"Music to the Movement Volume III -- Liberated," out on Friday, is the next volume in Disney's four-part set of EPs honoring Black resides and social justice under a joint venture between Disney Music Group as well as The Undefeated, ESPN's platform for investigating the intersections of race, culture and sports.
Shahidi provides the first spoken word track"For A Black Girl" about the EP, while Bailey covers Nina Simone's"Feeling Good."
Cordae and Common join forces for"What is Life," and Cordae consented to donate his profits from the record launch to finance scholarships for students in underrepresented communities attending HBCUs. Because of this, Disney Dreamers Academy and The Undefeated consented to meet his contribution.
"So many men and women want the cash more than I do. I feel like if you are in such a lucky position, it is important to cover that forward for a blessing to other people. It's particularly important for me to spend in our youth and the long run," 23-year-old Cordae stated in a statement. "Young men and women are the future of the society and the Earth, thus we have to do everything we can to be sure they are appropriately positioned to be successful. If I will spark the mind of a couple of future world leaders and geniuses, I will die a happy person."
Disney's first quantity known as "I Can not Breathe/Music for its Movement" premiered last October and featured tunes by Rapsody, Bilal, Robert Glasper, Terrace Martin, Alex Isley, Jensen McRae and Keedron Bryant. "Black Background Consistently -- Music for the Movement Vol.