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DISC: 1

1. Leon Bridges ; Keite Young - Like A Ship
2. Elliott Skinner - What Does It Mean
3. Dereck Scott And S1 - Bishop
4. Sergeant Ira Carter
5. Paul And The Tall Trees + Adrian Quesada - Don't Stay Silent
6. Black Pumas - Black Moon Rising (Badbadnotgood Remix)
7. N'Dambi - Space (NCS Remix)
8. Holy Hive - Kingdom Of The Sun
9. Sha La Das - Didn't I
10. Ghost Funk Orchestra - Your Man's No Good
11. Bastards Of Soul - Look Me In The Eye
12. Flower Child - Truth To Power
13. Free Blck feat. The Dallas String Quartet - Ventilation
14. Max Gerl - Restoration
15. Cure For Paranoia - Peace And Light
16. Ghost-Note - Spunky
17. JT Donaldson ; Penelope Antena - Colorblind
18. Zaftiggg! - Sultans Of Decay
19. Leon Bridges ; Keite Young - Like A Ship (Niles City Dub)
20. Abraham Alexander - Bridge Over Troubled Water
21. Sarah Jaffe ; Sam Lao - Domino
22. Keite Young - Is It Because I'm Black

More Info:

Dallas-based Eastwood Music Group has joined forces with the Dallas Mavericks and Universal Music Production Group to curate a "Soundtrack for Empowerment." The Truth to Power Project is a creative endeavor working to engage people with inspiring new music and multimedia content to encourage community involvement. Let's bring truth to the light so that we can heal, grow, and prosper together. Hip-Hop, Soul, Psych and Jazz artists with a shared commitment to racial equity have donated their time and creative energies to produce exclusive collaborations, including Leon Bridges, Black Pumas, BADBADNOTGOOD, Keite Young, Ghost-Note, Sarah Jaffe, Holy Hive, and many more. And it hasn't taken long for this expansive, nonprofit musical endeavor to transcend it's DFW roots and grow into Austin, New York, Detroit, and Toronto. On a local level, Eastwood is working with the Dallas Mavericks and Universal Music Production Group to identify nonprofits in the DFW-area that are aligned with their vision for supporting communities that have been damaged by inequitable structures. Artwork by reknowned artist Jeremy Biggers.