RoundGlass Living helps musical artist Bel Air find his best meditation practice for life, art and well-being

Bel-Air shares how grief drove him to begin his holistic wellness journey

BELLEVUE, Wash., August 3, 2022 /CNW/ — RoundGlass, a global holistic wellness company dedicated to empowering people on their personal wellness journey, features emerging artist Bel-Air in his latest meditation series video. The series is on the RoundGlass Life App, available for iPhone and Android users. Bel-Air shares how creating music is his personal meditation and how his holistic wellness journey began as he dealt with the grief of losing both his mother and brother.

Native Orlando Florida, Bel-Air knew from an early age that music was a passion for him. While in high school honing his songwriting skills, young Bel-Air remembers how one day his mother heard him sing Usher’s “You Remind Me” and encouraged him to keep going. to sing. Sadly, in 2014 his mother, who had always been his strongest supporter, passed away, and soon after he also lost his brother. Just two months later, Bel-Air was diagnosed with cancer. He continued to work 9 to 5 and make music – which he calls his personal meditation – to help him stay focused. Cancer-free and back in good health, Bel-Air works independently with Grammy-winning music producers and remains optimistic about the positive impact he could have on the world with music.

Founder of RoundGlass, Sunny Singh commented, “We so appreciate Bel-Air sharing her personal losses and challenges to help us on our mission to empower people to begin their holistic wellness journey. Her use of the RoundGlass Living app is a perfect example of why we created it. It’s a tool people can use for their personal areas of interest. Whether it’s bereavement, end-of-life challenges, or simply a desire to reach your full potential, our wellness app provides that assistance.”

With over 1.7 million followers on Instagram, Bel-Air is already an influencer and on her way to becoming a music sensation. He has opened for Young Thug, Jaquees, PeeWee Longway, Ty Dolla$, Gucci Mane, Bobby Shmurder and Rich The Kid to name a few. He recently released a new song, “Don’t hurt anymore.”

The Bel-Air Meditation video can be seen on RoundGlass Living.

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