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Review: FMC615 Video Series

Musically, Nashville has become a melting pot of different sounds and feelings as musicians and songwriters of all genre move to Music City in an attempt to become the next big thing.

Activist and hip-hop artist Cat Parks has partnered with the artist Foundation to form FMC615, a collective platform that is used to showcase the talent of other inspiring artists that want to promote a positive change through their lyrical prowess. Parks and Foundation have since created a video series that speaks to a lot of the social issues that face our youth today. The underlining theme of episode 2 circles around the current state of our nation with topics ranging from the Hands up, Don’t Shoot Movement to the 17 lives that were so brutally cut short at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. Lyrically the video is very poignant as it calls for a positive revolution, and of all the lyrics the most prolific were Gods trying to help us, but the devil still laughing.

FMC615 are paving the way for younger artists by generating positivism through creativity. There needs to be more awareness brought to all of the social injustices that occur daily in our world. This dynamic duo is quickly creating a movement that will surely spread among all musicians alike. Be sure to subscribe to their YouTube channel and follow them on social media as well.

Instagram: @fmc615

Facebook: @fmc615

Twitter: @fmc615

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