GRAMMY Award-winning singer/songwriter Q Parker releases his new single “I Need You” from his forthcoming album, The Bridge Project: Brothers United. The track serves as the forthcoming album’s second single, coming in right behind its lead single “Made For” featuring Q Parker, Avery Wilson, Deitrick Haddon, and Eric Dawkins. In light of the current political state of unrest, “I Need You” champions unity, humanity, community and brotherhood. The Bridge Project: Brothers United, a musical and visual project with a goal of unity, cultural advancement which bridges the gap in genres of mainstream and gospel, is slated for a fourth quarter 2020 release.
The Bridge Project: Brothers United’s power-packed mega second single, “I Need You,” features a host of Parker’s brothers: Tank, Jacques, Ginuwine, MAJOR., PJ Morton, Montell Jordan, John P. Kee, Todd Dulaney, Jonathan McReynolds, Travis Greene and Byron Cage.
Parker is best known as one-fourth of the GRAMMY Award-winning group 112 and has garnered many accolades since entering the music industry in 1996, including a GRAMMY award, an MTV Video Music Award, two multi-platinum albums, one platinum album and two gold albums. As an accomplished songwriter he has worked with a variety of chart-topping talent including Keyshia Cole, Pink, Faith Evans, P. Diddy, Mase, Notorious B.I.G., Mario Winans, New Edition, Kelly Price, Tyrese and more.
A proud parent and supporter of charitable causes, Q has lent his name, time and resources to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlanta and St. Jude Hospital. His foundation, the Q Parker Legacy Foundation (QPLF) has mission of using family engagement and social empowerment to strengthen families throughout the City of Atlanta to generate stronger communities; a stronger City; stronger foundations for greater good.
“44 Black men from gospel and mainstream came together to lead the effort of creating a body of work that I hope will help change outcomes for Black men in their communities psychologically, socially, and mentally. I hope that the mental strength of the Black men will be restored by relying on the inner power of the collective” says Q Parker, Executive Producer of The Bridge Project.
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