Rapha Clinic of West Georgia’s 6th Annual ‘Sound of Medicine’ Fundraiser Concert Shifted to Virtual Performance

Mill Town Music Hall to host the virtual event via Facebook Live

The financial support ensures that even during the current crisis, Rapha Clinic can continue providing necessary care for our neighbors who do not have health insurance.”

— Medical Director and Chairman of the Board Dr. Amy Eubanks

TEMPLE, GA, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Rapha Clinic of West Georgia, a local non-profit, faith-based charity, has rescheduled its annual fundraiser to protect the health of performers and attendees due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The 6th Annual Sound of Medicine concert and fundraiser will take place virtually on September 10, 2020 from 6:30pm-9:30pm. Viewers are encouraged to tune into Mill Town Music Hall’s Facebook Live to attend the concert. In addition, Rapha Clinic has been hosting weekly ‘Musical Mondays’ on Facebook, which feature performances from talented local healthcare providers and their family members. (Facebook- The Rapha Clinic of West Georgia; Twitter- @RaphaClinicsWGA)

Created by Medical Director and Chairman of the Board Dr. Amy Eubanks, the annual Sound of Medicine concert is an opportunity to enjoy wonderful and inspiring music, as well as raise much-needed funds that allow Rapha Clinic to continue its mission of providing healthcare in West Georgia. Since opening in 2010, the clinic has been providing free medical and dental care to uninsured adults who are at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level.

“We hope the community will continue supporting our health services and ministry through the fundraising efforts of our Musical Mondays, as well as the Sound of Medicine Silent Auction,” said Eubanks. “The financial support ensures that even during the current crisis, Rapha Clinic can continue providing necessary care for our neighbors who do not have health insurance.”

Performances for the concert include a variety of local acts:
Carroll County Wind Ensemble (featuring Dr. Jonathan Goodin)
Bishop Sam Sauls (Rapha Board Member)
Redeemed (featuring Dr. Amy Eubanks)
Dakota Dodge Band (featuring Dr. Howard Seeman)

Donations may be made in any amount at www.raphaclinic.org/donate. Event sponsorships are also available ranging from $150 to $5,000 and include a variety of benefits. To make a donation or for more information, please call 770-562-4501 or visit www.raphaclinic.org. In addition, the organization offers a year-long sponsorship program celebrating sponsors during all annual fundraising events.

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About Rapha Clinic
The Rapha Clinic of West Georgia is a faith-based, non-profit, charitable ministry serving uninsured adults in West Georgia (Carroll, Douglas, Haralson, Heard, and Paulding counties) since 2010. Volunteer professionals provide high quality medical and dental care to those most in need. In addition to the best healthcare, Rapha patients receive spiritual support and guidance without forcing beliefs. It is through caring for the physical illness that Rapha has an opportunity to be a witness for Christ. The unconditional love and superior care provided by Rapha empowers patients to break the cycle of poor health and habits and improve their quality of life.

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Prog Legend Eddie Jobson To Release “EDDIE JOBSON – LIVE” New Double CD

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Eddie Jobson – Live

ASHEVILLE, NC, USA, August 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Musicians’ musician and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Eddie Jobson, best known for his virtuosic violin and keyboard work with Roxy Music, Frank Zappa, King Crimson, Jethro Tull and supergroup UK, brings us a compilation of live performances from Poland, Russia, Japan and the U.S.A. with his all-star ‘U-Z Project.’

Jobson’s live concert recordings feature guest musicians Marc Bonilla, Alex Machacek, Marco Minnemann, Mike Mangini, Greg Howe, Simon Phillips, Trey Gunn, TJ Helmerich, Billy Sheehan, Ric Fierabracci, Tony Levin and special guest appearances by John Wetton.

