NEW ANTHEM “WE ARE CHAMPIONS” HONORS COVID-19 FRONTLINE WORKERS
New York, NY(May 10, 2020, Schure Media Group) – With billions of people in isolation and quarantine globally, art is flourishing and songs like “We Are Champions,” are being written to unify and uplift spirits during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Stricken with an onslaught of emotions brought on by the pandemic, two award-winning singer-songwriters, B. Howard and Van Ness Wu, decided to record “We Are Champions,” to speak to the resilience of humanity and honor the personal sacrifices of those on the frontline! “We Are Champions celebrates people who are risking their own lives to save others,” shares Howard. “It’s one thing to be at home safely isolated from corona virus and it’s another to walk into the pandemic daily not knowing if your next patient will be your last.”
By coming together musically, Howard who is from the United States and Wu who is Chinese, also hope that their unified voices will shed light on another hurtful reality. “Our Asian brothers and sisters have become victims of profiling domestically. An experience that I as an African American know all too well,” shares Howard. “As we mourn the recent murder of Ahmaud Arberry and others who have been met with hostility and racism, we appeal to all with the message that we are in this together. We can overcome if we let the light within penetrate through the darkness of racial discrimination and profiling. Art has the power to unite and connect in times of crisis and we hope that “We Are Champions” helps to turn fear, anxiety, and panic into hope and empowerment.”
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About B. Howard
Brandon Howard (aka B. Howard) is an American recording artist, producer, songwriter, and a rising star in the global music scene. As a solo artist, his hit single “Don’t Say You Love Me” reached #11 on the Billboard Dance Charts (USA). He received an Astana Dausy Award for Best New Artist 2018 and remained busy performing throughout the year in large festivals. In 2019, Howard dropped an action movie styled music video for the seductive single “Lose Control (ft. Siggy Dealz Jackson)” shot on location in Pakistan. He prides himself on creating soulful vocals layered on pristine production, and electric energy.
As a songwriter and producer, his chart-topping collaborations include songs with artists Ne-Yo, Jason Derulo, Vanessa Hudgens, Ginuwine, and most recently The Bonfyre. His first major placement was on Ginuwine's 2003 single "Love You More" which reached #23 on The Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. He was tapped to revamp, produce, and perform the song "Ke Nako"- a homage to Nelson Mandela- on the Official 2010 FIFA World Cup Album alongside Wyclef Jean and Jazmine Sullivan.