Grandson Supports The Youth For Safety and Justice Fund with Special Merch Item and Song Release

Recording artist grandson shared a new track called, “thoughts & prayers,” a politically-charged anthem written in response to the February 14th shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

The track’s release is accompanied by exclusive merchandise designs available at, with all proceeds benefiting the Youth For Safety and Justice Fund, supported by Revolutions Per Minute.

“I was 5 years old when Columbine happened. I was in university when Sandy Hook happened. I was in the recording studio when I found out about Parkland. Now more than ever though my generation seems to be standing up and making this a pivotal moment towards a basic effort to curb this epidemic, and as an artist I felt it necessary for my music to reflect the times. Enough is enough. No thoughts, no prayers. Action.”    -grandson

The fund will support young people’s empowerment and organization in this pivotal moment and focus on efforts to employ a racial justice lens and connect gun violence to other forms of systemic injustice.

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