tracks that represented his very first Album ‘Club Life’
The Album will go sale in the April the 10th this year on most digital stores and music sites such as Apple Music, Deezers, Spotify, Beatport, Google Play, and many more.

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Do you See the Reality ? Maybe You are hiding it from your self.

what-you-are-allowed-to-see-vs.-realityIt sounds like something you’d hear at a yoga retreat – or from someone who has fried their brain on LSD.

But the reality we all see might actually be an illusion, according to neuroscientist Donald Hoffman.

Hoffman believes that our brains hide the REAL reality from us because – put simply – it would blow our freaking minds.

Hoffman says that our brains have evolved to simplify things, much like a computer desktop makes it simple for us to visualise files in the form of little squares and rectangles.

In a TED talk, Hoffman illustrates his point by showing off a file on a computer desktop.

‘The icon is blue and rectangular and in the lower right corner of the desktop,’ he says.

‘Does that mean that the text file itself in the computer is blue, rectangular, and in the lower right-hand corner of the computer? Of course not.

‘Anyone who thought that misinterprets the purpose of the interface.

‘It’s not there to show you the reality of the computer. In fact, it’s there to hide that reality.’

‘That’s the key idea. Evolution has shaped us with perceptions that allow us to survive.

‘They guide adaptive behaviours. But part of that involves hiding from us the stuff we don’t need to know.

‘And that’s pretty much all of reality, whatever reality might be. If you had to spend all that time figuring it out, the tiger would eat you.’

‘According to evolution by natural selection, an organism that sees reality as it is will never be more fit than an organism of equal complexity that sees none of reality but is just tuned to fitness. Never.’

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IVAN – UK National Tour Hailing from Lisbon, Portugal young upcoming DJ/Producer Edgar Oliveira also known as IVAN. IVAN into music on his early 15, leading him on the production side when he…

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How to Use Social Media Properly ( 6 Valuable Advice )

Social media, it’s something all of us use, and a reality that children are now introduced to at a very young age. It’s a powerful tool that seems to be involved in the daily lives of many people. Millions of people are constantly flocking to popular social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Vine to give and receive the latest scoop on almost everything.

Don’t get me wrong, in some ways this is awesome because there is no denying that social media has connected us all in ways we couldn’t have imagined. This connection allows us all to become more aware of valuable information, and it also allows us to share it. Some of this is information that we wouldn’t have easy access to if it weren’t for these social media platforms. The rapid growth of social media is likely the leading contributor to why alternative media platforms -such as our site -have become as widespread as they are today.

Within this article however, I would like to focus on the other side to social media -in particular some of the habits, addictions and ego driven things many of us seem to do quite regularly. Here is a list of 6 things that I believe we all need to stop doing on social media:

1. Stalk The Life Of A Former Partner
We’ve all done it, some of us openly flat out love to do it, but that doesn’t necessarily make it healthy. Using social media to regularly check in and follow the life of a former partner is a surefire way to keep unnecessary attachments strong and also sets you up for a lot of drama filled mental comparison. It’s one thing to use social media to remain friends with an ex, but it’s another thing to use it as a tool to keep track of them. Remember that you broke up for a reason, you never did own them and certainly do not now and monitoring their every move will only preoccupy you with thoughts in the opposite direction of truly moving on.

2. Create An Ideal You
One thing that social media profiles offer us that real life interaction cannot, is the opportunity to master the creation of a false persona. We hand select which pictures we post, formulate the perfectly witty status update and choose to follow and like the groups and posts that we feel best represent who we want to be perceived as. The end result, an ideal you that in reality I’m sure very few of us can actually live up to. Rather than creating a false self that is bound to crumble if ever faced in person, why not use social media as the perfect platform to truly be yourself and connect with likeminded individuals?

3. Poke Fun Of Or Respond To Something Angrily
Being on the other end of a bigger social media page I regularly get to see all of the colours of social media commenting. No matter how researched, factually supported, or simple a post you put up may be, you will always have 1 to 2 “smart ass” remarks for every 50 made in support. It’s not to say that everyone needs to agree with everything that is posted or shared, it’s just that there is a definitive difference between constructive criticism that presents an opposing view to be considered and a smart ass remark fuelled by spite, anger or hatred. Next time you find yourself disagreeing with something, opt to take the more sensible approach, which ultimately is way more likely to be taken seriously.

