Collective Peace | Let the Music Play

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Let the Music Play

by Collective Peace

"Let The Music Play" is an intricate song, composed and arranged to heal people through the power of music.
Genre: Jazz: Soul-Jazz
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After three years of a very tough grind, Saxappeal is back with brand new music, and he's brought a few of his friends along for the ride!
With his third project entitled "Introducing Collective Peace", Sax teams up with a ten piece powerhouse band formed by him and his wife, singer/songwriter LaKeisha "Ideeyah" Johnson, many amazing features, and much more for this powerful project!
Collective Peace consists of the following musicians:

Kristopher Jahi Crosby-Keyboards
Antony Gordon-Keyboards
Marcus "Tuz" Douglas-Drums
Kamau-Bass guitar/Key Bass
Ashley Nelson-Violin/Viola/
R.J. Horseki-Guitar/Baritone Sax
Delaney "D Love" Ragland-Percussion/Auxiliary
Chrishaun "KetchPhraze" Stanton-Emcee
Saxappeal-Alto sax/tenor sax/clarinet/keyboards/keytar/EWI/vocals
Ideeyah-Vocals

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