It’s all about hope for humanity as this new theme song releases across the globe this summer. International Spiritual Soul artist and radio host, Hope Sheree released the concept music video for “Have Hope 2.0” on Friday, July 9th with a virtual reveal.
In weeks since the video release, Hope Sheree has had the opportunity to travel to Washington, DC to minister a motivational moment at a secular event to incite a wave of Hope. This legendary event was at the cultural landmark, Ben’s Chili Bowl! In attendance, was Mayor Muriel Bowser, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes, Cora Masters Barry, of course, Virginia Ali the owner of the popular restaurant chain. Also, there were Go-Go kings DJ Cool, Sugar Bear from EU, and so much more! In speaking of the event, Hope says, “Here I am singing Have Hope 2.0 in a crowd of legends and graceful congresswomen! To see people dancing in the crowded streets and to have homeless people come to you and say thank you…was everything!” The event was managed by the nonprofit; Pep Rally for Peace in the Streets founder Gary Clark, Sr. who feels the song is very needed during this time.
This A Dose of Hope Radio theme song is exclusively available on A Dose of Hope .org as 50% of the proceeds will go to creating acts of kindness throughout the globe. A Go Fund Me has also been set up to support the cause. A cause in which kindness creates a ripple effect of HOPE!
The video was recorded in Hampton Roads, Virginia by Footage by Fame and features many of today’s hot topics. From financial woes to police brutality, to homeless veterans; it shows some of what we as a world have to face. It INSISTS that in the midst of all the negative, one must still continue to Have Hope that our world can and will get better! The song was written by Hope Sheree, while Charlottes’ Michael Shaw rendered the acoustic guitar. It was produced, mixed, and mastered in Rocky Mount, NC by Ray Braswell Jr. / RayMarkable Studios for ADOH Marketing, LLC. A later release is scheduled in a licensing venture with the JF Kelly Collection – Volume One.