Rapper Cordae has partnered with AT&T for its Emerging Voices initiative to help elevate diverse voices in the creative industry through the medium of tech.
“I love what we’re doing with Emerging Voices,” Cordae told Adweek. “It’s exciting to see all the ways we can build better connections with fans, communities and technology together.”
“When music and technology come together it has the power to amplify new voices and reach wider audiences, furthering our connections to one another,” Sabina Ahmed, AVP of sponsorships and experiential marketing for AT&T, the outlet Adweek.
“We are proud to build real, collaborative relationships with artists like Cordae who are becoming prominent fixtures and voices of their generation.”
Last July, Cordae made headlines after e was arrested in Louisville, Kentucky, alongside rapper Trae Tha Truth while protesting for justice in the name of Breonna Taylor.
Cordae and dozens of other protestors were demanding that Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron, the state’s first Black attorney general, charge the three police officers who murdered the 26-year-old inside her home on March 13, 2020.