BEYONDMUSIC
Randy'd'dawn

ABOUT ME

I love telling stories musically! in describing the world and beyond that which cannot be seen but felt at the depths of ones imagination. Music brings those senses alive! I am but one among the many that felt attracted to its power!
  • Creativity
  • Making a difference
  • Meaningful work
  • Wisdom
  • Spiritually-driven

Cultural background

  • Tanzania

PROJECT MUSIC

4:23
Dreamer
A cry for the children and youth of planet earth whose innocence, hopes and dreams suffer the risk of being stolen and shattered by destructive forces in societies of materialism, growing immorality, lack of family unity, racism, lack of spirituality, prejudices of various kinds and at the face of some of the gravest systematic injustices.
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  • African
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  • Religious / Spiritual
  • World
  • Rapping
  • Violin
  • Denmark
  • Switzerland
  • Tanzania
5:03
Fear
Sasha: This is not a song - this is a poetic-cinematic “dirty and messed” journey into one of a strongest experiences of human kind - the experience of Fear. The Fear of death of us as a species, the Fear of death of our beautiful world - is forcing us to move toward the corrected path of asking a question “are we the next to be extinct?” (…They come - They go…) At this point we are all looking for ways to find a possibility of making a lasting change, that would define us as kind that can overcome the temporary blindness and insanity and make a right decisions that would be aligned with natural world and stop the devastating destruction of our beautiful planet. Randy: "let love be your fearlessness".
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  • Israel
  • Russian Federation
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5:19
Last Dance
Randy: It's a poetic image using a metaphor of the world spinning around its axis as a dance and since, the planet's life is at risk, we decide to join pleading for mercy of life of the planet to continue by strategically asking whatever thing or thug that places the world at risk of dying to at least let it get one last dance. It's when you are left with no options and decide to reason out with the who hold's your life in his or her hands. Also since i believe music uplifts the spirit so it only naturally seems fair when worse comes worse the world will go out by way of dancing to death or rather being killed by music so that that vehicle can uplift the soul and carry it to the Great Beyond rather than getting killed by a thug. The idea of pleading for one more dance, is a strategy which would allow us to think of a more lasting solution while we're at it - (dancing if we get allowed to by the thug). I could go on and on and on...
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  • Cameroon
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  • United States of America
3:08
Rainy Days
Bi: Even if our planet Earth's surface is covered with 97 percent of water, we can't drink it as they are salty. So 'Rain' is the most important factor to keep life on Earth. But due to pollution caused by modern life style have affected the rainfall and water cycle. The arrival of Rain has always been celebrated. People dance and sing to welcome the Monsoon/ the first Rain after the scorching summer. There is an outcry for Rain water harvesting which precisely means to conserve Rain water for future use. Our Song 'Rainy Days' celebrates the joy of rain on planet Earth and talks to value its importance. It  demands to conserve rain water in order to solve the water problem and also to help the life continue on Earth. Randy: We tried to express how cultural values becomes part of our consciousness and how certain concepts and ideas are understood and passed on from generation to generation such as rain harvesting considering that some cultures have elements in them that help their people understand the importance of rain harvesting for example therefore when this lesson is missed in school for whatever reason then a child learns in the way of life led by his/her culture or from elders who have been brought up on certain values that their culture teaches. This gives an indication that cultures hold values in them and can be useful to help teach people life lessons adapted to the language, ease and familiarity that may be understood better and faster than other methods
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  • India
  • Israel
  • Russian Federation
  • Tanzania
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