First Kwanzaa song to receive airplay on major market radio stations

Written by admin   // December 27, 2010   // 0 Comments

Chicago, IL (BlackNews.com) — The commercial jingle writer who composed the “Yes We Can” jingle for President Barack Obama has composed the “The Kwanzaa Song” which is set to receive airplay on Chicago radio stations.

Kwanzaa which begins December 26th, and ends January 1st, is celebrated by over 20 million people but until now has had no recognized signature song. “There is no American holiday/celebration that is not celebrated with music,” says Curtis Green, the song’s composer. “This celebration deserves a song.”

“The Kwanzaa Song” is an energetic, thought-provoking track that will begin receiving airplay on Power 92.3FM — a top urban hip-hop station in Chicago, and 102.3FM – a top Gospel radio station in Chicago.

“This song is hot,” says Darryll King one of Chicago’s top radio personalities. “Radio stations nationwide talk about Kwanzaa each year, now we have music that fits the celebration.”

The digital format of the song sells for 99 cents, giving buyers the convenience of playing it on their iPods, MP3 players, etc.

To hear a sample and download “The Kwanzaa Song”, log on to www.thekwanzaasong.us.


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