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Presenting Pop, R &B Neo-Soul, Contemporary Rap Singer-Songwriter ZOE.L
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Liberty Media Productions in association runs a one-of-a-kind Toronto based Media Artists Development Program for children and youth.
“Only after I wrote my song called Better Days did I realize that it fell into a unique musical category–that being a protest song. By sending a social message with an aim to make a change and shed light on a specific issue, it is in keeping with the conventions of popular protest songs like A Change Gone Come by Sam Cooke, Say It Loud by James Brown and Backlash Blues by Nina Simone.
Better Days is a Freedom song in the traditional sense that it champions human rights which the Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms upholds.
After my song was entered into the Trinity Square Video Power To the People Protest Song Contest, it won a cash prize, and went on to be screened at—Nuit Blanche—at Toronto’s 2020 all night event of Arts & Culture.
Writing lyrics which reflect my feelings about the brutal murder of George Floyd in the US touches close to home as we turn to Canada’s own history of human rights violations.
Given the tragic unfolding investigation of the unmarked graves of Indigenous children the lessons of our own history of discrimination is truly horrendous. We have come far and yet we have so far to go to fix systemic racism in society.”
— Z O E . L
MUSIC IS A UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE THAT HAS THE POWER TO CHANGE THE STATUS QUO.
ARTISTS UNITED AGAINST APARTHEID, SONG SUN CITY IS AN EXAMPLE.
Libby Records is the new Label division. On April 23, 2021 the Toronto-based sole-proprietorship was incorporated federally in Canada with Artist Management services to compliment it’s long standing TV, Film and Video productions track record.
This incredible rebranding to add a Record Label division with an in-House artist management arm, came about organically–what started as a modest boutique business of content creation for TV, Video & Film is now also an independent Label and music company that is focussing on levelling the digital media arts playing field as a BIPOC organization that is dedicated to making a sustainable difference that can impact media arts at home and globally, by putting Canadian talent on the map. As of this writing we have signed 16 year-old singer-songwriter, ZOE.L.
The Award-winning Liberty Media Productions is a boutique media company with a couple honors like a Positive Impact Foundation Award
and an Outstanding Volunteerism Film Award for the short motion picture Dyonne Lewis created which features former Canadian MPP, Joe Dickson, and others
discussing the Women’s Multicultural Resource & Counseling Centre’s two decades of service in the community throughout the Durham Region.
Founded by a Black Canadian sister named Dyonne Lewis. She is an advocate of multiple intersectional issues. While leveraging her arts community experience, and
post-graduate certification in broadcast journalism for the flagship TV talk show, she branched into Artist Development with a successful submission to
Made In Toronto Takeover Flow 93.5 fm Radio airplay of a 14-year-old singer-songwriter. The Flagship TV talk show is capped off with international location interviews produced in the UK and the USA. It’s the prerogative to purposely rub elbows with professionals we love: “That’s Liberty!”
Maya Angelou said, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you.”
The Dyonne Lewis TV Talk Show is an autobiographical streaming telecast created by VisionTV / Zoomer Media Limited, in association with Liberty Media Productions. Storytelling is the greatest bonding experience eliminating that which divides across genes, geography, and generations.
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