Chrisette Michele’s ‘I’m A Star’ Used to Inspire Teens

Grammy-award winning Soul/R&B singer Chrisette Michele has been appointed national Spokeswoman for one of the selected 30 programs by Radio One, Saving Our Daughters book series during National Domestic Violence Month in October. During the month of October-Celebrating a 30 year anniversary in radio, CEO Cathy Hughes with Radio One have selected and awarded 30 organizations and programs across the country that have contributed tremendous service on giving back to their communities they serve. Michele recently kicked off her Saving Our Daughters efforts by conducting a Public Service Announcement that included her new single “I’m a Star,” off her forthcoming third studio album ‘Let Freedom Reign.’ The track is used as the National Anthem theme to inspire many national teen girl organizations that deal with all issues that affect self esteem from domestic violence. “Violence in the world is bad enough…violence in the home makes the world that much tougher,” Chrisette states in a release. “You don’t know where you belong when the place you rest your head is fighting you. Sometimes home has to be in your heart, and sometimes your heart has to leave what’s abusing you. Like I’ve sang in my song “Blame It On Me” as long as it’s over… I’m leaving, those may be the words that save your own life. Be your own shelter. You deserve to be your own hero.” Chrisette will be joining Executive Vice President Roger Bobb of Tyler Perry Studios, Executive Producer Will Packer of Rainforest Films and Grammy Song Writer Sean Garrett-that are the spokesman for the popular book series for teen girls.


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