Nonprofit organization Music Artists for the Planet has released its second annual ‘United’ compilation album. Featuring twenty-five electronic tracks, 100% of the proceeds generated from the album will go towards charitable causes that support the United Nation’s 17 sustainable development goals, which include gender equality, energy sustainability, and education accessibility. Each artist was tasked with creating a track to raise awareness for a specific STG.
Ez Quiew and Tissa Rahim’s track ‘Better World’ takes on the issue of social equality, challenging listeners to recognize progress and contribute to it. The track’s powerful message, paired with euphoric future bass production, makes it a standout piece of music. “As artists we can use our voices to contribute to projects such as this one to affect positive change” Ez Quiew says.
Dance acts Feliz & Shaz, KAWAR, and Introspect explore the STG of gender equality in their three-way house collaboration ‘Together As One’, while Hanzy tackles economic growth with his tune ‘Under Construction’. United offers listeners tracks from every part of the electronic spectrum. From the clubby, dark house vibes of ‘No Internet’ to the relaxed feel-good energy of ‘No Hunger’, the album has something for everyone.