Listen to The Official Campaign Song Donated by Soulijer Reign
Everyone’s support and contribution to our Campaign is unique. Corey or otherwise known as Souljer Reign showed his support by putting an incredible beat to some very powerful words of support.
Soulijer explains the meaning behind the song:
In my world the term “rider" is a term defined as a person that supports you no matter what. In this context it's similar to family, if not the same. In another way, everyone wants a family full of riders. Folks who ride the ride no matter what. No matter if they're nervous, they conquer that. No matter if the money is low, with patience, they rode through that season to the next. Even if the road is bumpy, keep riding. Even if things are uncomfortable, don't jump ship. Finish what was started. Still though you have to ride for the right cause, and right reasons. If you don't there's no sense of value. What you're riding for, what, or who has to be worth it. It has to be deemed good. It has to be valuable, just as valuable as family. Even politicians are riders. They're people who chose people for a career, and no one alive today is perfect. To have someone stand up for me and fight for me, that's my rider. Especially being they're supporting the good I am supporting. My family and friends go through life with me. My days, and my nights. No matter where we had to be, they rode. It gives me more of what I have and what I need so I can keep riding for myself. So I had to make that song. That song is for my riders. The people who will use time from their life for mine. Despite anything to the point of being unconditional. People speaking up for other people are our world's biggest riders in my opinion. I presume that's why kids want to be lawyers, and doctors when they grow up. There's nothing like being the person showing love, and helping folks. So I hope the song hits the ears of the right people, some riders riding to the good of people. That's what America is all about. I'm riding with Chris Eagle 4 Congress Group. He's riding to the good of people.