4. Compare Yourself To Others
With the lives of so many people at our fingertips it’s easy to find ourselves regularly comparing ourselves to countless friends, family and acquaintances even as we simply scroll our news feed. Rather than compare ourselves to the social media lives of others, instead choose to either genuinely celebrate or pay no attention to what they share. There is always going to be someone publicly sharing something (a relationship, job promotion, a killer beach body) that your mind will want to be jealous of, whether or not you let it, is up to you.

5. Make It Your Primary Form Of Socialization
As cool and connective as social media may be it never has and never will trump in-person socialization. Just as you make sure to make time to regularly check your news feed, make sure to make even more time to connect with people in person.

6. Post Things Solely To Get Attention/ Gain Approval
Getting a like, comment, share, retweet, pin or any of the other fancy signs of approval can always be a pleasant experience, especially when it comes in response to a very genuine post. The issue I’d like to bring our attention to is when we specifically choose to post things with the sole purpose of hoping to get attention or to gain approval. I’m not trying to be the post police here, since I’m sure several posts scattered across my own social media account could come across in this way. The intention is to get us all to reflect on our true motivation behind things, and rather than always look externally for something to make us feel better, to instead look internally and hopefully learn to love ourselves for who we are regardless of whether or not anyone else agrees.

What We All Can Use Social Media For Instead
A lot of these may seem very common sensical but here are some of the more healthy ways that we can use social media:

To keep in touch with friends and relatives
To connect with like-minded people all over the world
To support one another
To follow and share posts from pages that inspire you
To help spread awareness of non-mainstream news
To bring us all together more easily to create and inspire change
Let me know what you think of this list via the comment section below. Is there anything that you disagree with or would like to add?


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Domain Name is important (Why ?)



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10 valued advice for a peaceful relationship

“Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.” ~Dalai Lama

Though Valentine’s Day is coming up this month, this is not a post about romance. It’s about any relationship—with your brother, your mother, your coworker, or your friend.

And I admit I am not an expert.

I’ve made a million and one mistakes in relationships. I’ve expected too much. Or not asked for what I needed in fear of rocking the boat. I’ve been competitive. I’ve been suspicious. I’ve been dependent. I’d like to think what redeems me from all these mistakes is that I’ve also been honest.

Being self aware, in my opinion, is far more valuable than being perfect—mostly because the former is attainable and helpful, while the latter is neither.

Relationships are not easy. They mirror everything we feel about ourselves. When you’ve had a bad day, the people around you seem difficult. When you’re not happy with yourself, your relationships seem to be lacking.

If you’ve ever gotten in a fight only to find yourself wondering what you were really upset about, this post may help you. If you’ve ever been disappointed because someone didn’t meet your expectations, this post may help you, too. Feel walked on and unheard? You guessed it—there’s likely something in here that will help you change that.

We don’t live in a vacuum. We have thoughts and feelings that can be confusing. Other people do too. And just like in the movie Crash, they don’t always collide smoothly.

When I apply these ideas, I feel confident, strong, compassionate, and peaceful in my interactions. I hope they can do the same for you.

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1. Do what you need to do for you.

Everyone has personal needs, whether it’s going to the gym after work or taking some alone time on Saturday morning. If someone asks you to do something and your instinct is to honor you own need, do that. I’m not saying you can’t make sacrifices sometimes, but it’s important to make a habit of taking care of yourself.

Someone once told me people are like glasses of water. If we don’t do what we have to do to keep our glass full, we’ll need to take it from someone else—which leaves them half full. Fill your own glass so you can feel whole and complete in your relationships.

2. Give people the benefit of the doubt.

It’s tempting to doubt people—to assume your boyfriend meant to hurt you by not inviting you out with his friends, or your friend meant to make you feel inadequate by flaunting her money. People who care about you want you to feel happy, even if sometimes they get too wrapped up in their own problems to show it well.

Sometimes they may be hurtful and mean it—let’s not pretend we’re all angels. But that won’t be the norm. It will likely be when they’re hurting and don’t know what to do with it. Odds are they’ll feel bad and apologize later. If you want to get good will, share it by seeing the best in the people you love. When we assume the best, we often inspire it.

