—Montreal electro-indie rockers Young Galaxy hand out a lyrical warning on their newest single "Stay For Real." Backed by a firm mid-period Depeche Mode beat, singer Catherine Mc Candless repeats "Everything's changing/But we've got to stay for real." Nobody will question the band's "realness" considering they've teamed up with the Arcade Fire-connected Plus One organization to donate proceeds from the song to defending marginalized peoples through rights organizations Pivot Legal Society (Canada), American Civil Liberties Union (USA), and Women Against Violence Europe (EU). —Arcade Fire's newest song "I Give You Power" is a not-so-subtle message to new U. The song features the alternating lines "," Cruz Beckham sings.
Proceeds from the pop track go to Global's Make Some Noise, the in-house charity for eight major UK radio stations, which supports charities that help young people living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity.
Carmen complted her graduation from Barbizon Modeling and Acting School in Cincinnati.
After completion of her academic degree, Carmen Electra pursued her career as a dancer at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio. More about her TV career she has featured in over 27 TV series.
The song about the good and bad that hands can do (ie.
“can hold a gun and hold your heart) was co-written by Justin Tranter & Julia Michaels and Blood Pop with Ely Rise; and produced by Blood Pop, Mark Ronson and Tranter.
And made her appearance in the big screen from the movie American vampire as the character of Sulka.
Till now Carmen starred in over three dozen movies.
Electra holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Accounting her personal life, she married twice; her first husband was Dennis Rodman and secondly she married Dave Navarro.
Proceeds from each song sale via i Tunes will be divided equally (43 cents to each) to Equality Florida, GLBT Community Center of Central Florida, and GLAAD. — A song Halifax-based rapper Classified and singer David Myles co-wrote about people who need to leave their families for long stretches to work away from home is now a charity single to raise funds for those affected by the wildfires in Fort Mc Murray and northern Alberta.
All proceeds from the sale of "Work Away" will be donated to the Red Cross and its efforts to help people whose homes burned down or had to relocate.
Melancholic Chicago-based indie popsters Wild Belle haven't sat idly while natural disasters have impacted much of the United States in recent months.