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The international music video includes original footage filmed around the world, locations include - Louisville, New York, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Kenya, and Guam. Thought provoking images and powerful lyrics bring to light current social issues - featuring a 25ft mural painted specifically for the video. This music video will be part of a larger movement and vehicle to fundraise for social causes.
Our song and video for Prayer is about unity through diversity. Every culture prays/meditates/hopes. The world is hurting today and we need to bring people together. Coming from Compassionate City and sharing hometowns with Muhammad Ali is important to us. As a key part of the music video, we produced a mural titled "Be a Light". The mural was designed by our creative director and publicist Sydney Strabala (based in LA) and was painted in collaboration with several local Louisville artists. The mural contains faces from all over the world, including actual people that the music video features such as a young boy from Kenya, a Syrian refugee, a Native-American, and other faces of various races and creeds. Lyrics from the song are also integrated into the design of the mural.
Music with substance. We want to start a discussion with our music. Prayer is Jenna Dean's first of many efforts to start a global conversation and inspire action. The music video is a part of a social movement for good and the video campaign will serve as a fundraising platform this summer to support charitable organizations tied to missions that the artists are passionate about.
“Our song and video for Prayer is about unity through diversity. Every culture prays/meditates/hopes. The world is hurting today and we need to bring people together. Being from Compassionate City and the Hometown of Ali is important to us." - Raspberry
In March we hosted a candlelight vigil to unveil the mural. The local community (including Louisville Mayor Fischer) came together in solidarity and were extras in the music video. Read LEO Weekly Article.
(Photo from article in LEO Weekly)