The twenty-one tracks include:

Alaska (UK) – Perm, Russia
The Only Thing She Needs (UK) – Los Angeles, USA
Awakening (Mahavishnu Orchestra) – Boston, USA
Nevermore (UK) – Tokyo, Japan
Rendezvous 6:02 (UK) – Tokyo, Japan
Theme of Secrets (Jobson) – Bydgoszcz, Poland
In The Dead of Night (UK) – Tokyo, Japan
Presto Vivace (UK)- Tokyo, Japan
Bitches Crystal (ELP) – Los Angeles, USA
Red (King Crimson) – Perm, Russia
Starless (King Crimson) – Tokyo, Japan
Caesar’s Palace Blues (UK) – Tokyo, Japan
Forever Until Sunday (Bruford) – Tokyo, Japan
Carrying No Cross (UK) – Krakow, Poland

Released August 28, 2020

To pre-order: https://www.amazon.com/Eddie-Jobson-Live/dp/B08DDSD3LH/ref

Watch “Caesar's Palace Blues” live (featured on the CD): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8nF4f_FKPc

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All Together United Releases Music Video for New Single, "Lord"

All Together United (Creative Soul Records)

…the message that this song brings is so timely for what the world needs right now, in this current climate and at this current moment.”

— Chad Hampton

NASHVILLE, TN, USA, August 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Creative Soul Records' rock band, All Together United, has released the new single, “Lord,” from their 6-song EP, “Anything Is Possible.” Watch the official music video, directed by Billy Brown, on YouTube: https://youtu.be/co1g_8g7LIE

"The message was so clear and concise that we knew we had to choose it,” says drummer Chad Hampton of the guitar-heavy rock anthem, which was the first track selected for the new project. "The energy, the message that this song brings is so timely for what the world needs right now, in this current climate and at this current moment.”

Adds Hampton, “We hope that when people hear it, not only will they respond to its rock-heavy sound, but they'll hear the deeper message of hope through salvation. That salvation only comes from one name, Jesus Christ our Lord.”

All Together United was founded in 2014 by Chad Hampton, who dreamed of playing the drums from childhood. While serving in the Army, a tragic accident turned his world upside down — leaving him legally blind, with very limited vision in only one eye. During the recovery process, Hampton realized that unlike his vision, his love for music had never faded. Before long, All Together United was formed. In addition to Hampton, the lineup is rounded out by Matthew Ide (lead vocals) and Ryan Greer (guitars).  

Blending contemporary rock and pop, the new EP was produced by GRAMMY and Dove Award-winning engineer, guitarist and producer, Jonathan Crone.

For more information, visit https://alltogetherunited.com.

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NASHVILLE ARTIST DEBUTS POP SINGLE TO WORLDWIDE RADIO

Cover of the pop single, “Cry Myself to Sleep” as recorded by Luckie Boy

Nashville pop recording artist, Luckie Boy

Nashville hit songwriter, Thornton Cline

Radio single co-written with Nashville hit songwriter, Thornton Cline

I am honored that this young talented artist loved the song we wrote and chose to record it as his first single.”

— Thornton Cline, Nashville hit songwriter

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — NASHVILLE ARTIST DEBUTS POP SINGLE TO WORLDWIDE RADIO

Twenty-two-year old Nashville pop recording artist, Luckie Boy debuts his uptempo pop song, “Cry Myself to Sleep” to radio worldwide on Monday, August 31 according to Musik and Film president, Stephen Wrench.

“I am honored that this young talented artist loved the song we wrote and chose to record it as his first single,” said Nashville hit songwriter, Thornton Cline.

Luckie Boy hails from a small town in Indiana and is a graduate of an audio engineering school in 2018 in Nashville. He has recorded and produced tracks since he was 14 years old when his mother gave him an Apple Mac Pro book. Luckie Boy met hit songwriter, Thornton Cline in Nashville and the two of them began collaborating. Their collaboration resulted in an uptempo pop song they both loved and thought was commercial enough to be produced and recorded. Nashville producer, Levi Bennington produced the tracks and then recorded Luckie Boy. The song was picked up by Musik and Film president, Stephen Wrench, a veteran hit producer who once recorded and produced the hit single, “867-5309” for Tommy Tutone, “Eye of the Tiger” for Survivor, and for other major artists.

