Censored for Supporting Trump – an Interview with Joy Villa – Episode 272

September 12, 2017

Recording Artist Joy Villa addresses the entertainment community’s backlash for her public support of Donald Trump, including censorship on YouTube and getting shunned on red carpets. They consider the hypocrisy in the media when it comes to artists and their political values. Joy talks about how she’s going to continue in her unifying vision to make America better.

Joy Villa is a recording artist whose EP I Make the Static rocketed to the #1 spot on both iTunes and Amazon following her 2017 Grammys’ appearance, beating out Beyoncé, Adele, and Lady Gaga, and landed her a #1 Album in Alternative, #1 in Rock, and a #12 spot on Billboards Top 200 Albums.

Joy’s a true entertainer who tours 25 countries a year and has wowed the world with her red-carpet style (Entertainment Weekly, E!, Billboard, NY Daily News, Los Angeles Times, to name a few).

Joy grew up with an Italian father and an African American-Choctaw mother, blending the cultures to create a perfect mix. This “mixed life” outpours in her musical influences, ranging from Frank Sinatra to Diana Ross, Blondie and Nirvana.

Joy is a natural music and theater performer, discovering her knack for the stage at the age of 5 in her first theater musical. Joy loves writing songs and has collaborated on numerous projects around the world with an array of international producers and artists.

Joy blends alternative rock, electro pop into finely crafty tunes that aim to motivate, inspire, and get the juices flowing in her fans. Kinky, unexpected, vibrant, spiritual, and bold, Joy Villa is a true entertainer, and feels blessed to be giving her many global fans “The Joy Villa Experience.”

For more about Joy, visit http://www.joyvilla.com.

Get her song, “Make America Great Again!” here.

Follow her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joyvillamusic/

Follow her on Twitter: @Joy_Villa

Follow her on Instagram: @joyvilla

Don’t miss the other highlights from the episode, including Chuck Woolery and Mark Young discussing the Blunt Force Truth team trip to the Flight 93 National Memorial, Maryland’s policy of using the National Gun Owner’s registry to track legal gun owners as they enter the state and more.

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