Musiq Soulchild Stands Up For The Cure In New Video, “Yes” |Photos|

13
Sep

In a new video by Atlantic recording artist Musiq Soulchild, the R & B singer uses his role as a breast cancer ambassador to highlight the women who have survived the deadly disease.

Soulchild, who was recently signed on as one of the ambassadors for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Circle of Promise — “a movement designed to further engage black women around the globe in the fight against breast cancer” is offering his fans a real life depiction of being a survivor and supporting one in his upcoming video “Yes”.

The video “Yes” which will be from Soulchild’s sixth studio album, MUSIQINTHEMAGIQ, features Musiq as a man who loves and supports his girlfriend through her battle with breast cancer and a group of survivors who come out to embrace the couple’s journey.

Check out more behind the scenes photos after the break, and find out why this particular cause is so important to the singer:

Musiq explains that this cause is extremely dear to him because of his large female fan base who has been so instrumental in his success:

“I care because they are at risk. They have always supported me and it’s time that I return the favor and support them. I feel the need to make an impact before breast cancer impacts them and if my music can be the vehicle, then I am happy to serve.”

To join the movement, log on to www.circleofpromise.org or dial 1.877.GO-KOMEN.

Congrats to Musiq for being part of a great endeavor.

Stay tuned!