Thornton Cline has been nominated multiple times for Grammy and Dove Awards. Cline has received a platinum award for certified sales of one million units for his hit song, “Love is the Reason”. Cline has been honored with “Songwriter of the Year” twice in a row. Thornton Cline has had his songs recorded by Engelbert Humperdinck, Gloria Gaynor, Rebecca Holden, Gary Puckett, Tim Murphy, Billy and Sarah Gaines, Ray Peterson, and 150 independent and major artists. Many of his tunes have reached the top of the charts. Cline is a traditionally published author of 32 fiction and non-fiction books.

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Author Interview with Mike Meier, Author of screenplay & book JoinWith.Me, published by Manybooks

Cover of JoinWith.Me book, available on Amazon

Cover of JoinWith.Me book, available on Amazon

Back of Cover of JoinWith.Me book, available on Amazon

Back of Cover of JoinWith.Me book, available on Amazon

Storyboard image from JoinWith.Me, view of the City

Storyboard image from JoinWith.Me, view of the City

Storyboard image from JoinWith.Me, Sam's view of the City

Storyboard image from JoinWith.Me, Sam’s view of the City

The Manybooks interview explores the underlying premises of JoinWith.Me, particularly the question of whether we control technology or technology control us

JoinWith.Me is a cautionary tale about our increasing fusion with technology as a society. The protagonist is Sam Vanderpool, just an average guy …”

— Mike Meier, author of JoinWith.Me

MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The internet platform Manybooks where authors introduce their work to the community, has published an interview with the author of the movie screenplay and book “JoinWith.Me,” under the heading “Do We Control Technology or Does Technology Control Us?” The occasion of the “Author of the Day” interview is that the screenplay of Mike Meier is now available on Amazon.com as an eBook and Paperback. JoinWith.Me is a dystopian thriller that explores timely questions: whether we control technology or it controls us; the singularity horizon where AI crosses the threshold into self-awareness; the enduring power of human connection; and the ultimate destiny of humankind.

Here is a brief excerpt of the interview:

Please give us a short introduction to what JoinWith.Me is about.

JoinWith.Me is a cautionary tale about our increasing fusion with technology as a society. The protagonist is Sam Vanderpool, just an average guy. His life doesn’t matter. He has no friends and no woman. His parents think he’s a weakling who will inevitably go insane. His mind-numbing government job could be performed by any of the thousands of soulless workers who commute in and out of the city each day, just like he does. One night he takes a break from watching internet porn and discovers a website called JoinWith.Me. There, a “counselor” promises to fix his life.

Your novel explores the question whether we control technology or it controls us. Which do you believe?

Now you are asking a really tough question. In my story, it controls us because it comes to life, it is no longer mere artificial intelligence. At that point, should that ever happen, it is certainly technology that controls us. That’s why I quote Goethe’s Sorcerer’s Apprentice (better known to most Americans as the Mickey Mouse Fantasia story) at the beginning: “Wrong I was in calling Spirits, I avow, For I find them galling, Cannot rule them now.” Until that point, there is a chance for us to control technology, if only she weren’t such a seductive enchantress. Most cannot resist.

The complete interview is at: https://manybooks.net/featured-authors/mike-meier-do-we-control-technology-or-does-technology-control-us

The the screenplay, video trailer and book have received several accolades, including:

Video Trailer: Award Winner IndieX Film Fest, Los Angeles July 2020 (Honorable Mention)

Screenplay: Script Summit Screenplay Contest 2020, Finalist.

Screenplay: Honorable Mention, 89th Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition.

