Keep hope alive music video

To reach the youth of our generation, HOPE 27 approached XROSS, a GRAMY-nominated music artist, and his musician son, K-Jay, to write and record a song about human trafficking. We then filmed a music video for the resulting, moving Hip-Hop song titled, "Keep Hope Alive". The video tells the story of a bicyclist (an everyday person) who rescues a woman held by her trafficker. 

The song was released on the collage radio station of WCLK at Clark-Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia, in conjunction with interviews of XROSS and bicyclist Luis Leonardo during our 2700-mile awareness ride. Many volunteers were involved in the video as bike riders, as film crew, and as editors.

The song can be ordered from the link below as a way to support our ongoing efforts to bring awareness about the dangers of human trafficking. song: Keep Hope Alive