When people first hear the song, they're going to get that old school, saturday night out, house party feeling, just like listening to music on vinyl records during the 70's and 80's. We want to recreate that family reunion vibe that so many of us miss today by listening to music on our individual ipods, iphones and MP3 players.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 20, 2009
Falani Records today released the music single "Sing Victory" to commemorate Barack Obama's Inauguration on January 20th, 2009 for the listening public. The song "Sing Victory" encourages the nation to unite in an upbeat and danceable song reminiscent of the 80's Gamble and Huff, Philly International Era.
Featured vocal artist Lawrence Wedgeworth said that, "There's a fresh breath of air moving across America and the entire world with Obama. I feel that the spiritual connection between god, family and community are being strengthened and that faith in a higher power has come to our rescue."
In different countries all around the world including Sweden, Germany, Russia, Africa, Japan, China, Indonesia, India, UK and many others are speaking highly of Obama and are looking forward to his inauguration on January 20, 2009. Obama truly represents a new day for the entire planet!
Business partner Marvin Jones provided the funding and marketing muscle to propel the "Sing Victory" Project forward and share it with the public. Marvin said that "We've been waiting for a person like Barack Obama for the entire world. Not only because he's a person of color. He brings hope, honesty, integrity and intelligence to the global community. He's a person with roots from the motherland of Africa. And there are people who may not want to acknowledge this... but it's true! He can be trusted in what he says, and is not looking for personal gain in any way. He's going to have a positive impact upon the world including the economy, environment and increased opportunities for global personal change. It's clear that a new day is dawning and the "Sing Victory" song delivers the message loud and clear without any interruptions."
Music director Gordon Worthy also said that, "When people first hear the song, they're going to get that old school, saturday night out, house party feeling, just like listening to music on vinyl records during the 70's and 80's. We want to recreate that family reunion vibe that so many of us miss today by listening to music on our individual ipods, iphones and MP3 players."
The "Sing Victory" Inauguration song represents an incredible opportunity to set the stage for returning socially conscious lyrics and music to the forefront of American society.
The music production team is composed of Gordon Worthy and Lawrence Wedgeworth. Athene Wilson is background vocalist and featured performing artist is Lawrence Wedgeworth. The executive team includes Marvin Jones as executive producer and Donnie Dixon, media relations coordinator.
The "Sing Victory" single is 4:31 minutes and can be purchased from the following sites:
RealTone RingTone: http://www.realtonejukebox.com/realtonelist.asp?aid=26136
You can also listen to the song for "FREE" at the following websites:
Journalists, music press and media professionals can request an Obama "Sing Victory" Inauguration press kit by sending an e-mail to iamworthy(at)gmail.com or ashantimj(at)aol.com with, (REQ) Obama Victory Song in the subject line.
Your press kit will be e-mailed to you in a 9.2 MB zipped file including:
1.) Your full length, "Sing Victory" MP3 Audio file @ 128Kbps;
2.) Press release in PDF with weblinks for both paid and free downloads;
3.) Press release in Rich Text Format for ease in editing & article submission;
4.) 1000 x 1000 pixel @ 300 dpi "Sing Victory" cover in jpeg format;
5.) Your bonus, "STEP With Obama" MP3 Audio file @ 128 Kbps;
6.) List and description of file enclosures.
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