In brief, the storyline is: In the year 2032, Sam Vanderpool lives a lonely existence with a menial job in an urban dystopia that is impersonal and dominated by technology. Sam is jolted from his routine when an ad appears on his computer screen that takes him to a website called JoinWith.Me. The site offers counseling for the lonely, and Sam decides to log on. He talks to a girl who offers to help him be happier and find a girlfriend. Or so he thinks…

When she tells him to give all his money to a stranger, Sam reports her to the police, but they brush him off. He decides to leave town, but his flight is mysteriously canceled. Where there is a chip, a screen, or an interface, there she is. In desperation, he abandons the life he knows and becomes one of the city's homeless, scrounging for money and befriending transients: Gabrielle, an immigrant with the voice of an angel and a direct connection to God, and Joey, an armless man who makes art with his feet…

JoinWith.Me is available for purchase online at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/JoinWith-Me-Machina-Machine-Dystopian-Fiction/dp/164111942X/ref=sr_1_2?crid=3C1PLH3V6SY86&dchild=1&keywords=joinwith.me&qid=1598098451&sprefix=joinwith.me%2Caps%2C138&sr=8-2

About the Author

Mike Meier grew up in Germany. He holds a master’s degree in political science as well as a J.D. and LL.M. When not writing books and screenplays, he enjoys playing Latin and Flamenco guitar. He currently resides in the greater Washington, D.C area.

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Legendary Producer for B.I.G., Craig Mack, Nas and more! Easy Mo Bee Hosts Wahida Clark’s Street Lit House Party

The Legendary Producer Easy Mo Bee – Monday, August 31 8 – 10 pm

Celebrating Legends of Classic Hip-Hop in August

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — We’re celebrating Classic Legends of Hip-Hop all month at Wahida Clark’s Street 🚦 Lit 🔥 House 🏠 Party 🎉 and the legendary DJ EASY MO BEE is back for the grand finale of this month’s Music Mental Therapy!

This month, we’ve been joined by legends Kwame, Grandmaster Caz, Large Professor; and MC Lyte. Upcoming for September: DJ Dice, DJ Diamond Kuts, DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Mos and more spinning up good vibes for all hip-hop and music lovers! In these trying times, many of us are turning to music for a much needed mind break. And what’s better than a good old-fashioned Virtual House Party for some Musical Mental Therapy?

This summer, Official Queen of Street Lit and 4 x NY Times Best Seller Wahida Clark’s Street Lit House Party has given us some stress relief featuring DJ sets from everyone from Easy Mo Bee, DJ Scratch, Kwame and DJ Suss One; to DJ Aktive, Kiss the Dee Jay, Tony Touch, DJ Chill X, Rich Medina and Large Professor.
Episode 1 of Wahida's Street Lit House Party premiered in May with "Monologue Theater with Wahida Clark", a virtual event hosted by Kim Coles featuring the Legendary Bill Duke with re-enactments from the “Thugs and the Women Who Love Them” book series.

Recently, Hip-Hop Pioneer Kwame of KwameVision took over Saturday morning by hosting the Premier of Wahida’s Street Lit R-rated Cartoon “SWAG” Sims Mini-Series on YouTube.

Come destress with us and indulge in a little Musical Mental Therapy every week because you'll never know which DJ will rock the house and groove with us! Tune in Monday's 8 -10 pm on Instagram, Twitch and Youtube Live with Wahida Clark!

●Stay tuned for more announcements and events including Monologue Theater Part 2.
●Drop in on Wahida Clark’s page Mondays 8 – 10 and get “Street Lit."
●Check out the SWAG R-rated Cartoon series on YouTube. Comment. Like. Share.
●Wahida Clark’s “Thug Series" available at wclarkpublishing.com and wherever books are sold.

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HIP Video Promo presents: Jonathan Lykes releases a new liberated music video "I Love Being Black" on Music News

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Jonathan Lykes – I Love Being Black

And of course, they're looking for a song to sing – one that encapsulates their hope for future generations and belief in who they are

WASHINGTON, D.C., USA, August 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Watch "I Love Being Black" by Jonathan Lykes on Music News

In the midst of a protest, there are few things more powerful than a chorus of hope sung in unison by thousands of people. Songs of liberation have scored movements worldwide, invigorated marchers, given resistors a common point of reference, and, quite often, a catchy chorus to bring home. Jonathan Lykes is an activist and educator, as well as a talented musician, and he's seen his share of street actions. He knows very well that an inspiring chorus will rally the crowd – and he's decided to provide one of his own.

