A piece of moving art – a collaboration of music and dance to bring out the august love of a father on a precious daughter – dedicated to bloom hundreds of souls of little girls in Rwanda.
Ladi Anne, as usual swipes her brazilian soul over the piano, calling painful hearts to rest in her spirit. Innocence of a youth thrown to accept the reality, harshness, and self indulgence in pain, flows through the video, teaming with the rhythmic movements of Marion Crampe, the world renowned dancer. She gives her consoling note right into the eclectic heart to call out the deepest spirits within a soul.
Pouring her soul into the audience, Ladi introduces at the beginning the heart break of a teen. Stepping to the rhythm of her heart, Marion moves into the scene just like her soul drifting around her. Every movement complimenting the melody, sprouts feelings beneath a young heart yearning for a father’s love. Same as the hearts of street children in Rwanda receives a father’s love through MindLeaps – a non-profit organization.
The feeling of a farther’s love, the joy of his presence beautifully brought into the scene at the end. The same happiness will be enjoyed by a forgotten group of children in a society through their contribution to crate that love.
Lost her father in her teenage years, while enjoying her life to the fullest and not knowing he was lying in his death bed was traumatizing for her. The same sting led her to crown in the world of music. She is a singer, a song writer and a creator of audio visuals based in LA. At the age of mare sixteen years she was a television star. She was well known in Rede Globo, SBT, Rede TV and TV Record – the biggest networks in South America.
Ladi Bloomed with the collaboration with singer Ian Thomas “Money” where she performed along sing with Debbie Rowe and Mark Schaffel – Michael Jackson’s former spouse and manager in its respective order.
At the age of seventeen Ladi made a big step – her own web based visual project – LA connection. Spiced by the hot shots of the trade; Selena Gomez, E Sheeran, Ne-Yo, Kelly Osbourne, Fifthe harmony , One direction and Miley Cyrus led her to be a star, interviewed by the leading television networks – TMZ, E! Entertainment, Perez Hilotn and the Star Magazine.
Her prosperity was blossoming when she launched “Lay me down cover by Lia Farrington & Ladi Anne” to infest digital stores like Itunes and Spotify. They played in most famous LA venues – House of Blues, Room 5 and The Witzend.
Not a wonder, she was chosen in 2016, to sing the official Olympic theme song. She is a graduate from Los Angeles Film School and is the top of her class with “Hall of Fame” award for Audio Engineering.
Her talent truly visualized in “Villas” optimizing the pleasure of piano music. It truly will be a tribute for a loving father, in memorial of him.