British stars pledging to combat racism, homophobia and transphobia in music industry


Stars are against racism, transphobia and homophobia. Rita Ora, NAO and Years & Years united to combat these problems existing in the music industry of the UK. More than 700 artists decided to make an open letter that pledges to combat hate. Such artists like Chic’s Nile Rogers, Ella Eyre, Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall and Jessie Ware. “We are at our worst when we attack one another,” artists rote in this letter. Stars are sure that they have to stand together to wipe out racism. The letter was signed also by Stuart Camp, manager of Ed Sheeran, EMIpresident. Moreover, labels such as Warner Music UK, Universal Music UK, and Sony Music decided to join other artists in signing this letter. They don’t wasn’t to keep silence. “British music industry on our behalf is proudly uniting to amplify our voices. We are about totake responsibility.We will speak out. We are planning to stand together in solidarity”, they all wrote. Artists are about to unite and stand together for wiping out racism.


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