In keeping with the long tradition of topical and political songs from Fela Kuti to Guthrie to Nina Simone, Bob Dylan and Kendrick Lamar, "I Love Being Black" hides nothing. It's a straightforward statement of self-affirmation with a chorus that's absolutely upfront about its advocacy. Lykes wants his fellow Black and Brown comrades to celebrate their beauty and strength – and, by implication, realize the power they possess when they stand in solidarity. The singer-songwriter knows that too many Black people feel overwhelmed and devalued by present cultural and political conditions. “I Love Being Black” is not only about celebrating Blackness, but about responding to centuries of anti-black racism, the debasement of Black humanity and an indifference to Black suffering. Lykes is singing out in defiance, as boldly and bravely as he can, attempting to clean up the residue of a poisonous ideology.

"I Love Being Black" is just the latest extension of Lykes' activism and organizing. He is a co-founder of Black Youth Project 100 and is the curator of The Black Joy Experience, the BYP100's celebratory freedom song album meant to teach the value of holistic energy culture. He's been a national youth organizer and policy analyst for the Get R.E.A.L. Initiative, a project designed to create opportunities for LBGTQ and gender-nonconforming people of color impacted by foster care, homelessness, and criminal (in)justice systems. He also co-founded a network called Keeping Ballroom Community Alive Network, which seeks to harness the power of the House|Ballroom community and apply it to social movements. In short, he's a person accustomed to putting himself out on the line, so the arrangement he's chosen for "I Love Being Black" should surprise nobody: it's just Lykes' voice, the voices of his friends and comrades in harmony, and a single acoustic guitar.

In the clip for "I Love Being Black" – which Lykes directed himself – he strums that acoustic six-string under the sun, right in the middle of Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, DC. His fellow activists stand beside him, some with signs, some just holding their ground in the capitol of a nation that continues to further criminalize Black and Brown bodies. They'll fight for liberation if they have to, but they'd much rather have you join them in their struggle. And of course, they're looking for a song to sing – one that encapsulates their hope for future generations and belief in who they are. Don't be surprised if you hear "I Love Being Black" at the foreground of the #2020Uprising, or if you see Jonathan Lykes there, leading the chorus.

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HIP Video Promo presents: BigLou exposes the flaws of the music industry in new music video "Redemption"

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As glamorous as the spotlight is, no one actually sees what’s going on behind the curtains of the business

PHILADELPHIA, PA, USA, August 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Do you know what it’s like to build yourself up only to have everything you earned stripped away from you? Repairing the rubble from the collapse is no easy task, but Big Lou has big dreams and even bigger ambitions. The Camden, NJ native learned to navigate the rough environment surrounding him; the streets were constantly tempting him because it was an easy way out. Yet music was his safety net and the only way to forget about the world outside the windows. He dove into his work and hustled to get his name out there. Big Lou thought he was networking with the right people, but they ended up betraying him, which caused years of disruption in his music career that brought him back to square one. The rapper weathered the storm and came back even stronger. Music is in his blood, and no one can take that away.

Expect Big Lou’s comeback to be a worldwide occasion. He might be a rapper, but Big Lou studies and appreciates all aspects of music and pulls influence from classics like Van Halen and Duran Duran. He boasts six wins from the Underground Music Awards and has collaborated with artists like Bruno Mars and Busta Rhymes. Besides focusing on his music, he is also a full-time CEO of the Lost City Nation label.

“That’s when the drama killed my passion” – Big Lou gets straight to the point: it takes a lot of bravery to expose the flaws of the industry that you’re determined to succeed in. The trials and tribulations he faced tested his patience and commitment, but his newest music video “Redemption” commemorates his second commencement in the music industry. As glamorous as the spotlight is, no one actually sees what’s going on behind the curtains of the business. Throughout the clip, we watch the endless parade of musicians surrender to the masked vultures of music. Big Lou watches the dismay as a shadow and stays hidden until he can’t take it anymore. The sight of seeing artists succumb to the tight leash of the music monopolies hits too close to home – he needed to intervene. Big Lou knows he is not the only artist ostracized by the haste; it’s important to lend a helping hand to others who are locked in the “cell” and feel like they can’t overcome it.

