Music is more than entertainment. Music is more of an art form. It is a way to speak to others about life struggles and achievements, love, religion, and government. Although some forms of music is for entertainment such as such party songs there are motivational artist that began movements around world whether it is politics, fashion, and social etiquette. Some artists include Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Public Enemy, Bob Marley, Tupac, and U2. All formed unity throughout the world and impacted many to listen to causes from the civil rights movement, to changes in the ghetto, to world peace. For example Aretha Franklin’s “Respect” was a big impact for the civil rights movement along with James Brown and Ray Charles. Other artist talked about government and creating changes within our community such as Public Enemy and Tupac. With the power of music hip hop, country, gospel, and other forms, number of individuals relate and break ethnic barriers. All cultures can come together and sing and dance as one whole forget about poverty, troubles in the home and workplace, financial situations, and government laws and policies. Music effects emotions and allows people to share a message. Some messages pertaining to gay rights, domestic violence, women empowerment, and differences among race and cultures. Although some artist do not talk about cultural events in their music they are still yet inspirational to others. Singer, Philanthropist Alicia Keys not only sings with her piano but also is the co-founder of Keep A Child Alive, a non-profit organization to provides medicine to families with HIV and AIDS.
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