Gospel hip-hop artist Roxè to perform at the Baltimore County African American Festival as part of his No Hate No Violence campaign

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Gospel hip-hop artist Roxè has timed his upcoming performance at the Baltimore County African American Festival taking place this Saturday, September 18. Roxè recently launched his first video “Jesus: Kingdom of Love” and No Hate No Violence Campaign. He writes music grounded on faith and his No Hate No Violence campaign is part of his mission to empower listeners to be part of a generation that ends the cycle of violence. Working with industry heavyweights Q Parker and Prince Howard, he is working to push the boundaries of today’s Christian Hip Hop. He also recently launched his own NHNV clothing line, which is deeply inspired by his anti-violence campaign. See release below for full details and link to music video as well as a link to download PR images. A digital EPK is also available, please let us know if you are interested in receiving.

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Roxè Also Launches ‘No Hate No Violence’ Campaign

“Jesus: Kingdom of Love” Music video HERE: https://youtu.be/bENfbjU7FqU
Roxè, gospel hip-hop’s most buzzed-about, emerging singer, songwriter, and rapper, leans into his spirituality with his breakout song “Jesus: Kingdom of Love,” a top single that has rapidly garnered over 40,000 streams on Spotify. His electrifying dance and choreography bring fun and excitement to the Gospel stage like never before. Today, the artist released the video to accompany the single from his debut album entitled “Roxè, The One” and officially debut his No Hate No Violence campaign, all part of his mission to empower listeners to be part of a generation that ends the cycle of violence.

Roxè’s message is timely. Over 24,445 people have died from gun violence in the US this year, according to the Gun Violence Archive, with over 370 mass shootings as of July 20. As the United States is set to witness a summer plagued with gun violence, Roxè’s “No Hate No Violence” message is needed now more than ever. With his mega-church tour set for this summer and plans to speak to numerous youth groups and organizations, the 22-year-old hopes the song, message and tour will stop the tide of shootings caused by the pandemic and the increase in gun sales.

Roxè recently performed at the Urban Soul Cafe “Backyard Brunch” event in Nashville, TN to kick off the Stellar Awards weekend as well as the “Party in the Park,” a back-to-school community celebration also in Nashville.

“I want my music to inspire others to rise above the hate and the violence,” says Roxè. “By creating positive music, with lyrics about love, unity, and Christ, maybe people will realize that you can have fun, enjoy positive music and have hope for a better world.”

Working with some of the music industry’s key heavyweights including Q Parker (112) and Prince Howard (Director of A&R at Beatroot, LLC), Roxè’s self-titled album “Roxè, The One” is currently in production and will be released later in the year.

“Roxè pushes the boundaries of today’s Christian Hip Hop,” said A&R Director Prince Howard. “His songwriting is direct and passionate, the music is purpose-driven and captures the spirit of this unprecedented year.”

Raised by a family of prolific singers, preachers, and entertainers, the West Chester, Ohio, native is inspired by the work of numerous artists, including his brother, Johnny B. Roxè is represented and managed by Ohio-based Top Shelf Music, Inc. Follow him on IG- officialroxemusic, Twitter @realRoxemusic, FB -officialroxemusic and VEVOYouTube – RoxeVEVO.

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