Asa highlights Georgia Southern’s Musician

Asa Baurle, Multimedia Journalist

Now more than any other time in human history people are able to express themselves with the world as their audience. 

These Georgia southern students are using that opportunity to share their music with the world.

“My music will get you bobbing your head its not hype music, it’s not extra hard but it’s not extra smooth music it’s a good medium,” said Tyler McEwen.

Music is widely regarded as a universal language that can be enjoyed by all, it is for that reason McEwen continues to record songs.

“I know some people might not take music seriously or see it the way I do. But just the fact it is capable of impacting people the way it has impacted me. It just makes me feel good to know that someone is on the same level as me appreciation wise,” said McEwen

It’s not just about making a catchy song either for the multitalented Ron Bong, it means being able to help and heal others through music.

“So I’ll make a song based on how I feel and then thousands and hundreds of thousands of people will be able to relate to the same thing, as humans were all connected,” said Bong. 

The often forgotten about piece of the puzzle when it comes to making music is the producer. Noah Lampkin would not let the difficulty of life get in between him and his passion. 

“Back then I did not have the money to get fx studio and I found this free program called ‘oxy’ on my iPhone 7 and I was using that all the way up until 2020,” said Lampkin 

Both Ty and Ron’s music is available to listen to on all major streaming platforms.