Issac Ryan Brown, co-star of Disney’s hit series “Raven’s Home,” will serve as the host of the second annual Raise Your Voice 4 Peace (RYV4P) youth singing competition on Sat., Nov. 16, at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles. Brown, who is also a singer and rapper, will perform two songs at the event.
Issac is happy to be a part of Raise Your Voice 4 Peace. “I’m super excited to be hosting because I attended the event last year and I was blown away by how awesome the performers were while at the same time getting me excited about such a great cause,” he said.
Dr. Angela Parker, director of training and programs for Jenesse Center and Jeneration J, is looking forward to this year’s competition. “Raise Your Voice 4 Peace is a way to empower youth to embrace the healthy relationships in their lives in a creative way that they can connect with,” said Dr. Parker. “There is so much power in music and allowing our youth to express themselves in this manner meets them where there are. We are also very excited to be hosting our second annual singing competition.”
The winner of the competition will win $3,000. To enter, contestants must be 13 to 18 years old and submit a video of themselves singing an original or cover song with an empowering message. Submissions must be made HERE (http://ryv4p.org/jenesse) by Fri., Oct. 25, at 11:59 p.m. PT. The Raise Your Voice 4 Peace planning committee will select the 5 finalists who will compete at the GRAMMY Museum event. A panel of music industry executives and artists will serve as judges at the finale and select the winner.
In support of Raise Your Voice 4 Peace and other Jeneration J causes, Jeneration J is participating in the Fund Duel fundraising competition. To learn more or to participate, please visit Jeneration J’s Fund Duel page (https://fundduel.com/jenerationj).