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Checkout the images below. ..without vision, the people shall perish. Can you share a little bit about the work that the organization does? Drake and Tory Lanez came to that concert. But maybe you'll get something out of the experience of taking both in. 2020 Holiday Insights Report. I didn't learn about it immediately ...I want to say I found out about it a year or two after, but it's because somebody was having a debate about it …. Being in London, having such a diverse population, it just happened naturally … Our members are from all over the U.K., actually. “Me booked for next year already, innu, because, yuh done know, we affi show real people real support. When we did [the concert], it was very successful, and the second year was even bigger. And just as his father encouraged him and his siblings to make music, Ziggy's passing the torch to his children. Based on the popular podcast, the newly launched Netflix series dissects classics and current hits one layer at a time, while host and creator Hrishikesh Hirway finds the human connection behind it all, GRAMMY.com caught up with House Gospel Choir to discuss their debut album, 'RE//CHOIRED,' their creative process, and how the band's multicultural and multifaith composition creates a welcoming space for both its members and audiences, Co-hosts Rodney Carmichael and Sidney Madden break down how "Louder Than A Riot" explores the wide-spanning issue of mass incarceration through the lens of hip-hop music and culture, as told by the artists, journalists and executives who lived it, The GRAMMY-winning reggae legend chats about his latest music, an upbeat, collab-rich children's album inspired by—and featuring—his youngest son, Popcaan Talks 'FIXTAPE' And Working With Drake, popcaan-interview-fixtape-drake-ovo-sound-unruly-fest, How "Song Exploder" Unlocks The Intimacy Of Music, song-exploder-netflix-hrishikesh-hirway-interview, House Gospel Choir Brings Faith To The Dance Floor, Louder Than A Riot: Hip-Hop & Mass Incarceration, npr-louder-riot-podcast-hip-hop-mass-incarceration-interview, Ziggy Marley On 'More Family Time' & Toots Hibbert, ziggy-marley-talks-more-family-time-joy-toots-hibbert-bob-marley-legacy, Skip Marley Asks Us To "Slow Down" For Press Play, "Care For The Culture" Livestream Panel Offers New Solutions For Wellness + Community in Rap, R&B and Reggae, Rhyme & Punishment: How NPR's "Louder Than A Riot" Podcast Traces The Interconnected Rise Of Hip-Hop And Mass Incarceration, Positive Vibes Only: Kierra Sheard And Karen Clark-Sheard Deliver Striking Performance Of "Something Has To Break", Jekalyn Carr Speaks To The Unifying "Power Of Love" | Positive Vibes Only. I just think I needed that message at the time ... the messaging behind that [song] really was one of the big reasons we decided to do that one. We're going to be telling stories about a specific person who has been impacted by this interconnected rise, and who's been caught in the crosshairs of the criminal justice system. Make we unite and support him. Introduced on the streaming platform at the beginning of October, "Song Exploder" adds an even deeper layer of storytelling and personal insight to the songs being deconstructed beat by beat. That's how I feel about it, and that's what I found most dance music fans have felt. Can you talk a little bit about how your four-year-old son Isaiah inspired both the "Goo Goo Ga Ga" song and then the project as a whole? In a recent interview with the New York City radio station Hot 97, you talked about the protests against racism and police brutality happening in Jamaica.
Hip-hop has been being dismissed by people in power for 40 years. Seeing how your music discusses religion so openly, how have fans been reacting to your music and your approach to religion? Maddix: My main thing was always to remind people that we are one. “This is a St Thomas product. And then I sat down and I was like, "Wow, she's actually singing about someone being homeless." [CDATA[/* >