This DIY, yet official lyric video was produced by YellowTieGuy bassist Jamie Rasmussen featuring the lyrics from the July 2020 release of “Information” written and released with the intention of drawing attention to racial disparities within the United States, and to the importance of learning to live peaceably with those whose beliefs differ from ours. The song also speaks on how social media is lacking in its ability to provide a healthy discourse for listening, learning, and sharing personal views about important topics.
In addition, the second single from forthcoming YellowTieGuy album The Inevitable Unexpected was just released today. You can hear “I Cry” on Spotify (below) and you can get more details about all YTG releases at yellowtieguy.com
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Batalá Washington DC discuss their impact, favorite songs to perform, and how being a part of the DMV creative scene influences the collective’s approach.
Within an industry that is historically dominated by men, all-women Afro-Brazilian percussion ensemble Batalá Washington DC is here to show us what they are made of. Launched in 2007 as the newest branch of the Batalá band and the first-ever in the United States, Batalá Washington, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, brings its powerful, invigorating sounds to the nation’s capital and across the globe as a means of empowering women to be change agents in their respective communities.
Join contributing writer Cynthia Gross as she connects with Marly Perez, board president and musical conductor of Batalá Washington DC, to discuss the collective’s impact over the years,