Songs to Invoke Change
Experience the Journey
Few things about life are truly constant. But, there is one thing in particular, which is a constant in not just lives of most human beings, but across the entire life of humanity itself. And, that one thing is change.
We've all heard it, most of us have likely said it.
How we adapt to a changing environment is a crucial test of who we are. The ability to change, to grow, and to develop beyond our current state is a hallmark, not just of what it means to be human, but what it means to be a better person.
Tony Award Winner and 4-Time Grammy Award Nominee
American R&B singer and actress Melba Moore is a 4-time Grammy Award nominee and the winner of the 1970 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical.
2-Time Oscar Nominee and Grammy Award Winner
Siedah Garrett has written songs and performed backing vocals for Michael Jackson, Madonna, Quincy Jones, Donna Summer, Jennifer Hudson, and Tevin Campbell, among others. Garrett has been nominated for two Academy Awards for Best Original Song.
Poet and Mental Health Advocate
Yashi Brown is an author, poet, speaker, and active leader in the mental health community. Poetry became a safe space, when she began experiencing severe emotional challenges in her late teens.
Lead Guitarist, Paul McCartney and Wings (1978 - 1980)
Laurence Juber is often considered most famous for playing lead guitar in Paul McCartney and Wings from 1978 to 1980, with whom he won a Grammy. Juber has since had a distinguished career as a solo fingerstyle guitarist and studio musician.
Rickey "Slikk Muzik" Offord is multi-platinum producer, who has worked with recording artists, such as Babyface, Ariana Grande, Chris Brown, Kirk Franklin, Jaime Foxx, Master P, Tank, and Ludacris.
Emmy Award Nominated and Grammy Award Nominated Composer and Recording Artist
William Goldstein was previously a recording artist for Motown Records and CBS Masterworks. He has over 50 albums currently available. He has also scored over 50 movie and television projects, including NBC's "Fame" and Disney's "The Miracle Worker".