"We Gotta Change" is the first of a series of a positive hip hop songs to be produced by GrillPeace Productionz. The song was inspired by the tragic death of a Pastor at the United House of Prayer for All People in Richmond, Va. The song speaks about the need to change the way we live our lives and motivates both old and young to stay connected with each other so as to close the "communication gap" that is gaping wide open. Proceeds from sales of the song will be donated to the Richmond Chapter of the Continental Socieites, Inc. This non-profit, charitable organization has been working in the community for over 30 years helping put new coats on the backs of needy children, taking curious teens to a variety of colleges so they can learn about furthering their education, hosting free dental and health screenings and workshops to help keep children and parents aware of medical concerns and stay physically fit. They have also been giving scholarships to needy high school graduates so that those recipients can go to the college or university of their choice.
GrillPeace Productionz plans to record a full length cd featuring several talented artists, all united by the vision of making music that matters, to raise awareness of the real elements of hip hop that have been forgotten over time. Hip Hop started as a cultural outlet to give youth in the community a means of expression and improvement. All songs from this project will be postive, motivational, inspiring and proceeds from the sales of each release and the full length project will always be donated to a charitable organization. Presently, we have partnered with the Richmond Chapter of the Continental Socieites, Inc but we are open to partner with any other non-profit, charitable organization as well.
We are currently designing a series of promotional items,i.e. t-shirts, coffee mugs, mouse pads, etc. to further promote the project, the mission, and to help increase the amount of money the Richmond Chapter of the Continental Socieites, Inc can provide to teens who need help in order to attend and/or stay in college.