#BlackMusicMatters | Kindred The Family Soul's "Legacy of Love"

For the past 2 days, Kindred The Family Soul has provided Chicago with musical relief. As the city copes with civil unrest and teacher layoffs, there have been soothing sounds coming from The Promontory in Hyde Park-- courtesy of the aforementioned singing duo. The Philadelphia-based group is here to promote their latest project, "Legacy of Love". (A project that I have already pre-ordered.)

The new project's lead single, "All My People", has powerful lyrics which are very timely and relevant. It's a song about togetherness and unity in a time where people are disagreeing about #BlackLivesMatter and how people should #StayWoke. 

For the sake of peace, Kindred's vocalists Fatin and Aja use their music to help listeners focus on the big picture: "One Love". 

"Legacy of Love" will be released on Tuesday, August 30, 2016. It is available on The Kulture Shop, iTunes, Google Play, and other digital outlets. 

[FTC Disclosure: I wrote this blog on my own without any compensation.]

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