In this podcast Dr. In her work Dr. Jessica Schleider tries to break down the barriers that prevent young people from reaching services, whilst providing accessible interventions to help reduce mental health problems that scale. She does this through her research, testing novel approaches to dissemination in non-traditional settings. Jessica L. Schleider directs the Lab for Scalable Mental Health , where she and her team develop and evaluate brief, accessible interventions for youth depression and anxiety. Schleider has published dozens of scientific articles and book chapters; she has also developed or co-developed web-based, virtual reality technology-based, and school-based intervention protocols for youths and parents. Bio courtesy of Stony Brook University. Interviewer: Hello.
Youth Music’s tracks
Bandcamp collaborates with Andrew Jarvis, a very cool guy who creates every fortnight a mix of the best new tracks posted on the platform. Psycho Face. Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK.
The Youth Station Project’s tracks
His song " Lucid Dreams " has been played on the music streaming platform Spotify over one billion times. The album enjoyed positive critical reception, and contained three other singles: " Lean wit Me ", " Wasted ", and " Armed and Dangerous ", all of which charted on the Billboard Hot After collaborating with Future on the mixtape Wrld on Drugs , Higgins released his second studio album Death Race for Love , which reached number one on the Billboard It contained the singles " Robbery " and " Hear Me Calling ". Higgins died eight months later following a drug-related seizure at Midway International Airport. His death prompted an outpouring of grief across social media and the music industry. His first posthumous album, Legends Never Die , debuted at number one on the Billboard The album was the most successful posthumous chart debut in over 20 years and set a record for the most top-ten song entries on the Hot
It's the tattoos across those young faces that are so striking. Next to them, the accompanying rainbow locks, "iced out" teeth grills and audacious fashion choices fade in comparison. Imagine gazing across the breakfast bar at that: it's the stuff of a parent's nightmares. The facial ink is just one hallmark of SoundCloud rap, a once underground scene with its roots in southern US trap music that in the last year has crossed over into the mainstream, and is fast becoming one of the most popular musical genres for teenagers and young adults. It takes its name from SoundCloud, a streaming music service founded in that allows users to both listen to songs and upload their own content, free of charge. It's ease of use and accessibility has made it the go-to platform for aspiring young musicians from around the globe to share their creations, and spawned the eponymous new genre that first came to wider prominence in — helped in part by a series of articles by New York Times music critic Jon Caramanica, which proclaimed SoundCloud rap as hip-hop's punk moment. SoundCloud Rap is crossing over into the mainstream charts, and facial tattoos are a hallmark of the genre's artists such as from left XXXTentacion, Lil Xan and 6ix9ine. While not considered a SoundCloud rapper as such, the platform's most successful alumni is year-old US rapper Post Malone. So even if your teenagers aren't listening to SoundCloud rap sometimes disparagingly referred to as "mumble rap" , plenty of their schoolmates are — but what exactly is it? It's a tricky genre to pin down, but it's most defining features include a do-it-yourself ethos, wide-ranging musical influences and a willingness to break from traditional hip-hop tropes.