Keep Dreams Alive
Written and performed Prinze Whyee and Andrew Ramsey
Produced by Kevin Ramirez
Engineered by Nate Pyfrom
Inspired by the tragic events of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on December 14th 2012, that claimed the lives of 20 children and six adults, SEAMAAC’s teaching artists Prinze Whyee & Andrew Ramsey came together to write and arranged an original song to honor the lives and memory of the Sandy Hook children and adults, and make a creative statement against the gun violence that claimed 26 innocent victims.
Keep Dreams Alive speaks to the importance of creating a society free of violence and one that is based on the principles of equity and justice for all.
Prinze and Andrew teamed up with SEAMAAC’s Hip Hop Heritage Program Director, Kevin Ramirez and SEAMAAC’s HHHP Recording Engineer Nate Pyfrom to produce this outstanding original recording.
Keep Dreams Alive was recorded at SEAMAAC’s modest Hip Hop Heritage recording studio shared by the hundreds of high school students who participate in SEAMAAC’s afterschool and summer programs.