Behind The Music with Denise Lopez on Dare To Change The World

Behind The Music with Denise Lopez on Dare To Change The World

My music is about real life and it reflects my life. A open book that gives me strength.

Live Interview 
Episode #596: A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax:

Jacqueline Jax logo photoInterview by Jacqueline Jax
host of A.V.A Live Radio

Artist: Denise Lopez

Song name: Dare To Change The World

Genre: Pop

I live in… Stockholm. Sweden

Due to personal tragedies, Denise’s life was turned upside down 2016 & 2017.
She took a break and a journey within started. A journey that led her back to her origin’s in Mexico as a descendant to the Azteks, to the depth of her soul.

United by music and commitment, Denise Lopez and MC Lyte turned on the action mood! Two strong women, united in their commitment to change the world, now moves to action mood and together they are launching the new single “Dare to change the world” with the concrete ambition to change the world to a better place. MC Lyte with her base in L.A. and founder of the philanthropic network Hip Hop Sisters Network has during several years worked with contributing to enabling especially women.

In her position as CER at AIAR, Denise Lopez, is part of building a digital ecosystem for learning that will revolutionize education and thus enabling those without it. I believe music has the capability to heal and motivate society. This song aims to show a brighter way to a brighter day. Changing the world isn’t easy but if we all do our part it can be done. I’m excited to join Denise to express how Changing the World, as we see it, is vital, says MC Lyte. The song is released March 23rd and is officially presented at a launch party in Stockholm. After that a hectic PR-tour will follow.

The first feed-back is very positive. The song is already playing in many parts of the world and MC Lyte and I are looking forward to seeing concrete results, however small or grand, which will make the meaning come true. We never give up! Says Denise Lopez, CER at AIAR.





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