Raise Your Voice for Peace (RYVP) is a singing competition for youth 13 to 19 years old. Upload your performance of a socially empowering song to enter competition. Song may be an original composition or a cover song with a positive message, such as:
Tupac - Keep Your Head Up Beyonce - Halo
Alessia Cara - Scars to Your Beautiful Khalid - American Teen
Kendrick Lamar - I Love Myself Alicia Keyes - This Girl is on Fire
Destiny’s Child - I’m a Survivor Marvin Gaye - What’s Going On
Bruno Mars - Just the Way you Are Taylor Swift – Shake it Off
The winner will receive $3,000 and the opportunity to record a professionally produced demo. The winner and the four runners up will receive a swag bag full of surprises!
- Youth singers’ ages 13 to 19 years of age are eligible to compete in RYVP.
- Online submissions will be accepted Monday, August 6th through 11:59 pm Sunday, October 14th.
All entries will be judged by a panel of entertainment professionals led by recording artist, producer, and philanthropist Jildy T. The Five Finalists will compete live on Saturday, November 10th, at The Grammy Museum at LA Live.
RYVP is a component of Jeneration J – Jenesse Center’s Youth Violence Prevention and Intervention program – created to help youth form and maintain healthy relationships in their homes, schools and wherever they congregate and socialize. The program teaches young people how to identify warning signs that lead to unhealthy relationships.
To learn more about Jenesse Center, Inc., please visit: www.jenesse.org