New York, NY – April 26, 2018 – A singer from Puerto and now based in NYC, Lila Jean, is coming up with her single titled “No More.” The song was motivated by her sincere desire to espouse the ideals of Me Too or #MeToo. This women’s movement campaigns against assault as well as sexual harassment of women. It started to become popular in October of 2017 and turned into a hashtag on social media, emphasizing the frequency of women’s exploitation in the workplace.
Meanwhile, Lila Jean sings for the film industry and television aside from doing a musical composition for other artists. On the side, she coaches girls rescued from harrowing situations to help them cope with the trauma and normally live once more.
No More complements feminist movements and supports the ideas of Me Too. The song empowers women to rise above embarrassing and stressful incidents in their lives. Lila Jean’s single captures the female spirit as well as building an emotional and pulsing feel that exemplifies women marching in the streets.
As an Indie artist, Lila Jean is ambitious, and her song lyrics were meant to prop up other women and create a new chapter after #MeToo. She seeks to align with other prominent women’s organizations and establish a unique brand for her piece.
Here is a link to No More where people can listen to and upload the song: https://soundcloud.com/lilajeanblakepalmer/lila-jean-no-more-prod-by-tommie-sox
Lila Jean is confident her music will contribute to growing this advocacy of women empowerment and rights. She looks forward to having more meaningful compositions that support noble causes. Hopefully, Lila Jean can obtain the backs of women musical artists in the United States and other countries as well.
The Me-Too phrase was made famous by prominent American actress, producer, a former singer, and activist. She urged fellow women to tweet about it and educate people about the enormity of the problem. There were numerous responses from other celebrities like Unma Thurman, Jennifer Lawrence, Ashley Judd, and Gwyneth Paltrow.
#MeToo as popularized by African-American civil rights activist Tarana Burke in 2006 tried to strengthen young and helpless females by way of compassion. Millions of people adopted the maxim and spread to multiple languages. As a result, the purpose was modified and became more popular. It now means different to various people globally. #MeToo has grown and includes men as well from all walks of life, ages, and races supporting marginalized individuals and communities.
Company Name: Lila Jean Enterprises
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Phone: 917 691 8667
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