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Vote Now for ‘Songs For Good’ – Finalists Include Divinity Roxx “We Are”!

Vote Now for ‘Songs For Good’ – Finalists Include Divinity Roxx “We Are”!

Voting Open for Divinity Roxx “We Are”…

Songs For Good announced the Top 10 songs by inspired artists, which includes Divinity Roxx “We Are”. LISTEN AND VOTE HERE (After clicking, Divinity’s song is the last one on left)

Songs For GoodTop 10 songs are inspired by artists, spanning across America, and is a 2020 challenge to crowdsource anthems for a new soundtrack for democracy. Nearly 300 submissions to this nationwide songwriting competition received an initial round of review featuring GRAMMY-nominated artists and Jammcard musicians.

The Top 10 artists for theSongs For Good 2020 Challengeare:Divinity Roxx “We Are”(West New York, NJ),Eric Tyler “Stand Up”(Orangeburg, NC),Flipsyde “Imagine Peace”(Oakland, CA),Glenwood Crowe “Drums For Justice”(Tempe, AZ),Kanika Feaster-Gordon & John Gordon “Vote2020”(Baltimore, MD),Jasmin & Candace Bevans “If We Change”(Baltimore, MD),Marquie Jackson & Broderic Thompson “Freedom”(Rosenberg, TX), Rachael Major “New Day”(Indianapolis, IN),Sunshine Becker “Lookin’ Out”(San Ramon, CA) andThe Continuous “Change is Coming”(Nashville, TN).

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Partner organizations, includingMarch For Our Lives, RepresentUs, Zero Hour, National Children’s Campaign, Sunrise Bay Area, andBridge USAreviewed the top 20 and will use the top 5 songs to mobilize at events leading up to Election Day in November. 10 independent musicians now contend for the #1 spot and the chance to win $5,000 plus song production featuring artistMadame Gandhi, and a music video. Four runners up will receive $1,000.

Voting is open to the public from Tuesday, September 8 through Sunday, September 20, 2020; the top songs will be announced onNational Voter Registration Dayon September 22.

To listen to Divinity Roxx “We Are” and to vote, please

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