Ronald Daise | People Gotta Know

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People Gotta Know

by Ronald Daise

An upbeat, rhythmic, and memorable Pop tune, "People Gotta Know" raises awareness about a global concern -- the increasing health crisis of stroke among young adults.
Genre: Pop: Today's Top 40
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Like Marvin Gaye’s timeless “What’s Going On”, Ron Daise’s performance and lyrics of “People Gotta Know” channel creative expression to resolve a real world issue. Lyrically and musically, the Pop tune is intended not only to empower young stroke survivors, caregivers, and families but also to inform the general public about the critical impasse of this health condition. Young stroke impacts adults between 18 and 65. America’s Stroke Buckle correlates with the communities of the federal Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor, of which Daise is a cultural preservationist.

Daise shares compelling stories through song. “People Gotta Know” showcases scenarios in contemporary culture that young adults should be prepared to encounter. The song’s hook proclaims:
“Some people do not know what young stroke looks like
Well, it could look like you
Uh-huh, it could look like me
People gotta know what young stroke looks like
No life should become
A catastrophe”

Known for celebratory songs about his Gullah Geechee culture and heritage and inspirational songs about faith and family, Daise is an artist whose songs must be heard again and again. Each listen reveals a new layer of understanding.

Daise reconnects with collaborator Travis C. Winbush, with whom he co-wrote songs for his “Gullah Tings fa Tink Bout” CD. “People Gotta Know” also features vocal performance by Natalie Daise, his wife and co-star of Nick Jr. TV’s award-winning “Gullah Gullah Island” of the 1990s.

The Project received funding, in part, by the SC Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts. The Quarterly Project Grant for the 2015 Fiscal Year is available, in part, by a generous award from the John and Susan Memorial Arts Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of SC.

The song will premiere at the inaugural international conference, YoungStroke 2015, June 27-29 in Jacksonville, FL.



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