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Jeremy Goldsmith - Internal Rhyme Interview

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Tonight Bonnie Kaye welcomes up and coming star of Hip Hop and Spoken Word, Jeremy Goldsmith also known as Internal Rhyme.

By coincidence, Jeremy is Bonnie's nephew and a student at Rutgers's University in New Jersey. Jeremy has been performing in the Philadelphia/New Jersey area for over five years. He has a number of videos that can be seen on Youtube at http://www.youtube.com/comedicmusician.  You can visit his Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/internalrhyme.

 Spoken Word is a performance artistic poem that is word-basic. It often includes collaboration and experimentation with other art forms such as music, theater, and dance. However, spoken word usually tends to focus on the words themselves, the dynamics of tone, gestures, facial expressions, and not so much on the other art forms. In entertainment, spoken-word performances generally consist of storytelling or poetry.

Jeremy takes the literary devises that he picked up in his poetry experience and combines them with rhythm and smooth beats. He started writing lyrics over nine years ago and has been recording tracks since he turned thirteen. He started performing publicly in high school at annual talent shows and currently performs at venues all across the greater Philadelphia/New Jersey area.  

His music is used to inform or make an audience conscious of some human aspect pertaining to life. Often the words contain curse words which stand for freedom of expression rather than judgment against the poet repeating them.