Beyond Belief ft. Kwame & Amille Harris - 40 Seconds [Exclusive]

Posted 6 years ago
Producer:
Kwame
Album:
Rhymes & Rhythm for Relief

On January 12, 2010, at 4:53 pm local time, the earth began to shake underneath the people of Haiti, and by the time the earth had calmed, less than a minute later, their lives lay in ruins. In the wake of such overwhelming tragedy people across the globe have rushed to help the people of Haiti, lending their time, resources or talent. In that spirit DJBooth regulars Beyond Belief, Kwame and Amille Harris have come together to record 40 Seconds, an exclusive new song for DJBooth’s Rhymes & Rhythm for Relief album. Centered around some aching production from Kwame, who also contributes a verse, Beyond Belief and Harris use their respective vocal skills to elevate 40 Seconds into a musical call to action: “You can change the world or just waste time, 40 seconds of your life.” All proceeds from DJBooth’s Rhymes & Rhythm for Relief album, available for download now, will go entirely to charity. Please, help however you can and show the people of Haiti they are not forgotten.

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