G Herbo Premieres New Song 'Demands' To Help Recruit Gen Z & First-Time Voters

HipHop News Posted on October 28, 2020 at 12:24pm

G Herbo Premieres New Song 'Demands' To Help Recruit Gen Z & First-Time Voters

Herbo says the song is 'real important for the culture and just what's going on right now.'

G Herbo teamed up with Audiomack and creative agency TheBasement Series to help encourage young people to get to the polls.

On October 21, the Chicago native headlined From TheBasement to the Ballot, a virtual Twitch event that also included performances from the likes of Kaash Paige and Kalan.Frfr and featured a teen summit-style roundtable to have open dialogue about how younger voters feel about the election and political climate. Herbo premiered his new election-charged single “Demands” on his set, where he addresses racism and crooked cops..centered-ad {

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“This real important for the culture and just what’s going on right now,” he told host Watch Jazzy before performing the song.

In a statement, Audiomack’s VP of Marketing & Brand Strategy Jason Johnson stressed the importance of young voters being heard – as they’re set to account for 37 percent of eligible voters in the 2020 election taking place on November 3.

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