This July my younger sister @loscolisa is getting hitched. I still remember how inseparable we were while growing up. I remember the “al fresco” dining when we were 7 and 5, dinner consisted of maltova with bovril and grapes or watermelon as dessert. The shows we put up for our parents and grandparents in the garden of the new house in sliema. And of course I remember how in love with our baby sister @jacquilosco we were when she was born and still are of course. I also remember telling her first that I was going to become a mother and she was ecstatic. I love having sisters. I trust them with anything and everything and they are my rocks. Lisa we can’t wait to see you walk up the aisle. I seriously don’t know how the hell in going to hold back the tears DAMN IT!
Making music is hard work, but it’s also a lot of fun. I’ve had a LOT of fun. And the best feeling on earth is when you finish a track... an album, a double one... and you know people are about to hear it. .... you set off to the radio stations and hope that you’ve got some hits there. . . . An even better feeling is when you realize that a song has made waves, starts trending and eventually stood the test of time. Some singles I will always remember fondly ... namely . . . Love me or Hate me and its impact, @djrubyofficial remix and how the track just grew into a sing along, Something to Talk About, What I’d Give, Me Luv u Long Time, One in A Million and more recently Hey Now. . . . Looking into a sea of faces and seeing their mouths singing your lyrics to your melody, music is one of the most electrifying feelings on earth! To more years of making music! #singer #songwriter #album #iralosco #malta #malteseartist #music #isleofmtv #mtvmalta #instartist #instasinger
When you are an artist just starting out you seek the approval of people you know have the ear for good stuff. You don’t want friends and family saying that your music is good only, but you want people who know what the hell they’re talking about to give you feedback, critique that you will take seriously and in turn work on. From my early days in TIARA and then when I started my solo career, Terry was there playing local hits and was part of the first local music boom I saw happen with my very own eyes in 2003.. it’s peak in 2005 alongside the conception of the extremely popular BAY MUSIC AWARDS and other innovative events, which always involved local artists. I guess when you have passion for something it just shines bright and Terry was a true beacon for Local Radio. RIP Terry I’ll never forget your smile whenever you told me that a single was doing well and that you believed in it. It always gave me more encouragement to pursue my dream further. I’m sure many bands and artists will agree with this. We will never forget you Ter!!! Xxxx