Friday, March 4, 2016

Ms. Britney Spears

Ms. Britney Spears
“Piece of Me” (Until April 22 2016)
c/o Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
3667 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV  89109    
Dear Ms. Spears,

My name is Matt Winick and I’m a fan of your work as a pop singer and being an activist on making a difference for the community.  Ms. Spears, my favorite songs that you sing are “Baby One More Time”,  “Everytime”, “3”, “Toxic,” “Lucky”, and “You Drive Me Crazy”. I find your life on becoming a pop star when you started to sing at an early stage and working hard to get recognized as a female pop star by working to overcome your struggles in the music industries when they weren’t confident about your talent very interesting and inspiring to me.  During my childhood when I was in elementary school, I became a fan of your first and second album “…Baby One More Time” and “Oops!... I Did It Again”.  The reason I liked those albums during my childhood was because you made the lyrics with the dance moves very clever and catchy.  Another thing is I liked on how you worked well with different pop artist like Beyonce and Pink on making the Pepsi commercial “We Will Rock You.” For the Super Bowl 2002, I really liked on how made the Pepsi Commercial very catchy with your lyrics and making your dance moves cool. I enjoyed that commercial because I though ba pa pa pa ba pa pa pa was very clever to be added to your lyric in the commercial.

Besides your singing career, I like on how you are an activist on helping society and people who need help when they need it.  To help get children get interested in music, I liked on how used your foundation to create Britney Spears Camp for the Performing Arts to help children to learn, explore, and develop on their talent. I liked on how you donated money to Music Rising, a charity to help musicians of New Orleans who were affected by the disaster get new instruments in order to make music come alive again.  Also I got really moved when you donated money to charity to help people with disabilities or who has special needs and being an advocate for the need to support people with disabilities’ rights. Your work on being a supporter of people with disabilities rights really inspires me to work hard on Autism with a learning disability. Having a disability is hard because I have trouble comprehending on learning different subjects, I have trouble with speech when communicating with other people, and sometimes other people tease me about having it.  However, your commitment to assist people with disabilities including being an activist to make society better really inspires me to have a strong interest in studying different subjects, have an interest in learning music through practicing on the Bb Clarinet, and to be confident to work hard on Autism including being proud of who I am.

Ms. Spears, I am proud of your hard work on your music career from starting at an early age, working hard to overcome your struggle to get recognized by the music industries, and making songs including commercials fun, catchy, and clever lyrics with dance moves. Also I am very proud of your commitment to be an activist to make society better by –helping children get interested with being motivated to find an interest in music or a talent, helping musicians who suffered from a hurricane get assistance that they need, and helping people with disabilities get the care they need or assistance.  As a musician and a person with a disability I strongly believe that you make a great difference and I’m proud to call you one of my favorite artist. Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, inspiring me, and making a difference for the community.  I want to wish you well at your performing show “A Piece of Me” in Las Vegas and keep up the good work.
P.S. Here is a small donation for you to use to donate to a charity to help people with disabilities or to help people who are victims of disasters.

Matt Winick

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