By Dr. Laura Wilhelm
Some of the participants include Academy and Grammy award winner A. R. Rahman; several artists signed to 28-time Grammy winner Quincy Jones; Daryl Hall & John Oates; and Bollywood music legend Sony Nigam, among others. They are joined by former US President Jimmy Carter.
“The honor of using our Music To Inspire series for the White House was indeed great, but now we are entering an international stage with the United Nations Voluntary Trust Fund,” said Sammy Chand. “We are empowered with one of the most significant collections of artists ever to come together for a charitable cause, and it is our hope that we bring awareness, resources, and an impetus for change to end human trafficking in our world.”
Rukus Avenue has featured artists throughout its storied history who have been recognized by the New York Times, Smithsonian Museum, BBC, CBS, Fox News and more while its music has been showcased in over 60 different film and television shows from around the world. “Artists UNited Against Human Trafficking” will mark its 22nd release.