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Urban Culture News Message of Empowerment in MMM Song
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Written by Robert ID1957   
Tuesday, 04 October 2005 19:20

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Million Man March, Alan Curtis Green, composer and producer of "One In A Million," has put together a commemorative CD package sure to please. Each compact disc will feature "One In A Million," the 2005 Million Man March song, a free MMM wristband and a chance to win a free trip for two to Hawaii.

The "One In A Million," CD will also feature a raw, telling, unscripted conversation between 12 African Americans from very different walks of life who were put in a room, in front of a mike for five hours. Listeners will hear portions of the conversation had by corporate workers, entrepreneurs, preachers and pimps on politics, male female relationships, the church and black leadership.

In the vein of humanitarian anthems like "We Are The World," "One In A Million" the single and CD project speaks to the human spirit at a time when the disaster and destruction of Hurricane Katrina has the nation asking questions about race, poverty and the inclusion of all Americans.

To aid the victims of Hurricane Katrina, Green has also composed a second version of "One In A Million," titled "One In A Million: After The Storm."

To hear a sample of "One In A Million" and "One In A Million: After The Storm," to purchase either single or commemorative CD set and register to win a free trip for two to Hawaii, log on to www.millionsong.com.

Also featured on millionsong.com is video of Minister Louis Farrakhan's endorsement of "One In A Million" and hip-hop rap artist Kanye West discussing the 10th anniversary march.

Alan Curtis Green is also the creator of "The Kwanzaa Song," and CEO of Urban Jingles.com.

For more information and availability visit www.millionsong.com .

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Urban Culture News Message of Empowerment in MMM Song

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