David M. stops by Life and the Public Figure

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David M is not an artist that you’ll easily forget. His velvety voice and uplifting messages will linger in your heart long after the last note has been played.  From Kingston, Jamaica, David M was destined to make music. Though his career endured numerous setbacks, none have deterred him from his dream of becoming an internationally recognized world music recording artist. 
 
David M’s debut album, “Here Comes Your Life”, has a wide array of songs from the politically charged “Lest We Forget”, which he launched a campaign around for Black History Month in February 2011.  “Lest We Forget” was written in honor of the progress of our country with the election of Barack Obama to the presidency.  It represents the resurgence of the black movement. “The feeling that I had on that day has been renewed many times over the years,” says David. “From the election of Barack Obama to the many other achievements by men and women of African descent, I am proud of our achievements and humbled by the opportunity to pay homage to them in song.”  David’s campaign featured a music ringtone of “Lest We Forget” as a Black History Month theme song and David spoke at many events, such as the CORE Martin Luther King Day Banquet in New York City, speaking at The Schomburg Museum of Harlem, Irvington High School, Middle School 61 in Brooklyn, and the Joy Dailey Show on how far African Americans have come since the days of Martin Luther King Jr.  This song is David’s way of paying homage to the stalwarts such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Marcus Garvey, Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, Nelson Mandela, Steven Biko and others who have been instrumental in the struggle for equality and justice, paving the way for positive change.

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