TERRACE MARTIN, KAMASI WASHINGTON, AND DENZEL CURRY DEBUT STUNNING MOVEMENT ‘RACISM ON TRIAL’
THREE PART MUSIC SERIES WRITTEN FOR BLACK POWER LIVE PRESENTED BY JAMMCARD AND FORM
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(LOS ANGELES, CA) AUGUST 7, 2020 – Earlier this summer, Terrace Martin, Kamasi Washington and Denzel Curry teamed up for the groundbreaking Black Power Live virtual music festival hosted by Patrisse Cullors (co-founder of Black Lives Matter), presented by Jammcard and Form. Today, they share their collaboration as ‘Racism on Trial’ with three incredible, thought-provoking movements on YouTube, featuring Martin, Washington, Curry, Robert Glasper, Alex Isley, and more.
The Black Power Live event gathered 1.7 million viewers on it’s livestream day via Twitch. With today’s release, all proceeds will go to Crenshaw Dairy Mart, Trap Heals, Transgender Law Center, Sankofa.org, and Black Men Build.
‘Racism on Trial’ follows Martin’s recent album Gray Area – Live at the JammJam, featuring the song “For Free?” which Terrace wrote with Kendrick Lamar. The album was released on Jammcard Music in partnership with Sounds of Crenshaw and Empire Distribution. Recorded at Studio A of United Recording, packed with 300 Jammcard members surrounding the performers, the album is filled with some of the most exciting and powerful jazz music created in years. The performance features Ronald Bruner Jr., Kamasi Washington, Maurice “Mobetta” Brown, Ben Wendel, Paul Cornish, and Joshua Crumbly.
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Jammcard started out as one of LA’s best kept secrets before expanding to Atlanta, Nashville and New York, now known as one of the music industry’s biggest players. The app is credited for assembling live bands for some of today’s biggest acts, such as Gwen Stefani, Zedd, Maren Morris, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Jason Derulo and Grace VanderWaal, amongst an endless list of today’s major touring acts. Over the last year, the startup gained funding from entertainment mogul Quincy Jones and made warm-welcomed expansions to Atlanta, Nashville and New york.