Warner Records is donating 100% of the net profits of “I Just Wanna Live” to the NAACP. In addition, Amazon Music will donate a dollar for each stream of the song at the NAACP up to 21 h. PT tonight (June 19), up to $50,000.
To sign with Warner, Bryant, a native of Florida, said Display panel by e-mail, ” I really want to have an impact on this world, especially the younger generation. “The young singer was first noticed during the fourth season of the television series, NBC Little Big Shots. Since her music video performance “I Just Wanna Live” became a viral Bryant has performed the song on The show Ellen DeGeneres via FaceTime and was featured on Hello America, today and CNN, among other media – not to mention the cries of president Barack Obama and LeBron James.
With lyrics calling for an end to social injustice and systemic racial prejudice, it is normal that “I Just Wanna Live”, which comes out June 19, 1865 is recognized as the date on which the slaves were emancipated in the mother of Bryant, Johnetta Bryant, in the United States. the song, noting Display panel“I’m may not be the choice of people, but I am the choice of God. “Dem Jointz (Rihanna, Brandy, Anderson .Paak) produced the single.
“When I heard Keedron sing” I Just Wanna Live “on Instagram, his passion, his emotion, and his words to me were so moved that I immediately knew we had to come out this song,” says Chris Atlas, senior vice president / head of urban marketing at Warner. Records. “His voice and his message must be heard throughout the world as a beacon of light and hope.”