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UR2.Global Self-Esteem Arts Project Names Sweet Honey in the Rock as the 2020 Honorary Artist-in-Residence

The Two-Time Grammy Nominated A cappella Group (SHIR) – are the 2020 Honorary Artist-in-Residence for its 5th Annual International Artist Challenge Calling for Singer-Songwriters to Uplift the Self-Esteem of Humanity
Press Release – updated: Feb 12, 2020 08:00 EST

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., February 12, 2020 (Newswire.com) – UR2.Global – A Psycho-Spiritual Arts Project names two-time Grammy Nominated Acappella Group – Sweet Honey In The Rock as the 2020 International Honorary Artist-in-Residence for its 5th Annual International Artist Challenge. The honorary artists receive the distinction of having the “artist challenge” named in their honor, to help motivate singer-songwriters from around the world to assist the not-for-profit arts organization in its humanitarian effort to uplift the self-esteem of humanity, by creating original works that are showcased on their website for daily inspiration. As such, the arts organization invites singer-songwriters from all around the world to participate in the “2020 International UR2.Global-Sweet Honey In The Rock Artist Challenge.”
Sweet Honey In The Rock (SHIR) was selected out of many applicants because of their socially conscious lyrics and legacy that spans four decades of a commitment to uplift the African-American community. The group remains among the most vibrant, versatile and ever-relevant musical collectives in music today, having performed in many of the world’s most prestigious venues (including 32 separate occasions at Carnegie Hall) on almost every continent for royal command concerts, festivals, and for world leaders such as Former President Barack Obama at the White House and the memorial for Former President Nelson Mandela. The group has produced 24 albums and is currently touring with their latest album #LoveInEvolution (released on Appleseed Recordings, in partnership with the group’s own She Rocks-5 label and distributed by Entertainment One). The members (pictured above) currently consists of Christie Dashiell, Nitanju Bolade Casel, Carol Maillard, Barbara Hunt, Aisha Kahlil, Rochelle Rice, Louise Robinson, and featured musician Romeir Mendez.
Creative Supervisor for Sweet Honey In The Rock – Carol Maillard stated “It is a phenomenal honor to be the 2020 International Honorary Artist-in-Residence. Encouraging self-esteem, confidence, and a sense of well-being and belonging in this world is so important to every individual. Our spirits are enlivened by the creative arts and strengthened through cultural expression. We are honored to partner with the UR2.Global Arts Project.”
UR2.Global President – Amelia Kemp, Ph.D., LMHC, a licensed psychotherapist, non-secular doctor of metaphysical theology, author, and singer-songwriter, co-founded the organization to blend the performing arts with the healing arts to assist mankind in tapping into its inherent worth. Dr. Kemp stated, “Sweet Honey In The Rock’s work resonates with our theme that everyone is an equal, important, and worthy soul. This is why self-esteem matters so much because it determines how one feels about themselves at their core, their value, self-worth, and self-acceptance”.
Singer-songwriters are invited to submit one original verse to this year’s theme song, and, it must be submitted in a cappella to honor the performance style of the honorary artists. The theme song was conceptualized and written by Dr. K’s Music Therapy™ (aka Dr. Amelia Kemp) and commissioned specifically for this artist challenge, titled: Liberated To Be Me, with the goal of creating a ballad that awakens the unlimited potential of mankind to learn to love oneself. The final version of the song awaits the additional verses to be added by the participating song-writers. Once completed, all participating songwriters will be credited as contributing writers to the song, which is dedicated to the 45-year-legacy of Sweet Honey In The Rock. All participants receive awards for their humanitarian contribution to this global project, and will also be invited to perform their verses at the Annual UR2.Global Artist Retreat where Sweet Honey In The Rock are also invited to attend, and hear the song in person and join in.
Pre-registration to submit an entry is now open.
View the full Submission Guidelines and deadlines at: https://www.UR2.Global and click the “2020 International UR2.Global-Sweet Honey In The Rock Artist Challenge” link, and/or contact Mr. Lamarr at UR2.Global@gmail.com. UR2.Global Psycho-Spiritual Arts Project is a project of The Sacretherapy® Institute – A Not-for-profit 501 C3 organization.
Source: UR2.Global Arts Project