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How Music Can Transform the World

April 10, 2022 GMT

04/10/2022, Portland, OR // KISS PR Brand Story PressWire //

Music has the advantage of being an artistic expression that attracts attention and influences opinion. It can aid in healing, dismantling barriers and borders, reconciliation, and education. As a cultural right, music can help promote and protect other human rights (civil, political, economic, or social).

“Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.” — says Plato

We all understand music because it is a universal language. It can break down complex issues into things we can all relate to, such as love, friendship, fear, or loss. Music widens our horizons and opens our minds to fresh ideas.

The organizations that use music to create movement are more successful ones. Here are a few examples of how music has the power to change the world:

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“The Times They Are A-Changin’,” by Bob Dylan.

Bob Dylan has long been outspoken on various issues, but his songs about the African-American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s are particularly well-known. For example, his hit “Times They Are A-Changin’” was written for a young generation in the 1960s who saw segregation and oppression as outdated practices and sought change. However, because of its ambiguous nature, it will be able to inspire future generations.

Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief

On January 22, 2010, a global telethon was held to raise funds after an earthquake struck Haiti. The concert raised $58 million from an audience of 83 million people. Madonna, Coldplay, and Shakira were among the performers, and Bono, The Edge, JAY Z, and Rihanna performed an original song called “Stranded (Haiti Mon Amour).”

“What’s Going On” by Marvin Gaye

Marvin Gaye’s 1971 album “What’s Going On” spoke out against the Vietnam War and addressed issues of the time, such as drug abuse and poverty. Despite the album’s seriousness, the title track has a very upbeat and inspirational message: “You know we’ve got to find a way; to bring some lovin’ here today.”

His album was a phenomenal and long-lasting success, placing sixth on Rolling Stone magazine’s “500 Greatest Albums of All Time” list in 2003.

Are you a fan of 60s, 70s, and 80s music?

Are you a fan of oldie music? Listening to David Mobley and the music he has written and is associated with will surely inspire you. David is an American songwriter, producer, and musician. His song ‘What About Tomorrow’ from the 2012 Crosswindz album ‘The Dark Side of Day’ and the Dave Evans (AC/DC) hit E.P. titled ‘What About Tomorrow’ also written and produced by David, has inspired millions of people around the world by hitting home just how serious and critical the world has become.

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His song ‘What About Tomorrow,’ nearly a decade after being written and recorded, still applies to the world as it is to this day. David was and still is very passionate about his songs. However, his passion does not stop there. He is also famous worldwide as an inventor and entrepreneur. He is the founder of Wonder Wafers International, which manufactures and distributes Wonder Wafer, the first of its kind non-inflammable, non-toxic, and non-liquid Wafer air freshener. David is also an avid philanthropist. He loves helping humanity.

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