I love hearing about young people spreading positive music messages and showing innovation as entrepreneurs. My son, Will, became a DJ at age 16 and started his own business, Dancing DJ Productions, at 17. Almost ten years later, that’s still an important part of his life and a vehicle he uses to bring happiness to people. He typically uses edited music to keep the music as positive as possible.
I wrote in December about 16-year-old Canadian Sean Quigley and the positive work he did with “Little Drummer Boy.” His music video, uploaded to YouTube on November 30, has already had over 2,000,000 views.
Today, I’m excited to tell you about two brothers from Denver who are working to spread positive messages through hip-hop music. Here’s Christian Chamberlin’s bio:
“I am a young man with a vision to bring my talents to the world. I am on a mission to spread love and positivity. My name is Low Viscosity, and I am a 16 year old rap artist that has set out to do great things.
“I am reaching out to the masses to inspire each individual to live their life on purpose. I have learned over the last couple years, through a journey of personal development and entrepreneurship, that what is most needed is leaders that are living examples of true love for others, and who help people increase their quality of life. I feel so deeply convicted, I won’t stop at anything, to accomplish this.”
Christian and his manager brother, Clay, are working to raise $8,500 to create and promote Low Viscosity’s first album, The Road Less Traveled. Christian says:
“Today’s rap industry is dominated by artists that glorify drugs and alcohol, rap about violence, and communicate demeaning viewpoints on women. Vulgar language and inappropriate sexual references are not uncommon. The problem is not the vehicle of expression, it’s what’s being expressed!…
“As a 16 year old rap artist leading a movement of positive change in the industry, my mission is to lead, inspire, and empower young people to share their value with the world through their unique creative abilities!…My lyricism focuses on true principles to live by. I want kids to realize the real power they have to create a life of abundance, and to be aligned with the dreams God has given them! I want to reinvent what the term ‘rap’ means to the world, and fill stadiums with kids throwing their hands up to meaningful songs.”
Here’s the Low Viscosity Kickstarter Project:
Check out Low Viscosity’s site and request for help in spreading positive messages through music!