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LISTEN: New artist Major cries for "Change Right Now" on new release

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"Change Right Now" is  Major's heart cry to end the hatred and violence in the world from the album, "i am Major."  Amber Riley is featured  on the track in a call and response exchange that  carries the straight forward message. A portion of Barack Obama's speech on the Edmond Pettus Bridge trails on the end of the powerful track placing focus on the recent racially inspired tragedies that have rocked America. Despite its retro music style and reference to past events, "Change Right Now" befits the times in which we live.  Just as change is indeed necessary, so is the passion and urgency in the artist's voice. Click the link to listen below. 

(LOS ANGELES, CA) - - BOE. Music Group and EMPIRE has announced their latest release from breakout artist MAJOR. today. MAJOR's. first effort titled, "i am MAJOR." will be available for purchase today and includes features with Mali Music, Jade Novah, Kevin McCall and Amber Riley.

"If Martin Luther King could come back as a recording artist he would come back as MAJOR.," says famed "GLEE" actress Amber Riley.

"The single Why I Love You is a love letter to beautiful music, it is everything a woman needs in her life when it comes to love. This song is the BOMB!" says actress Niecy Nash. Listen to the EP's lead single "Why I Love You" here: 

In response to all the current world tragedies, recording artist MAJOR. and Amber Riley ("Glee") performed their new viral hit single #ChangeRightNow on FOX's new daytime talk show "THE PREACHERS." Listen to the single #ChangeRightNow here:! Music deemed MAJOR. the Hope Dealer of Music, stating he is "unapologetically uplifting."