3. Look at yourself for the problem first.

When you feel unhappy with yourself, it’s easy to find something wrong in a relationship. If you blame another person for what you’re feeling, the solution is on them. But this is actually faulty logic. For starters, it gives them all the control. And secondly, it usually doesn’t solve the problem, since you didn’t actually address the root cause.

Next time you feel the need to blame someone for your feelings—something they did or should have done—ask yourself if there’s something else going on. You may find there’s something underlying: something you did or should have done for you. Take responsibility for the problem and you have power to create a solution.

4. Be mindful of projecting.

In psychology, projecting refers to denying your own traits and then ascribing them to the outside world or other people. For example, if you’re not a loyal and trusting friend, you may assume your friends are all out to get you. It’s a defense mechanism that allows you to avoid the discomfort of acknowledging your weaknesses. There’s no faster way to put a rift in your relationships.

This comes back to down to self awareness, and it’s hard work. Acknowledging your flaws isn’t fun, but if you don’t, you’ll continue seeing them in everyone around you. And you’ll continue to hurt. Next time you see something negative in someone else, ask yourself if it’s true for you. It might not be, but if it is, identifying it can help create peace in that relationship.

5. Choose your battles.

Everyone knows someone who makes everything a fight. If you question them about something, you can expect an argument. If you comment on something they did, you’ll probably get yelled at. Even a compliment could create a confrontation. Some people just like to fight—maybe to channel negativity they’re carrying around about the world or themselves.

On the one hand, you have to tell people when there’s something bothering you. That’s the only way to address problems. On the other hand, you don’t have to let everything bother you. When I’m not sure if I need to bring something up, I ask myself these few questions:

Does this happen often and leave me feeling bad?
Does this really matter in the grand scheme of things?
Can I empathize with their feelings instead of dwelling on my insecurity?

6. Confront compassionately and clearly.

When you attack someone, their natural instinct is to get defensive, which gets you nowhere. You end up having a loud conversation where two people do their best to prove they’re right and the other one is wrong. It’s rarely that black and white. It’s more likely you both have points, but you’re both too stubborn to meet in the middle.

If you approach someone with compassion, you will open their hearts and minds. Show them you understand where they’re coming from, and they’ll be willing to see your side. That gives you a chance to express yourself and your expectations clearly. And when you let people know what you need at the right time in the right way, they’re more likely to give that to you.

7. Don’t be afraid to be vulnerable.

There are all kinds of ways you can feel vulnerable in relationships: When you express your feelings for someone else. When you’re honest about yourself or your past. When you admit you made a mistake. We don’t always do these things because we want to maintain a sense of power.

Power allows us a superficial sense of control, whereas true, vulnerable being allows us a sense of authenticity. That’s love: being your true self and allowing someone else to do the same without letting fear and judgment tear it down. It’s like Jimi Hendrix said, “When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.”

8. Think before acting on emotion.

This one is the hardest for me. As soon as I feel hurt, frustrated, or angry, I want to do something with it—which is always a bad idea. I’ve realized my initial emotional reaction does not always reflect how I really feel about something. Initially, I might feel scared or angry, but once I calm down and think things through, I often realize I overreacted.

When you feel a strong emotion, try to sit it for a while. Don’t use it or run from it—just feel it. When you learn to observe your feelings before acting on them, you minimize the negativity you create in two ways: you process, analyze, and deal with feelings before putting them on someone else; and you communicate in a way that inspires them to stay open instead of shutting down.

9. Maintain boundaries.

When people get close, boundaries can get fuzzy. In a relationship without boundaries, you let the other person manipulate you into doing things you don’t want to do. You act out of guilt instead of honoring your needs. You let someone offend you without telling them how you feel about it. The best way to ensure people treat you how you want to be treated is to teach them.

That means you have to love and respect yourself enough to do that: to acknowledge what you need, and speak up. The only way to truly have loving, peaceful relationships is to start with a loving, peaceful relationship with yourself.

10. Enjoy their company more than their approval.

When you desperately need someone’s approval, your relationship becomes all about what they do for you—how often they stroke your ego, how well they bring you up when you feel down, how well they mitigate your negative feelings. This is draining for another person, and it creates an unbalanced relationship.

