new music: dmv soul act remember the forgotten release new track, ‘dear black people’ – “we stand for the people and we really want this message to be heard”
By Sound Check
November 17, 2015
Check out the new single from DMV soul act Remember The Forgotten – ‘DEAR BLACK PEOPLE’. Earlier this year, they told us: “We stand for more than just music. We stand for those who society has forgotten or neglected (the homeless, working-class citizens, children, anyone with a dream etc.), all people in general. Our mission is to use our music as a form of outreach to help bring awareness to those forgotten or neglected in our society. We also seek to do outreach in the communities around us & in the world. We use ourselves and our music to give and show reality, love and freedom of being yourself. We want to live by changing lives and doing what we love for the world”. And in regards to their latest track, they say: “We stand for the people and we really want this message to be heard. Its not about us, but the people.” Listen below.
By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK Contributor
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