XQ Music and Activism

Create a song that shines a light on an issue that matters most to you.

Set Upon A Voyage™

“Although this is all not sorted out just yet, you and I are set upon to judge and fudge and nudge even more; although this is a vivid awe-inspiration Of a topic seeming nothing but not “so” good, and it still shall succeed with no more doubts. You and me once again are in the constant chance... me and you can be targets of, and mercy is not quite reasonable. In that I am a constant sufferer at current halt of viability unfortunately, this is all not sorted out Just yet, and though no more I try to please at least. (If)You do not care enough, (then)And ceasing is necessary of this burden which is all not sorted out just yet, Success is following as you and me are set upon to the destination which will bring hay and fruits that are pleasing to you and me and all In a world that will come true along as I and you can do what we are set to do. All the trying seems like not enough, but if you know the way to the voyager’s far end You can let me know-- it will go to the high resolution no matter the uts and buts and hurts in and out. Set Upon A Voyage™ ”

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Everything You Need

This song is about not caring what people think and knowing that you have the strength to come back from it because you know you have what it takes to do that when you have confidence in yourself.

Leandra Hughes
Black in America (Feet. Paris Simone)

writers, Isaiah Hightower & Paris Simone

Isaiah Hightower

This piece I have composed combines Rustic Black Metal as well as more traditional Germanic acoustic sounds in an effort to truly exonify my personal existential journey whereas I am in a world of which I do not belong. As a culturally and biologically Northern European born in a foreign land, I have long relied upon my own mechanizations to stay afloat so to speak, always struggling to wriggle against the confines that attempt to shut me out. Currently I sit within an industrialized urban landscape, witnessing vicariously the destruction of my spiritual ethnic hearth due to corporate enterprise and human lust birthed from unnatural means of which soon will be the destruction of us all, as is all that opposes the natural way of things. In conclusion, I wrote this song in purest expression of thought and emotional stigma because I am HUMAN.

Dylan Schmeichel