“Everybody gettin' knocked down. The only thing that matters is what you gon' do when you get up…”
To celebrate the release of Get Up, T-Pain and Voicemod invite you to take part in a special, musical challenge and show your support for a good cause. By getting involved you can also show your support for initiatives that help the people and communities most harmed by crime and violence, including Black Lives Matter and Crime Survivors Safety and Justice. Help spread the word, and have fun you’re doing it!
HOW TO GET INVOLVED:
CRIME SURVIVORS SAFETY AND JUSTICE
What started off as a statewide network in California in 2012 has since grown into a national network with chapters growing in seven different states, a network of 42,000 survivors, and well-known supporters like T-Pain himself. Crime Survivors Safety and Justice aims to promote policies that help the people and communities that are most affected by crime and violence.
BLACK LIVES MATTER
Founded in 2013 Black Lives Matter Foundation, Inc is a global organization in the US, UK, and Canada, whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes.
“Gaming is therapeutic. While I’m playing, it’ll be a flash of a few lyrics and, oh shit, I just came up with a smash.”
You probably know T-Pain as an American singer-songwriter, Grammy award-winning artist, record producer, actor, and live streamer. In 2016, T-Pain made the decision to bring his talents and natural charisma, and more playful side to fans on Twitch. A lifelong gamer, he says gaming is more than just a hobby for him, but actually part of his musical process. “The gaming is therapeutic. While I’m playing, it’ll be a flash of a few lyrics and, oh shit, I just came up with a smash.” T-Pain’s new single “Get Up” is a message to the world to just keep moving and stay motivated.
STREAMING AND MERCHANDISE REVENUE FROM THE SINGLE ARE BEING DONATED TO CRIME SURVIVORS FOR SAFETY AND JUSTICE