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Hawaii Based Reggae band The Lambsbread Releases "World Peace Before 2021" Video
It was a serendipitous moment when world peace activist Jill Kollist met The Lambsbread at an outdoor reggae festival in Maui, Hawaii. Both Jill and the Hawaiian based roots and reggae band family embrace a philosophy and message of One Love.
In a previous release to the media, Kaya stated "Earlier this year we were performing at an outdoor reggae festival in Maui called "Reggae on the Beach". After the performance we were approached by world peace activist Jill Kollist. She told us that she loved the music, the message and was amazed by the young talented keyboard player, and drummer.
She explain that it had been her life work campaigning for World Peace, and wanted to set a goal of 2021 to see this dream realized. Finding out that the Lambsbread was a family band, she felt we would be perfect to record the song "World Peace Before 2021" to help manifest this goal, and that a reggae version of the song would best transmit the message across the world.
Anything to help rid the earth of destruction and violence seemed like a good idea to me, so we wholeheartedly set to the task of producing a song for the project."
The consciously inspiring single seeks to bring awareness to the plight of World Peace, by uniting all under the guise that we are all one race.. The human race! "World Peace Before 2021" visual depiction translates unto the breathtaking scenery of Hawaii. Filmed on the Southside and Northshore of Maui, Hawaii, the video was directed by The Lambsbread family themselves, and features the diverse faces and people of the beautiful island. "The video is intended to show that unity and diversity are not only possible but a reality in many places.
The video also shows the contrast of what is going on in the cities and war zones on the earth. The visuals show the beauty of the earth we all share, and that the children are more important than fighting and conflict. Children everywhere want to be loved and cared for, and we need to work together to make the earth a safe place to live, free of war and destruction. " - Kaya
The Lambsbread "World Peace Before 2021" has premiered Monday, January 21st on popular online reggae magazine "Reggaeville". The song released Sept. 21 2016, for International World Peace Day, is available on iTunes and all major online digital stores, and can streamed on soundcloud. In supporting their vision and bringing awareness to the cause, The Lambsbread teamed up with Cooyah clothing company to produce a symbolic tee-shirt, Those traits echo and fit in with Cooyah's clothing line mission.
Cooyah Clothing Inc. is inspired by the faces, races, shapes and sizes of all humanity. The shirt features a Lion and lamb symbolizing peace on earth with the phrase "World Peace Before 2021". $5 from each tee-shirt sold will be donated to organizations helping victims of war torn areas, and will is available at www.thelambsbreadreggae.com
"History can not be erased, and it is time for the people of the earth to learn from all the past injustices and evil that has been committed by governments and organization of power.
People just want to live in safety and security wherever they are from, and international conflict between nations is more to keep the profit machine rolling than protecting freedom, or democracy.
The suffering of the children needs to stop, and we are praying this video will help open peoples eyes to the goodness in all people regardless of their race, color, or creed."
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