„My intention is to use music as a tool for social change.“

—  Dawud Wharnsby, Context: My intention is to use music as a tool for social change. It is always a prayer of mine that the work I produce will help, in some small way, to better the world or provide others with hope in themselves or trust in The Creator’s mercy to us all.
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Canadian musician 1972
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