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Lora Mao, a/k/a Dreamofasiagirl creates beats and loops and mixes in various soundpool files to get a unique sound. She resides in Houston suburbs and has been #1 several times on the dance charts here at Reverbnation. She creates hip hop, dubstep, old school funky, pop, ambient, Brazilian, Asian, and jazz. You never know what will be in her CD's. She was classically trained pianist as a teenager and started mixing around three years ago. Prior to that she ran several USA street teams for Japanese bands and still helps promote world music through Twitter.
Lora was featured on scrubradio.com RXKR's DJ Tate's show on 4/20/14 and 4/23/14. She was chosen by Mt. Fuji painter, Takamasa Fukuhara in Japan to create three songs for his videos. She created the music for Bill Cox's most recent video, which was comedy poetry spoken with a hip hop beat called "Dogboy." She also recently created the song "The Park" for John Browning for his video production company which will air on cable TV in Houston. She DJ'd a holiday celebration in December 2013, which was an HIV/Aids awareness charity fundraiser in Houston. She was featured in the "Indiegator Magazine" in October 2012 when she first got started. This is a magazine that promotes up and coming as well as seasoned artists, producers, musicians, film makers, etc. Lastly, she created three videos for painter Takamasa Fukuhara for his Mt. Fuji paintings to promote it as a "World Heritage."
Lora and her friends also started World Music News Feed, a website to promote artists around the world. Artists are carefully selected and promoted for free by Facebook and Twitter. Stop on over if you want to check it out. http://www.worldmusicnewsflash.com.
Her music is available for any production whether it be film, videos, background music to rap, or any other production. You certainly will be hearing more from Dreamofasiagirl. Stop on over at http://www.cdbaby.com/artist/dreamofasiagirl to hear more of her music clips.