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"I think we can make a real difference for homeless children by donating even the smallest items to those who are less fortunate. This Cadence & Cause care package is perfect." - Ken Loi
DENVER, CO, April 27, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- As one of the first artists to participate with the newly launched Cadence & Cause website, Ken Loi, an accomplished producer, has donated a one-hour Skype studio session and his song, "Colorblind," with vocalist Lara Etzen to provide care packages to homeless children. Fans can stream and purchase the song and enter a contest to win the Skype session. The majority of the proceeds benefit homeless children.
"I love this idea. I think we can make a real difference for homeless children by donating even the smallest items to those who are less fortunate. This care package is perfect." - Ken Loi
Cadence & Cause is a music platform offering new music to fans while creating charitable contributions. Imagine a hybrid of Spotify, Omaze and Kickstarter. The company partners with the ONEHOPE Foundation to ensure non-profit organizations are legit and operates on a "Give-Get" model. First, artists donate an unreleased song, autographed schwag, or a personal experience like dinner with the band. Next, fans buy music or enter contests at the Cadence and Cause website, and Cadence & Cause fulfills and ships donations.
Sweepstakes ends May 1, 2015.
ABOUT CADENCE & CAUSE
Cadence & Cause, developed by Clayton Warwick, Co-Founder of The Music Ninja, and advertising agency LRXD, is a new and novel music website that combines a cool listening experience with social responsibility. The site raises awareness and revenue for charities by connecting fans to emerging and established musicians and the causes they believe in. Artists offer exclusive tunes, merchandise and/or one-of-a-kind experiences to fans who kick in funds. Follow us on Twitter @cadenceandcause
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