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HIP Video Promo presents: Malina Moye releases a statement of empowerment in new music video "Enough"

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Malina Moye – Enough

So I am encouraging everyone to celebrate who you are right now in this moment—not who you’re trying to be, but exactly who you are now. You are enough.

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, August 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Everywhere she goes, and on every stage she plays, Malina Moye is recognized as one of the top guitarists of her generation. With a witting disregard for genre restriction, this modern-day six-string champion shatters the boundaries between rock, funk, soul, and pop. Bad As I Wanna Be, her third and latest set, topped the Billboard charts for two consecutive weeks and drew rave reviews from music press and fans alike. Penning all of the songs herself, she deftly flexes her musical storytelling, yet keeps radio-friendly appeal throughout. Moye then throws in a handful of soul-grabbing guitar solos as her signature added seasoning, and her fans wouldn't have it any other way.

"Enough" is a statement of self-affirmation and every note Moye plays from a colorful downtown Los Angeles rooftop supports its central message; "I am enough, you are enough, we are enough." And in the video, she challenges us to come to the same conclusion about ourselves. Taking this cue, director Marc Fusco turns the camera on pedestrians of all walks of life to paint a broad inclusive picture of society.

“Diversity is really the soul of the video,” states filmmaker Fusco. “Malina’s lyrics speak about our dreams and hopes of what we want for our lives, but also come to terms with the DNA of America and the healing that it needs to do.”

Fueled by a groundswell of celebrity voices on social media, Moye’s #IAMENOUGH campaign has seen a powerful resurgence in the last few months, topping over four million impressions globally. “‘I am young, I am black, I am a woman, and I am somebody’ is what kept going through my mind while I was writing ‘Enough,’” declares Moye. “So I am encouraging everyone to celebrate who you are right now in this moment—not who you’re trying to be, but exactly who you are now. You are enough.”

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HIP Video Promo presents: Chris Waters confronts 2020 in new music video "Blurry"

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Chris Waters – Blurry

It's hard to imagine a smarter, tougher, more fitting soundtrack for the global crisis

AUSTIN, TX, USA, August 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Enter Chris Waters – an artist with a gift. He's a clarifier, a sense-maker, a believer in meaning in a time of bewilderment. Having just moved to Austin, Texas and found himself on lockdown, the singer/songwriter and rapper has struggled with the same fears for the future of the nation (and civilization) that we've all had. But he's chosen to cling to reason, and he's determined to keep his footing no matter how treacherous things get. "Blurry," his ferocious new single, is a heartfelt, moving, incisive, and often vulnerable account of life during quarantine, and a close examination of the destabilized psychological state we've all grown accustomed to. It's hard to imagine a smarter, tougher, more fitting soundtrack for the global crisis.

Waters's fans have come to count on him for exactly this kind of frankness, and boldness, and willingness to keep the flame of hope burning, no matter how desperate the hour. On "Blurry," Waters keeps the rhymes tight and succinct, the mood intense and focused, and the beats fierce. By the end of the song, "Blurry" slides into hallucination: the relentless slowed-down vocal sample is a sonic testament to the pressure we're all feeling, and the thunderous drum beats are blows against the walls of the rooms in which we've been confined. Nevertheless, Waters never loses his balance. He doesn't promise a miracle. Instead, he pledges perseverance, and thoughtfulness, and self-reflection. This may be the sanest man in show business – a much-needed counterweight during a period of lunacy.

In the "Blurry" clip, Chris Waters confronts the madness of 2020 head-on. World-famous images pulled from the news, some of them only weeks old, but already part of media history, play on a rippling sheet in a dark room. He is alone with them, and they threaten to absorb him and pull him into their dark logic. But he's got the will to fight back – and the stamina to stay on his feet. By the end of the video, there's reason for hope. From the moment he begins to rhyme, we know it: his battle is our battle.

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