Meet the Top 10 Social Change Artists.

Artist #1

About his work

Beauty of Life is an ode to children who have experienced trauma in a multitude of lenses. Addressing issues such as being an orphan, experiencing abuse, racial discrimination, unhealthy gender roles, and the inequities of the criminal justice system, Beauty of Life is a song of empowerment for those who may not have the words to describe what they are experiencing.

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Artist #2

About her work

My piece “Black Girls Bleed True” was inspired by the black women who are often on the frontlines, leading movements against police brutality and violence but are also forgotten when we are on the receiving end of that violence.  We’re often expected to fall in line after traumatic events in order to advocate for others, serve others and lead the way forward toward justice despite the pain and trauma we’ve suffered.

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Artist #3

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Last Words is about youth, queerness, discrimination and struggling with mental health as a young adult. Your Hunni's lyrics convey the experience of growing up queer and forming addictions while internalizing societal homophobia. While the song started as an elegy for a childhood friend that passed away, it quickly became a reflection on their relationship with their own gender and substance abuse. Ro Joaquim's contributions to the song describe the immigrant experience and the impact of that as well as racism on the mental health of youth. 

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Artist #4

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We need change. And we need it now. As a mentally ill queer woman, I've been silenced by society and spefically men in my life. However, I can recognize I am also very privileged. So where this song does speak for me in ways, I'm hoping it also resonates for those suffering in oppression including BIPOC, people with disabilities, and anyone that's ever felt small. I wrote this song to motivate and inspire change in this world with peace, love and an awareness for our environment. There are so many things that are happening right now that we turn a blind eye to because it's been that way for years. I want this song to be the start of a very big conversation leading to big plans for our future.

Artist #5

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About her work

"If everyone saw each other as the same, as equals, we would be living a sweet dream" - same as me

same as me solely created (wrote, produced, directed) her art piece “what a sweet dream” highlighting one of her singles.

Having parents that have both escaped war-torn countries to make a better life, advocacy of equal rights and freedom is crucial to her message.

same as me is a rapper/producer/singer/songwriter. After building a home studio she added vocal producer/editor, recording engineer, video creator/director/editor, and visuals/apparel designer to her job titles.

Artist #6

About her work

I wrote this piece last year around the wake of some of the most controversial things going on in society at the time: BLM, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, etc.. As a young black girl, I feel as though raw messages like this need to be communicated more in our society, and I feel as though this song effectively does that.

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Artist #7

About their work

My submission piece is an excerpt from an in-development musical I am writing titled 'Here, Queer & Mentally Unclear' - a semi-verbatim musical about mental illness in the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. This piece is being developed into both a full length musical as well as a Theatre in Education piece designed to be delivered to schools, hospitals and businesses. 

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Artist #8

About her work

"You can move higher if you choose, it ain't going to be your day to lose, oh you can be free, you can be proud, trust and believe it right now." These are the chorus lyrics to 'YOU CAN' and I believe the lyrics of the full song embody the 17 UN Sustainable goals. This song is about self-love, defeating all odds, and fighting for social change. I wrote it to empower and inspire listeners to follow their truth and use their voices to make a difference.

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Artist #9

About his work

As a lover of science I've always been paying attention to the state of the world. Keeping up with statistics about greenhouse gasses and other elemental effects on global climate change has always been on my mind as an artist.

 I wrote this piece as a reminder to reflect on our place in the world and urged listeners to understand the significance of their actions; taken and not taken.

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Artist #10

About her work

I begin the song with ‘I close my eyes’ as a way to set the stage for meditation. Throughout the remainder of the song, I proceed to say ‘I see’, which with closed eyes entails seeing within oneself. The song carries the listener through a journey that can have countless interpretations.  My hope is to simply activate compassion and understanding, even if just for five minutes and twenty-eight seconds. 

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