Philly born, Brooklyn local singer/songwriter Jesse Ruben has taken to the microphone as our country prepares for the proverbial changing of hands in just a matter of weeks!
irst made waves with his inspiration anthem "We Can." A triumphant tuned that was inspired by his initiative, The We Can Project, where he was enabled to travel to schools across America to help children believe they can achieve anything they put their minds to! Now, following the widely successful single, Ruben is back at it again with "Scared of America," a politically-charged tune that focuses on the flaws in the healthcare system, education boundaries, the rape culture on college campuses and institutional racism.
Check it out below!
This fall, Jesse will release his EP A Reply to Violence. The title is inspired by a Leonard Bernstein quote he stumbled upon on the side of a school while walking through the East Village: "This will be our reply to violence, that we make music more intensely, more beautifully, and more devotedly than ever before."
For more on Jesse Ruben and what he's up to, check out his social media links below!
Jesse Ruben: Website // Facebook