Songstress, Dana Rexx, is campaigning to raise awareness for domestic abuse. She has kicked off this campaign by releasing her hard-hitting song “Love Syndrome.” The music video for the track can be viewed below;
Domestic abuse is a subject that needs to be talked about in terms of media, but also in our everyday lives. Every day, 137 women are killed by a family member. Even when the abuse is not physical, the emotional abuse and manipulation can be just as damaging for the victim. Since the hardships of COVID-19 began, statistics surrounding domestic abuse have risen. Dana’s goal is to raise awareness around this taboo subject. To highlight that not all abuse is physical, and how it is a major problem in todays society that should not be ignored.
When talking about her campaign, Dana Rexx says;
“I’ve had my share of abusive relationships. Being bullied into submission, not even realising that my identity was being erased because of someone else’s insecurities. Inside each of us there is a powerful force caged by culture, tradition and outdated teachings that suppress our best qualities and cripple our true creativity. Fight for your right to be yourself! ALWAYS!“
“Love Syndrome” is a powerful track with an equally powerful music video. It is a chilling interpretation of the psychological imprisonment one feels when you are in a domestic violence situation. How trapped you feel to be living with it day in, day out. The singer also hosts a podcast titled “Unboxing Women.” In the podcast, she explores why women in the music business are marginalised and discusses the gender gap with her co-host and special guests.
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