After Trump started his presidency, many artists decided to rise their voices to protest against his policies towards minorities. Newcomer Tye James shared a new track “War” and if you buy it, all proceeds will go directly to the Trevor Project and/or the ACLU.
As a part of the LGBTQI community, Tye is concerned about Trump‘s executive order for “Religious Freedom” (as all of us) and all of the policies against women and immigrants. About the track, he explained over an email:
As a gay man and the son of an immigrant, I am angered by the executive orders Trump is enacting … I know it’s not much but this is a song of empowerment and a call to resist.
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