Q Parker is uniting 44 black men from both his gospel and mainstream music circles to help restore the mental strength of the community.
The newest single from the upcoming album, “The Bridge Project: Brothers United” is called “I Need You.” The song features a lot of familiar voices including
John P. Kee, Todd Dulaney, Tank , Jonathan McReynolds, Jacquees, Travis Greene , Ginuwine, Byron Cage, Montell Jordan, Raheem DeVaughn, MAJOR, PJ Morton, Musiq Soulchild and so many more.
In a statement received by Five:22 Culture, Parker, the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter who rose to fame as a member of R&B group 112, gave us a glimpse of what he hopes the new music can do for black men psychologically, socially and mentally.
“44 Black men from gospel and mainstream came together to lead the effort of creating a body of work that I hope will help change outcomes for Black men in their communities psychologically, socially and mentally,” says Q Parker, Executive Producer of The Bridge Project. “My hope is that the mental strength of the Black men will be restored by relying the inner power of the collective.”
Check out “I Need You” and let us know what you think!