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CNN iReport Award winner, Poet, Hip-Hop Artist
“I chose to write for this album because I am an artist. As an artist, I am obligated to speak the truth in what I see. I am obligated to share my perspectives to the world, particularly if it means the liberation of someone else. To have the power to share something that may change or save someone’s life and not use that power is in fact killing the person in need. I don’t want to kill dreams. I want to help release them to the world with my work, my art. I believe art can not only educate but liberate and that is why I am so deeply humbled and honored to be part of this incredible, liberating and educational project.”
ABOLISHING SLAVERY THROUGH MUSIC >>
“United Artists for Change”
27 September, 2013.
The official release of Music4Freedom’s
Modern Day Slavery digital album. A collaboration among International Independent Artists to educate, raise funds and awareness, to support the work of Abolish Slavery Coalition. 70% of all album proceeds go to support their incredible work, for at least a year.
The 13-track album features the voices of International, Independent Artists, including;
CNN iReport Award winner, hip-hop artist Omekongo Dibinga, young music composer Thomas Goedecke, and World Vision singer, songwriter Ezereve.
Anti trafficking artists Sarah Carpio, Robert Coello, Brian Parsons, Dylan’s Dharma. Producer and Singer Song-Writer Emanuel J Knight. Gospel and Christian Music Artists Tina Pantli, Eliane Linda, Jason Grech & up and coming Hip-Hop/R&B artist, ACE.
MASTERING SERVICE Audio Animals
View this campaign on The Abolish Slavery Coalition website and learn why this album supports their work:
Abolish Slavery Coalition prevents the spread of modern-day slavery by helping establish and mentor human trafficking task forces both domestically and internationally. 70% proceeds from the album sales will support their incredible work. Help fight human trafficking and save enslaved souls around the world. Follow @AbolishSlavery
TRACKLIST & CREDITS
1. Free Your Mind – USA
#Educational #ChildLabour #ChildLabor
Vocals: Hip-hop Artist Omekongo. Beat maker: Krayzie Xia. Kosovo (Music Production) Bomani Armah of Urban Intalek Studios.
2. The Child – Sydney, Australia
Vocals/Co-writer: Jason Grech. Lead guitar/Co-writer: Adam Bonanno. Bass: Paul Dawid. Rhythm guitar: Scott Allchin. Drums & Production: Jeff Cripps. A Sharp Recording Studio.
3. I Survived – Zurich, Switzerland
Vocals: Tina Pantli. Lyrics are based on VAW survival story of Gia Ibarra. Music Production: Toby Meyer.
4. Like Fowers – Switzerland
Vocals: Rap Artist ACE. Beat maker: Beni-G. Lyrics and Chorus melody: Meg Nezaj.
5. Violent Waters – USA
Composer/Producer: Thomas Geodecke. Poetry piece: Meg Nezaj. Performance: HSPVA Chorale, Directed by: Rob Seible.
6. Tricked – France & Switzerland
(Vocals) Sarah Carpio, MX (Instrumental & Mixing) Julien AUDUC by Stars Hound Production, (Lyrics) Meg Nezaj.
7. Sex in the City
Band: Dylan`s Dharma.
Producer: King Hopeton
8. Dear John – USA
Vocals&Guitar: Robert Coello. Studio Executive Producer, Engineer & Electric Guitar: Mark Young. Drums: David McLaird. Bass: Kevin Kirkpatrick. Keyboard: David Ives.
9. Give Love a Chance – Perth, AUS
Vocals&Guitar: Ezereve, World Vision Artist. Lyrics: Meg Nezaj, Switzerland. Producer: Aidan Barton at Sovereign Studios, AUS.
10. She Survived – USA & Switzerland
Vocals: Eliane Linda. Piano Melody composed by Elza Oberholzer. Poetic Lyrics: Gia Ibarra, USA. Music arrangement & production by Ramona, Switzerland.
11. Hold On – UK
Vocals/Instrumental/Production: Emanuèl J Knight, UK. Empowering & healing song.
12. Justus – USA
Vocals&Guitar by anti-child trafficking activist Brian Parsons, US.
13. Faceless – USA & Kosovo
Vocals & Poetry: Hip-hop Artist Omekongo. Beats&Production Mix: Krayzie Xia.