Did you know that every day in the United States more than three woman are killed due to Domestic Violence, and that one in four women have experienced Domestic Violence in her lifetime?
With hopes of putting a spot light on the alarming number of cases surrounding Domestic Violence, HoneyChild Entertainment’s national recording artist, Lil'Mo, has released a new single titled "Wave Your Flag", which was produced by Lil'Mo’s husband/manager, Phillip Bryant. "In respect for Domestic Violence Month of October, this anthem is for anyone who has been violated or abused. It is time to Wave your Flag from left to right - the enemy has to go TONIGHT", says Lil’Mo.
“Throughout October, communities across the country will celebrate the tremendous progress victim advocates have made over the years, mourn for those whose lives were taken by domestic violence and connect with one another with a true sense of unity to end domestic violence.”- The National Domestic Violence Hotline.
ABOUT Lil’Mo: Wife. Mother. Sister. Daughter. Friend. Exceptional Singer.
These are a few words that come to mind when asked to explain Lil’ Mo. The power of this self-named “Godmother” of Hip-Hop and R&B will take you by surprise. At first glance, her down to earth style, unassuming manner and petite 4-foot-11 inch frame gives the impression that she’s just along for the ride. But after spending a little time with her, the truth becomes unmistakably clear, Lil’ Mo is not a passenger—she lives life in the driver’s seat!
For more information about Lil Mo, visit http://thelilmoshow.com
Listen to "Wave Your Flag", http://soundcloud.com/user473180/wave-ur-flag-lil-mo
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The National Domestic Violence Hotline
The National Domestic Violence Hotline was established in 1996 as a component of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) passed by Congress. The Hotline is a nonprofit organization that provides crisis intervention, information and referral to victims of domestic violence, perpetrators, friends and families. The Hotline answers a variety of calls and is a resource for domestic violence advocates government officials, law enforcement agencies and the general public.
For more information please visit: http://thehotline.org