ABOLISHING SLAVERY THROUGH MUSIC!
Announcing: The official release of Music4Freedom first Modern Day Slavery digital album “United Artists for Change” A collaboration between International Independent Artists to educate, raise funds and awareness to support the work of Abolish Slavery Coalition with 70% from all album proceeds to support their work. 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/Singer, Song-Writer Emanuel J Knight. Gospel /Christian Music Artists Tina Pantli, Eliane Linda, Jason Grech & Up & Coming Hip-Hop/R&B artist ACE.
Music4Freedom seeks to educate the public about modern day slavery and human trafficking, through music campaigns and digital music downloads. The aim of which is to spotlight the work of Abolish Slavery Coalition. This is Music4Freedom’s first anti slavery album and second charity digital music collection to support survivors of human trafficking, slavery and violence against women.
United Artists for Change is available from all major online music stores including; iTunes Google Play emusic Sony Music Unlimited Special thanks to the following production teams and group of talented individuals who made this album possible through their work, talents, skills and dedication. Jeff Cripps, Producer of A Sharp Recording Studio – Australia Julien AUDUC, Producer of Stars Hound Production -France & Audio Animals – London UK Audio Mastering Services.
According to Audio Animals, the mastering services team who have worked with major artistes including Martin Hearn (world class drummer The Drifters) LTJ Bukem + Madcap (drum and bass legends) Francis Wood (finalist on The Voice) The album has been described as:
“One of the most inspirational and moving albums we’ve ever worked on.”
United Artists for Change is available from all major online music stores including iTunes, Sony Music Unlimited, Xbox Music, Google Play, & Spotify
New Music4Freedom website: artists4freedom.org