If you notice yourself dwelling on pleasing someone else or getting their approval, realize you’re creating that need. (Unless you’re in an abusive relationship, in which case I highly recommend getting help.) Instead of focusing on what you can get from that person, focus on enjoying yourselves together. Oftentimes the best thing you can do for yourself and someone else is let go and give yourself permission to smile.

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Annual celebration of 2015 -16

This holiday season, at Media Emperor my self and Team want to the thank you for your continued support throughout the years and update you on some of the progress we made in 2015.

It’s been a year of many significant achievements, and it is important that we should thank each one of you for your support and your efforts in helping spread the music, and continued to educate others about Media Emperor our partners and whats more to come.

It is important to know that we are making a difference, specially where we are now in slice of heaven called Boston in Lincolnshire, with time we will eventually reach our goals from locally to globally. it is now the second straight year of Media Emperor and has been the most productive time for the company in Boston but really slowly but surely our music is filtering out around the globe. it is now appearing as the signs of the successful work with ambitious members.

Your support and dedication have also helped us progress better and believe we already received interest of many private industries and agencies, Here are just a few examples of our continued progress and successes from this year.

We have launched Our official Web (Blog)
5 Author’s
2 part time office employees
Weekly updates ( Dance Music, DJ’s, NightClub’s, Life Style )

Our Label :

IVAN – Ben Prada
Signed over 10 Artist’s ( International )
Released over 60 Singles, 4 EP’s (Worldwide)
4 Airplay on Main Stream (BBC Radio)
One full one part time employee

Edge of Partnering with Management and Bookings
Actively in search for the right gigs for DJ’s
Provide necessary documents
DJs safety and Event satisfaction main prior

We have partnered in with web Radio channel and set to stream for 24/7 beside with Digital Dance Mag criticising today music.

We raised donations for:
DEC (March)
Sense (June)
British Heart Foundation (December)
Lincolnshire Community Foundation (September)


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Theres so much more happened and wanna let you know I greatly appreciate your continued support and I believe we can all be proud of the amazing progress at Media Emperor and partners has achieved in our common goal to secure a happy, successful future, not only for ourselves but for generations to come. I look forward to continuing to inform and support you in the New Year on our journey toward empowering nothing but the Dance Music and the people who lifts the emotions.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all.

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Faith in Humanity Restored

Young delivery driver starts work with load of pizza ordered for the local church.
He takes the pizzas to the church and waits to get paid, then father tells him to take one of the box and meet him in the stage.

Confused driver during times already having a hard time and keen to go back to work, wonders why should i, at mean time just wanna get it done.
with father questioning and blessing him, the church decides to raise money for the young men, and all  hands in pocket, the young driver receives a whooping $700.

Overwhelmed by the attention and love, the speechless driver think it deserves a video shot of the moment with happy tears.

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Toxic Emotions by IVAN

since the August 2014 head down IVAN has been putting great performance with his productions, ‘Without you’ hitting the BBC Radio main stream, IVAN had great dance tracks lined up.

After producing the Do it Right, IVAN had some passion calling him a little techy a little future, with his composing abilities allow him thrive between genre to genre, he has finally found a great song to end the year and perfected with an EP.

OUT 21st December

OUT 21st December

Includes 7 Dance tracks, from deep to future, tech and electro.

IVAN defiantly goes on your playlist for next year.

1: I Houser You
2: Obsession
3: Without You (BBC Aired)
4: Higher
5: Set me free
6: Do it Right
7: Meanwhile (Bonus)

Exclusive Bonus Track Meanwhile

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How To Find The Right Producer For Your Songs



Trying to find the right producer for your songs may not be as easy as it actually sounds. As an artist, you have great visions and you will need somebody who helps you to translate these visions to the rest of the world. A good producer should bring out the best in you, even if this means hard work, sweat and tears. So one important thing your producer should definitely have is experience. It has to be somebody you can put your trust in and somebody who has the right connections in the music industry to help you achieving your goals.

Finding a match with good chemistry will give your songs more energy and will bring out the best in you as an artist. Most producers are looking for something unique in an artist, so try to keep that in mind. They are going to invest a lot of…

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