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New York Rapper Prince Harvey Will Release 100 Songs in 100 Days to Protest Trump

New York Rapper Prince Harvey Will Release 100 Songs in 100 Days to Protest Trump

Agatha Powa
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An ambitious project to inspire action & dialogue. 

Prince Harvey, the queer rapper who famously recorded his entire first album PHATASSin an Apple Store, will release 100 songs in 100 days to reflect Trump's first 100 days in office. Through this project, called Stay Bold after his song "Stay Gold," Harvey hopes to inspire action and dialogue--a response to the "sadness, bans, death and fatigue" caused by the administration's polarizing work thus far.

"Love, desire, isolation, revolution, death, division, success, pain, and happiness are but a few of the main topics I'll be exploring," Harvey says. "I will use these 100 days to create a musical universe that reflects the one I'd like to see in the world. Every notable attempt of societal change requires a group effort and collective responsibility. The importance of community building during such pursuits is invaluable."

Along the way, Harvey plans to recruit like-minded collaborators, from filmmakers to fellow musicians and performance artists. Names like Morehshin Allahyari, Rafia Santana, Jimi Nxir, Joanne Petit-Frere and Herman Jean-Noel, whom all share similar visions, will be featured among the rapper's 100 promised releases. He's currently crowdsourcing funds to support Stay Bold on Kickstarter, with rewards that include 15-track "Best Of" compilations and exclusive tees.

Learn more about the New York emcee, below, and help his protest project reach its $14k goal, here.

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