"The TREATMENT"

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UNDIAGNOSED: (CLICK YOUTUBE LINK BELOW)

Undianosed is the first release of a Hip-Hop project called the "The Treatment"

“The Treatment” focuses on current social justice issues in American society. "The Treatment" is a double entendre that sheds light on how the mistreatment of people can lead to social traumas and points to some of the treatments necessary for us to heal as a nation. This body of music consists of eight (8) songs woven together around this central theme. My goal is for “The Treatment” project to entertain but inspire people to heal and grow. Whether songs on "the Treatment" are used for social justice campaigns, concerts, community programs that focus on trauma-informed care, or simply for personal entertainment for people of all backgrounds, my hope is that this music inspires people to heal and be on the path to be their best selves.   


“Undiagnosed” the first release on this project is about the sequential effects of Gun Violence and how it impacts our communities and the world at large.  Half of the proceeds from “Undiagnosed” will go towards supporting the Cory Johnson Program for Post-Traumatic Healing in Boston, Massachusetts to continue the work of trauma education, community building, and community healing. 


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Amazon

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Itunes

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/undiagnosed-feat-issa-bibbins-sam-jones-single/1403831920?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo%3D4


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Visit Roxbury Soical Impact Center 

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 Please check out the website 

https://www.rpcsocialimpactctr.org

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NEW RELEASE SPrING 2019

"HANDS UP"

  

Hands Up” is the second release on the project “The Treatment.” This song addresses police brutality and how people of color are victimized at alarmingly higher rates than those of other races. This song looks at the power of perception, bias and racism, and their role in causing unhealthy fear which can sometimes escalate situations and even cause death. The song drips with passion, as the vocalist pleads for the listener to “look me in my eyes." The hope is that in doing so, his humanity will be seen, valued, and ultimately, his life spared. “Hands Up” is not a position of surrender and powerlessness, but a call for equality and justice.