“Protect the women on this earth, we need the ladies” cries Charly Black in his new single “Domestic Violence”, Produce by Crawba Geinus a cry echoed by many not only in the musical arena but right across the Jamaican society.
In a country of just under 3.5 million people, an alarming 15% of women between the ages 15 to 49 experience violence from a male partner; this according to the Minister of Health Christopher Tufton.
In this project, the double diamond selling “Party Animal” artist, uses his platform and international reach, to bring attention to a matter of utmost importance.
The impact of this song is set to be huge, and will also be released in time to support the Government of Jamaica’s awareness campaign on Domestic Violence.
In April 2019, the Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness, urged the citizens of Jamaica to remove the culture of violence; especially those committed against women and children.
Additionally, Minister Holness informed the public via his twitter account that the Ministry of Gender has established shelters for women affected and urged citizens with knowledge of domestic violence to report same to the police.
The great and positive songs from our dancehall artists most times do not attain the attention and relevance they deserve.
And with the stigma surrounding dancehall music due to its potential influence on youths in the Jamaican society, a song like Domestic Violence should make a significant difference and impact on the life of not only Jamaicans but to everyone around the world.
Domestic Violence set to release this friday october 18 2019 it will be available on digital platform.
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