Beginning on November 30th the organizations will launch a campaign for 12 days of giving leading up to Warwick!s 81st birthday on December 12th. Contributions can be made via kindmusicgroup.com.
“Education, clothing, food and housing are the four key components to success in life. Without one you simply cannot have the others. As a doctor of music my personal mission is and always has been to educate my babies around the world about the importance of music as not only a key form of expression, but as a tool to raise awareness and help people truly in need,” Warwick shares.
She continues, “Kind Music Academy offers a hands-on curriculum where kids teach kids, under the guidance of my son, Damon (Elliott,) who I have personally watched grow and learn through his own experiences in this business of music, thus becoming one of the most sought after songwriters, composers, engineers and producers. Our mission is to empower the babies to learn how to not only make it in this business but to sustain a long, honest career while helping the next generation do the same. Like I always say, ‘If you can think it, you can do it!.’”
It all started with Twitter as Dionne - dubbed the Queen of Twitter - has been parodied on Saturday Night Live for her big presence on social media.
Her initial back-and-forth Tweets with Chance questioning why “the Rapper” was in his stage name was viewed by millions.
“Dionne Warwick is a legendary artist. I was so humbled to learn that she even knew my name when she mentioned me on Twitter many months ago, so to have the opportunity to collaborate together has been a great honor,” states Chance The Rapper.
All proceeds to the rap-gospel tune will benefit AIDS research.
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