Has called on major music companies to donate The Winden to ‘Greater’2 min read
Weekend, which donated 500 500,000 to black-empowerment organizations on Monday, requested three big labels, Sony, Universal and Warner, and the top two streaming services, Spotify and Apple, to go “big and public” through donations this week.
“For the purpose of my fellow industry partners and editors,” he wrote in a post on social media. “No one benefits more from black music than labels and streaming services. I gave yesterday and I urge you to be big and universal with you this week. If you can join us, it will mean the world to me and the community.”
On Monday, The Weekend (real name: Abel Tasfay) Black Lives Matter Global Network and Colin Capernic posted a receipt for a আপনার 200,000 grant to each of your rights camp legal defense initiatives and a জাম 100,000 national bail.
The timing of this message as “Blackout Tuesday” on Tuesday (June 2) was clearly not an accident, where the music industry would largely stop daily activities to protest police violence against black communities and ways to support the community and black artists and executives who are involved in the music industry and Has contributed so much to the culture.
An initiative created by Atlantic Records executive Jamila Thomas and platoon’s Brianna Agiemong, #TheShomeMustBips has posted several calls for action, including a text list called “Anti-Caste Resources”.
“On Tuesday, June 2, NDT intentionally disrupted the working week,” they wrote. “The music industry is a multi-million dollar industry. An art that has largely benefited from black art. Our goal is to make this industry bigger with the big corporations + their partners, who are responsible for the efforts, struggles and successes of blacks… it’s not just a 24-hour initiative. We are and will remain in this fight for a long fight. The work plan will be announced. ”
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