What happens when people living poles apart join forces for the sake of music and empowerment? Massive Vibe Live! – a progressive worldwide concert is redefining music with its with unique lyrics, dances, impromptu instrumental solos and holistic visuals—all on one platform. An extraordinary collaboration to spread positivity and messages of self-discovery. The concert fuses multiple genres of music and churns out powerful feasts of empowerment. With every performance, they increase their force to enliven spirits of everyone listening.
We connected with them to understand more about the how they do what they do.
How did a diverse group of ten artists come together to perform on a single stage? What is that connects you all?
Massive Vibe Live! Empowerment through music is produced by Queen Be! who has dedicated her life to empowering people. We came about 2 years ago, Queen Be! brought the musicians and production team together due to everyone’s gifts and talents and shared passion to be of benefit to all.
We come together from many different countries, people don’t understand how we do it practically, but for us it is a matter of dedication and inspiration.
How has the journey been so far?
Amazing. We performed our first public concert in May 2014, it’s been a magical adventure from the very beginning. We have performed concerts in Sweden, UK and India with many more countries to come.
Queen Be! has created a very special show with very simple but powerful message: “you are perfect as you are, you be you, you are the shining light of benefit bright!” The music, lyrics, visuals and performance make obvious what is most empowered and peaceful about all people. The empowerment is guaranteed with every concert, not only for the audience but for all of us performing too.
It is incredible to meet our audience after the show and hear from them personally how much the lyrics and performance has immediately benefitted them in their lives—this makes what we do come alive and inspires every member of the team to give everything.
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