Singer/Songwriter Major. Lends His Voice to BET'S Voting Initiative


With one of the most important elections for the future of our country weeks away, registration and voter encouragement drives are more prevalent than ever. Recently, celebrities have used their platforms to raise awareness. Singer Major. partnered with BET Networks for their National Black Voters Registration Day that urged our community to get out and vote.



When we talked about why his collaboration with BET was so important, Major. says:


That was the first annual Black voters day and it was really to encourage us African Americans to get to the polls, to get registered so that we can have a voice in the conversation. What's been happening is you get a lot of people that are pissed off at what's not going right, but a lot of people are not apart of making the change. The way we make the change is by making sure we are apart of the voting power and you do that by registering to vote. Our ancestors fought too long and hard for this opportunity. Less than 60 years ago that wasn't a luxury and now it's absolutely available to us. Let's start voting. Let's make sure our voices are heard.


Why do you think that this year is more important than any for us to get out and vote and specifically target our Black men to vote?


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